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Kensington KeyFolio Expert Multi-Angle Folio/Bluetooth Keyboard Case for 10-Inch Windows/Android Tablets (K39532US)

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  • Multi angle adjustable stand allows you to create content anywhere; adjusts from low-angle position to working on your lap
  • Micro-Suction technology allows universal compatibility with Android and Windows 7 tablets; Compatible with Windows 8
  • One-Touch pairing Bluetooth keyboard delivers seamless operation
  • Tactile keyboard with high-performance keys optimized for touch typist
  • Compact and light folio with magnetic closure folds flat for in case use
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Product Description

The Kensington KeyFolio Expert is the perfect productivity on-the-go companion Android and Windows 7 tablets to create content anywhere. The multi angle folio adjusts from a low-angle to working comfortably while on your lap. And the unique multi-suction grip pad allows maximum flexibility with forwards and backwards compatibility and supports landscape or portrait viewing. The durable and light folio with integrated magnets smartly adjusts to multiple angles and snaps-closed with microfiber interior to protect your tablet from wear and scratches. And the one-touch pairing Bluetooth keyboard delivers seamless operation.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 11.2 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007RB10K4
  • Item model number: K39532US
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 5, 2012

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Customer Reviews

Like this case, easy to use and setting up the keyboard was a breeze.
jennifer montgomery
The folding back for the case is not easy to keep from falling over and seems rather flimsy, so I don't know if it will last very long.
Info Technology Dept.
Every key works, and it's super easy to pair the keyboard to the tablet.
Elizabeth Whitmire

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By labuzzard on September 22, 2012
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Used with Toshiba Thrive 10.1 tablet. Great combination. Can recharge using usb port on tablet with almost no effect on tablet battery life. Especially like the way you can attach and remove tablet without straps or corners with whatever that attaching material is. Get 100% use of all tablet functions without moving straps or edge guards. Keyboard has nice feel. Only gripe is control key does not work with all programs on my host computer using gotomypc app, but since very few people use this app or still use any (heaven forbid) DOS programs, gave it 5 stars.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Comp625 on September 10, 2013
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Here is an abridged Pro's and Con's list for those who want a quick snippet. A full review is below.

Pros
- Great tactile keyboard (one of the best I've ever used)
- Truly lightweight
- Superb battery life
- Adhesive backing works well (assuming it is clean)

Cons
- No "Off" key means a lot of accidental keypresses
- "Home" key is situated next to arrows, which leads to accidental use
- Adhesive backing needs to be cleaned via Packaging Tape every few weeks to ensure optimal use
- Microfiber interior attracts a lot of dirt (e.g. pet hair)
- Cheap-looking plastic exterior
- The case is not "level" when it is closed, but rather, there is a slight slope
- Limited viewing angles
- Bluetooth connectivity issues
- Price is steep considering the number of problems that plagued the keyboard/case

Back in early 2013, I was researching a lightweight Windows 8 tablet for class, work, travel, etc. I chose the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 10.1" 64GB Win 8 Pro Tablet with Stylus(367927U) because it was a small 10.1" tablet that weighted in at 1.3lb (LESS than an iPad)! I understood that pairing a keyboard/case would mean added weight, so my goal was to find one that was also lightweight in nature.

Low and behold, the majority of Bluetooth keyboard/cases are heavy, thick, and defeat the whole purpose of maintaining a lightweight setup. The Kensington Keyfolio K39532US is the ONLY one that I found which fit my needs - but it is also one of the most expensive keyboard/cases on the market.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By LexNoir on November 21, 2012
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I actually hate the case. It's extremely thin, flimsy and doesn't feel like it would protect a thing. There's no padding per se in the case itself. It's hard with no cushion or padding. Then the bluetooth keyboard lays right up against your screen so it feels like it could damage your screen. Too soon to tell however. UPDATE 12/4/12: Yes some have said you can fold it the other way so the other flap touches the screen and not the keyboard. Yes you could do this, but then the magnetic clasp won't hold since it was designed to close one way (keyboard against screen).

On the other hand, I like the keyboard. It's hard buttons make typing extremely easy. I originally thought they would be soft gel like keys, but they're hard/solid keys. It rivals the keyboard of even the ASUS Transformer line which I owned and actually hate typing on those keyboards. This one is well spaced, hard and very clicky.

They clearly put more emphasis on the keyboard than protecting your tablet. Dropping your tablet with this thing might protect it from nicks but not enough padding to protect the screen from a excessive pressure (like being crammed in a bag), or a face down drop since the bluetooth keyboard would probably damage your screen too during a drop.

It's hard to tell. I'm also not fond of the STICKY/TACKY patch that holds your tablet in place. I'm not sure what it's made out of, will it wear out? I don't know. But I'm constantly pulling the tablet off the case so I can use it in bed when I don't need the keyboard and I worry the sticky stuff will wear out eventually. If it wears out your tablet could simply slide out of the side of the case and onto the ground since there are not straps of any sort to keep the tablet in place.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on September 5, 2012
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All and all it's not a bad product. Good sturdy boards for the panels, the keyboard feels nice under my fingers (though it can be a bit tiny for those of us with chubby fingers). The few drawbacks I list do not really impact any usage of the folio. They're mostly aesthetic/persnickety bits on my part. Definitely worth it IF there's no custom folio for your device. There were a few drawbacks for me, though.

1. The product review makes it seem like the tablet is held on with a suction cup, but in reality it's a sticky membrane. So far it hasn't left any residue on my tablet, but I'm not too hopeful when I take it off after a month or so of use. It holds very tight, though, and feels pretty solid. I only lament that the portion that holds onto my tablet is only about half the height of my tablet, so when it's folded over it seems like a strong push could send the tablet flying. It only SEEMS that way, though. I personally have not been able to knock it over or even sway it while in use.

2. It didn't fit my tablet exactly, which is to be expected from a generic size product. Because of the fit, though, it always seems just a TAD crooked to me, but doesn't interfere with the way the folio stands or folds, so oh well.

3. The keyboard lays right up against my screen - this is something that almost ALL keyboard folios have, which I personally really hate. I worry about my screen or keys getting mushed, but so far neither has happened. The design of the keyboard seems to limit this, so it's not laying directly flat with the screen.

Oh! I almost forgot! I use a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (the first one). I do not have an external case/shell on it (though this would easily accommodate one). I do have a screen protector on the face though. This would probably ruin any full body protectors on the back due to the sticky membrane.
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