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Review: Targus Versavu Keyboard and Case for iPad 2

Just as with its predecessor, Versavu holds the iPad 2 in place with a form-fitting rear shell—in fact, it appears to be exactly the same as 360°—and the closed case is quite thick. The top and bottom edges of the tablet still have thin strips of exposed aluminum, with deeper indentations for the headphone port, Sleep/Wake button, and Dock Connector port. Even with a chance to correct the
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