What is the best iPad Air keyboard and keyboard case for the new iPad Air? Lets look at a few of the top keyboards and find the best one for you.
Zagg folio for iPad Air
The iPad Air is not even out yet and Zagg already released their awesome folio keyboard for the iPad Air. This iPad air keyboard has an awesome Bluetooth keyboard that is incredibly thin….7.6mm thin.
This is a iPad Air keyboard case and Zagg has a special design to their hinge that pivots at almost any viewing angle you would need and stays in place. Basically this turns your iPad Air into a laptop. If you don’t want the keyboard you can simply bend it all the way back around and you’ve got just your iPad Air.
One thing Zagg has done that others haven’t is added backlit keys. Pretty cool feature because I’m always using my iPad in bed or in a dark room.
They also give you a kick ass battery that last up to three months of usage if you’re using it a couple hours per day. This is a long time and you can simply plug it in to charge it up every once in a while and it will never go down on you when you need it.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive Bluetooth iPad Air keyboard then the Anker Bluetooth keyboard is probably the best choice for you.
Price? How about under $20 compared to the official apple keyboard of close to $70.
First off it looks like an Apple product with the white keys and brushed aluminum body. It’s super slim at around 1/4″ thick…about the thickness of a pen.
It has Bluetooth 3.0 build in and a ridiculous 700 hour battery life rating that includes sleep mode and runs on only 2 AAA batteries.
So the other obvious thing about this keyboard since it’s Bluetooth it will work with ALL your Bluetooth devices like your iPhone…or your Mac or even another brand of phone or computer. Yes, it will work with Android phones and Windows xp/vista/7/8.
They say it will work with Mac OS X 10.2.8 and newer.
Logitech has released their high end bluetooth iPad Air keyboard today. It’s basically just a thin flat keyboard just like the Anker Bluetooth keyboard which costs only $20!
The Logitech iPad Air keyboard costs $99…so why the huge price difference between Logitech and the Anker? Well, the Logitech has magnetic clips.
Some of the features of the Logitech iPad air keyboard [click to continue…]
The new iPad Air starts at $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi version and goes all the way up to a max of $929 for the 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad Air.
I’d love to be the person that could get the 128GB Cellular version without even thinking twice about the price. Unfortunately for me and for most people buying the new iPad Air the we’ll probably be looking at the bottom two iPad Airs. After all, the best selling iPads are the 16GB and 32GB versions with Wi-Fi only.
Check out all the iPad specs at Apple http://www.apple.com/ipad/compare/