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Arcadia Arclight 2.0 - Wireless Bluetooth Clamshell iPad Keyboard Case. Compatible: iPad Air. (Polycarbonate Case, Matte Finish)

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  • Compatible with new iPad Air 1st generation, will not fit iPad Air 2, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPad first generation.
  • High quality slim hard clamshell case with matte finish and all metal arm.
  • Ultra-low profile Bluetooth keyboard (0.37 inch) with optimized spacious key design for a comfortable & quiet typing experience.
  • Multi-adjustable stand for vertical and horizontal iPad positions.

Product Description

New Air At only 19.5mm thick the Arclight 2.0 means business. Lets not forget the hard, thermoplastic shell that wraps snugly around your iPad, and a snappy bluetooth keyboard combined to convert your iPad into the fully functional tablet PC you've always wanted. Reinventing For We like to be different and the Arclight 2.0 is a clear example of this. Adjust your viewing angle and distance to your heart's desire with the Arclight 2.0 new unique stand. View your iPad in landscape or portrait mode by simply rotating the iPad. Keyboard Real Estate We know keyboard design, and you can come to expect that with the flat-edges, chiclet keys. Now lets add more space into the mix and the results is a keyboard that you can look forward to typing on with joy. Keyboard Specifications. Input: 5V@1A
Bluetooth connection: Range of 33ft or 10m Dimensions: 9.6 x 6.9 x 0.7 inches Be sure to find the official Arcadia logo to ensure a 10 month warranty.

Product Information

Technical Details

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Brand Name New Trent
Item model number NT510K
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 10.7 x 7.6 x 1.3 inches
Color Black

Additional Information

ASIN B00GP4BVTO
Customer Reviews
4 out of 5 stars 560 customer reviews

4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #944 in Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Bags, Cases & Sleeves > Keyboard Cases
#12,999 in Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Bags, Cases & Sleeves > Cases
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds
Date First Available November 15, 2013

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This review is for the New Trent Air Bender Air. This model is only compatible with the iPad Air (newest generation) and I am using my iPad Air 64GB LTE + WiFi. I will also compare it to the New Trent Airbender 2.0. First of all, the design, in my opinion, is very modern and gorgeous looking. The outside material feels like very fine felt-like material. It's very smooth to the touch but is tacky enough as to not slip out of your fingers. I feel like the design is more streamlined and better than the New Trent 2.0, but yet has many similarities.
Aside from the design, there are many improvements over the Airbender 2.0, and many benefits of the Airbender 2.0 that were taken away.

Here are the things I like about the New Trent Airbender Air. First of all, one of my complaints with the Airbender 2.0 was the adjustable arm that controls the screen angle would not smoothly move in-and-out to adjust the angle of the screen. That single arm has been replaced with two arms (photo attached). With the Airbender 2.0, you had to release a lever to "unlock" the bar so you could pull it out to adjust the angle. With the Airbender Air, that switch is no longer part of the unit and the bars that control the angle are held in by friction. Another improvement is the keyboard itself. The keys are now slightly larger (most barely noticeably larger). I always had problems using the delete key on the Airbender 2.0 - I could almost never correctly press the delete key without looking at the key. Now on the Airbender Air, I can type normally how I would on a desktop keyboard and not have to worry about hitting different keys than what I originally intended. Also, not that this was a problem on the Airbender 2.0, but the keys itself seem to perform much more smoothly on the Airbender Air.
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The New Trent Airbender Air Bluetooth Keyboard is a good choice if you are looking for a wireless keyboard case for your iPad Air.

Pros:
-Easy to setup and super-fast connection setup
-Easy to read letters on the keyboard
-Lock/Unlock/Home button functions on the keyboard
-Very thin keyboard
-Buttons are easy to press
-Caps lock LED light indicator
-All ports, like the lightning port, are easily accessed
-Case has good grip when carrying (matte finish)
-Many angles to stand the iPad Air
-Long working time
-Charges by micro USB using the included cable or your own
-Works with screen protectors
-Fn buttons (top row of keys) are useful to control many functions of the iPad like copy/paste and play/pause
-Rubber feet on the bottom to prevent the case from sliding
-Can turn the iPad into portrait or landscape without removing the case (360 degree turning case)

Cons:
-No lip on the case to protect the screen when open
-Little difficult to remove the iPad from the case
-Small delete button (I type fast and sometimes I press the "=" key)

This is a great choice if you are looking for a high quality keyboard case for the iPad air. I recommend this product.

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I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation, and I promised that my review is fair and honest.
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I also have tried New trent's other iPad Air keyboard that detaches the one side of the case, so in my review when I compare to another version that is what I am talking about, although in the end I preferred this one over that version:

I very much like the look and feel of this one over the last version.
The look is much sleeker and more like the Apple cover I use usually.
Also looks better from a normal business look to it and not industrial.
I also like the feel of the cover itself. With it not just being
plastic on the outside I feel like I have a better grip on it when I
carry it around in one hand. And if my hands are slightly wet from
holding a drink or something I still feel like I have good control of
the case when I pick it up. I should also mention that the weight of
the case wasn't too bad, anytime you are using a case you have to add
weight to what you are going to carry around, but this case doesn't go
beyond what you need to for that so I was happy with the weight of the case.

The "clip" on the side to close the case is something I love and hate
seemingly depending on what I am trying to do. I love it when I am
closing it up and I know its now closed and isn't just going to fall
open when I put it down or put it in my bag. The downside is when I
try to open it - I usually need to use two hands to open it up simply
because you need to control the ipad side itself when you open the case
because the spinner on the back works almost too well and doesn't seem
to be meant to hold a specific position, it really needs the area on the
case designed to rest the side in.
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I have been researching for a week by looking at reviews and going in store to look at items. Given the cost of $56, the Airbender wins in looks-- the soft plastic of the case is nice looking compared to the $99+ competitors. The keyboard feels great and was easy to pair and type on. It is versatile in allowing you to adjust viewing angles, and view in both portrait and landscape mode. I found that in portrait mode though, the hold of the iPad in the two hinges was flimsy; and while there are multiple viewing angle options, the most secure viewing angle option was with the hinge fully extended out in landscape positioning.

The Airbender is a solid case that I recommend if you don't really use your iPad as a tablet without the bulky case. When I took the case off, I cut my thumb and it bled. Furthermore, it scratched the side of my iPad air! Yep, it scratched the side of my iPad air! Should I mention it a third time?

Looking forward to seeing an improved version of this case in which like the airbender 2.0, you can remove the ipad portion with the protective case provided still on.

For now, I am using my old Logitech ultra-thin case for my old iPad 2.
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