Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice)

Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice)

Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice)

Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice)

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Product Highlights

  • Impact-Resistant Rubber & Armor Shell
  • Compatible with Microsoft Type Cover
  • Built-In Surface Pen Holder
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Hand Strap
  • Built-In Kickstand
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Protect your Microsoft Surface Pro, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Pro 6 with an Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case in Ice. This rugged case is made with impact-resistant rubber and a hard armor shell, and has grippy surfaces for ease of use. It's compatible with the Microsoft Type Cover and has a Surface Pen holder along the top. The shoulder strap makes carrying easy, the hand strap on the back enables one-handed holding, and a kickstand folds out for tabletop use.

UPC: 854332007899
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Urban Armor Gear Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Urban Armor Gear SFPROHSS-L-IC specs

    Compatibility Microsoft Surface Pro
    Microsoft Surface Pro 4
    Microsoft Surface Pro 6
    Dimensions 11.87 x 8.54 x 1.18" (30.15 x 21.69 x 3.00 cm)
    Weight 10.9 oz (309.0 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.2 x 8.9 x 1.7"

    Urban Armor Gear SFPROHSS-L-IC reviews

    Plasma Case for Microsoft Surface 4/Surface 4 Pro/Surface Pro 6 (Ice) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needs improvement I bought this to protect my Surface Pro 2017. The protection is good, however the brilliant hinge that is incorporated by the Surface Pro is defeated with this unit. I can't understand why someone would take the best feature of a unit's exterior, and defeat it, only to design a substandard hinge system to replace it. They have replaced it with their own hinge. That hinge is OK but it only has a locking setting when it's opened all the way. That just seems backwards to me, to replace an already fabulous part of the design of the SP. I have a Kensington Black Belt on my wife's SP4 and it allows you to use the hinge built into the Surface Pro unit, and I like that better. First off, the strap needs a piece to protect your shoulder and provide some cushioning with a bit of friction material to keep it from slipping off your shoulder when in use. It is a good enough strap, but needs some improvement in some areas as well. It really needs a piece of material to keep the strap from slipping off of your shoulder, if nothing else. The strap is held onto the unit by some lightweight looking fishing string! It is very frail looking, and not even close to what should be there to attach an expensive device to it. I don't know what the engineers were thinking. I understand that braised fishing line has an awesome breaking strength to diameter ratio, but this just looks skimpy and not worthy of the job at hand here. They use this same fishing string to attempt to keep the type cover secure! The Kensington has a really nice piece of rubber strap that makes me feel like it won't fail, unlike this unit. The unit looks as though it will protect from a fall or drop, as it's heavy duty in the corners and sides. The unit is lacking on some major areas, and it really should have been better built in these areas. I really do like the velcro adjustable hand strap that rotates 360 degrees to allow you to use the unit as somewhat of a palette for drawing, or a great way to write down notes with the pen. That is the nicest feature of this device. The deal breaker for me, and a real disappointment in the construction of this unit, is the failure to attach the type cover to the unit securely. Instead they have this cheap looking fishing line to span a relatively short span of the corner to attempt to keep the type cover from opening when you pick it up. The type cover will flex under it's own weight to really make me nervous that it will fail at any moment, and really is not acceptable at all for this task. To make matters worse, they added a large release pull to the center of the holding piece which looks like it is just waiting to catch on something, and then there goes the type cover, gone. You can see it in the picture of the device sticking up from the corner. That's how big it is! The type cover falls off easily when you fail to pull this device down to secure the type cover. If I were a hard user of the Surface Pro, and threw it around my shoulder like a college student or active professional, I would reject this unit and look elsewhere.
    Date published: 2017-10-15
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