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A new type of keyboard for your computer—that also works with your smartphone or tablet.
- Bluetooth wireless
- Multi-platform and cross-platform Just turn the Easy-Switch dial to switch typing between three connected Bluetooth wireless devices.
Turn your iPad into a laptop. Concave keys are comfortably-spaced in a familiar layout. Includes a row for iOS shortcuts.iPad doesn’t bounce or tip when you tap. Keys have plenty of room, yet the screen is right at your fingertips for fluid use.
The ultimate iPad case has just touched down. Combo Touch combines a precision trackpad with a full-size backlit keyboard for your iPad. Navigate iPad with familiar gestures and easily edit spreadsheets, documents and more. Plus, a flexible design supports four use modes for extra versatility.
Make any space minimalist, modern, and versatile with the K380 Slim Multi-Device—an ultra-thin, design-forward keyboard perfect for typing on your computer, smartphone, tablet, and more.
The K780 Multi-Device is a fully-equipped, beautifully finished computer keyboard with numbers pad, which also works perfectly with smartphones and tablets. Type a report on your computer, then type a message on your phone or tablet at the touch of an Easy-Switch button.
Part secret weapon, part cool gadget, all-out daily essential. KEYS-TO-GO is the ultra-thin, ultra-light keyboard that lets you type whenever you’re ready. Team it up with your favorite phone, tablet or media center, and there’s no limit to what you can do.
Rugged Folio for iPad (7th and 8th generation) is a slim keyboard case
Now you can enjoy laptop-like typing anywhere you take your iPad (5th, 6th, 7th, 8th gen) or iPad Air (3rd gen). This all-in-one case is easy to use and carry around, all while keeping your iPad safe from bumps, scratches, and spills.
Enjoy laptop-like typing on your iPad Pro with Slim Folio Pro. Three distinct use modes ensure you can always work at your highest level no matter where you are — a café table, desk, or even your lap
Let’s turn your iPad into a laptop. Comfortably-spaced keys. The ideal, concave, key shape. A familiar layout you won’t have to “re-learn.” And a dedicated row of speedy iOS shortcuts. iPad doesn’t bounce or tip over when you tap. It’s just one idea after another.