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Is it possible to dock the tablet in a sort of "back-to-front" way such that if I were to close the tablet whilst docked, the front screen would be facing up?

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Sorry, I'm totally confused: No, I don't think the tablet will turn around when you are getting close... Errm, surely that's not what you meant -- so maybe you can re-phrase your question to make it a bit clearer? –  Izzy Oct 3 '12 at 22:29
    
Sorry for the confusion, let me try again. Suppose I have the tablet docked, facing it I have the keyboard in front of me and the screen. I've seen somewhere that I can turn the screen around such that it is back to front... Reversed, so when I close it, the front screen is at the top and the rear of the screen rests on the keyboard. I've seen it before but only once... I just want to verify this before I buy. –  Craig Wayne Oct 3 '12 at 22:34
    
Keyboard? That sounds more like you're asking about a laptop. Furthermore, it doesn't look like this question is on-topic here (please consult our FAQ). –  Izzy Oct 3 '12 at 22:41
    
I apologize, Where can I post about android devices then? –  Craig Wayne Oct 3 '12 at 22:44
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@Craig: Comments are "second-class citizens". Please make sure that the extra information that was asked for and that you provided is edited into your question. –  Al E. Oct 3 '12 at 23:11
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No, the tablet only fits into the Transfomer keyboard/dock one way, with the screen closed against the keyboard when folded shut.

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thanks TomG. It's a pity! :( are there android tablet's that support this feature with their docking station\keyboard? i know acer's iconia w510 has this "rotate" feature, but there's no way in hell i'm going to buy a windows tablet... –  Craig Wayne Oct 4 '12 at 6:42
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