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I'm harsh on my kit, so a case was in order. There are literally hundreds of cases available for the Nexus 7, so this makes getting a good one a bit of a hit or miss affair. Ideally, I wish that Amazon made a case for the Nexus 7, because it's custom case for the Kindle and Kindle Fire tablets are amazing — albeit pricy.
In the end, I went for an HHI UrbanFlip in faux carbon fiber.
Not only is the HHI UrbanFlip a great case, offering the tablet a fair degree of protection, it also doubles as a viewing stand. The case also incorporates strategically placed magnets that keeps the case shut and switches the tablet off, helping to save precious battery life.
A good case, which I highly recommend.
The first thing I needed on the Nexus 7 was my passwords. I've standardized with SplashID on Windows, OS X, and iOS, so it was the ideal choice for Android.
The Android app is far from ideal. It's not as fully-featured as it is on other platforms, and the $9.99 price tag is a bit steep, but it got me going.