Reviews and Problems with Kensington KeyFolio Bluetooth Keyboard Case
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Kensington Keyfolio Pro
13 December 2011
Summary: If you're in the market for an iPad keyboard case that lets you work in landscape or portrait mode, the $99 Kensington Keyfolio Pro is the one to get. Not only is it attractive, but it's highly functional, too. A few minor tweaks would make it even better, overall this accessory is a very good choice.
Pros: Attractive leather cover, Lets you rotate iPad from portrait to landscape, Dedicated .com button
Cons: iPad sits too vertically, Undersized right Shift key
Excerpt: The big difference here—and the really good one—is the keyboard. Kensington chose to use a hard plastic scissor-key style version here, a vast improvement over the rubber models we’ve seen so many of. From end to end, it’s just a bit longer than the height of the iPad 2, measuring a little over 10”. The keys are smaller than those on Apple’s Wireless Keyboard but have a very similar layout and spacing structure.
Excerpt: Last month, several companies announced their own versions of an OEM-developed physical keyboard and case solution that we were anxious to test and even more hopeful that we’d be able to recommend to our readers. The OEM developed a slim keyboard that matches the iPad’s width and can be built to fit directly within a variety of different flip-style cases while holding Bluetooth 2.0 and battery components inside.