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How Apple’s secrecy affects iPad case makers

Before the iPad Air launched, we only had rumours, and heard that the next iPad could still be called the new iPad, or even changed to the iPad 5. But looking at the accessories coming out for this new iPad, it’s clear the accessory makers never really know....
4.0

Review: Review: iKeyboard for iPad

External iPad keyboards often come with added bulk, an extra weight and thickness that brings the iPad size closer to that of a proper laptop when all you wanted was a better typing experience. But what if there was a way to turn the onscreen keyboard into something a little more tactile....
3.7

Review: Review: Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad

Outside of the trusty stylus and a pair of headphones, the most useful accessory for the iPad is probably the physical keyboard, making it possibly to turn Apple's popular tablet into an awesome 9.7 inch laptop. Logitech has released a few of these in the past year, and the new Ultrathin tries to make the keyboard more of a magnetic smart cover by combining the technologies....
4.5

Review: Kensington KeyFolio Pro Performance Keyboard Case for iPad 2

One of the best selling accessories for the iPad has been Apple’s Bluetooth keyboard, a peripheral that signals the strong desire among buyers to convert Apple's versatile tablet into a sometimes-notebook. Kensington presents a more integrated solution with its KeyFolio Pro Performance Keyboard Case, a Bluetooth keyboard that, mated with the iPad 2, adds up to something like a cheat’s MacBook Air....

How Apple’s secrecy affects iPad case makers

Before the iPad Air launched, we only had rumours, and heard that the next iPad could still be called the new iPad, or even changed to the iPad 5. But looking at the accessories coming out for this new iPad, it’s clear the accessory makers never really know....
4.0

Review: Review: iKeyboard for iPad

External iPad keyboards often come with added bulk, an extra weight and thickness that brings the iPad size closer to that of a proper laptop when all you wanted was a better typing experience. But what if there was a way to turn the onscreen keyboard into something a little more tactile....
3.7

Review: Review: Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad

Outside of the trusty stylus and a pair of headphones, the most useful accessory for the iPad is probably the physical keyboard, making it possibly to turn Apple's popular tablet into an awesome 9.7 inch laptop. Logitech has released a few of these in the past year, and the new Ultrathin tries to make the keyboard more of a magnetic smart cover by combining the technologies....
4.5

Review: Kensington KeyFolio Pro Performance Keyboard Case for iPad 2

One of the best selling accessories for the iPad has been Apple’s Bluetooth keyboard, a peripheral that signals the strong desire among buyers to convert Apple's versatile tablet into a sometimes-notebook. Kensington presents a more integrated solution with its KeyFolio Pro Performance Keyboard Case, a Bluetooth keyboard that, mated with the iPad 2, adds up to something like a cheat’s MacBook Air....