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The Typo Keyboard Case

LAS VEGAS -- Meet the Typo for iPad Air and iPad Mini. These are cases paired with a detachable Bluetooth keyboard, and while the $179 price tag seems a bit steep, the product is shaping up rather nicely. UK and Australian details weren't announced but the US price converts to roughly £120 or AU$220.

We checked them out here at the 2015 International CES -- see all CNET's coverage here.

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The case comes in two sizes to fit all models of the iPad Air and iPad Mini, and both variants pack full-size keys.

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The units I saw were still preproduction prototypes so things are likely to change. But the full-size keys are roomy and comfortable, and make for fast, relatively error-free typing.

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The Bluetooth keyboard attaches by way of magnets. The keys are rather shallow, which is to be expected, given how thin the keyboard is.

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The flexible friction stand unfolds from the back of the case, and can prop your tablet up at a variety of angles.

For all CNET's coverage of CES 2015, click here.

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