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Urban Armor Gear Composite Case for New Surface Pro & SP4 - Black
- Compatible with Microsoft Surface Pro 6/ Surface Pro 5th Gen (2017)/ Surface Pro 4
- Impact resistant soft core & tactile grip material. Built in surface Pen storage and Magnetic holder compatibility
- Compatible with Microsoft Type Cover keyboard and multiple keyboard positions
- Aluminum stand with 5 angular positions plus portrait viewing option
- Un-compromised Audio and access to touch screen, buttons and ports
- Meets military drop-test standards (MIL STD 810G 516. 6) when used with Microsoft Type Cover keyboard
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Urban Armor Gear products reflect the independent spirit of its designers and represent a dedication to superior quality and craftsmanship. Engineered for the Microsoft Surface Pro, the cases combine light-weight materials in a rugged, low-profile design to provide maximum protection for your Surface Pro. The Metropolis Series case features a built-in aluminum kickstand with angular positions and built-in Surface Pen storage. Additionally, the case meets military drop-test standards MIL STD 810G 516.6) when used with Microsoft Type Cover Keyboard.
*This case is compatible with Microsoft Surface Pro 6 / Surface Pro 5th Gen (2017) / Surface Pro 4
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6 months ago I noticed some small white spots on the screen. I thought it goes. It didn't. Last week I saw more white spots and a yellow one (hard to capture in the photo) on the screen.I found out sometimes my screen got so hot as much as no one can touch it. Last week I thought it's better to go to the Microsoft store and ask them if they can repair the screen. After I explained the issue and the person saw my surface immediately said "take off the case". I said why? He answered "this is the reason". He said this case caused your surface has these spots and also your monitor is deformed. (WHAT!!!). You can see in the picture that when I closed the type cover it did not evenly cover the monitor. I forgot to take a picture from back panel. When I tired to close the kickstand was a bit curved and made a click sound. I contacted UAG, they said we are not responsible. I explained everything but they didn't accept it. Now it's your call. Surface is expensive enough and losing such a high price device because of a case it's not fair to us. They don't listen to you. The only option they gave was a replacement. Why should I have a replacement? Having the same problem after a year or so?
Now you have your expensive surface, you want to protect it, and UAG as one of your options. I just say UAG answer does simply mean: we know there are some issues with our product, BUT we do NOT care. We see you as money.
I say: do NOT buy this.
• strong drop protection
• top pen holder is strong and keeps pen in place
• metal stand is LOUD when deployed, loud enough it interrupts the entire room when adjusted
• no access to microSD slot on rear of Surface, you have to take the entire case off
• pull tab on the top corner snaps within months, so you can no longer secure the keyboard cover
1. Very rugged feel. MAGPUL type quality.
2. Solid adjustable kickstand design.
3. Quality seems on par with price.
2. As others have said, removal is painstaking if you don't want to crack your Surface Pro.
Verbose: I waited for some time to write any kind of review, because on its arrival I did not really know how I felt. I'll echo other reviewers and say that what surprised me most was the dramatic perceived increase in weight and loss of form-factor. I almost didn't think I would keep it and considered returning it because it turned this slim machine into something that felt bulkier and ungainly.
However, after some time I realized that it really wasn't that bad for my purposes. It (The Surface Pro + Case + Type cover) was still far lighter than my Lenovo, and in fact is still lighter than my Wife's 2015 Macbook Pro. It was annoying at times, taking a device that has slimmed to the point of actually having the form factor of an iPad and then tacking on a bunch of ounces...but I don't regret it and have left it on for one simple reason: I break stuff. I do. I have excuses: I'm in the military, I travel a lot, etc. I commute to work and I need something that I can throw in my bag and know that it can handle being jostled around. I'd like to take better care of my electronics, but I don't always have that ability. This thing has withstood a significant amount of travel and "jostling" over the past few months and the whole thing still looks like new. Yes, I wish it was lighter and sometimes I get annoyed that I can't get the UAG kickstand to sit quite as well as the original and I'll take the case off....but day to day? I keep the case on 95% of the time and don't regret buying it at all.
I got this UAG Surface Pro case after trying out the Otterbox brand case. I am a fan of Otterbox but the UAG product is much better.
It does protect all the way around, it's a solid fit. But some areas are still kinda mobile (around the ports)
There are air vents all the way around but if the pen is in place, some of them are covered by the pen.
The stand kind of sucks, but it's better than the other options out there. The stand is noisy and the tolerances around the hinges are not very tight. But it is still cast metal (most likely cast aluminum), grips and stands well.
If you hold your Surface on your forearm a lot, this case has a comfortable bottom edge. (the Otterbox had a sharp edge that dug into my arm)
The stand is also a T shape, so you can actually grip it better with it extended.
The buttons still work perfectly (UAG did this right, Otterbox completely screwed this up)
The grippy texture is definitely appreciated. Yes, it adds a bit of heft, and it looks more silly than an unprotected Surface, but it's actually very practical.
The charging port is shaped to support both up and down cable orientations.