Belkin’s QODE Thin Keyboard Case Is Made Out of Aluminum, Just Like Your iPad

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Logitech has been my go-to keyboard company for iPads for a while now, but the Belkin QODE Thin Type Keyboard Case I just learned about (via iClarified) looks like a really cool alternative to the popular Logitech Ultrathin. The QODE still latches on to the front of an iPad Air via magnets, but it has a few extra tricks up its sleeve:

  • an all-aluminum design to match the Air (in silver or slate grey)
  • a weight sensor that turns the keyboard on or off, depending on whether the iPad is docked
  • an angled keyboard, which is likely a little more comfortable for typing

I don’t think the QODE is revolutionary by any means, but it’s an interesting iteration on a category of $99 super-thin keyboards that haven’t really seen much innovation over the last few years. The QODE reviews I’ve seen on Amazon.com have been pretty positive thus far, and people are even singing the praises of the metal keys (which I’m still on the fence about). Of all the iPad keyboards I know off from ZAGG, Logitech, and Belkin, this is the one I’d be most interested in checking out.

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