With its lighter design and fast A7 processor, the iPad Air is one lean and mean tablet, but it’s not just for fun. Now that the iWork software suite is available for free on any iOS 7 device, and Office for iPad is also for sale, the Air is also a great tool for editing reports, taking notes, crunching numbers or tweaking a last-minute presentation. There’s just one thing missing: a physical keyboard. We tested and reviewed six Bluetooth keyboards designed to work with the iPad Air, evaluating design, typing comfort, special features and more.
Keyboard cases have huge batteries built into them, so why not put them to better use than just typing? The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3($99) not only offers good typing performance, but also lets you recharge your smartphone or tablet, making you all the more productive on the road while lightening your load.