New Belkin QODE Keyboard Cases for iPad Air [CES 2014]

New Belkin QODE Keyboard Cases for iPad Air [CES 2014]

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Belkin showed us its new line of QODE Bluetooth keyboard cases for the iPad Air at CES 2014.

The company is offering three cases in the QODE lineup: the Ultimate, Slim Style, and Thin Type.

Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air (F5L151) - $129.99
● Extremely thin and light aircraft-grade aluminum for premium feel and durable screen protection
● Well-spaced TruType keys offer responsive, accurate typing
● Three viewing angles with dual neodymium magnets for extra stability
● Keyboard auto on/off; smart sensing technology automatically turns keyboard off when not in use
● Keyboard folds into case for comfortable handheld tablet use
● Rechargeable battery with 264 hours active battery life
● Aluminum body in two color options: Black and Silver

Qode Thin Type Keyboard Case for iPad Air (F5L155) - $99.99
● Protective screen cover and Bluetooth® keyboard in one
● Well-spaced TruType keys offer responsive, accurate typing
● Function and iOS specific keys
● Secure-hold magnets snap seamlessly to iPad
● Two angles for both landscape and portrait viewing
● Rechargeable battery with 79 hours active battery life
● Anodized aluminum body in Silver
● Less than 4mm thin
● Smart sensing technology automatically turns keyboard off when not in use

Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air (F5L152) - $79.99
● Folio-style cover and Bluetooth keyboard in one
● Well-spaced TruType keys offer responsive, accurate typing
● Innovative stand for iPad Air multiple viewing angles
● Handheld media mode – keyboard tucks away flat for touch screen use
● Slim, lightweight, stylish design in 5 colors: Black, Red, Topaz, Sorbet and Purple

Check out the video below for a look at the cases or hit the link for more details...

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New Belkin QODE Keyboard Cases for iPad Air [CES 2014]
Demonstrable - January 28, 2014 at 7:15pm
The Belkin QODE Thin Type Keyboard Case for iPad Air has been on the Belkin website as "coming soon" for MONTHS (since November 2013). Why they would advertise something that they have clearly been unable as yet to produce I cannot understand. Like Microsoft, Belkin seems to have moved into the design and production of 'vapourware'. Speaks volumes of the ineptitude of this company.
matrixmaniac - January 11, 2014 at 11:18pm
OMG! Give the poor man some water!
Nitro Junkie - January 14, 2014 at 8:42pm
Think he was either drunk or high. Would explain the cottonmouth.
JesterJarett - January 11, 2014 at 4:20am
This was an unfortunate product demo video. It made me like Belkin less after watching it. The rep looks like you made him run a mile before the video was shot.
Mike - January 10, 2014 at 2:52pm
That was probably the shittiest review or overview of a product I've ever seen.
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