You can't beat the price of Anker's thin keyboard for the iPad Air, but serious typists should invest in a better option.
Macintosh marketing chief Mike Murray hoped that businesses would abandon their IBM PCs to join the revolution, but it proved to be more difficult than imagined.
Avid typists may find the letters disappearing from the keys after prolonged use. Sharon Vaknin has a couple of suggestions to keep that from happening.
Dryft uses a tablet touch sensor and accelerometer to dynamically find your fingers as you type and tries to keep them under it.
The Deck 82's burly physical build and durable internal key switches ensure its longevity, and its low price relative to other mechanical keyboards solidifies our recommendation for those looking to upgrade their typing hardware.
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Actually, this Kickstarter project is already fully funded, so now you just have to decide if you want to order yours early.
DecaTxt is a handheld mobile text input device that's logical and fairly simple. Just don't expect to master it quickly.
Chunky iPad keyboard cases could become relics of the past if the ultrathin Nibiqu keyboard project gets off the ground.
This gimmicky Kickstarter project is now a real product. The question is, does it really make typing on an iPad more comfortable?