Bluetooth keyboard covers for the iPad are common as thieves, but it’s been tougher to get one of these for anything Android-related. A great deal of that has, of course, been due to problems with the varying screen sizes and form factors, but the KeyFolio circumvents this with a clever velcro system that lets you place any tablet in the case.
We used the Motorola Xoom for most of this test but we also experimented with the Toshiba ATS10 to see how the KeyFolio would work with a 7in tablet, just to satisfy curiosity.
As a case, the KeyFolio is rugged yet quite stylish and the Bluetooth keyboard is light, with great battery life and a great deal of functionality, with function keys for Gmail, music and a home screen button.
Sadly, the two together weighed in around 750g and when combined with the Xoom the device ran to a bit over 1.5kg, which is well over the weight of Transformer Prime when docked. That said, if you must have a keyboard case for your Android tablet, this is a solid choice