Kensington's KeyFolio Pro 2 is an iPad case with a\u00a0removable Bluetooth\u00a0keyboard that\u00a0is optimized for\u00a0heavy typing.\u00a0A uniquely-designed\u00a0velcro fastener ensures stability when the case is open, and it can be\u00a0used\u00a0at viewing angles of 20 to 70 degrees. When closed, the\u00a0KeyFolio Pro\u00a02 case offers basic protection from scratches and nicks.\n\tThe Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 removable keyboard, case & stand in an inclined position with the keyboard removed.\n\tKeyFolio Pro 2 Removable Keyboard, Case & Stand\n\tThe KeyFolio Pro 2 is relatively\u00a0bulky, and it has high-quality stitching that looks built-to-last. The case\u00a0allows access to all of the iPad's\u00a0ports, and it\u00a0doesn't block the front\u00a0or back cameras, speakers or buttons. The inside bottom edge of the case is lined with Velcro hooks that hold the folio steady when in use, which makes for a degree of stability missing from many comparable cases.\n\tThe keyboard attaches to the case using magnets, and it can be easily removed. Removing the keyboard doesn't reduce the weight of the unit, but\u00a0the front cover\u00a0can be folded back\u00a0so it's easier to hold in\u00a0one hand when it's removed. Taking out the keyboard also\u00a0lets you tilt the case\u00a0to\u00a0angles that are more comfortable for watching video clips or surfing the Web.\n\tThe on\/off toggle on the right-hand side of the Bluetooth keyboard.\n\tThe Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 keyboard placed flat on the table.\n\tA close-up shot of the faux leather exterior with high-quality stitching along the edges.\n\tKensington has learned from its mistakes with\u00a0earlier keyboard\u00a0cases, and it eliminated some past\u00a0features that\u00a0weren't implemented properly. For example, Kensington decided not to\u00a0use magnets to automatically shut down the iPad\u2013a wise choice\u00a0since the\u00a0KeyFolio Pro 2\u2019s thickness makes it difficult to precisely align the cover.\n\tThe case and the attached keyboard are wider than the iPad. This means that the keys are not as cramped as some of the other iPad\u00a0keyboards out there; the keys are hard plastic and offer a tactile feel comparable to the average laptop keyboard. And an\u00a0easily-accessabile on\/off button on the right side allows the keyboard to be quickly switched on and off.\n\tConclusion: KeyFolio Pro 2\n\tI don\u2019t really like the KeyFolio Pro 2's faux-leather material, but\u00a0the case is a well-designed product.\u00a0It is rugged and will definitely protect the iPad against scratches, knocks and the occasional drops.\n\tWhat impressed me most was the quality of the\u00a0removable keyboard and how responsive it felt when typing. Though it's not cheap at $100, I recommend the Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2 as a work tool for users who don\u2019t mind its above-average heft and\u00a0want protection and a good keyboard.