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Now, get `spill-resistant` keyboard cover for your latest Apple iPad Air

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Now, get `spill-resistant` keyboard cover for your latest Apple iPad Air
Now, get `spill-resistant` keyboard cover for your latest Apple iPad Air

Washington – Logitech has reportedly created an innovative, ‘spill resistant’ keyboard cover for Apple’s latest lightening fast and thinner iPad Air.

The Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio has a keyboard layout, which is thinner than its previous version for the iPad 4 and its minimal construction goes well with the Air tablet.

According to Cnet, despite being thinner and minimal, the cost of the keyboard at 149.99 dollars is likely to put of customers for being expensive.

The case appears to be covered in a rubbery, silicone-like material, which feels soft on the outside but on the inside the rubberized fabric has a little more friction.

The keys are flat, responsive but oddly spaced and like previous FabricSkin, the A key shares its space with Caps Lock, the Tab and Q keys are combined, and colon/semicolon and other punctuation keys are compressed.

However, there are some premium features like the cover automatically pairs with the iPad after snapping into position against a magnet above the keyboard and thus, saves battery life and when the cover is folded into tablet-viewing mode, the keyboard is deactivated.

The report said that the FabricSkin, weighing 0.94 pound, almost equal to the iPad Air itself, can be recharged via Micro-USB and a full charge would last at least three months.

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