Ipad Bluetooth Keyboard
Some people don’t like to type emails or documents using the touchscreen keyboard of their iPad. If you are interested in buying a conventional keyboard for your iPad then you should keep in mind that you need a Bluetooth keyboard. Here’s a list of some interesting iPad Bluetooth keyboards that should be on your shopping list.
The Mini Slim RF Wireless touchscreen keypad is compatible with any iPad and costs around $27.31. This keyboard is designed for lectures and projection. That’s because you have the possibility to easily pull up the information you store on your iPad and display it on a larger screen.
The Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard is another amazing iPad keyboard that can be bought for around $149.99. This keyboard comes with 18mm spacing between each key, is light and has a great design. I think that it’s one of the best alternatives for an iPad keyboard. You should also take a look at the Matias Bluetooth Folding keyboard that costs around $99.95. This keyboard is also compatible with MacBooks. It comes with a foldable design, being easy to store and carry around all day long. When you open the keyboard you discover a full size keyboard with all the necessary keys included.
Another great Bluetooth keyboard is the Aluminum Ultra Thin Bluetooth keyboard with dock case. This alternative comes with a sleek design and can hold your iPad both vertically and horizontally for comfortable typing and viewing. It also offers fast and responsive typing, so you will be able to write long emails and documents. The keyboard also includes multiple convenience keys. If you are interested in buying this keyboard with dock case you will have to pay around $19.84.
Apple’s wireless keyboard is another great choice. It costs $69.99 and uses Bluetooth technology to connect to any iPad or Mac product. This keyboard is lightweight and thin, so you will be able to carry it around. It comes with special function keys and anodized aluminum enclosure. The best thing about this keyboard is its built-in stand that increases the level of comfort while typing. Apple’s offer also has a great battery life: it lasts for around 9 months on 2 AA batteries. It’s a great alternative for the onscreen keyboard available on the iPad.
I can’t forget about the Freedom Bluetooth keyboard that can be bought for $90. This keyboard can be folded in half for easier transportation. When you open it you will have at your disposal a full size keyboard with scissor action keys. It makes writing messages and long documents on the iPad enjoyable.
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