ZAGG’s Ultra-thin Tablet Keyboard Case Keeps the iPad Mini 4 Safe
ZAGG is trying hard to get in the lead when the new iPad cases are concerned. Their ultra-popular Folio line of keyboard tablet cases has just been upgraded to include the one compatible with the latest Apple iPad Mini 4. The case delivers familiar all-round protection from bumps and bruises, plus unparalleled functionality. Unique hinge construction allows up to 135 degrees of viewing angles, while backlit keys make typing extra comfortable. There are also built-in magnets, which support the sleep/wake functionality of the case and also act as a magnetic lock. All this comes in an ultra-thin package with a mere 6.9mm thickness.About ZAGG:
What’s in a name? When the name is Phillip Chipping, a combination of ingenuity, inspiration, and irony. The year was 2005, and Phillip was working in his garage. He had been given a watch as a gift, and was determined to find a way to protect it from chips, nicks, and scratches. He found the solution in an amazingly durable film originally made to protect military helicopter blades from high-speed damage. A burst of inspiration and a few tweaks later and the first InvisibleShield design was made, and Zagg was born.
Figuring that if the film was strong enough to protect multi-million dollar helicopter blades, it was strong enough to protect personal audio device screens, Zagg InvisibleShield made its debut protecting the most popular audio device at the time: the Apple® iPod®. Word spread so quickly that Zagg couldn’t keep up with the demand and enlisted the help of a local youth group to help cut and send InvisibleShields to thousands of people across the nation. Eventually demand grew so much that Zagg began selling InvisibleShield around the world, building strong, best-in-class distribution. In a few short years, Zagg grew from that unassuming backyard workshop to being an industry leader.
While InvisibleShield established itself as the #1 selling screen protection, Zagg wanted to look at ways to not only protect mobile devices, but enhance them, as well. In 2010, Zagg pioneered Bluetooth®-enabled tablet keyboards, allowing consumers the option of using their tablet as a PC. Since then, Zagg continues to lead the way in keyboard design by introducing groundbreaking innovations such as an intuitive channel tablet stand, island-style keys, and special function keys. These advancements were so beneficial that they have now become industry standards. In March 2015, Zagg introduced the industry-first foldable Pocket keyboard for smart phones.
The next natural progression for Zagg was to broaden its focus to other categories, offering a full line of mobile accessories for its customers so that they have everything they need from screen protection to power to audio.