These protective cases keep fragile iPads safe while enabling easy typing. Within their leather and microfiber construction, the cases conceal full QWERTY keyboards that host thin and tactile chiclet-style keycaps. The keyboards hook up wirelessly to iPads with Bluetooth and feature rechargeable batteries so you never have to hand-crank before tweeting again.
Product number: IH-IP2105N (for iPad 2/3/4/5)
Case for iPad
Built-in QWERTY keyboard
Soft leather finish
Protective microfiber lining
Full access to screen, buttons, and ports
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
One-year limited lifetime warranty
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Connects to iPad fine, typing comfortable however problems have been ...straps to hold device very flimsy I often have to check it so ipad doesn't slip out of case. Also there is no hole for the camera so if I want to use the camera I have to take it out of case. Loose keys- have lost one.
right after connecting the keyboard, which was in perfect condition, I started typing and realized the "A" key and the "1" key did not work. Might be a great deal but it was a waste of money. I thought Groupon just sold discounted goods not non-working, defective goods. Definitely not buying any more Groupon goods!
It sounded like a good idea, so I bought one. Within a few days, the case cracked at the hinge and I noticed that the keys stopped working. I don't think I'm going to fall for any more of the Groupon garbage deals. I've gotten four and two of them were poor quality, and the other two they sent me the wrong items but will not respond to whether or not they can be replaced with the correct items. Oh, one item, the three pack of cell/iPad backup chargers didn't fit iPhones or iPads and they were returned. Doubt they refund my money either.
The stand wouldn't work unless it was pushed up to another object to prevent it from sliding. Also, the charge chord was not working properly. The wires were exposed at the keyboard end. You had to position it just right and hope it would charge. I'm glad I didn't pay more than I did.
My keyboard was a little scratched and when I pulled the tape off of the on/off switch, part of the case came off with the tape. I was also disappointed that it didn't come with an owners manual to tell me how long to charge it or how to use the kickstand. It shows on the box that it comes with a manual but mine did not. But I guess for $5.00 I can't complain, much!