Reviews and Problems with Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2
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Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 removable keyboard, case, and stand for iPad 2, 3rd-gen, and 4th-gen iPad review
25 January 2013
Excerpt: I’ve reviewed a lot of Bluetooth keyboard cases for iPads, and most of them have the keyboard permanently attached inside the case. You’re stuck with carrying the extra weight of the keyboard, even when you know you won’t be using it, and you’re also stuck with always using the keyboard and the...
Pros: Removable keyboard allows for flexibility in how you use it, Keyboard is easy to use for an undersized keyboard, Pairs easily with the iPad, Case forms an iPad stand, with or without the keyboard in place
Cons: Sleep/wake function didn't work with my 3rd-gen iPad, Space bar is blocked by the raised plastic edge of the keyboard, Nothing to hold the case closed
The Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 for iPad adds significant thickness to the iPad but with the benefit of a good keyboard
Good Gear Guide.au
22 April 2013
Summary: The Kensington's KeyFolio Pro 2 for iPad provides a reasonably typing experience and the fact that the keyboard is detachable is a nice touch. However, it adds significant thickness to the svelte new iPad and the keyboard does feel a little flimsy when removed from its case.
Pros: Decent typing experience, Cut outs for all ports, Keyboard is removeable
Cons: Very corporate look and feel, Adds significant thickness, Keyboard feels flimsy when removed
Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Universal: stabile, klobige Tablet-Schutzhülle mit Bluetooth-Tastatur
5 June 2012
Summary: Tablets dürfen sich über stetig zunehmende Popularität und Verbreitung freuen. Das ändert aber nichts daran, das Vielschreiber eine echte Tastatur wollen und der empfindliche Flachmann vor dem Unbill des Alltags geschützt werden muss.
Pros: hält jedes Tablet bis 10 Zoll Bildschirmdiagonale, entfernbares Bluetooth-Keyboard
Cons: dick und schwer, Shortcuts nicht anpassbar, relativ teuer