iPad Mini 4 Keyboard, Snugg [Black] Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard Case Cover 360° degree Rotatable Keyboard for Apple iPad Mini 4

Due to its innovative design, the keyboard is the case! The iPad Mini 4 with Retina keyboard case combines a wireless Keyboard with a built-in 360 degree rotating iPad stand. This tablet-protecting case is smart, sleek and resilient. Simply slot your iPad Mini 4 with Retina into the ultra-thin PC case to secure your device. It’s then both extremely quick and easy to pair the wireless keyboard over Bluetooth with your iPad. Once connected, features include a home screen key which allows you to quickly exit an application. Shortcut combination keys work too. No batteries needed as you can charge the keyboard via a USB cable – this is provided as part of the product. With an operating distance of 10 meters you can take the iPad out of the case and still use the keyboard! Great if you’re working on something in a group or conference situation and everyone needs to see the screen.

Key Features

360 Degree Rotating iPad Stand
Smart, Sleek and Resilient
Wireless Keyboard
Operating Distance of 10 Meters

Product Features

  • Multi-angle adjustments to meet your visual needs
  • High quality lightweight materials
  • Fits the iPad Mini 4 perfectly with sleek and stylish design
  • Bluetooth interface with long battery life
  • Full access to all ports while it’s cased

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2 Responses to iPad Mini 4 Keyboard, Snugg [Black] Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard Case Cover 360° degree Rotatable Keyboard for Apple iPad Mini 4

  1. D. Melanogaster says:

    Great except for the apostrophe and question mark! — THIS JUST IN: I returned it!! I’d been looking for a keyboard like this for so long — one that swivels around so that, when you just want to use your iPad as a tablet, the keyboard swivels around and folds away. The keyboard is pretty small but I can manage. However, here’s the real annoyance: the question mark and apostrophe, two keys I use constantly, require holding down the Function key simultaneously. This is crazy! I use these keys all the time. I understand that they needed the room, but why not move, say, the <...

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