Moshi introduces VersaKeyboard case for iPad Air

Moshi introduces VersaKeyboard case for iPad Air

Moshi's taken the wraps off a new keyboard case designed to work with the iPad Air at CES this week. The VersaKeyboard case costs $100 and is available now.

The VersaKeyboard is an evolution of Moshi's VersaCover design, an "origami inspired"-style folio case for the iPad Air. The cover folds in three different ways to provide different heights and portrait or landscape orientations. The cover supports wake and sleep functionality on the iPad.

A detachable Bluetooth keyboard is included, and it fits into a slot on the polycarbonate shell so you won't forget it. They keyboard uses scissor key switches - the same kind of technology you'll find inside a MacBook Pro keyboard, for example. Moshi estimates the battery to last about 130 hours between charges.

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Peter Cohen

Mac Managing Editor of iMore and weekend Apple Product Professional at a local independent Apple reseller. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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Moshi introduces VersaKeyboard case for iPad Air


Interesting. I just received my VersaCover in the mail yesterday for the Air. Seems to be a pretty good cover/case so far. May have to consider sending it back for the VersaKeyboard though I'm not sure how much I'd really use the keyboard part of it.