Edited by technisol at 8-2-2017 18:51 |
I've just been doing similar research trying to find a decent glass screen protector for a Nuvision TM800W610L 8" Win 10 tablet (the ones M$ was selling in their store for around $59-69 during their Christmas deals.) Takes a lot of comparing and no small amount of fishing around trying to find accurate specifications to find something that fits other items... you'd think the brand Z guys would wise up and try to find a currently, or at least previously, manufactured item with the same size and layout and emulate it in order to have an accessories market available for their products, but they haven't quite twigged to the idea just yet it seems. I mean if you're not going to be able to manufacture accessories, why not leverage a similar case size and layout if within reason?
I also modified a nice Zagg Folio keyboard designed for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 that has fully(the letters light in color too) backlit keys to fit the Nuvision -I have a couple more coming, at $6 they were hard to pass up and I just bought another Nuvision for my niece. Same basic X5-Z8300 design as the original Hi12s(well more like a Hi8, pretty much identical to the Teclast X80 Power), but limited to 2GB of RAM, 32GB of Flash, and an 8" 1920x1200 IPS LCD in a nice aluminum case that weighs under 10 ounces and comes with only Win 10, not dual boot, but what do you want for under $80?
Thought it might just fit according to the specs I could find online, but it turned out the Nuvision was a bit longer than the Samsung was reported to be, but same width, so a little surgery and sanding had to be performed on the part of the plastic folio designed to hold the tablet in place. Next comes a little filling of inappropriately placed holes(camera & rear speaker) in the back with some epoxy and the application of a piece of self stick black leather textured vinyl to improve the final appearance. It won't have protection around the outer edge of the tablet, but the silver aluminum case looks sharp next to the black textured plastic/vinyl and the aluminum case should stand up well as long as it isn't dropped from height onto a hard surface. This is more a keyboard accessory than a protective case anyhow, it's easy to pop the tablet out for ereader or browsing use, but the keyboard really turns it into a "mini laptop" and makes the free versions of Microsoft Word, etc, available for tablets worth having.
Just for laughs, and head scratching, there is a silicone case available for the yet more obsure Nuvision TM800W610L that I mentioned! ;-)