Good Quality for the Price
If you want a iPad2 case with integrated keyboard but don't want to spend more than $50 this is definitely the most economical option. The keyboard and case are decent quality and it paired with my iPad very easily. It pretty much does what it says it will. The keys are rubbery and are not very sensitive but it's something I can get use to. It's definitely better than using the onscreen keyboard. Here are possible negatives in order of importance to me: - The iPad floats a little in the case window so a thing strip of screen is covered at times. - The power switch on the keyboard is very small. You have to use your nail to move it. - The thin padding and keyboard make this a fairly bulky case. It folds up tight and will protect from pretty much anything though. - It's a little cumbersome to open the case and use the screen on the fly. While the keyboard is helpful on a desk it just gets in the way in your arms. - The instructions are a joke. It was definitely written by someone who doesn't know English. Example: "When you are finishing using your keyboard or you will be required after the keyboard to carry ,so don't forget to set aside the keyboard to switch the source OFF, turn off the keyboard's power to extend battery life. When you need a long time storage your keyboard, please don't forget to pack the battery power, about half of the filling , then store your keyboard, so can make your keyboard lithium life longer." Can someone please translate this for me? I definitely was not disappointed in the product. I'm just still on the fence about carrying a keyboard everywhere I go. I might just use this case for long meetings and swap it out for something slimmer for everyday use.
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