Get a physical QWERTY for your iPad

Get a physical QWERTY for your iPad
An iPad case called "WKB-2000CB" offers you a physical QWERTY for your Apple device. Produced by Adesso and dubbed the Compagno, this wireless Bluetooth keyboard can be removed from the iPad case in order to do a job for each of your Bluetooth-enabled gadgets, including your smartphone(s).

Adesso claims that because of the silicon material used in the Compagno, the keyboard is silent, easy to clean and waterproof. It has a working range of 30 feet (or 10 meters) and according to its creators, it can endure up to 40 hours of continuous use. Its physical specifications are:

Keyboard dimension: 9.25 x 5.25 x 0.30" (235 x 133 x 7 mm)
Case dimension: 7.50 x 9.75 x 0.75" (193 x 248 x 18mm)
Weight (Keyboard and Case): 1.00 Lb (454g)

If you want to buy the Compagno, click the Adesso link below. It costs $79.99 and if you are searching for an iPad-compatible wireless Bluetooth keyboard, probably this is your deal.

source: Adesso via SlashGear



2. chupum

Posts: 115; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

AMEN!!! I view the ipad as a product to be a portable library of information... Something to view documents, and perhaps make highlighted notes on pdf files on. But really, if you're going to a lecture hall thinking that you're going to take notes for your next exam on this thing, then really, you might as well just get a mac-book...

1. PhoneUser

Posts: 78; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

If people need a physical QWERTY keyboard on an iPad then why dont they just buy a MACBOOK?

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