VersaKeyboard: ‘The First Disappearing iPad Keyboard’

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 I’m not that frequent a user of iPad keyboard cases, but I have to say this one looks great. It’s called the VersaKeyboard and it’s touted as ‘the first disappearing iPad keyboard’.

If it’s even near as good as the promo video then it’s going to be a heck of a good iPad keyboard case. I’m also optimistic about it because it’s from Moshi, makers of one of my all-time favorite and most heavily used iPad cases – the VersaCover.

Here’s a few of the key features of the VersaKeyboard:

  • Detachable Bluetooth keyboard with 130 hours of battery life and LED power indicator.
  • Folding VersaCover doubles as a stand in portrait and landscape modes.
  • Ultra-thin and lightweight design at 13.4 ounces (380 grams).
  • Durable polycarbonate shell includes convenient keyboard slot.
  • Support for iPad auto-wake and sleep functionality.

It’s compatible with the iPad Air (I hope we’ll see one for the Retina iPad mini soon) and priced at $100.

You can see more detail and place an order at the VersaKeyboard product page at Moshi.

Patrick Jordan

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