Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio and Magic Cover Available for Pre-Order on Amazon

We've already done a Top 10 of the best cases available for the Nexus 9. But now, Amazon has the Keyboard Folio and Magic Cover cases available for pre-order. These are the cases that Google is selling on the Play Store right now to go alongside your new Nexus 9. They are the same prices unfortunately, $129 and $39 respectively.

So what does the Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio do? Multipurpose design - Closed, it protects your Nexus 9. Opened, it becomes a responsive mechanical keyboard. Folds into two angles - Work or watch comfortably no matter where you are. With mechanical keys you'll type with confidence. Attaches magnetically and pairs wirelessly - Attaches to the back of your Nexus 9 magnetically and pairs wirelessly via Bluetooth. Get up to 5 months of battery life on a single charge.

What about the Magic Cover? The Magic cover is a magnetic attachment cover that can be attached to the front or back of the tablet and the cover can fold into two stand positions, the upright position for viewing and low or lying position for typing. The HTC Magic cover supports automatic screen wakeup and sleep when the cover is removed from front side. The camera will launch when corner flap over the camera is folded down and when placed on the backside of the tablet.

You can pick them both up from the links down below. If you decide to pick them up, be sure to let us know how you like them in the comments below. They are all slated to ship on November 3rd.

HTC Keyboard Folio for Nexus 9 (KFA100) - $129.99

HTC Magic Cover for Nexus 9 (99H11729-00) - (Black) - $39.99

HTC Magic Cover for Nexus 9 (99H11723-00) - (Coral Amethyst) - $39.99

HTC Magic Cover for Nexus 9 (99H11727-00) - (Lime Stone) - $39.99

HTC Magic Cover for Nexus 9 (99H11725-00) (Mint Indigo) - $39.99

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