Belkin this week announced a Bluetooth keyboard case for the iPad mini. The keyboard is designed to attach to the iPad for some protection, while flipping open to support the iPad while typing. The FastFit is only 7mm thick, which Belkin points out is thinner than the iPad itself. The keyboard also features the company's TruType keyboard, which it says offers faster and better key spacing for typing.
The FastFit is made of anodized aluminum and supports Bluetooth 3.0. It has a 200 mAh rechargeable battery, which the company says provides up to 155 hours of use.
The FastFit will have a suggested retail price of $79.99. No shipping time is known yet, but the people can sign up for a notification when it does go on sale.
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