CES 2015: Kensington Announces ‘KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus’ Battery Situation for iPad Air 2

Following on the heels of a recent statement for its next-generation mobile safety and security lock, security-focused device maker Kensington additionally announced a new line of iPad instances for the iPad Air 2, called the KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus.

Building on Kensington’s similarly-titled items for the initial iPad Air and iPad Air 2, the X3 Plus features a larger 4,500 mAh battery inside of its connected Bluetooth keyboard, along with an incorporated USB port that allows users to totally charge an iPhone approximately three times or a HALF fee to an iPad. A free-to-download app lets users monitor just how much electric battery the keyboard has actually delegated bill their devices.

“Today’s iPad and iPhone users don’t would like to risk lacking electric battery life. They wish to understand that they have the power they should finish the job, no matter where they are,” said Jim Murakami, Global Item Advertising Supervisor, Kensington. “With the brand-new KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus, we’re taking power to the next degree while additionally giving users the high-performance keyboard they intend to be a lot more efficient. It’s the ideal mix of function, design and efficiency.”

The keyboard features six rows of scissor-switch mechanical tricks, including a row of dedicated shortcut keys for improved performance. The business assures protected protection also, with “a streamlined and form-fitting, hard-shell exterior” that’s additionally not bulky.

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Kensington has actually not offered a specific launch home window for the KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus for iPad Air 2, but did confirm the new case will certainly set you back $$ 119.99.

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