Rated 5 out of5 byBig Mick fromWell Designed and Well MadeHolds the Surface Pro 3 really nicely and offers an extra level of protection. The two stylus holders are very useful (I don't like the idea of sticking a tab onto my Type Cover.) The stand at the back springs out when it's needed and lies flat when it's not - clever design.When closed the whole thing looks a lot like an ordinary A4 notebook - the paper kind.
Date published: 2014-09-25
Rated 5 out of5 byUnclepierr fromPros and ConsI have an early Nexus tablet with a cover which I found to be a useful addition, so when I got my Surface a cover was a necessary requirement. I bought the blue Maroo folio to match my cyan keyboard.Here is my list of pros and cons, and although there seems to be a lot of cons I would still recommend it.ProsWell made and well designed.Very sturdy.ConsVery difficult to insert the surface. I only use the folio when I leave the house, so I do have to take it on and off often.You cannot use the Surfaces kickstand when it is in the folio. The folio has a built in stand but it only has one position.Because you cannot use the Surface kickstand you cannot insert/remove a micro SD card (which fits in a slot behind the stand) while the folio is fitted.With the folio fitted the Surface seems to be moving away from a tablet and more towards a very expensive small laptop. I bought it to be tablet not a laptop,
Date published: 2014-10-02
Rated 5 out of5 byArrBarr fromWell DesignedI bought this item alongside my Surface Pro 3 and I have never looked for another one, it protects the Surface nicely alongside the keyboard - for a premium case, you're paying above the average but to protect an expensive piece of hardware this is worth itPros: Firmly attached to the Surfacedoes not give away what's inside, look as if you're holding a notebookpremium fell and lookHolds the keyboard as well.All ports are easily accessible.Cons: Surface heats up inside the case if using it for a long period of time.Doesn't hold the keyboard as securely as the Surface, relies on the magnetic pull between keyboard and the Surface.Tad bit expensive, but for a premium case, it's worth it.Has only one position for its stand, for multiple positions you will have to take the surface out.
Date published: 2014-10-15
Rated 3 out of5 byAerostar fromDe-grades Surface Pro 3 Kick-stand to Surface ProThe material of the bag is very good and everything else is ok. But I have two problems - that is the kickstand is just one position as it was with the first surface. That is a de-grading of Surface pro 3. I have decided to take it off and buy a skinnomi full body cover. Well it also makes the surface pro 3 bulky.
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 1 out of5 byjoer fromMaroo Folionsurface pro 3It is quite bulky and for me a complete waste of time and money it make the surface pro 3 bulky and reduces quite a lot the tilt of the computer its is pointless.
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 1 out of5 bytatiana fromHeavyLooks very good and ergonomically, but one problem over all these advantages: it weighs like a half surface pro, so absolutely no reason to use!