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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Belkin FastFit Keyboard

Belkin FastFit Keyboard

Belkin FastFit Keyboard

Belkin FastFit Keyboard

Convertible Case for Apple Keyboard

Convertible Case for Apple Keyboard

Convertible Case for Apple Keyboard

Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad

Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad

Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad

Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad

Belkin Lego iPhone 5 case

Belkin Lego iPhone 5 case

Belkin Vans iPhone 5 cases

Belkin iPhone 5 charge cases

LAS VEGAS--Much like the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, the FastFit keeps a low profile but holds the iPad securely.
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A close-up look at the two viewing positions, a unique feature in a keyboard cover.
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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.
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The FastFit also works in portrait orientation.
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What a clever little case: Belkin's $49 convertible design absorbs a standard Bluetooth Apple keyboard and turns it into an iPad typing accessory.
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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.
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Three separate magnets orient the iPad at different angles. Magnet sensors turn the keyboard on and off when not in use.
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The back of the Keyboard Case looks sleek -- no extra bulk.
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As an added bonus, a small side opening amplifies the iPad's speaker sound.
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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.
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The colorful Lego iPhone 5 case in my hand.
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A Vans license means some pretty awesome sneaker-tread iPhone 5 cases coming soon.
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iPhone 5 charge cases, anyone? These aren't out yet, but we wish they were -- iPhone 5 charge cases are hard to come by.
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