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FabricSkin Keyboard Folio is Perfect for Your Cross-Dressing iPad

by Shane McGlaun
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Deep down, if your iPad really wants to look like a Microsoft Surface RT tablet, Logitech can help make that happen. The company has announced a thin new keyboard case specifically for the second, third, and fourth generation iPad tablets. The case is called the FabricSkin Keyboard Folio.

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The case is covered on the outside with a water repellent fabric and the keyboard itself is resistant to spills. It also features a built-in magnetic stand that allows you to prop the tablet up at an angle for comfortable typing. The FabricSkin has embedded magnets to automatically turn off the iPad when you close the cover, and automatically turn it back on when you open the cover.

The keyboard has an internal rechargeable battery that charges using a USB port. It comes multiple colors, including red-orange, black, blue, and yellow.

The Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio is available to pre-order right now for $149.99(USD), though it’s unclear exactly when the it will ship.

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