5 Of The Best Keyboard Cases For The iPad Air


ZAGGkeys Folio

The ZAGGkeys Folio is one of the most notable line of keyboard cases for Apple's iPad tablets and the iPad Air version does not disappoint. With an ultra-thin (7.6mm) design, this model is one of the thinnest keyboard cases on the market and has a sleek appeal to it. It features a unique hinge design that offers 135-degrees of viewing angles and the integrated battery is powerful enough to last 3 months of regular use between charges. In addition, the keys are backlit in interchangeable colors to vastly improve typing in low-light situations.
Price: $67.99 on Amazon ($99 MSRP)


Belkin QODE Ultimate

The Belkin QODE Ultimate Wireless Keyboard And Case is one of the most impressive models on the market as it harnesses an integrated battery capable of holding a charge for 264 hours of active use and 4,300 hours of standby time. The QODE Ultimate is designed to be both light and slim (.75 inches thick) while remaining strong and sturdy which is why it's made from aircraft grade aluminum. There are 3 neodymium magnets which keep your iPad Air secure in place while automatically turning the keyboard on and off while not in use.
Price: $92.99 (Click To Visit Product Page)


Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio

The Ultrathin Keyboard Folio case from Logitech gives the ZAGGkeys Folio a run for its money considering its array of features and sleek design. The keyboard is thin and offers full-size keys as well as integrated iOS shortcuts to speed up productivity. The design features a 2-sided protection and is made from a durable, water-repellant material to maximize protection. It has a unique SecureLock system which keeps the keyboard firmly fastened to your iPad Air while not in use and harnesses auto sleep/wake functionality. It can either be used as a stand with keyboard or can be held flat with the keyboard hidden for simple tasks like web browsing.
Price: $92.99 (Click To Visit Product Page)


ZAGGkeys Cover

The ZAGGkeys Cover is yet another keyboard model coming from the ZAGG camp although it does differ significantly from its Folio sibling. With this case, you do not receive any type of protection on the back of your iPad, but you do gain an improved hinge design which allows for virtually any viewing angle like you'd have on a laptop. Additionally, the ZAGGkeys cover only measures in at 6.3mm thick versus the 7.6mm found in the Folio variant.
Price: $79.99 on Amazon ($99 MSRP)


Kensington Keyfolio Pro

The Keyfolio Pro from Kensington offers a more traditional iPad case design, constructed using a durable leather material. The Bluetooth keyboard is ultra-thin and removable so you don't need to lug it around if you don't want to. The Folio design offers full edge-to-edge protection of your iPad Air as well as an integrated stylus holder and magnetic clasp for securing the case closed. Those who choose the Kensington Keyfolio Pro will be given a free 50GB of Google Drive storage included with every purchase.
Price: $68.54 (Click To Visit Product Page)

  • I can tell you that it was worth the wait. Key buttons are plastic with nice tactile response. Belkin really did a great job laying out the keyboard properly. It makes the iPad Air so much more useful as a productivity tool. There is very, very little plastic. It looks and feels like it’s made by Apple for it’s product.

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