I just recieved this case, but I wanted to tell future consumers all the specs (even those NOT mentioned, for some odd reason).
Keyboard: Lights up (white color), one brightness setting (on/off). Detaches.
Viewing Positions: 3 different positions
Thickness: NOTE! This case is 1 INCH THICK when closed. Covers buttons.
LIGHTS: Press Fn key (bottom left) and the bottom right (right arrow) key to turn on/off lights.
In terms of POSITIONS, there's 3 which I'll describe below:
Position 3: Used just like a laptop (like photo). It rotates in this postion around 140 degrees.
Position 2: After it's detached, you can place the ipad in facing the opposite way (away from keyboard) and it holds it up. Same rotating amount (can lay flat this way, keyboard held behind it, touching the back).
Position 1: Can detach the ipad from keyboard. It appears to be a magnet/placed ridges to hold it in place system. Doesn't appear to be a lot of weaknesses in design.
THICKNESS: I didn't realize just how thick it would be until after I read further down the reviews after buying it. Still, this case has everything I personally need. Because of the thickness, it does have some weight to it.
WISHLIST? The only thing I wish I could change was that it'd be lighter, and that I could view the screen in portrait mode with the keyboard still in use, rather than just landscape mode. The thickness on the buttons (covering power button and volume controls) are a bit much...I have an hard time sometimes with volume since I have a gentle touch, and I really struggle to take screen shots since the power button is SO stiff with the case on. I wouldn't have minded if there were instructions on how to turn on the lights, or some of the button uses.