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Briefly: Favi Swivel Screen Portfolio for iPad Air, Luminous for OS X

03/12, 12:35pm

Swivel Screen Portfolio Case features detachable Bluetooth keyboard

Favi has announced its release of the Swivel Screen Portfolio case for iPad Air, featuring a detachable Bluetooth keyboard. Aiming to fill the gap between tablet and laptop usage, the portfolio case positions an iPad Air in a similar manner to a Macbook setup. Its Bluetooth keyboard holds an 80-hour charge if used continually, and includes scissor-switch keys, which allow for quiet and stable typing. Fully adjustable, the stand can rotate for comfortable viewing. Available in black, silver and gold, the Favi Swivel Screen Portfolio with keyboard is priced at $40.

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Favi shows off small Bluetooth keyboard with trackpad

10/19, 11:36am

Favi Bluetooth Mini keyboard pairs with tablets, more for wireless control

Favi Entertainment, which recently outed the Android 4.1-powered Streaming Stick, has now introduced its Mini Bluetooth keyboard. It pairs over Bluetooth and includes a USB receiver that stores inside the keyboard for connecting to devices that have a USB port but not Bluetooth radio. The keys are backlit, and there is a small trackpad on the right along with a built-in laser pointer, making the device particularly useful for presentations.

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