The $114.95 case, which is not much thicker than many other iPad cases, also serves as a stand, putting the iPad into an excellent position for typing. Although some touch typists may have a bit of trouble using the keyboard, which is smaller than a standard desktop or laptop keyboard, I found it easier to type on than the virtual keyboard on the iPad screen.
For more on the first version of the product, see Josh Lowenohn's hands-on post.
To learn more about the tyPad, I spoke with Robert Lutz of Accessory Workshop.
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