Finally here is the iKeyboard – a good keyboard for iPad!
Having an iPad is one of the most wonderful possessions nowadays. Aside from its handy, it is also really convenient at work. However, the only downside that makes me to whine every time is its virtual keyboard. I really find it hard to type letters because it’s oversensitive. But fortunately Cliff Thier came to a concept that would solve this common problem of iPad users. The solution that I’m talking about is the device called iKeyboard.
This brilliant device is a thin and lightweight sheathing that clips to the screen of the iPad. It has little windows cut out that fit right over the virtual keys on the screen keyboard. Moreover, the material used in this device is curved slightly so that the user can feel the key and hit it right away without having to glance once in a while on the keyboard. The main idea of this device is to give convenience and eventually bring effectiveness to your work especially when you use iPad as your primary tool.
By the way, the iKeyboard is yet a concept and it seeks contribution to come into reality. Actually, Cliff Thier have posted and announced this project on Kickstarter.com. As of now, there are already 399 backers who have committed to support the project. It also have already gathered $16, 471 pledges from the original goal of $4,000. This quick response gives us an impression that this project is going to have its fruit very soon, as it will be funded on June 28 at 3:00AM.
If you want to help in the contribution, you can check Kickstarter.com