Apple iPad Air MD785LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black with Space Gray) NEWEST VERSION

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Apple iPad Air MD785LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black with Space Gray) NEWEST VERSION

Apple iPad Air MD785LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black with Space Gray) NEWEST VERSION

  • Apple iOS 7; 9.7 Retina display; 2048 x 1536 resolution
  • A7 chip with 64-bit architecture and M7 motion coprocessor
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) with MIMO; 16 GB capacity
  • 5 MP iSight camera; 1080p HD video recording
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life; 1 lb

Apple iPad XX6LL/A Tablet (64GB, Wifi + AT&T 3G, Black) NEWEST MODEL

List Price: $ 499.00

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Kensington KeyFolio Pro Plus with Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard and Google Drive Offer for iPad Air (iPad 5) (K97110US)

Kensington KeyFolio Pro Plus with Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard and Google Drive Offer for iPad Air (iPad 5) (K97110US)

  • Ultra-thin backlit Bluetooth Keyboard, with 7 selectable colors for backlighting
  • Magnetic clasp secures when folio is closed
  • Premium leather texture and durable construction
  • Magnetic construction enables multiple viewing angles
  • Folio provides corner and edge protection for iPad 5
  • Kensington KeyFolio Pro, Bluetooth keyboard, recharge cable, 50GB of Google Drive storage, User Guide included in retail box

The iPad 5 is no ordinary tablet. It deserves an extraordinary folio like the Key Folio Pro Plus. The Key Folio Pro Plus wraps your iPad 5 in sumptuous premium textured sheepskin that’s been crafted to fit your iPad 5 perfectly. With its thin removable Bluetooth keyboard, adjustable viewing angles and integrated stylus holder, the Key Folio pro has everything you need to get the most from your iPad 5. And keyboard in this Key Folio Pro Plus option provides seven colors of backlighting to suit your every mood! KeyFolio Pro with Removable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad Air Classic Style, Professional Protection The iPad Air is no ordinary tablet and it deserves an extraordinary folio. The Kensington KeyFolio Pro wraps your iPad Air in sumptuous sheepskin for the unique combination of rich feel and long-lasting durability with a classic folio look. KeyFolio Pro at a Glance: A classic, professional looking folio strong enough to protect your iPad Air Keyboard and Folio work well

List Price: $ 119.99

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  1. 25 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Faster, lighter, longer lasting power with free top quality apps to download!, November 9, 2013
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    jjceo (jjceo@comcast . net) (Greenwood, Indiana) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 9:12 Mins

    I use an Apple iPad about 6 to 8 hours a day. I own an iPad 2 and 3 and now this new iPad Air version. My main reasons for updating were that I literally fill up my 64 GIG iPad every day or two with videos and photos that I shoot. Having this larger version at 128 GIG allows me to work longer and add more to my iPad. In addition this new version is much lighter and easier to use all day long. Even though the battery is smaller in capacity than my iPad 3 the battery life is longer and it is very noticeable. This is because the faster A7 CPU and the motion chip actually use less power.

    Please watch my video as I go into more details in it.

    I immediately noticed the increase in speed. The unit connects to the WIFI faster, synchs with iTunes faster, downloads emails faster and speeds up your web browsing. The differences are very noticeable and enjoyable as a user. The dual speakers are a nice change but I also use a lot of Bluetooth speakers to enhance the sound of the iPad.

    In my video I do a size and weight comparison to an iPad 2, an iPad 3 and the iPad Air. I also show how the basic set up takes place and for advanced users you can just speed through that portion of the video. The iPad 2 weighs 1 pound 5 1/8 ounces, the iPad 3 weighs 1 pound 7 1/8 ounces, and the iPad Air weighs 1 pound and ¼ ounce. The iPad Air is narrower but has the same screen size. The left and right edges of the iPad are thinner on the sides of the useable screen and you can see that in the video.

    Here are the key improvements for me:
    * Much lighter in weight
    * Thinner, smaller design with the same screen size
    * Much faster when synching with iTunes
    * Much faster when browsing the web
    * Much faster when downloading emails
    * Stronger WIFI connection and faster WIFI synching
    * A more powerful AC wall adapter with 5.2 VDC and an output of 2.4 Amps. It charges at 12 watts of power. It operates at 100 to 240 VAC and 50/60 Hz and it is UL approved. It features folding AC wall plugs for easy packing when traveling.
    * Lower CPU and motion chip power consumption that makes the smaller/lighter internal battery last longer! This is very noticeable!
    * As usual a beautiful high resolution retina screen with 2048 by 1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch. You can see the difference in the photos, videos and reading quality of the screen.
    * Dual speakers in the bottom
    * Free high quality Apps
    * iPhoto
    * iMovie
    * GarageBand
    * Pages
    * Keynote
    * Remember to download these from Apple!

    Overall this is a superior product that really outperforms the older iPads that I have. I was disappointed that the new iPad Air did not have the home button with the fingerprint sensor built in. Since I have used it with my iPhone 5S I have really become attached to it and it just seems like a way to cheapen the unit and be more competitive instead of showing and using the enhanced technology. I would have paid a little more for the iPad Air with that sensor.

    This is still a 5 star product and I recommend it as a very good tablet.

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  2. 9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple Review, November 9, 2013
    By 
    Londonnoise “Robby” (Seattle, WA USA) –

    There are 1001 iPad reviews of varying detail out there and you don’t need me to slog you through every little feature. Figuring what you want to know is, “Is it worth the upgrade?”
    Well yes and no.

    If you are already using an iPad with a retina display (and the display IS pant-wettingly gorgeous), you’re going to get a sleeker, lighter, faster version of the same thing. Sure, the camera is a bit improved, but don’t you think that people look odd trying to take photos on an iPad? For me, that’s not what this is designed for.

    The first thing you’ll notice when you pick it up is how sleek and light it is compared to previous models. It really is a beautifully designed and built tablet. It’ also noticeably (but not hugely with the apps I tested) faster. iOS 7 looks fab on the thing.

    Still, the bottom line is, if you are running a pre-retina iPad and you got the cash, yes, it’s worth it (and I use ‘worth’ as a loose term here, they are bloody expensive). If you are running a newer iPad, sure, this is sleeker and shinier, but I’m afraid it’s not going to change your life.

    To conclude, this thing is beautiful, extremely useful in my life, and I love it like the child I never had :-) Just don’t expect it to change your whole life!

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  3. 19 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best tablet just got better, November 2, 2013
    By 
    G. Ware Cornell Jr. “anotherlawyer” (Weston FL) –
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    When the first iPad was released in the spring of 2010, it was accompanied by a cacophony of jokes about its name and its size. Three and a half years later, the release of the iPad Air, the fifth full-size tablet Apple has offer, has been much calmer. This is the fourth full-size iPad I have owned, beginning with the AT&T 3G model which was released in May, 2010, about a month after the first WiFi only iPads arrived. Every one of my iPads has had an AT&T cellular data.

    Until this model I have purchased the largest capacity solid state drive Apple has offered. This year there is a 128GB iPad, which costs about $100 more than my 64GB model. Here is the reason I did not select the higher capacity-iCloud. Data stored on iCloud is instantly available across multiple IOS and OSX devices. With all that storage (I buy 50GBs annually) why duplicate it on a hard disk?

    The iPad Air is incredibly light(about a pound) and has a slightly smaller external footprint than previous models. The retina display actually seems sharper, if such a thing is possible. It also holds a charge for even longer than before.

    Beyond the physical beauty of the iPad Air is its amazing utility. As a trial lawyer I can easily access the firm’s network. This means that every file and every document is instantly at my command. In just a few years time I have learned that I no longer need to drag loads of paper files and depositions with me to court.

    Over 400,000 apps are built exclusively for iPad, and well over a million iPhone apps run on my device as well. It is an incredibly powerful platform, well on its way to replacing laptops for all but the most labor intensive tasks. When I travel, I typically bring only my iPad-no laptop, no hard copy of a file. I didn’t really appreciate just how dependent I had become on the iPad until this June when a federal judge held that I could bring either a laptop or a tablet into the courthouse. I chose the iPad.

    My weapon of choice-the iPad. This is the one tablet to buy if you are serious about using a tablet. It’s pricy, but it may well be, the perfect tablet.

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  4. 19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Build Quality, Works Great, November 1, 2013
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    Dat Hong (Phila, PA) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 3:46 Mins

    This is a great working case and keyboard for the new iPad Air. The keyboard will work with other bluetooth devices, but the case is made to house the iPad Air only. It’s quite hefty so once you put the iPad Air inside, you are looking at over 2 pounds. It works great for storing the iPad and I am very happy with it. I recommend this product. Take a look at my video and see for yourself.

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  5. 18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A nice folio case with a nice keyboard with one significant problem (see below), November 3, 2013
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    J. Schwartz “JMS”
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    This case is designed specifically for the new iPad Air. It apparently was being called the iPad 5 prior to its release since that is what is printed on the box.

    Pros: The leather is soft and supple. It looks and feels high quality and professional. Good protection front and back. Some protection on all sides with unhindered access to all buttons, ports, speakers, etc. The stand uses magnets as does the attachment mechanism for the keyboard. The magnets are strong. You can set the iPad to almost any angle. The keyboard does not slip while attached to the case but you can slide it forward or remove it completely. Bluetooth pairing was easy. The keyboard has a solid feel. It is about 75% the size of a full keyboard. Battery life seems excellent (I’ve been using it for 3 days on its first charge).

    Cons: Without the keyboard attached, the case does not close enough (there is too much room). The iPad is still secure in its sleeve, but the cover slides around. The case is not a smart case. Why not? With all of the magnets used in the case they couldn’t add one for the smart sensor? You must pull the keyboard out slightly to set a proper viewing angle. If you try to use the ridges on the keyboard with the keyboard flush in the case, the iPad falls backward.

    Significant problem: The magnetic clasp to close the folio had a metal edge. This has a tendency to flip forward and hit the screen risking damage to the iPad. This is a stupid design choice and reflects ignorance of the iPad community which avoids any exposed metal like the plague. As far as I can tell, the metal serves no function other than to provide a place to put the Kensington name. This issue alone will keep me from using this case unless I can successfully remove the metal piece.

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  6. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid and Well Made iPad Case/Keyboard Combo, November 4, 2013
    By 
    Dr. Bojan Tunguz (Indiana, USA) –
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    iPad is a great and simple device, but it lacks physical keyboard that would make it a useful productivity tool. There are several great options out there when it comes for external keyboards. However, if you are looking for a very portable keyboard that also doubles as a protective cover, then the Kensignton line of such cases is a very solid and reliable choice.

    The outer parts of the case are made of nice leather, and they feel very sturdy, soft and elegant. The case is for the most part very well and elegantly designed, and it fits iPad Air perfectly. It leaves enough of the openings on the sides for all the peripherals connections and iPad buttons to be easily accessible.

    The keyboard paired up with my iPad Air very easily and without any hitches. It also maintained connection for the duration of use. The keyboard is charged through a micro USB slot on the side. (An Apple compatible charging port might have been a more appropriate choice, but knowing how reluctant Apple is to let the third-party vendors use its ports, this was likely not going to happen.) I have not fully tested how long you can go with the keyboard on a single charge, but even after a few days of moderate use the keyboard was still going strong. I would expect that its charge capacity would be on par with my other Bluetooth keyboards, which can go on for weeks without a need for recharge. The keyboard is very responsive, and I for the most part like the key action. However, this smaller sized keyboard feels cramped compared to the full sized keyboard, and you really don’t want to be using it for composing longer documents.

    One issue that I have with the comprehensive iPad cases like this one is that they don’t allow you to easily put in and take out your iPad. If you intend to leave your iPad in the case more or less permanently, then this might not be that much of an issue for you. However, as one of the biggest attractions of iPad Air is its lightness and an overall decrease in size, using a case like this one on a continuing basis feels like a waste. Another issue that I have with this case in particular is that when you remove the keyboard, the rest of the case feels very loose and not very well secured.

    This keyboard overall provides a pretty good level of protection for your iPad against accidental bumps, drops, and scratches. However, it is not a heavy-duty protection case, and you would not want to rely on it for protection form serious accidents. It’s also definitely not waterproof. If you are looking for that level of protection, then there are a few options out there for you. (New Trent has a nice line of rugged iPad cases and covers.) For most of the “regular” iPad users who need a decent amount of protection, as well as a solid and reliable keyboard, this case/keyboard combo will be more than adequate.

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