Accessories already coming for Apple’s new iPad Air

Accessories already coming for Apple’s new iPad Air

The accessories vendors are wasting no time in preparing accessories for Apple’s recently announced iPad Air tablet.

Belkin has a range of cases and accessories it has recently unveiled, with plans for availability beginning in November.

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Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air

The Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air is described as extremely thin and light. It’s made of aircraft-grade aluminum and has TruTypr keys for responsive and accurate typing. The rechargeable battery has 264 hours of active battery life, and the case will be available in black or silver for $129.99.


Qode Thin Type Keyboard Case for iPad Air

The Qode Thin Type Keyboard Case for iPad Air doubles as a protective screen cover and a Bluetooth cover, with TruType keys and iOS specific keys. It has two angles for landscape and portrait viewing, and a rechargeable battery with 79 hours active battery. It’s made of anodized aluminum and will be available in solver, starting at $99.99.


 Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air

The Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air is both a folio-style cover, and a Bluetooth TruType keyboard. It has a handheld media mode that tucks the keyboard away flat for touchscreen use, an will come in black, red, topaz, sorbert or purple, starting at $79.99.


 Apex360 Advanced Protection Case for iPad Air

The Apex360 Advanced Protection Case for iPad Air is built to U.S. military specifications to withstand a six foot drop, and includes a reinforced frame with insulating air pockets for shock absorption and a contoured outer shell for secure hold. It will come in backtop and olive, starting at $89.99.


LapStand Cover for iPad Air

The LapStand Cover for iPad Air is designed to keep an iPad steady on one’s lap. It’s made of ComfortForm material and has protective corners and a strap closure to keep the iPad secure. For $59.99, it will come in blacktop or stone microfiber, or charcoal, red, cream and sorbet twill.


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