Kensington KeyFolio Pro full review
Kensington has tweaked its iPad case to create a version for iPad 2. The all-in-one approach offers a robust case that will certainly protect your iPad. The keyboard is fixed and has chiclet keys, which mirror the standard Apple wireless keyboard layout in most instances.
As a case and keyboard combination, the physical size of the keys is excellent and offers efficient and accurate typing at speed. You set up a Bluetooth connection via a large, easily reached button. You also get caps lock, charge and power LED indicators. An on/off switch next to the mini USB port allows power saving when not in use.
The iPad itself slides into a covering of ‘synthetic leather’ that feels like neoprene. The overall effect isn’t great, as it is rubbery to the touch, unlike other faux leather cases.
A nice touch is that the slipcase pivots so you can use your iPad in landscape or portrait modes with the keyboard, although we would have liked a slightly deeper angle for improved viewing when using the keyboard for longer periods of time.
Combining a protective case for your precious iPad 2 with a tactile keyboard, the KeyFolio Pro is efficient and functional, but without much style or luxury