Apparently not everyone is accustomed to the virtual keyboard on the touch screen, so we can see all kinds keyboard cases and Bluetooth keyboards designed for iPad, iPad 2 and other tablets, while our latest finding is Levitatr Bluetooth keyboard with elevating keys.
The incredible Bluetooth wireless keyboard is designed by James Stumpf, an independent designer living in Dayton. Levitatr just measures 12.5m thick, and features a precision-machined aluminum chassis. The Bluetooth keyboard is available in two keyboard layouts, including QWERTY and AZERTY, of course, no matter which one, the keys of the Bluetooth keyboard are hidden under the high-gloss polycarbonate plastic panel. Just pressing the activator button, you will see all the keys including 5 hot keys popping out from the panel in order to provide you more comfortable typing experience than virtual keyboard, and the built-in backlight will also turn on to illuminate the keys. And the Bluetooth keyboard also integrates a folded stand to hold your iPad 2, original iPad or other tablets in portrait or landscape viewing mode. Apart from that, Levitatr is powered by 4 AAA batteries.
The designer of Levitatr Bluetooth keyboard is raising fund on Kickstarter. Pledge $99 will let you own a Levitatr keyboard. If you’re retested, jump to Kickstarter for more details or check out the following demo video first.