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New Trent Airbender 3.0 New iPad Air Case Cover with Detachable 360° Spin & Wireless Bluetooth Smart Keyboard for Apple iPad 5 (upgraded version)

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  • Compatible with New iPad Air only. Will not fit iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPad first generation.
  • High quality hard clamshell case with matte finish and all metal stand.
  • Ultra-low profile Bluetooth keyboard, with spacious, optimized key design for comfortable & quiet typing experience.
  • Upgraded metal, multi-adjustable arm/stand for vertical and horizontal iPad Air positions.
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  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00ET9YYS2
  • Item model number: NT30B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (932 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Upgrade Complete
Introducing the Airbender 3.0, the upgraded all-in-one Bluetooth keyboard case for your iPad Air. Stylish design, metal hinge, all around protection with a reliable Bluetooth connection - all this in a lightweight design: just 2lbs with iPad installed. Enjoy your New iPad Air a little more -while on the go- with the improved Airbender 3.0 keyboard case!

360 Revolution
Adjust your viewing angle and distance to your heart's desire with the Airbender 3.0's unique ambidextrous all metal arm/hinge. View your iPad Air in landscape or portrait mode by simply rotating the iPad Air, or detach it for an ‘iMac’ experience with your iPad Air.

Spacious Typing
Taking what we know of keyboard design and adding a more spacious, tactile, flat-edge keys and quite typing experience. Let's not forget, paired with the wireless power of Bluetooth allows for easy pairing and consistent connectivity form up to 10 feet away. Dare we say "rejoice in those note taking and typing marathon: productivity maximized.

Keyboard Specifications.
Input: 5V@1A
Bluetooth connection: Range of 33ft or 10m
Dimensions: 9.4 x 7.1 x 0.8 inches

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Customer Reviews

This bluetooth keyboard/case is very easy to use!
KH
The arm bends, allowing viewing at any angle and allows the iPad to be rotated 360 degrees so it can be viewed in either portrait or landscape while still in the case.
MJK's Reading Room
The Good: The bluetooth keyboard pairs quickly, stays connected, has excellent battery life and nice response when typing.
Joshua Traylor

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173 of 179 people found the following review helpful By VB on December 5, 2013
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I really wanted to like this iPad Air (IPA) case after reading all the great reviews, the portrait capability and being totally disappointed with the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio I bought at Best Buy (knowing I might need to return it, which I did.) Unfortunately, the issues and my preferences mean I'll return this case. Here's why:

My previous experience was with a Kensington leather-type folio Bt keyboard case on my iPad 3.

PROS:
Great keyboard feel and very sensible layout. I especially like the top right lock button that requires the function key in order to activate - this minimizes accidental locks which happened all the time on my old case. It also has a dedicated function key row above the number buttons.
Strong hinge made of metal. It seems like this part will last.
Overall versatility. Being able to use it separated with the metal hinge in stand mode and the easy detachment of the iPad are plus. However, I just don't think I will really make use of all these modes as I keep my iPad in the case all the time.

CONS:
The biggest drawback for me was the fact that in the most typical landscape mode, the iPad does not sit in the trough above the keyboard tray at a convenient angle WITHOUT unlocking and sliding the metal hinge out. If you don't extend the hinge, the iPad screen sits at less than a 90° angle. I couldn't believe they designed the product this way. I expect 90% of my iPad usage will be as a traditional mini-laptop and having to mess with the metal hinge release and extending it out every time is a deal breaker.
I also noticed the 360° rotatable hinge, while being a cool feature, seems to get scratched by the metal hinge arms since there is not enough clearance as you rotate it.
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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful By M. Cohen on November 21, 2013
I received the keyboard case and easily slipped my iPad Air into the plastic backing portion of the case. It snaps in securely and there's no chance of it falling out. The case is nice and thin and has smartly sized cutouts for the volume rocker, mute switch, camera, headphone jack, logo, microphone, and docking port. There's also a grill-type covering for the speaker that doesn't seem to dampen the sound at all. Without the keyboard, it makes for a nice protective plastic case. One improvement from the previous Airbender case is that while there is a 'show off' circle around the apple logo (needed for attaching the keyboard - more on that later), there is a transparent plastic covering - this is great because it means that no part of the iPad Air back is exposed if you lay it down on a table / surface.

I used the previous case for almost a year and became very familiar with it and had to get this new one right away to match my new iPad Air.

Before getting to the keyboard, what is nice about the plastic back is that the raised cutout (again, with the transparent plastic covering for protection) around the logo makes it very easy to feel secure about holding the iPad. Your fingers have a place to 'hook' into, and so I know I'm not going to slip and drop it (which is something I could see myself doing otherwise)

There's a very nice guide online showing you how to attach the keyboard to the iPad online at <[...]>. Once you use the case for a little while, you'll develop your own 'favorite' way of connecting and disconnecting it. The new 2.0 Airbender case is much slimmer than the older case, which is nice, but did mean that I had to re-learn how to quickly disconnect the case from the keyboard.
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79 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Bojan Tunguz HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 10, 2013
This is my second New Trent Airbender iPad case/keyboard combo. It is a very sturdy, elegant and functional Bluetooth keyboard case for your iPad Air. It is designed for people who want to use their iPad Air in some very rough and physically demanding environments. It is also a stylish case that will not be out of place in your hip neighborhood coffee shop.

One of the first things you notice about this case is that it’s pretty heavy, although not as heavy as the original version of Airbender. The case has been obviously redesigned, and it has lost some of its bulk. The new case doesn’t come with the several layers of protection for the iPad, which made it fairly hard to put your iPad in and out.

The case is indeed very sturdy and it covers your iPad Air almost completely, except for the screen, which is now completely exposed. It imbues one with a confidence that the case will protect your iPad Air from most falls and bumps, although I have not been brave enough to venture an actual physical test. The case detaches from the keyboard, and it allows you to use the iPad by itself. All ports are exposed and are easily accessible with cords.

The keyboard paired up with my iPad Air very easily and without any hitches. It also maintained connection for the duration of use. The keyboard is charged through a micro USB slot on the side. (An Apple compatible charging port might have been a more appropriate choice, but knowing how reluctant Apple is to let the third-party vendors use its ports, this was likely not going to happen.) The keyboard is very responsive, and I for the most part like the key action. However, this sized keyboard is cramped, and it will really vary from one individual to the next how comfortable you find typing on a keyboard of this size.
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