Kensington's KeyLite Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio is a slim and stylish wireless\u00a0keyboard for Apple's\u00a0iPad 2 tablet. The keypad has unique touch-sensitive keys that are liquid- and dust-proof, and the folio case\u00a0serves as\u00a0both an\u00a0adjustable, two-position stand and automatic wake\/sleep cover. The inside of the case is made of microfiber material that makes for easy handling, and it\u00a0provides\u00a0basic protection.\n\tThe KeyLite Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard\u00a0uses Bluetooth wireless technology to connect to your iPad, and "pairing" the two devices is simple. You just turn on the keyboard and\u00a0tap the touch-sensitive \u201cConnect\u201d\u00a0key in the upper right-hand corner\u00a0to activate pairing mode. Then initiate the connection process on your iPad. Once paired, the keyboard is ready for use. And the keys are roughly the same size as the iPad\u2019s on-screen, landscape\u00a0keyboard.\n\tAn additional row of keys provides access to media functions such as Play\/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, and volume adjustment.\u00a0The keypad also has\u00a0a dedicated \u201cHome\u201d key and another key to turn the on-screen keyboard on and off.\u00a0It also\u00a0comes with arrow-navigation keys in the style of the Apple Wireless Keyboard, which I thought was a nice feature.\n\tDue to its lack of tactile feedback, the Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio really isn't great for rapid typing. The keyboard worked reasonably well for "hunt and peck" typing, and it detected my key presses well, but I wouldn't expect to perform rapid data entry using this keyboard. To Kensington\u2019s credit, the keyboard does come with a \u201cbuzzer\u201d toggle that emits a \u201cclick\u201d sound\u00a0with each key press.\n\tThe real value of the Ultra Slim Touch keyboard\u00a0is in the precious\u00a0iPad\u00a0screen real estate that it frees up by elimating the on-screen keys. And it may be useful for making small modifications to a spreadsheet when on the go or for making edits to a particularly long document., etc.\u00a0On that note,\u00a0I only recommend\u00a0this keyboard\u00a0for light data entry.\n\tThe Kensington KeyLite Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio is priced at $119.99,\u00a0but it's currently available for\u00a0$95.99 thanks to\u00a0a promotional offer.\u00a0\n\tThe touch sensitive keys of the Kensington KeyLite Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio look great.\n\tThe micro USB port for charging and the On\/Off switch\u00a0are located on the right side of the KeyLite\u00a0Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio\n\tKeyLite Ultra Slim Touch Keyboard Folio:\u00a0Ready to go.