After spending some time with the Zagg Universal, the Kensington KeyCover Plus — a hard shell keyboard case for the iPad Air — was a stark and welcomed change. It’s anodised aluminium finish and metallic bezel give it a refined and stylish look, while it’s discreet rubber feet
Kujali is an iPad accessory manufacturer with a charitable cause at its core; for every purchase of their iPad Mini cases, the brand donates a mosquito net to a child in Africa. It all started off when Marc Day, Kujali’s founder, returned from Africa and learnt about the real impacts of malaria.
Logitech’s original Ultrathin keyboard was already impressive with its light weight and compact form factor — gaining a rating of 4.5/5 stars in last year’s review. Today, Logitech announced the newest version of the Ultrathin, this time made for iPad Air and iPad Mini (both the original and Retina).
As somebody that relies heavily on keyboard shortcuts on the Mac, having them on iOS was just too good to pass up and so began the hunt for the ideal keyboard to pair with my iPad. First on the list is the Zagg Keys Universal Keyboard.
We iPad owners want slimness, yet we also want protection and extras like hand grips, stands and carrying handles. It’s a challenge Native Union is taking on with the Gripster. But is it the best of all worlds?
My first impressions when holding the Ascend iPad Mini case were good. It comes wrapped in genuine leather that feels soft and luxurious, grey stitching around the edge of the case and a subtle Aranez logo on the front cover that adds to its premium look.
When I held my iPad Air for the first time I was instantly awestruck, not only by its sleek sexy look but also with its incredible lightness. Therefore, in choosing a case I wanted one that would afford it good protection without detracting from the its beauty.
Kensington’s KeyCover is a bluetooth hard shell keyboard case for the iPad Mini that manages to merge the qualities of a protective case, portable keyboard and good looking design in to one small package.