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What Is the Best iPad 2 Keyboard Case?

Looking for a sturdy protective case with built-in Bluetooth wireless keyboard, which can be easily used in landscape or portrait mode, with camera and recharging openings, and a sturdy supportive adjustable iPad2 tilt feature.
Not a lot to ask, but I’ve been unable to find one which is overwhelmingly agreed upon by users.
What do you think, Gary R and other readers?
//Gary G

Comments: 7 Responses to “What Is the Best iPad 2 Keyboard Case?”

    12 years ago

    I don't use one like that, so I don't have any suggestions. Maybe someone else has a recommendation?

      12 years ago

      i am curious as to why you purchased an ipad and not an 11 inch air i know ipad has some great features one of which you can hold it one hand and type with the other, i have not missed the keyboad.

    12 years ago

    I've used about 3 different cases. The issue with all of them? Very small keys. If you have small fingers, any keyboard case will probably work just fine. Another gripe of mine is that the right shift keys on most of them are too short. I use the right shift key on a regular keyboard, while the left one just sits there.

    I'm unofficially the worlds fastest touch typist, so I don't really care for them. Sometimes they're sort of convenient, but I just haven't found one that I like.

    Sid Starr
    12 years ago

    I use the Logitech one - fits all your criteria, long battery life, great position of the iPad screen, fast typing.

    Michael A.
    12 years ago

    I haven't tried this or any other iPad keyboard, but the TouchFire is an interesting design that recently had a super-successful Kickstarter campaign. It's a clear-ish overlay that lets you feel the on-screen keyboard. It may take a while to ship.

    (Seems like someone did this a few years back for the iPhone too.)

    Gary G
    12 years ago

    Gary G replies:
    Looks like a versatile alternative to bulkier, heavier, power-requiring keyboards, with many well-worked out features. The $44 cost makes it affordable for all.

    The only concerns for me would be alignment during use (How strong are those magnets?) and durability (key flexibility, shape retention, temperature & sun effects come to mind).

    I'll be in touch with them regarding this one.


    12 years ago

    I use Solid Line's keyboard case. It has a full-sized right shift key and it's got a nice grip. I hate the screen keyboard.

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