When it comes to keyboard cases, Logitech is at the forefront with its innovative accessories for tablets. Logitech's Create has been a great alternative for iPad Pro users looking to replace Apple's own Smart Keyboard with a more protective, backlit keyboard accessory to serve as a more complete laptop replacement. And it's now finally available for the smaller and more portable 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Like its larger brother, the Create for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is a folio cover case with an integrated backlit keyboard that never requires charging or wireless pairing as it is designed to be powered on using the iPad Pro's Smart Connector, just like Apple's Smart Keyboard. But unlike Logitech's Create for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, this smaller and slightly cheaper version has a built-in Apple Pencil holder and doesn't feature an aluminum-reinforced keyboard construction. And as a result, it's also much lighter and easier to carry around. Albeit, nowhere near as light and slim as the arguably flawed Smart Keyboard cover from Apple. Want to know more on how the Create fares in day-to-day usage? We've got the full review for you after the break!Read More
Adonit successfully united a Bluetooth keyboard with a folio case and called it the Writer 2. Our review of the Writer 2 was full of positives and negatives, and at the end we ultimately wished for a better keyboard. Since then, Adonit has gone back to the drawing board and came up with the Writer Plus. Its got the same great concept with a whole lot of pluses. Forget about the Writer 2, this is the keyboard folio we've asked for. Catch the full review after the jump!
Tablets seem to be all the rage these days with products from various companies hitting store shelves these days, everything from the established iPad to the less loved Blackberry Playbook. However, one complaint a lot of users have had is that they like the functionality of the tablets but they also want a physical keyboard to type on. This is where Bluetooth keyboards come into the picture. These days you can get a case that's custom fit to your device that includes a keyboard or just use any other Bluetooth based keyboard you have. The problem for some is that, both those solutions will add some bulk to your bag or device itself, so what if you want a keyboard without the bulk? That's where the Acase Ultra Slim Tablet Keyboard comes into play. So is it worth checking out?
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There is a growing amount of keyboard case hybrids surfacing to enable iPhone 4 users the full enjoyment of how it really feels to type on an actual real keyboard rather than on that tactile-less virtual on-screen keyboard. With a few attempts worth mentioning like Nuu's MiniKey and BoxWave's infamous Keyboard Buddy, there hasn't been a keyboard case that matched the iPhone 4's slim good looks. iNature wanted to change all of that with its Kiano 4 and rightfully so. Although it isn't quite The One, the Kiano 4 really wants to find a place in your pants and it will literally do anything to get in there. We mean it. Is it worthy enough? Find out after the jump!