A "screen-top keyboard" for the iPad, the Touchfire works by covering the keyboard in landscape mode with raised rubber buttons. This allows you to rest your fingers on the "keyboard" without actually triggering a response from the iPad — you have to push down on the button to type.
- Status: Available
- Availability date: Summer 2012
- Price at launch: $49.99
What You Need To Know
- Comes with a Smart Cover-esque stand/screen cover that the Touchfire magnetically attaches to
Verge ReviewAs much as we like the iPad, one of its greatest strengths is also one of its greatest weaknesses: it lacks a hardware keyboard. On an iPhone, you're mostly typing out texts so we don't mind the software keyboard, but for word processing, the iPad is frustrating, to say the least. Dozens of companies have taken a shot at producing keyboards for iPad — some of them are part of a hard case, some attach to the iPad as a Smart Cover, and some are simply Bluetooth keyboards you can pair with....
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