Im posting this because it was requested from someone in a different thread. I live in the USA and had ordered the black Navitech Acer Iconia A500 case from a UK seller through the Amazon UK website. Navitech Black Executive Premium Leather Flip Carry: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics I already wrote a review on the Amazon page, but I will copy it here as well (below). It should give you all you need to know if you are interested in purchasing this case, especially if you live elsewhere in the world besides the UK. My suggestion is this: If you want a cheap, but fairly nice looking case, then instead of spending $100+ USD on the overly priced (IMO) PDAir cases, this one will make a very nice "knock off." If you are like me and are desperately searching for a case that leaves the memory card slot accessible, then you could still at least consider this case. Despite the pictures (which are not of the actual item) on the Amazon page, the case does not give memory card access, BUT the case is very easy to remove, so pulling it out to swap memory cards is effortless. If you want a case with magnets that hold the flap down really well, then just be advised that this case's magnets absolutely SUCK and cant hold sh**. Now for the review I wrote on the Amazon page: First and foremost, the only reason why I bought this tablet case was due to the fact that the pictures show the case having direct access to the memory card slot (meaning that it isn't being covered by the actual case). Once I received the case, it looks similar, yet very different from the pictures shown on the Amazon sales page. The memory card slot is directly covered up for one thing, but there are additional minor differences as well. Secondly, the magnets on this case might as well not even be there because they are completely useless and do not hold the flap at all. Now for the good things about this case: It is much cheaper than other cases I have found around on the internet, such as the overpriced PDAir cases. Although the case covers up the memory card slot on the tablet, the tablet can be removed from the case effortlessly, so if you need to change your memory card, you can at least do it without too much trouble. I had also tried the official Acer cover, which also covered up the memory card slot, and it fitted so tightly that removing the tablet was actually scary! I was afraid of grabbing the tablet too hard and breaking the glass in! At least this cover is not like that. Overall, this case is OK. It protects the tablet and allows you to easily remove it if needed, but I was really wanting a case that had access to the memory card slot. The material seems a bit cheap, but it MAY stay strong with use (only time can tell though). The magnets are absolutely worthless though and it is surprising to me that they are even there. Above all, the thing that disappoints me most is that the seller is lieing to their customers by posting pictures that are not of the actual tablet case.