The New Trent Airbender 1.0 is as described on the product description page. This is the first keyboard case I have used for my older iPad 2 and I really have been enjoying using it. It came nicely boxed with easy to following printed instructions. It is sleek in appearance, securely holds my iPad, has great reaction time and Bluetooth pairs easily. I have not had to recharge mine yet and I’ve been using it a few hours a day for a week. I hope there is an indicator light that lets me know the battery is getting low. I don’t have any problem charging my iPad 2 while it is closed inside the case. All of the ports are where they should be for the compatible iPad 2, 3 and 4. It is nice to be able to use the word processor and actually have a keyboard to type with. There are 12 functions keys across the top that control the screen brightness and speaker volume to name the ones I use the most. It is easy to use and makes my iPad more of a portable laptop, but much less cumbersome. I don’t know why I didn’t get a keyboard for the laptop before. I still need to practice the newly downloaded word processor that I installed. Life on the couch is about to get easier. This would be a great accessory for a student to have to take notes during class. I received this Trent Airbender 1.0 at a discount in exchange for my review.