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M-Edge Nook case holds the HTC Flyer and Magic Pen

There are not yet many case options for the HTC Flyer Android tablet, but the device is about the same size as the original Nook. The M-Edge Executive Leather case securely holds the HTC Flyer and Magic Pen.
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There are not yet many case options for the HTC Flyer Android tablet, but the device is about the same size as the original Nook. The M-Edge Executive Leather case securely holds the HTC Flyer and Magic Pen.

Check out my ZDNet Mobile Gadgeteer post for more details on using this Nook case with the HTC Flyer.

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The back of the M-Edge retail package shows how you can use the case with a Nook.

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The M-Edge case is constructed of fine leather with solid stitching. A center strip is used to secure your HTC Flyer in the case when you insert the strap piece.

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As you can see, the HTC Flyer and Magic Pen fit well in the case, even with the four corner supports.

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The Magic Pen is held securely to the left of the Nook case.

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There are four corner supports on the case that hold the HTC Flyer in place.

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The back looks similar to the front and is well designed.

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This top view shows how the Flyer looks in the case. Note the headphone jack is fully accessible.

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This bottom view shows that you can still charge your Flyer while it is in the case.

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