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Kensington KeyFolio Thin X3 keyboard: TUAW Video Review

It's great to see some multitasking accessories starting to come out for iPad Air. Today's TUAW Video Review takes a look at Kensington's new KeyFolio Thin X3 keyboard folio for the iPad Air, which not only acts as a protective folio case and stand with a keyboard, but can also provide a charge to...

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Kensington Portafolio Me: Customizable iPad mini protection

We've seen plenty of customizable cases for iPhones; everything from cases with a clear rear window for photos to our favorite LEGO case, but the Portafolio Me from Kensington (US$39.99) is the first iPad mini case we're aware of that can be customized with a photo or decal to make it specifically...

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Kensington Proximo Fob Phone and Key Finder

Last week I reviewed the nio Tag, a small, clip-on Bluetooth 4.0 tag that works in tandem with an iPhone app to keep you from losing whatever is tagged or the iPhone itself. Whenever the two devices are more than a certain distance away from each other, an alarm sounds to warn you that you're...

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Kensington KeyFolio Pro keyboard folio for iPad Air

Another keyboard folio has just appeared for the iPad Air, this time from longtime accessory manufacturer Kensington. The KeyFolio Pro keyboard folio for iPad Air (US$99.99) is perfect for the person who wants both protection and a keyboard for the iPad Air, as well as a budget price. We'll take a...

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Hands-on with the Kensington USB 3.0 Docking Station with Dual DVI/HDMI/VGA Video (Giveaway!)

The popularity of Apple's MacBook Pro and Air laptops is one of the reasons that Mac sales have increased while PC sales are waning. But if there's one thing that the laptop experience is lacking, it's a plethora of USB 3.0 and video ports. Kensington's USB 3.0 Docking Station with DVI/HDMI/VGA...

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Kensington USB 3.0 Multi-Display Adapter adds video options to your Mac (giveaway!)

Have a need to attach more monitors to your USB 3.0-equipped Mac, but don't want to use a Thunderbolt, Mini DisplayPort, or HDMI port? Kensington may have just the thing for you -- the Universal Multi-Display Adapter (US$79.99 MSRP), AKA the USB 3.0 Multi-Display Adapter. We previewed this...

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Kensington adds Mac compatibility to USB 3.0 docking stations, multi-display adapter

There's more to USB 3.0 than just fast storage; like Intel's Thunderbolt, it can carry video or networking data as well, with the right adapter. Thanks to some advances from DisplayLink (the underlying technology vendor) the Mac compatibility story for USB video is getting better. Kensington...

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Review and giveaway: Kensington KeyCover Hard Shell Keyboard for iPad

There's a new iPad keyboard in town: accessory manufacturer Kensington is now shipping the KeyCover Hard Shell Keyboard for iPad (US$79.99). A competitor to the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover ($99.99), the KeyCover provides the same functions of protecting the iPad screen and being a...

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CES 2013: Kensington offers a tracking solution with the Proximo Tag Kit

Kensington is in attendance at the International CES here in Las Vegas this week, and the company kindly sat down with TUAW this afternoon to show off some of its latest products. The most interesting of their recent offerings is something called the "Proximo Fob and Tag Kit," which is a...

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Kensington SecureBack case keeps iPads safe

Kensington extended its range of computer security products by introducing a new SecureBack case for the iPad 2. The case cradles the iPad 2 and provides it with a ClickSafe Security Anchor that's used on Kenisngton's other protective products. The product targets companies that are handing...

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Found Footage: Kensington Bluetooth keyboard case for iPad

OK, admit it. The multi-touch screen on the iPad is amazing for most of the work that you do, but when you're really trying to type a lot of words quickly, the virtual keyboard sucks. We've seen a few similar keyboard cases demoed over the past few months, but this is the first we can...

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TUAW Macworld Video: Kensington new product demos

Kensington is well-known in the Mac and iPhone space as a provider of peripherals. At Macworld Expo 2009, they've introduced a ton of new products, many designed to help you (in the words of Jim Morrison) keep your eyes on the road and your hands upon the wheel. I visited with Olantha Boeker of...

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Kensington offers first Mac compatible USB display interface

Kensington today announced the sd200V Notebook Docking Station, which is apparently the first Mac compatible DisplayLink adapter. For a while now Windows users have been able to add a secondary display to their system via a USB device. This is the first time Mac users have been so lucky. The sd200V...

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Kensington discontinues Iridio mice

I love my Iridio. It is, if I am remembering correctly, my third Irideo in a row. It's small enough to fit my hand. It's Mac friendly. It has two buttons and it has a scroll wheel. It is, in other words, nearly a perfect mouse. Other than the fact that after about a year its USB bits die. And now...

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Kensington brings that portable keyboard feel to your desktop

I need to come clean: I thoroughly enjoy working on my PowerBook far more than my iMac G5. Why? Other than the obvious portability factor: it's the keyboard. Aside from an ergonomic (where'd those go, anyway?), the PowerBook's keyboard is about the best darn keyboard I've ever laid hands on. Every...

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