The $114.95 case, which is not much thicker than many other iPad cases, also serves as a stand, putting the iPad into an excellent position for typing. Although some touch typists may have a bit of trouble using the keyboard, which is smaller than a standard desktop or laptop keyboard, I found it easier to type on than the virtual keyboard on the iPad screen.
For more on the first version of the product, see Josh Lowenohn's.
To learn more about the tyPad, I spoke with Robert Lutz of Accessory Workshop.
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