Excerpt: The one thing I dislike about using my iPad is the on-screen keyboard, and it seems many people agree with me – evidenced by the sheer number of Bluetooth keyboards and keyboard cases on the iPad accessories market. Typing a quick email on an iPad is fine, but typing anything longer is slow and error-filled. The on-screen keyboard is probably the major reason so many describe the iPad as a consumption device and not a creation device.
Pros: Bluetooth keyboard paired easily with my iPad 2
Cons: Flat keyboard is no easier or better to use than the iPad's on-screen keyboard, Keyboard missed a large percentage of keystrokes, Sleep/wake magnets don't always work as expected
Conclusion: The Kensington KeyLite Ultra Slim Keyboard Folio for the iPad 2 might make good on its ultra-slim promise, but its poor touch keyboard and limited stand function make it a bad choice for getting work done on the go.
Pros: Thin and light. Nice leather construction.
Cons: Uncomfortable touch keyboard. Limited, somewhat annoying, stand function. Takes some breaking-in.