QODEIt’s time to start thinking about Christmas presents and our good friends over at Belkin recently unveiled a new line of specially designed cases and keyboards to stylishly protect and enhance the new iPad Air. They sent me a couple to try but unfortunately, I don’t have the new iPad Air (yet)—but they look awesome! I know many readers do have one or will be getting one from Santa, here’s an idea of what the new line looks like:

For the iPad Air, Belkin updated and improved its award-winning keyboard case collection and unveiled a new family name: QODE. All new keyboards come with Belkin’s exclusive TruType keyboard for superior typing accuracy, optimal tactile response and a comfortable, laptop-like feel.

QODE Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air: $129.99 (LINK: http://amzn.to/1ecW6JO)
Top-of-the-line features and dual-sided aluminum protection in a sleek and slim body for those wanting to use their iPad as a laptop replacement.

QODE Thin Type Keyboard Case for iPad Air $99.99 (LINK: http://amzn.to/18wOLVa)
Ultra-thin and lightweight, offering unsurpassed portability and ease of attachment for those who don’t want a keyboard all the time.

QODE Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air $79.99 (LINK: http://amzn.to/19R3ciM)
Full protection in a slim, stylish folio design in 5 colors: Black, Red, Topaz, Sorbet and Purple.


Cases and Folios:
Belkin’s iPad Air and iPad Mini collection features 10 unique cases and folios designed to match any style, activity or use. 

APEX360 Advanced Protection Case for iPad Mini (LINK: http://amzn.to/18fAT3D)
The APEX60 is the thinnest extreme protection case on the market and is built to surpass the US Military’s 6-foot drop test. Crafted from an innovative rubberized material, the APEX360 offers enhanced shock absorption in a stylish package.

FreeStyle Cover for iPad Air (LINK: http://amzn.to/19R3q9N)
The all-new FreeStyle Cover features Belkin’s thinnest case with a removable QuickStand front cover that snaps on for use as a stand or protective front cover and quickly detaches for minimalist back protection. Available in Blacktop, Slate and Sorbet.

LapStand Cover for iPad Air (LINK: http://amzn.to/1i48fGE)
Designed specifically for use while lounging, the LapStand Cover is crafted with a unique ComfortForm material that helps to keep the IPad Air balanced comfortably on a lap for easy hands-free viewing. Available in Blacktop, Purple and Stone microfiber, or Charcoal, Red, Cream and Sorbet twill

FormFit Cover for iPad Air (LINK: http://amzn.to/1ecY2lF)
For those looking to cover the IPad Air in color and pattern, the FormFit offers a wide range of stylish options while keeping a slim, minimalist profile. Many options available including a two-toned palette in Blacktop, a stylish scales pattern in Fuchsia, and a fresh striped pattern in Pink.

1 Comment On "Travel Product(s) of the Week: Keyboards and Cases for iPad Air"
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