Belkin’s QODE Thin Type keyboard for the iPad Air is finally available

Back in October 2013, Belkin announced the QODE which is basically a keyboard accessory for the iPad. Well it looks like after months of it having been announced, Belkin has officially announced that the QODE is now available for purchase, which is a little strange but better late than never, right? For those who missed the announcement from last year, the QODE is essentially a keyboard accessory that is usable together with the iPad. 

Mobile accessory maker Belkin on Thursday announced that its QODE Thin Type keyboard, a slim Bluetooth-connected aluminum keyboard for the iPad Air, is now available for purchase nearly six months after its debut. Originally unveiled last October, the QODE Thin Type is made of anodized aluminum and comes in at just 4 millimeters thick. The keyboard attaches to Apple’s tablet using the built-in Smart Cover magnets and sports an “auto off” function designed to conserve power. Belkin touts the Thin Type’s design as a way to combine a protective screen cover and keyboard into a single piece. The keyboard does not, however, act as a full case for the iPad. 

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