Incipio, maker of several popular iOS device accessories, has announced a brand new product. Its Steno Bluetooth Keyboard Folio for iPad Air (pictured above) offers owners of Apple’s larger tablet “an ultra-thin hard shell case with sliding keyboard,” and it’s available to order now.
Priced at $99.99, iPad Air owners can pick up the Steno Bluetooth Keyboard Folio from Incipio’s website, or from select U.S. resellers. In a press release that recently reached our inbox, Incipio explained:
The versatile Steno™ Keyboard Folio transforms the iPad Air into a mobile work station with the convenience of Bluetooth® connection and flexibility of the sliding keyboard. Ideal for work or leisure, the Steno™ Keyboard Folio provides easy adjustability and multiple viewing and typing angles. The sliding keyboard features a 78 key keyboard, 14 quick access short-cut functions including a dedicated screenshot button, and optimized key spacing for superior typing efficiency.
It’s definitely possible to get a serious amount of work done using an iPad, and keyboard folios help increase user productivity – especially if your line of work requires a lot of typing. Incipio’s chief executive, Andy Fathollahi, said: “The Steno is one of our most convenient and practical mobile accessories for iPad Air that features an all-in-one design making it easy and comfortable to type on the go – no desk or table required.”
He added: “The easy glide of the sliding keyboard and the multifunctional design separates our keyboard folio apart from many others on the market.”
Besides featuring its slide-out keyboard, the Steno Bluetooth Keyboard Folio also includes hard shell casing on the front and back, and offers users a polished and professional design which employs glossy and matte black textures.
Below, we’ve included a handful of images of Incipio’s Steno Bluetooth Keyboard Folio. For more information, including the option of purchasing the $99.99 case for yourself, head over to Incipio’s website.
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