Zagg, a company that makes high quality keyboard cases for iPads that we’ve reviewed in the past, today introduced two brand new keyboard cover and folio designs for iPad mini. Zagg says both products are ultra-thin Bluetooth keyboards that take advantage of “a unique, patent-pending hinge system that enhances the iPad mini user experience with a full range of viewing angles up to 135 degrees.” Get full details on both new products below:

ZAGGkeys Cover: The first product Zagg is showing off today at CTIA 2013 is the ZAGGkeys Cover (pictured above). Zagg says its the thinnest Bluetooth keyboard on the market at 6.3mm and it also features backlit keys in 7 colors and three brightness settings (Zagg already makes one of our favorite backlit keyboards for iPad with similar features). It also includes magnets to keep the case closed and secure when in transit and up to 3 months battery life with normal use.

Zagg will be selling the ZAGGkeys Cover for $99 in both silver and black.

ZAGGkeys Folio: The second product for iPad mini is Zagg’s latest Folio design. It includes everything that the new ZAGGkeys Cover offers but will be a little thicker at 16.75 mm (when closed) to provide “full body protection to help keep an iPad free from scratches and dings.” Its keyboard alone is also slightly thicker than the Cover design at 6.9mm.

The Folio will sell for $99 in black and white (more colors coming soon) when it launches at retail.

Both products are expected to land by summer.

We already reviewed Zagg’s Mini 7 and Mini 9 for iPad mini and quite enjoyed the Mini 7. 

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