Case maker Kensington is working hard to make your iPad Air work hard for you. The company has just announced the redesign of its popular professional line of KeyFolio cases. Now, you can bring your lighter, thinner tablet to the office and show off just how efficient you are with mobile computing.
Category: Gear Reviews
Two very cool new programmable robots made by Play-i are current under development and are seeking funding for a summer 2014 release. The idea is to provide children with a “toy” that is both fun and educational, with the focus of teaching them how to program.
This Friday, I’ll be in line with the hundreds of other Apple fans, waiting for my new iPad Air. While I am very excited to be getting the new tablet, it comes at a cost. My favorite iPad keyboard case will no longer fit. Luckily, Logitech has just announced that the entire line of iPad folios and keyboard cases will be updated to fit the new iPad Air. Looks like I’ll still be able to type away in style after next week.
ClamCase was one of the first companies to make a keyboard case for the iPad, turning the tablet into a laptop computer of sorts. When the Star Wars inspired “Trooper” was launched, I was first in line to get my hands on one and I loved it. The only problem was the size and weight. Not long after, I started using a more convenient, although less awesome-looking, keyboard case.
Only hours after Apple announced the new iPad Air on Tuesday, case makers were already sending out press releases to unveil their new line of products to fit your new tablet. This is only the “tip of the iceberg,” as the saying goes. There will be many more iPad Air products in the future. Today, we’ve got a roundup of some of that will be available the same day as Apple’s new iPad, or at least within a few weeks after.
With yesterday’s big announcement from Apple, there is a new size of iPad in town. The iPad Air is significantly thinner in width and height, which means case makers have a new line of products to create. Luckily, many companies have already started production on properly sized accessories for the iPad Air. Belkin and Griffin have just announced updates to their most popular cases to fit Apple’s fifth-generation iPad.
I drove by the OtterBox headquarters a few weeks ago in Fort Collins, Colorado and was reminded about how important this company has become to me and my group of friends. I have kids and all of my friends have kids too and we all love our iPhones and iPads. The problem is that our kids love them more and every single one of us has a pre-OtterBox horror story. OtterBox has thankfully announced that its lineup will support the new iPad Air and iPad Mini which is good news.
It is not uncommon for accessory makers to take big risks and design products for devices that haven’t even been announced yet. Back in June, case maker Gumdrop launched a new line of iPad cases that fit the predicted specs. At the time, the company’s CEO believed Apple would unveil the new iPad at the Worldwide Developer Conference.
Today, accessory maker WaterField is launching a new line of iPad cases that have been designed with the fifth-generation iPad in mind. The question is, does Waterfield know more than we do, or are they simply betting on the rumors to be true?
An interesting new universal stand from Breffo is currently seeking kickstarter funding and I think it is worth taking a look. Gumstick is a smart phone stand which also works with the iPad Mini and I suspect that if you want to use it with the full size iPad then you could use two Gumsticks simultaneously.