Improve Your Productivity with a Tablet Keyboard

Okay, so alot  of you are waiting in anticipation for the release of the Ipad 3.

For those of you who have the Ipad 2, I came across an amazing keyboard + stand + cover combo.

This nifty invention created by ZAGG is a keyboard solution that works like a dream. I tend do quite a bit of typing on my Ipad 2 and I just found that other keyboards like my apple wireless just didn’t do the job. Mostly because the smart cover and the keyboard just didn’t quite have the right angle and set up.

Ths ZAGGfolio keyboard for Ipad 2 works really well by creating a “laptop” feel for your tablet. It also folds down into a solid durable cover to protect both the keyboard and Ipad 2.

So here is my quick Pros and Cons list:

Pros:

– Slick intuitive design.

– Nice angle for being able to use the Ipad 2 effectively for work.

– Cover is removable for the keyboard so it can be a stand alone piece if needed.

– Battery life lasts a long time and can charge quickly using any USB port.

Cons:

– This device connects via bluetooth which can sometimes cut out. (I haven’t had any problems with this so far)

These are selling at London Drugs right now for $120 or online on the ZAGG website for $95 US.

4 comments

  1. Also if you are a Blackberry Playbook user, there is an OEM keyboard, touchpad, case combo set for release on the 25th of March.

    A true productivity tablet, with what looks to be a rocksolid keyboard combo.

  2. thanks for the post. I have used a bluetooth keyboard on my first generation iPad and actually wrote my book on it. I found that once I reached about 60,000 words, the keyboard was a bit sluggish and had a lag at the time.

    I like writing on my iPad, but I am now only using it for short stories and essays.

    1. Good insight about your use of the keyboard. I’m curious, do you have a ZAGG keyboard or an apple wireless?

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