Many editors like us are using iPad 2 to edit their documents, but the virtual keyboard actually is easy to increase errors when you type. If you feel the same, let’s go on checking iKeyboard.
iKeyboard is an innovative keyboard cover designed for the virtual keyboard of iPad 2 or original iPad. The designer is Cliff Thier living in West Hartford, CT. As we can see from the images, iKeyboard doesn’t have real keys for your typing, but offer you a unique keyboard cover, which has reserved cutouts on the places where the virtual keys appear in order to avoid the errors caused by your big fingertips.
And the outlines of the keys let you keep your attention on your documents instead of the virtual keyboard. Apparently when these issues had been solved, your typing on iPad would be improved. Apart from that, its lightweight design also allows you to take it anywhere with ease.
At present, the designer of iKeyboard is raising fund on Kickstarter. Pledge $30 will let you own a first-generation iKeyboard. If you’re interested, jump to Kickstarter for more details.