Review Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 for iPad Air

Kensington has released myriad keyboard cases for the Apple iPad in the past. Few days back the company churned out KeyFolio Thin X3 for the iPad Air and today we are going to take a look at it.

The first thing you will notice about it is how sleek and well built it is. The keys are well placed and have great tactile feedback. Unlike some iPad keyboards there is full size right shift key for that complete keyboard experience.

The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 for iPad Air is also the first keyboard case to incorporate a backup battery for the iPhone. Inside the casing of the keyboard is a case that has 1650mAh battery which can charge the Apple iPhone at full 1 amp speeds. 

Here is full list of its features:

Powerlift internal keyboard battery can be used to charge your phone
Ultra-thin, form-fitting cradle maintains tablet’s sleek profile with enhanced drop protection
Integrated Bluetooth keyboard with 6 rows of high-performance scissor keys
Quick Fold design hides keyboard to enable streamlined viewing mode
Key Sense Power Channel automatically turns the keyboard on and off
Automatic tablet wake and sleep modes when cover opens or closes
Magnetic closure for a safe and secure fit

Here are its specifications:

Connections: Micro USB
Connectivity: Wireless
Features: Auto Wake/Sleep, Key Sense Power Channel, Powerlift Charger, Quick Fold, Secure Closure
Keyboard Features: Laptop Style
Optimized For: Thinness
Protection: Back Protection, Bezel Bumpers, Screen Cover
Screen Size: 9.7"
Wireless Type: Bluetooth

Review Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 for iPad Air

The case is not cheap by any means though, costing a whopping 100 dollars.