Accessories for Apple's latest iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad Air 2 have been hugely popular at this year's CES. Kensington received an Innovation Honoree award for its KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus case for iPad Air 2.
Even though Apple doesn't take part in CES, its devices are among the most popular at the show each year. This year is no different and the CES 2015 showroom floor was packed with accessories, software and services for iPads, iPhones and the iPod touch. Cases, chargers, and Bluetooth keyboards were among the most popular categories and Kensington's new KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus for the iPad Air 2 combines all three functions into an ultrasleek, premium, and award-winning device.
"Today's iPad and iPhone users don't want to risk running out of battery life. They want to know that they have the power they need to get the job done, regardless of where they are," said Jim Murakami, global product marketing manager at Kensington. "With the new KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus, we're taking power to the next level while also giving users the high-performance keyboard they want to be more productive. It's the perfect mix of function, style and efficiency."
The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus for iPad Air 2 features a built-in Bluetooth keyboard with a full six rows of "high-performance scissor keys" that makes typing fast and comfortable. The folio case protects the iPad Air 2, thanks to its form-fitting and durable exterior that comes complete with aluminum accents that provide a strong and premium feel.
Kensington has also included a "PowerLift" technology that allows the case to fully charge an iPhone two or three times and will provide an iPad with as much as a 50 percent charge, according to the company. Users simply plug an iPhone or iPad into the USB port on the case to access the large 4,500 mAh internal battery. The Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 Plus for iPad Air 2 retails for $119.99 and will go on sale in the near future.