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ZAGG Folio Case, Hinged with Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad mini 4 - Black

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  • NOTE:This item fits iPad mini 4 only.
  • Multiple viewing angles let you adjust your screen through 135 degrees - just like a laptop.
  • A fabric cover protects your tablet and keyboard while maintaining a look that complements your personality.
  • Backlit, island-style keys maximize space for faster, more natural typing, even in low-light situations.
  • Enjoy up to two years of typing between charges with its super powerful, rechargeable battery.

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Customer Reviews

Working fine for now I've read the reviews from others who had hinge problems after a certain amount of time, but for eighteen bucks I couldn't turn this thing down. So far, after about 3 weeks of use, mine's been working fine. It's so cheap that if it does break, I'll just buy another one.Beyond the potential hinge issue, as a case and keyboard for the iPad Mini 4, this thing's great. It feels really solid when closed, and offers great protection. No creaks or movement at all. When open, it's like a tiny little laptop. The keyboard works intuitively - I haven't had to re-pair it or anything after initial setup, it just works. It's not always connected, of course, as it is a Bluetooth keyboard, but if I just hit the "home" button or start typing, within 3-4 seconds it'll get all of my keypresses. Of course then it's connected until it goes to sleep again, which it does after some period of non-use.The key feel is pretty good for a small, cheap keyboard. I can type on it like I type on any small laptop. I'd go so far as to say that it feels better than Apple's own butterfly keyboards...Also nice to have backlighting, and RGB backlighting to boot! In a keyboard case this cheap.Battery life is really good. I've charged it once in the 3 weeks or so that I've had it, and it only took about 20 minutes to do that, so I don't think it was even all that low. I just did it because I realized I hadn't since I got it.So far, no complaints. I am cognizant of the common complaints about the hinge, so I've been being a little careful. But this thing was/is so cheap, it's still a good deal for everything else you get even if it does break prematurely. I'd expect to pay like $50 or more for something like this. So even if I buy 2 or 3 of them over the life of my iPad Mini 4, I've still come out pretty good. 5Solid keyboard totally usable for iPad Mini 5 (though not quite a perfect fit) I'm loving the solid, protective feel of this keyboard case, though this solidness does make it feel just a bit heavier than expected. The keyboard is easy to pair with the iPad Mini via bluetooth, and the fit is acceptable for the 5th generation iPad Mini, though the alignment with the volume buttons and camera lens is not ideal. Unless you hold the case in your hand, it is nearly impossible to securely position it vertically, so portrait-mode lovers will want to avoid this model. Also, I find it very difficult to remove my iPad Mini 5 from the case, so if for any reason you tend to take your Mini out of the case often, this keyboard would not be a good choice. And how is it to type on? A total joy - keys that are easy to press but that spring back with some zest, and once you get used to the compact size, your fingers can fly across the keyboard. 4Disappointed - inferior to previous Zagg product I had a Zagg rugged book wireless keyboard case for my ipad mini 3 and it worked great. However, this Zagg is a big disappointment. When I first got it, it kept disconnecting from my ipad, repeatedly, and i had to restart the ipad and repair it each time to get it to work again. It would never stay connected long. I got Zagg to send me a warranty replacement. The new keyboard is working BETTER than the previous one, but it still disconnects regularly and I have to restart the ipad to get the bluetooth to register the keyboard again. I know it's not a problem with the ipad because the bluetooth is working seamlessly with my air pods. I am glad I only paid $18 for this because it's junk. I gave it 2 stars only because I really like the keyboard itself and it's really easy to type on...when it actually connects. I will be shopping for a new case from another brand once more options become available for ipad mini 5. 2Good protection, good keyboard, good BT--but only lasted 9 months I liked this case a lot, although it has a vexing design flaw: you can't tap the very bottom of the touchscreen because the case gets in the way. That's caused me some moderate frustration. However, I had learned to live with that for nine months--I liked the keyboard a lot, liked the good-sized Enter and Shift keys, its great battery life and light weight, and the good protection it provided. Then the hinge glue came apart (at normal room temperature) and the thing flattened out like roadkill.So I got a different case (Earto Case 7), which weighs more, is protective but thicker and a bit clunky, has a nice, solid feel to it, allows you to change backlighting to 7 different colors, has tiny Enter and Shift keys on the right that I can't always hit correctly without eyeballing them (otherwise it has a nice, solid keyboard that feels right), cost more than twice as much as the Zagg, has a hinge that doesn't rely on glue to hold it together, and allows you to access the entire screen. Now that the full screen is accessible again, I don't think I would go back to the Zagg--and I think I'm liking the new one better overall, despite its extra weight and tiny Shift and Enter keys. But maybe that's because it's new and it works. 3Terrible Durability. Decent Warranty. I purchased my first Zagg Folio keyboard case on August 31, 2016. Up to today, I've gotten 7 warranty replacements from Zagg for the exact same issue. After some use, sometimes a week, sometimes several months, they all break along the hinge between the part of the case that holds the iPad, and the keyboard (as pictured in the attached photo).I would think, that after the inordinate amount of replacements they've issued, Zagg might catch on and fix the underlying issue. It seems as though they haven't.Now, issuing 7 warranty replacements without issue is, on the one hand, impressive. On the other hand, it's an immense hassle, and each replacement costs a $9.99 shipping charge paid directly to Zagg, and the actual shipping cost to send the broken case back.I just did the math, and my 7 replacements have cost about $130. Add in the original purchase price, and that's a total cost of ownership of somewhere north of $150. I'm looking for a better option.In its defense, apart from the "hinges eventually break" issue, it's a great keyboard case. The backlight, battery life and protection it offers is fantastic. If Zagg fixed the durability issue, I'd recommend it without hesitation. 2Best ipad mini case EVER to replace your laptop Best case for ipad mini! I've bought 2 of these previously. Turns your ipad mini into a laptop.PROS:1. Keyboard has the best feel. Keys are easy to type on, feels like a desktop keyboard. Some ipad keyboards have buttons in odd places or odd functions (like pressing shift + delete to backspace). This is very intuitive. I could type all day on this one! It's honestly better than my desktop keyboard.2. Backlighting keyboard- beautiful colors, and dimmable (3 brightness levels). I use this feature most on the airplane. The colors range from a deep blue, teal, white, yellow, green, red, and pink.3. Not bulky at all- very slim profile.4. Professional look. The stitching on the outside gives a classy look, in my opinion5. Long charge! I can use this for weeks without charging. I barely remember to do it.6. Hinge is sturdy, and ipad stays where you put it. Doesn't flop over or move around. Good for watching movies, typing, or working at different angles.CONS:1. Doesn't swivel. You can hold it like a book, but it's awkward. Pretty much for landscape view only.2. Exterior scratches easily. I've picked up a few dings during my travels. 5Works for the 2019 iPad Mini 5 I wasn't able to find any information on the iPad mini 5's compatibility for this, but bought it anyway. It fits the device just fine, but because apple made small changes to the placement of the volume buttons and camera, they are a bit offset. This does not inhibit functionality at all. The charging port and speakers are not blocked. I read some reviews about the hinge being a potential stress and break point, but I've had it for about a week now and have been opening it carefully for this reason. 4Solid keyboard case I read the reviews and was concerned about the hinge. I have an iPad Mini, and while I haven't hand the ZAGG for long, the hinge looks and feels seriously robust It is a single hinge running from 1" from each edge.The negative is that the bottom of the screen is almost untouchable, as the hinge gets in the way. Minus 1 star for that.Also, obviously, the iPad mini is small so the case is small so the keyboard is small, smaller than a normal keyboard.Update 30 September 2017: This thing wears like iron. I use it to travel, thrown in a pack as I run around. The battery seems to last forever...30+ days without a charge and still going. Great stuff. Upping the rating to 5 stars. 5Good cover; pretty sturdy Got this for a new ipad 5th gen; so first thing to talk about: while the cover is for ipad4, it works with ipad 5 but you need to use a filer to stretch the opening for the volume buttons, because they are a hair off; and that cause the volume button to be pressed while you touch the case. Also you loose the microphone, since it is not placed like on the ipad 4, right below the rear camera.Beside that, the cover is really nice; with a plastic feel that give you confidence that it will stand quite a lot of beating. The keyboard is nice to use, takes a while to get used to the smaller keys, but it respond very well. It has backlight, but the light is coming from the side of the keys; so in a dark environment you won't see the keys illuminated clearly, but it is enough to type.Battery life is pretty good, and you can turn the keyboard off if you like, takes 2 seconds to turn it on and 3 seconds to turn it off; and even with backlight it should last weeks of usage. Pairing is a breeze; and also sliding the ipad in the cover is pretty simple. Be sure your ipad click on the top, there is a small tab in the center top part of the cover (where the volume buttons are), that click in place when the ipad is in the correct position.The hinge is super stiff; which is great; also it stay closed very well, and looks like a mini netbook from past age. Also it is nice that there is no cutoff for the apple logo; it is obnoxious when you see that; this cover is fully enveloping your device, so nobody can tell what are you using.On the negative side, the cover does not allow you to use the ipad comfortably, unless you use it for typing. The keyboard is neither detachable nor the hinge allow you to fold it backward, like a 2-1 laptop. So you end up with this awkward keyboard sticking out while you hold your ipad (Which is now heavier). Also due to the hinge design, access to the bottom part of the device is severely compromised; and takes efforts to get your fingers there, unless you have small hands. You can solve the issue by taking the ipad out of the cover, but that defy the purpose of having a cover. I wish there was a way to fold the keyboard all the way back, or to detach the ipad section when the keyboard is not needed, kinda like the Microsoft laptops.Overall a great cover for the price; the keyboard is nice and the whole thing looks and feel solid. Just minor inconveniences, that can be fixed maybe with a future version.Another issue with the hinge is that the plastic is very thin; it feels like it will break; although it flex quite a while. If you are a very rough person; avoid this cover; because it require you to use care and be gentle when opening and closing it. The cover can take a beat; the hinge is super flimsy, which is unfortunate. Some customers complained about the top half breaking up; so keep that in mind. 5Excellent Keyboard Case After reading some poor reviews and some great reviews, I still decided to purchase the Zagg Folio Case for my iPad Mini. I ve used it every day for the past month and have not had the need to recharge. The keys are still attached and working fine, there is a nice bounce to them. I can turn on the lighted keyboard background if I like, but it will affect your battery charge more than if you didn t turn the lights on. The hinge has not broken, it s very firm and keeps the screen at a good angle. I must say though, after reading complaints about it failing, I ve been extra careful when opening or closing. The black textured finish looks very professional and my iPad mini fits snugly in the case. It is very difficult to swipe up to get the on-screen task bar unless you use a stylus, however there is a function button above the number 1, which looks like a square - Pressing it once, closes your app, pressing it twice brings up the view of all your open apps and the task bar (just like swiping up does). I really like being able to use the keyboard keys for scrolling, deleting, copying, etc. and everything works just like it should. I don t think you need to worry about this keyboard case, but if you get one that doesn t work you can always either contact ZAGG or exchange it for another. Someone in the comments mentioned that you don t have the same warranty once you purchase the Zagg Folio Case here, but it s no different than purchasing it from a store. You can register it at the ZAGG web site and contact the manufacturer if you have questions and your warranty is still valid.Update 5/1/2018After using the case for two months, I still love it! The hinge still feels sturdy and I ve only recharged it once event though I use the keyboard daily. The keys still have a nice feel and none have fallen off. I love the shortcut keys and the lighted background (although I don t usually need to use it). It still looks like new and I d buy it again. 5Nice, but Logi Focus won! I purchased 5 keyboard cases to compare them. You can click on my name to see all 5 reviews.This Zagg Folio Case came in second to the Logi Focus Case. It was close! But here is the comparison and why Zagg lost out.- I like the fact that the Zagg can be at multiple angles. Plus it leans back further than the Logi will go. I liked that a lot!- The Zagg will not fold flat back like the Logi but I did not find that to be a big problem. But because the Zagg will allow the iPad to lean back as far as it does it was easy to use in a vertical position. I did not find that the keyboard got in the way. I was surprised by that!- Both Zagg and Logi hold the iPad securely and protect it well but the Logi definitely has better padding on the corners and edge. It is one of the reasons the Logi won.- I like that the keyboard is backlit on the Zagg. The Logi does not have that.- Both the Zagg and Logi have a slight curvature to the keys. They were the only two keyboards out of the five that do. The other three (which all got 1 star ratings) were flat. The curvature makes typing much, much easier and faster. The Logi Focus has more curvature/cupping to their keys and I found I liked it much better.- The spacebar on the Zagg is great! It was the largest spacebar of the lot but the Logi was not far behind. The three 1 star cases all had extremely short spacebars.- The Zagg case makes it so you cannot tap on the bottom of the screen. Many other reviewers have mentioned this too. When I tested this keyboard, I was surprised at how much of a problem that can be!! I guess I had not realized how often a message or command pops up there that you need to reach. The solution of course is that you can turn the Zagg sideways (as long as you do not have the screen orientation locked) and reach the bottom commands. But that gets old really fast!- I also was concerned about the hinge breaking on the Zagg. That is in a lot of the reviews and I can see that it could be a questionable part of this case.- The other place that the Logi scooted ahead of the Zagg was that the Logi has very nice cushions on the outer corners of the keyboard to protect the screen. The Zagg has very small ones. (Since I broke the screen on my iPad 2 closing it too hard in a case that is something that matters to me!) 4
ZAGG Folio Case, Hinged with Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad mini 4 - Black

ZAGG Folio Case, Hinged with Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad mini 4 - Black

3.4
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Regular price
€59,00
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€59,00
Regular price
€96,00
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Save 39% (€37,00)