Belkin Ultimate Wireless Keyboard and Case for iPad 2, 3rd Gen and 4th Gen with Retina Display

The thin and lightweight Belkin Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad reinvents the tablet as an enhanced productivity tool.

3 thoughts on “Belkin Ultimate Wireless Keyboard and Case for iPad 2, 3rd Gen and 4th Gen with Retina Display

  1. A. D. Lum says:

    Great! Oh my goodness, I love this thing! I’ve used three different regular cases, a mini bluetooth keyboard, and a keyboard/case combo. I did not expect this to be vastly different from the other keyboard case that I tried.First of all, this is a hard case. It does not flex. The other keyboard case that I tried was rigid/stiff, but it could flex a tiny bit. That means that when closed, part of the keyboard could make contact with the iPad screen. Maybe that’s nothing, but I don’t like anything that isn’t soft touching the iPad’s screen. This case was built with close tolerances. When closed, the keyboard comes very close to the screen, but does not touch it. If you hold it up to the light, you can see the tiny separation. If you don’t believe your eyes, you will find that you can slide a sheet of paper between the keyboard and iPad when the case is closed.The bluetooth syncing/linking was easy. Also, there is no physical switch to turn the keyboard off and on like…

  2. James Tepper ""Are we there yet"" says:

    Excellent iPad Wireless Keyboard/Case Combo The Belkin Belkin Ultimate Wireless Keyboard and Case for iPad 2, 3rd Gen and 4th Gen iPads performs exactly as advertised. It has a complete wireless QWERTY keyboard, about 10% smaller than the standard keyboard that is surprisingly responsive and comfortable to type on, with a bit of adjustment. It mates with the iPad via standard Bluetooth pairing. Out of the box, it literally takes but a few seconds to have your iPad snapped into the plastic top holder and paired with the keyboard. There is no on-off switch. Simply set the back containing the iPad into one of three small notches in the keyboard/base unit and the keyboard is powers up. Take the iPad out of a slot and the keyboard goes off. Removing the iPad is also a snap.The unit is charged via a USB cable and claims to be good for 160 hours. I have no idea if that is true or not, but I have not had to charge it since the first time, and I’ve had it for couple of weeks (but I often use the iPad for reading with…

  3. d bucci says:

    Good looking, great protection and convenience When I slid this case out of the box I was impressed how sleek and well-constructed it is. The closed case is 3/4″ thick. One side is satin finish aluminum that holds the keyboard. The other side is a sturdy plastic frame with a large rubberized plastic panel and hinge. The iPad snaps into that side and is held securely but is easy to remove and replace. The rubberized panel provides a good grip when holding the closed case.There are three magnetic slots behind the keyboard that lock the iPad frame into one of 3 viewing angles. These slots double as on/off switches for the keyboard. Once you pair the keyboard with your iPad it will automatically connect in seconds when you place the cover in one of the slots and disconnect when removed.The back of the iPad is completely enclosed and protected while allowing full access to all controls, ports and cameras. The case also has wake/sleep magnets. Because the aluminum side of the case holds the keyboard it is the…

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