Friday, June 22, 2012

Kensington KeyFolio, a great ipad product.

Do you have an Ipad, and are you looking for a better easier way to type and tote your Ipad. Well I have a great suggestion for you, a Kensington KeyFolio. Here is a little more information about the product from the website.

The Kensington KeyFolio™ Expert is the perfect productivity on-the-go companion for new iPad® to create content anywhere. The multi angle folio adjusts from a low-angle to working comfortably while on your lap. And the secured frame holds your iPad in place when in use or in transit. The durable and light folio with integrated magnets smartly adjusts to multiple angles and snaps-closed with microfiber interior to protect your tablet from wear and scratches. And the one-touch pairing Bluetooth® keyboard delivers seamless operation.

  • Features
  • Specifications
  • Resources
  • Multi angle adjustable stand allows you to create content anywhere
  • Adjusts from low-angle position to working on your lap
  • Secured frame holds new iPad in place
  • One-touch pairing Bluetooth® keyboard delivers seamless operation
  • Tactile keyboard with high-performance keys optimized for touch typist
  • Compact and light folio with magnetic closure folds flat for in case use
  • Microfiber interior protects tablet from wear and scratches
  • Easy port access to all iPad controls and 30-pin connector

My Review:

We’re newbs to the world of tablets, we just bought our first iPad a month ago and while it’s great there are things that you miss from using a laptop that the iPad just doesn’t have an example would be a keyboard and another example is a way to keep it propped up. I’m not as good as my husband at typing on the iPad screen; I need a keyboard so when I had the chance to try a keyboard/multi angle folio from Kensington  I was tickled pink.
Upon first inspection of the folio my first impression was that this folio is a sharp looking accessory, it’s sleek and stylish and isn’t bulky and clumsy. I decided to learn how to do things on my own and not rely on my husband to pair up the keyboard with the iPad, I wanted to see how easy or hard it was. It literally to the push of one button to pair the keyboard with the iPad, it was that simple and within seconds of unboxing the folio I was typing away and was able to set the angle of the folio to where I could see the screen easily. This was much better than struggling to type while having the iPad lying flat on my lap, something my husband can do with ease was a chore for me and I was grateful to have my new folio to help me along.
 I went from a plodding slow typer to being able to type blogs and emails in a matter of a few minutes and I can see the screen which is also nice. Having the iPad lying flat on your lap can make it difficult to see and if I can’t see I can’t always tell when I have a typo it was just a difficult situation for me, getting the iPad was supposed to make things easier but in fact it made them more difficult. Now being able to use an actual keyboard and being able to see what I type makes me a happy blogger. And not to be forgotten at on top of being a keyboard/stand the folio is also a case when closed your iPad is protected and with the magnetic closure you won’t have to worry about the folio opening and with the microfiber interior your iPad will remain dust and scratch free. I went from dreading to use the iPad to loving to use the iPad. Technology helped me to love technology.

I would highly recommend this,  it is light and easy to carry it is a great keyboard and it protects the ipad well. For the $99.00 price tag, you can't beat the price. It is a great product that is affordable, you will love it. 

Buy it:

Please visit  Kensington to purcahse. 

They are having a sale until 6/24/12 you can save 20% so make sure to act now and check out this sale.

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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received a key folio to review.  No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .

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