Targus Versavu Keyboard Case for iPad 3 and iPad 4th Generation, Wi-Fi / 4G  Model 16GB, 32GB, 64GB THZ17101US  (Black)

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Targus Versavu Keyboard Case for iPad 3 and iPad 4th Generation, Wi-Fi / 4G  Model 16GB, 32GB, 64GB THZ17101US  (Black)

Targus Versavu Keyboard Case for iPad 3 and iPad 4th Generation, Wi-Fi / 4G  Model 16GB, 32GB, 64GB THZ17101US  (Black)

  • Designed to Fit the Apple iPad 3rd and 4th Generation
  • 4 viewing angles plus keyboard for different typing angles
  • Easy-to-clean exterior case and soft-touch inner lining makes this case protective inside and out
  • All around function with 360 degree rotating stand and clever stylus storage all while securely storing your device in the custom fit casing
  • Durable, water resistant padded exterior shell
  • Unit Dimensions: 7.39 inch x 0.37 inch x 9.5 inch

Transform your iPad into the ultimate viewing and typing experience with the Versavu Keyboard Case from Targus. With 360 degree rotating axis and soft-touch liner, no other competitor offers you more. Take this case everywhere you go and know that your iPad is completely protected. The Versavu Keyboard Case includes a QWERTY, low-profile Bluetooth keyboard that provides tactile feedback to the user to improve typing accuracy and speed while maintaining a quiet typing experience. The keyboard can be charged inside of the case for an easy-to-sync, cable-free user experience. This product boasts a stain-resistant padded exterior that wipes clean with water, along with a lining made from soft-touch material. The Versavu Keyboard Case is perfect for either at work or while you travel. Type, watch, browse or chat, as this stand features a patent-pending rotating design that allows you to view in either portrait or landscape angles. Be proud of your branding and style with the brightly colore

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  1. 175 of 179 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Some Flaws But, Overall, Very, Very Satisfied!, June 22, 2012
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    bobbewig (New Jersey, USA) –
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    This review was written by my daughter.

    I will start off by saying that I am really enjoying using this keyboard case. Despite a few flaws, they are not enough to make me not love it! I am giving it 4 stars, though, instead of 5, as it is not without some glitches in design. Most of my complaints have already been covered in other people’s review so I am not going to go into great detail to spare you the repetitive comments.

    What I don’t like (although none of these are enough to make me — unlike some other reviewers — not want to keep this case):

    — The number one thing …and this is the only one that REALLY bothers me….is that the cover doesn’t put the iPad to sleep when it’s closed; and sometimes when the cover is shut and I have manually put the iPad to sleep, it comes back on without me knowing, so my iPad is ON with the cover closed. That’s pretty annoying.

    — The keyboard is small, but that’s par for the course. They had to make it small to fit in the case. You’ll get used to it. I have had it for three weeks now and I just finally stopped hitting “return” when I was trying to hit the quotes. Whatever. It’s fine.

    — Another thing that sort of annoys me about the keyboard is the placement of certain character keys. We are used to hitting shift for heavily-used character keys such as “?” and “:” and “;” and “/”. Well, on this keyboard you do hit shift for some things, but for some of the major ones (like the ones mentioned above) you have to hit Function on the left side of the keyboard. It’s hard to get used to this. But it’s not enough to make me abandon this product because I love using it. A little annoying, yes, but you can adapt to it.

    — The case is pretty heavy once you’ve got the iPad in there. It doesn’t really bother me so much, though, and I’d rather have something heavy if I feel it offers more protection.

    — IT does mess up my Ghost Armour skin I have. Sometimes it creates bubbles or lifts, but once I smooth them out it’s fine.

    — When you stand the iPad up, especially in portrait mode, it is pretty vertical and it’s slightly annoying. I got over it. Really not a big deal.

    All that being said, I love this case!!! Why?

    — Amazingly, in the three weeks I have had it (and used it A LOT), I have not had to charge the keyboard once. NOT ONCE!!!!

    — Before this, I had a silicone roll-up keyboard from Brookstone which I thought would be cool because it was a full-size keyboard and I could fold it up and put it anywhere in my bag and it weighed nothing. However, it felt so weird to type on and I made so many errors. And it NEVER held a charge. So here I was with my wireless bluetooth keyboard that I had to use PLUGGED IN. WTH?!?! This is soooo much better!!!

    — It’s sturdy, protects my iPad well enough, and fits nicely in my bag.

    — I use it all day at work and I have literally not touched my computer since I got it!

    — I love always having an easy-to-type on keyboard at the ready and even use it on my lap on the subway!

    — I like that I can turn the keyboard and stand it up either in portrait or landscape because not every app rotate onscreen when you rotate the iPad.

    — Some readers said that their iPad fell out of it?!?! There is no way for that to happen! It’s in the grooves so sturdily! They had to have been using a version of the iPad that this case was not made for….that’s the only thing I can think of. Or they didn’t put the iPad in it correctly….

    So, that’s that. I love having the case, despite the few flaws, and it’s amazing that I have never had to charge it yet in almost a month! Coming from what I had before, this keyboard case was a WELCOME gift!!!! I hope you enjoy it, too!!!

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  2. 56 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This works well!, August 16, 2012
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    Denise Crawford “DC” (Missouri, USA) –
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    I have been using this case and keyboard since May 17, 2012, so I’ve had about 3 full months for evaluation. I have used it with both the iPad 2nd Gen and now with the new iPad 3rd Gen 32 GB model. After extensive personal testing, I find that this case works very well for me.

    I love how thick the stain resistant padded exterior is and, though a bit on the heavier side for a case, I feel that this offers an added layer of protection against the hard wear and tear (including dropping) that transporting and constant use can cause. I really enjoy the 360 degree rotation that allows me to view the iPad in both portrait and landscape modes while sitting securely in the slotted area of the keyboard. I prefer the portrait mode because the viewing angle seems superior, but I’m certain that is wholly a personal predilection. You can’t really use the keyboard very well unless you’re on a flat surface as the device will slip out of the keyboard slot fairly easily.

    To tell you the truth, I wasn’t that crazy about my iPad until I finally got this keyboard case. I can’t say enough positive things about the QWERTY, low-profile Bluetooth keyboard. The keys are a good size and I have no difficulty with speedy typing. I also noticed that the typing experience is very quiet, unlike with some other users I’ve heard nearby with different keyboards. The only irritant to me is that I often hit the return key when I want to hit the apostrophe! I like all the special function keys too! The keyboard holds its charge for a long time, but the port to charge it can be accessed without opening the case as it has slots for ease of connecting. There is also an aperture for the camera and the speaker output.

    In addition, I really like the clip for holding my stylus and the soft touch interior. The only thing missing is a little pouch or slot on the inside to perhaps hold a business card or perhaps a screen cleaning cloth. Last but not least, I like the elastic band that comes along the outside to hold the two sides of the case together securely. It is not magnetic off/on, and I don’t need that, but if you are looking for that feature, be advised.

    I would give this 4+ stars. My issues will always be that I will have to find a place to put the charging cords! It is not a small case, either, but I think that is more of a positive thing for me. I recommend it for its looks, ease and pleasure of use, and for its protection.

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  3. 88 of 102 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great idea, poor implementation, April 24, 2012
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    Joseph Baker “Bert_7” (Cincinnati, OH) –
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    The product looks great, the iPad fits nicely into the case, but there are a couple design issues that make it less appealing.

    #1: Most important flaw in my opinion: The product advertises that there are edges around the keyboard so the iPad won’t lay against the keyboard and scratch the screen, etc. The flaw here is that the iPad will slip off one side and lay directly on the keyboard. It is difficult in fact to keep the iPad off of the keyboard.

    #2: I suppose by design of the product and the shape of the device, this cannot be avoided, but when propping the iPad in a landscape configuration, it is almost completely vertical. This makes it difficult to work with in most situations. In a portrait configuration, there is a good slope to the screen.

    #3: Maybe nit-picking here: The outside cover on the back of the iPad extends to the width of the case. This typically wouldn’t be a problem, but with the sloped edges of the iPad and the fact that the bottom is wider than the iPad holder, it appears that the case has “wings” when viewing from the front.

    Besides those issues, it is a good product. The keyboard itself is surprisingly easy to use despite its petite form factor.

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