I wanted to take a moment and update you on my health situation. I’ve received so many great emails, tweets, and IM’s from so many of you that I was unable to answer them all. I thought I owed it to you to update you on how I’m getting along. If you’ve wondered why you’ve [...]
To accommodate those who simply cannot get used to typing on a tablet screen, several companies have released blue tooth powered keyboard attachments for users to connect to their iPads. Most are designed as hardened hinged components that can be tucked under the tablet itself. This is due to the simple fact that in order for a user to operate a keyboard with their iPad, the tablet needs to be propped up. While most product designers solved this problem by building a drawer-like system, Belkin opted to instead integrate the keyboard into a traditional folio form. What results is an iPad 2 keyboard that also acts as a carrying case.