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Belkin announces a portable keyboard case for the iPad mini

Well known accessory manufacturer Belkin has wasted no time in getting a portable keyboard case ready for the just released iPad mini. The new keyboard case not only offers great protection for your iPad mini but also gives it a well spaced removable Bluetooth keyboard for the times when the on screen keyboard is just not good enough for your needs.

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ZAGG announces two new Bluetooth iPad keyboards, one with backlit keys

ZAGG has announced a new duo of iPad keyboards at the ongoing IFA technology show in Berlin, Germany. The new keyboards are designed specifically for the new iPad and offer a new magnetic closing system which ZAGG claims protects the iPad screen from any scratches or smudges.

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CruxSKUNK iPad keyboard seeks Kickstarter funding, thinnest iPad keyboard yet

The CruxSKUNK keyboard for iPad has appeared on Kickstarter and is looking for backing to fund its development and eventual manufacture. Forget the name, as it doesn’t do this iPad accessory any justice at all and take a look at this amazingly thin keyboard that could take typing on your iPad to the next level.

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Give your iPhone a BlackBerry-style physical keyboard with Spike TypeSmart, now on Kickstarter

The Spike TypeSmart keyboard case for iPhone looks to address the age-old argument of the hardware keyboard being a better way to input text than a software keyboard, and it looks to do so by offering you the best of both worlds. The Spike gives iPhone users a hardware keyboard which is part of a hard case. Depending on the model, the Spike keyboard can either be switched simply flipped around to use, and then switched or flipped back to discreetly store the keyboard at the rear of the case when not required. The project is now up for backing on Kickstarter.

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Adonit Writer Plus keyboard for iPad review

I first had the pleasure of trying out Adonit's Writer for iPad, then one of the newest, thinnest Bluetooth keyboards for iPad, at Macworld 2012. And it was impressive. By choosing to incorporate a full case, but in a uniquely interesting manner, is it still impressive enough?

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad review

Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Cover is a new implementation of the popular Bluetooth keyboard peripheral for iPad. When on the go, it can be stowed right on your new iPad or iPad 2, just like an Apple Smart Cover, and when in use it can provide a productivity boost for long form writing. But does ultra-portability put a dent in mobile productivity?

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Touchtype Kickstarter project looks to integrate Apple's wireless keyboard into an iPad case

Touchtype is a new Kickstarter project that looks to integrate Apple's wireless keyboard into a slim fitting case for the iPad. Inspired by the plethora of sub standard and under sized keyboard cases, the designer set out to integrate a full sized Apple wireless keyboard into the smallest and neatest case he could design.

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Logitech launches the light powered Solar Keyboard Folio case for iPad

Logitech has announced the Solar Keyboard Folio iPad case which is a Bluetooth keyboard and case integrated into one accessory. What's different with this particular iPad case combo is that the keyboard is powered by an indoor or outdoor light source.

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Apple originally prototyped an iPhone with a keyboard

Tony Fadell, affectionately referred to as the godfather of the iPod for his part in helping Apple bring their landmark MP3 player to market, says that Apple originally tested three different kinds of iPhone prototypes before ultimately deciding on the multitouch marvel we now all know and love. Fadell, speaking on On the Verge, said a hardware keyboard was a serious considerations. Fadell claims he favored the virtual keyboard approach.

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Logitech's new Bluetooth iPad keyboard uses Smart Cover magnets

Logitech has just announced what may very well be the most nicely-designed Bluetooth iPad keyboard to date. While many keyboard accessories have tried turn turn the iPad into pseudo-laptop with an extended case or folio, Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Cover makes use of the iPad's built-in magnet mounts to securely cover the screen when not in use.

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