Belkin Unveils FastFit Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Case for iPad Mini

Posted February 7, 2013 at 8:35pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 11537 views

Belkin has introduced the 'thinnest and lightest' Bluetooth wireless keyboard for the iPad mini, the FastFit Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Case.



At just 7 mm thick, the FastFit keyboard cover is thinner than the iPad mini itself. The keyboard also features Belkin’s TruType keyboard, which provides well-spaced keys for fast and accurate typing. Each key has a spring mechanism that provides tactile feedback when struck, enabling fast, intuitive, and comfortable typing.

“Thought the FastFit provides a laptop-like typing experience, it’s a far cry from a bulky laptop computer,” said Jamie Elgie, senior director of product management at Belkin. Built with anodized aircraft-grade aluminum, the case is ideal for travel or typing on the go. Secure-hold magnets snap the keyboard onto the iPad mini for easy carrying without the added weight.

The case features Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity and a 200mAh battery which can last for 155 hours of active use without needing a charge. The FastFit’s “auto-wake” feature enables iPad mini when the cover is opened, and turns it to sleep when the cover is closed.

Pricing & Availability:
The FastFit Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Case for iPad Mini (F5L153tt-C00) has an MSRP of $79.99 and will be available for pre-order on belkin.com soon.

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jompao - February 8, 2013 at 9:24am
Don't understand why not make a proper hinge so you can open and close like a notebook. Not an appealing solution to me.
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