"Great, rigid case for the ThinkPad Tablet 2. It has a sleep/wake feature similar to the iPad SmartCover, which I like. I also like how rigid the frame of the case is since the ThinkPad Tablet 2 could be easily dropped. The soft touch finish is also nice for gripping. Access holes for all the I/O ports are present."
"I originally purchased an Rocketfish @ Best Buy for about $30, but then I noticed the elastic bands covered all the ports in the corner. I keep it for 30 days, waiting for a better case to come out, once this came out, I ordered it, but Back Order was a long wait, 45 days. Now, with the case I am able to have access to all the ports and I don't have worry to much about the screen getting cracked in my back pack. The stand works great, either way you choose to use it. Only "con" that I can think of, is 1. no latch to keep it closed and 2. when I get a docking station, I will need to remove from the case for use. Overall, I love it. But I think the price was a little too high, should have been around $30, instead of $50, only case that will work excellent with the Tablet 2."
"This case only offers 1 "open" position, allowing you to stand it up, or to rotate the tablet and lay it down with an incline. When "standing" the tablet is at an 80 degree (or so) angle which does not give an optimum viewing angle (it is not ideal when placed on a desk). When laid down, the tablet must be rotated so the start key is at the furthest point from the user. This is not how the tablet was designed and also requires that you rotate the display (which for me is generally turned off). This also makes all of the buttons on the opposite sides from what you are accustomed to."