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ZAGGkeys FLEX Keyboard and Stand: A New Versatile Combination

by on November 16th, 2011

A new product has emerged from ZAGG that brings together a wireless keyboard and iPad stand. The ZAGGkeys FLEX keyboard and stand is a barebones setup for those looking to carry a wireless solution with them.

When packed away, the Bluetooth keyboard is engulfed by the protective stand, for a slim package ready to go anywhere. The lithium polymer battery will last several months of regular use. The product is a 2012 CES Honoree under the ‘Innovations’ category. I recently had a moment to go hands on with the device at a Future Shop conference and it’s very minimalist, which is great.

The ZAGGkeys FLEX retails for $79.99. Click here to check it out from ZAGG.com.

We’ll have a review unit soon, stay tuned (and possibly a giveaway!).

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  • Rox

    Do you know if the stand will allow to held a ipad2 with an otterbox defender case ? Hard to tell from the video how much space there is at the bottom of the stand.

  • The article states it’s a new combination, but I’ve got a Logitech iPad keyboard and stand that is almost exactly the same concept. (It does have room to accommodate larger cases like the Otterbox).

    The Logitech one seems more attractive, and has a more minimalistic approach to the number of keys on the keyboard which I prefer.  Having tiny keys is kinda frustrating with bigger fingers.

  • By the way, I understand iPadinCanada’s need to make money through advertorials, but I would recommend that you post whether or not the article is an advertorial.

    I find it frustrating when I have to try an analyze an article for its journalistic standards – especially when something is oversold as a “New Versatile Combination” when I bought something just like it many months ago.