Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand For iPad 4 with Retina Display, New iPad (3rd Gen) and iPad 2 (K39512US)

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Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand For iPad 4 with Retina Display, New iPad (3rd Gen) and iPad 2 (K39512US)

Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand For iPad 4 with Retina Display, New iPad (3rd Gen) and iPad 2 (K39512US)

  • Tactile keyboard with high-performance keys optimized for touch typist
  • Removable Bluetooth keyboard delivers wireless operation
  • Secured Velcro fastener ensures tablet vertical stability
  • View angle range from 70 to 20 degrees
  • Compact and functional 3-in-1 design
  • Cut outs for I/O ports, speakers, front and back cameras
  • Easy port access to all iPad 2 controls and 30-pin connector
  • Folds flat and secures with elastic band for in case use (black color only)

The Kensington KeyFolio(TM) Pro 2 provides a high-performance removable keyboard optimized for the touch typist. Built-in Bluetooth technology delivers wireless operation and one button set-up. A secured Velcro fastener ensures tablet vertical stability with viewing angels from 70 to 20 degrees. This lightweight 3-in-1 design is optimized for travel and in-case use plus protects your iPad 2 from wear and scratches. Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case, and Stand Click here to learn more about the versatility of the Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 The Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 provides a high-performance removable keyboard optimized for the touch typist. Built-in Bluetooth technology delivers wireless operation and one button set-up. A secured Velcro fastener ensures your tablet’s vertical stability with viewing angles from 20 to 70 degrees. This lightweight 3-in-1 design is optimized for travel and in-case use plus protects your iPad 2 from wear and scratches. Easy port

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  1. 437 of 441 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    KeyFolio vs. ZAGGfolio using an iPad 3: for me the KeyFolio wins, March 30, 2012
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    Omega Man “Technoanalyst” (Michigan, USA) –
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    This review is from: Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand For iPad 4 with Retina Display, New iPad (3rd Gen) and iPad 2 (K39512US) (Personal Computers)

    I have an iPad3. I bought both this, the Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand for iPad 2 and New iPad (K39512US), and the Zagg ZAGGfolio with Keyboard for The New iPad 3G (FOLCARSLV101). The Kensington I bought from Amazon and the Zagg I bought from Best Buy. So this is a comparitive review of both products used with the iPad 3.

    First the Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 since thats the product I’m posting this reviw on. I’m typing this part with it now.

    This one seems to have a better overall design than the ZAGGfolio and is capable of being set up in a larger number of positions. KeyFolio design advantages:

    – Significantly less expensive than the ZAGGfolio.
    – Easier to open.
    – Seems to stay closed more securely with the keyboard removed.
    – Easier to insert the iPad in the case.
    – The iPad3 seems to be held more securely in this case.
    – There’s a stylus holder! This is very important if you ever use a stylus.
    – The keyboard is held in securely by strong magnets, but is much easier to remove from the case.
    – The USB port for charging the keyboard is exposed while inserted in the case so you don’t have to partially remove the keyboard to charge it.
    – The iPad panel of the case has velcro on the bottom so, with the keyboard removed, you can stand the iPad up at any angle from vertical to a very low angle that’s suitable for typing on the on-screen keyboard if you want. Unlike the Zagg, there are no fixed notches that limit you to 2 or so different stand angles. This continuous range of possible angles is VERY useful.
    – While neither case is very good for typing when placed on your lap, the KeyFolio is better for this than the Zagg.
    – With the keyboard still inserted, the KeyFolio is more comfortable to hold when you fold the cover over to use the iPad like a tablet. It’s not that much better but is it easier to avoid pressing the keys with the back resting on your hand. Since its also easier to remove the keyboard, it’s easier to switch to using the tablet like this without the keyboard.
    – The KeyFolio keyboard has display brightness control keys while the Zagg doesn’t. It also has a caps lock light, will allow you to type F1-F12, and has a couple of extra keys like Pause/Break. This may not matter for the iPad but makes the keyboard more useful if you ever pair it with a Windows machine device or something. This keyboard also has a separate Delete and Backspace as well as an Insert key.

    KeyFolio Problems:

    – Unlike some photos show, there doesn’t seem to be any proper way to rotate the iPad into the portrait orientation while using the keyboard. You can take the iPad out and sort of stand it up being held by the bottom flap of the holder, but this doesnt hold it very securely.
    – Currently I seem to be having some sort of problem where the left Shift key is interfering with the Z key. If I try to type ZAGG then I get Zagg because for some reason, Shift-Z essentially deactivates the Shift key even if you continue to hold down the shift key. (Releasing the shift and holding it down again, after typing Shift-Z, fixes the problem as does using the right Shift key.) The right Shift key doesn’t seem to have this problem with neighboring keys. I’m unsure if this Shift-Z thing is a design problem or just a random manufacturing defect in my particular keyboard.
    – This is minor, but the Command key is lacking the little curly corner command key symbol.
    – As people have mentioned, the “new car smell” from the outgassing on the KeyFolio, right after you remove it from the box, is rather strong. I would expect this to go away once all the residue has evaporated and I plan to place it near an open window, with the keyboard removed and all surfaces exposed to air, to speed this up.

    Now the ZAGGfolio. I’m typing this part using it. Here are its advantages over the KeyFolio:

    The overall design of the case is not that good, but it seems to be more durable and capable of better protecting the iPad. The keyboard is also a little larger and seems more solidly constructed.

    – The hard plastic of the case is thicker, harder, and would seem to offer more protection. The KeyFolio isn’t that bad but the Zagg is just more durable. Overall the ZAGGfolio construction is bit more solid.
    – The keys on the keyboard are larger than the ones on the KeyFolio keyboard. The Space bar and modifier keys on the bottom row are also maybe 30% taller than the other keys. Overall the keyboard is larger but neither is a full-size keyboard.
    – The Zagg keyboard can be used as a stand for the iPad with the iPad removed from the case.
    – Because you can use the keyboard as a stand, you can stand the iPad up in portrait…

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  2. 193 of 199 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Nice Indeed, December 12, 2011
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    This review is from: Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case and Stand For iPad 4 with Retina Display, New iPad (3rd Gen) and iPad 2 (K39512US) (Personal Computers)

    With only one previous review on the item, I was skeptical, of course. It arrived today and I love it, for all the reasons the previous reviewer stated. Love the stand-up feature. Love the removable keyboard, as I have movable or external keyboards for all my devices, including laptops and HP Jornada (anyone remember those?). Keyboard is small but has nice feel and functionality for my medium size fingers; might not suit big fingers. Once the IPad is in the case, the Apple screen Smart Cover can still be attached (albeit from the bottom edge). I’m obsessive compulsive about protecting my screens because they’re the things you can’t replace. And I’m obsessive about having my accessories, especially the protective ones, available: for example, should I need to remove the IPad from the case. Best of all in my estimation is its multi-functionality: case, keyboard, and stand. Attractive looking black case, too. A very nice Kensington product!

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  3. 543 of 577 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    NOT COMPATABLE WITH NEW iPad!, March 23, 2012
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    There is a design flaw that Kensington admits in this product. The product is advertised as being compatible with the Apple magnetic cover which allows auto sleep/wake. The sleeve design is 180 degrees backwards and when the iPad is inserted into the sleeve, the Apple magnetic cover will not work. If you reverse the iPad and insert it the other way, the magnetic cover will work fine but the camera and button cut-outs will then be 180 degrees out of alignment.

    I contacted tech support this morning and they were shocked! They agree that it is a design mistake and cannot explain how it happened. They promised to get back to me by Monday. The only “fix” possible is replacement of the case with a redesigned model. This problem was unknown to them until this morning (3/23/12) according to the tech supervisor.

    I will up date this review on Monday (3/26/12) when they promised to get back to me.

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    OK Final word from Kensington [3/28/12] is that they made a mistake in advertising the case as a “smart case” and stating in advertising and packaging that: “Magnetic cover enables wake/sleep mode automatically.”

    They did not offer a replacement or refund but said they would send me a 50% discount coupon for a future purchase on their website. Great! Items on their are twice the price of the same item on Amazon.

    Thankfully, I purchased my item from Amazon. Amazon has offered a full refund including shipping both ways.

    Kensington made up excuses and made incorrect misleading excuses for a week before they admitted that they made a “mistake” in their advertising. I just read another review from 1/21/12 that complained of the same issue of Kensington falsely claiming that their “Magnetic cover enables wake/sleep mode automatically.” [See 1 Star review [By NvrAzBad above] Kensington DID KNOW when dealing with me about the false claim but denied it! [See 1 Star review by By NvrAzBad above]. I have lowered my review to 1 Star. Kensington dealt with my issue in bad faith. That is dishonorable. Their word is untrustworthy. Shame on them!!

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