The iPad Air is smaller than its predecessor, so many companies have to modify their accessories designed for this model. Belkin has announced three keyboard cases for this upcoming tablet.
The Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case ($130) will offer dual-sided aluminum protection for those wanting to use their iPad as a laptop replacement.
The Qode Thin Type ($100) will be a clip-on option for those who don’t want a keyboard all the time.
The Qode Slim Style ($80) will be a folio that provides protection as well a a keyboard.
All of these options are going to include Belkin’s TruType Bluetooth keyboard for a laptop-like feel, and the Ultimate Keyboard Case and Slim Style will offer multiple viewing angles for the tablet.
All these accessories for the iPad Air are expected to be released soon.
Other Cases, Too
Belkin will also offer a number of cases for this tablet, including the Apex 360, a thin case built to surpass the U.S. Military’s 6-foot drop test.
The FreeStyle Cover will hold itself to the front of the device to protect the screen, made into a stand, or put on the back of the tablet when not needed.
The LapStand Cover has been designed specifically for use while lounging. and the company’s FormFit will offer a wide range of color options.