While there is nothing new below the sun, there’s always something new to learn each day. I don’t know if you’ll find your precious details in the piece below, nevertheless it’s worth a look.
While we still haven’t been able to compare it to the current generation of Logitech’s similar Ultrathin Keyboard Cover (also $99.99), we were able to give Belkin’s new thin keyboard a workout. How did it fare? Read on! Specifications Dimensions: 6.6 inches wide x 9.4 inches tall (169.5 mm x 240 mm). Thickness varies from .16 inches (4 mm) over most of the keyboard to a maximum of .39 inches (10 mm). Weight: 12.6 ounces (357.2 grams) Materials: Aluminum and polycarbonate Estimated battery life: 79 hours active, 3100 hours standby Charging cable: USB to micro-USB (included) Design Highlights When looking at the keyboard, the QODE Thin Type Keyboard Case is surprisingly similar in looks to the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover in that there is a horizontal slot above the keys where the iPad Air is placed. There’s also a hinged piece that connects the Keyboard Case magnetically to the iPad Air as a cover (the magnets are in the iPad Air, of course).
Initially found at: http://www.tuaw.com/2014/05/05/belkins-qode-thin-type-keyboard-case-for-ipad-air/
I located this today and thought it could be relevant.
The 16GB LTE Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet costs the same as Apple’s equivalent iPad. Apple does offer a 32GB cellular model, at 579. Other options include 64GB and 128GB Wi-Fi only- and cellular iPad Airs. These range from 559 for the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad, up to 739 for a 128GB Wi-Fi and cellular iPad Air. So there is more variety in the iPad Air range, but if you want a 32GB Wi-Fi-only tablet the Xperia Z2 Tablet is cheaper. One other thing to consider: a quick online search suggests that if you shop around you can get the Xperia Z2 Tablet cheaper than you can the iPad Air.
Initially found at: http://review.techworld.com/mobile-wireless/3514688/ipad-air-vs-xperia-z2-tablet-comparison/?olo=rss
Fortunately, the iPad doesnt seem to be as affected as the iPhone, but since iOS 7.1.1 is proving buggy, it might be a better idea to spiff up your iPad Air with a new case while sitting the fence on the new software. And there are several inexpensive ways to do this, thanks to Amazons ongoing iPad Air case specials . Lets take a look at those deals. The Fintie SmartShell Case for iPad Air is listed as the number one best seller among touchscreen tablet skins and decals, and its also quite solidly reviewed, with an average grade in the four-star range (out of five) covering over a thousand reviews. Its also one of the more affordable iPad Air cases available, as it sells for only $10.99 instead of the usual $25.99. Pricing, however, may vary based on color the cheapest available option is in black.
Acquired from: http://gadgetinsiders.com/ipad-air-case-deals-this-week-otterbox-defender-series-case-for-ipad-air-selling-at-lower-price-16007/