iPad is probably the only class of tablet PCs that every third party manufacturer like to build docks and extended keyboards for. To follow the idea a San Francisco based designer, Brad Leong, has presented a perfect concept of a keyboard dock which matches to premium quality of Apple’s slate.
Called, Brydge, it turns your iPad into laptop in a most easy way and with assured safety, unlike its contemporaries. With a hinge it attaches to the tablet giving it 180 degrees of positioning. Without being worried that it may disjoin you can hold the entire device either by holding iPad or Brydge.
It connects to the slate via Bluetooth, and has a USB for self-charging purpose. The designer has also included speakers in it to enhance the audio experience of the user knowing what comes from the Cupertino isn’t that enough.
The keyboard is made of aerospace-grade aluminum which is sturdy and looks good, giving you Macbook-like experience.
Brydge is currently on the Kickstarter to raise the money and it has raised $233,090 from 1,095 backers with 37 days to go.