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LAS VEGAS--Much like the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, the FastFit keeps a low profile but holds the iPad securely.
A close-up look at the two viewing positions, a unique feature in a keyboard cover.
Belkin's new keyboard cover/case for the iPad has two different viewing positions, auto-awake magnets, and up to 80 hours of battery life. It'll cost $80.
The FastFit also works in portrait orientation.
What a clever little case: Belkin's $49 convertible design absorbs a standard Bluetooth Apple keyboard and turns it into an iPad typing accessory.
Hitting the high end and coming this spring, the $99 Ultimate Keyboard Case meshes a sturdy magnetized aluminum and plastic keyboard with a snug back case. A fancy white version will cost $129.
Three separate magnets orient the iPad at different angles. Magnet sensors turn the keyboard on and off when not in use.
The back of the Keyboard Case looks sleek -- no extra bulk.
As an added bonus, a small side opening amplifies the iPad's speaker sound.
A surprise at Belkin's booth were these little Lego cases, soon to be debuting at New York's Toy Fair. The price and release date are TBD, but they have a cute little Lego panel on the back for adding a Lego diorama to your phone.
The colorful Lego iPhone 5 case in my hand.
A Vans license means some pretty awesome sneaker-tread iPhone 5 cases coming soon.
iPhone 5 charge cases, anyone? These aren't out yet, but we wish they were -- iPhone 5 charge cases are hard to come by.