The iPad can be used to do a lot of things. Whether it is gaming, going through the news, or watching videos, your device can handle it. Some iPad owners want to go beyond that and do some real work on their device. Bloggers and number crunchers can always use the virtual keyboard on iPad to type things. That can be very inconvenient. Adding a keyboard dock (e.g. the official iPad keyboard dock) works but it is not a great idea for those who are on the road all the time. Solutions from Clamcase can solve that issue. If you are just looking for a keyboard, flexible keyboards may be the right option.
Flexible keyboards, such as this one, take advantage of Bluetooth technology to let business professionals type more effectively on their iPad. They work like a normal keyboard but can folded and carried easily at airports, train stations, and everywhere else for that matter.
These keyboards may be flexible, but they usually do not slow you down (depends on the model you pick up). The rugged ones do not get damaged if you put them in your luggage either. Menotek Flexible Bluetooth keyboard is not only portable and foldable, it is also waterproof. Everybody has tea or coffee accidents. It’s nice to know that your keyboard does not die on you after a small spill.
There are many iPad owners that can type very fast on their iPad without needing a real keyboard. If you belong to that group, more power to you. For the rest, having a flexible keyboard during trips can be a time-saver.
Your turn: how’s your favorite way to connect a keyboard to your iPad (a keyboard case, keyboard docks, …)?
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