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Do you wish your iPad Air functioned more like a MacBook Air? Then the Cooper Kai S360 keyboard case is your best case scenario. This keyboard case is designed to compliment the Apple aesthetic. It also enhances iPad's functionality with the built-in Bluetooth keyboard. To top it off, the Kai S360 offers even more functionality through its rotating display. Its design allows for many display possibilities along with the convenience of folding keyboard out of sight when you don't need it.
Beginning with its design, the Cooper Kai S360 is made entirely of polycarbonate (plastic) material to keep things as lightweight as possible. The material has a polished aluminum-like finish designed to compliment the Apple aesthetic. And the Kai S360 also features a circular cutout for that Apple insignia to show through (minus the glowing effect of course).
As for the iPad Air, the tablet snaps easily into the form-fitting holding shell which has all the necessary cutouts to keep the device completely functional while encased.
With a simple flip of the Kai S360's lid, the iPad Air is automatically awakened and instantly laptop mode ready. The featured keyboard is a US-English QWERTY type consisting of 64 plastic key caps, 12 of which are specially devouted for short-cutting specific iPad Air functions. While testing the case, we can feel the keys are nicely weighted to closely mimic real laptop like function. The Kai S360 provides up 80 hours of uninterupted use on a single charge (charging cable included). Also worth noting is that the embedded keyboard is sunken slightly to ensure the keys do not contact the tablet's display once the case is closed shut for travel.
What we like most about the Kai S360 is its integrated rotating stand design. The case features a magnetic hinge that initially allows the display to open up 180° from its closed position. Additionally, the special hinge design allows the user to conveniently fold the keyboard out of sight. This is a cool feature that troubleshoots the issue of having to dismount the tablet when you don't need the keyboard.