The Kensington KeyFolio Exact iPad Air keyboard case and the higher end executive model allow users to get more done with an iPad Air and a removable keyboard inspired by the keyboard on the MacBook Air.
Like the Macbook Air, this iPad Air Keyboard case offer six rows, one more than some more compact iPad keyboard cases. This allows users to access a full number row and a function row for controlling iPad functions like volume and brightness.
The Kensington KeyFolio Exact iPad Air keyboard case allows a one-handed open and close function while sitting on a table, so it’s easy to open up and start writing, as shown in the video below.
The added row isn’t all there is to this iPad Air keyboard case. The actual keyboard is removable and allows users to find the right placement and angle for any typing session or to lean back on a couch while typing.
This keyboard is a very solid with a metal bottom, great key placement, a nice tactile click and good travel. While this isn’t going to be the keyboard for typing the next great American novel it feels quite nice to type on and should help you blow through emails, reports and whatever else you need to type.
The Kensington KeyFolio Exact iPad Air keyboard case is $99 and comes in a variety of colors.
Kensington also offers a KeyFolio Executive for iPad Air which ups the price by $20 and adds an upscale look, a lot of storage and a slim folio inside the case for when you don’t need the executive folio.
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