Yep that's the one that I'm choosing as well great keeyboardYes, that is it--still do not see Qode anywhere on the box, but that is exactly the one I have. The only negative I have is that a couple of the keys are not in the traditional place: the home position is asdf jkl' and the semicolon is on the bottom (the Enter key is where the apostrophe should be). Also the parentheses are a little off. I'm a speed typist and do notice the difference, but except for that, it's much better than the Zagg and is lightweight and small enough to take advantage of the new size/weight of the Air.
As I mentioned before, the deal breaker for me with the Zagg is there is no "tablet mode". You have to remove the iPad to use it just as a tablet. The Logitech and Belkin fold over to allow that type of use.FYI, although I had been told otherwise by my local Best Buy, they DO in fact already have the Zagg Folio for iPad Air. I ended up returning my Belkin and getting the Zagg. The dealbreaker for me on the Belkin, after actually using it, was the fact that several of the keys were not in the standard location; I am a speed typist and just could not deal with trying to remember new locations for such keys as ' and ; and ( and ) and a few others.
I do have a Apple wireless keyboard, but as a separate device, its a pain. Its so much nicer to have all in one and then go convertable with it when needed.There aren't too many to choose from yet. I find the current crop of products a bit on the pricey side. I did bid on one that was on eBay. It was $26.50 and has a case and bt keyboard made for the iPad Air. Once I get it I will let you folks know if its worth it. As an aside, if you have a MAC bt keyboard, that can be used with your iPad too.
Quite true. I hope to have my case combo next week. If it's any good, I will let you know.I do have a Apple wireless keyboard, but as a separate device, its a pain. Its so much nicer to have all in one and then go convertable with it when needed.
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