I got myself new iPad unit just a few weeks after I decided to hand in my iPad 2 to my wife. Since I have to do lots of writing and I bought it with an intention that during my travelling I will not stay away from you guys, something I was not doing with second gen of iPad.
I find the virtual QWERTY keyboard of this tablet very nice and easy to type with but this time I thought of buying a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard that I can attach with my new iPad and type more conveniently. I looked for cheaper as well as expensive keyboards but found that one way or another they are all the same, of course with some exceptions.
Here I am going to give you three options to select a Bluetooth keyboard from for your slate, all under £20.
With its black keys and Aluminum body it looks catchy at the first look but its features furthers draw you attention further to itself.
It has got Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity with 160mA lithium battery under its casing that lasts 55hrs approximately on a single charge, and standby time is promised two months. To save you the maximum battery it also comes with Sleep Mode.
IVSO has working range of up to 10 meters depending upon the environment you are using it in. Weighs only less than half a kilo and is fully compatible with iPad 2 and the new iPad. It has four small round rubbers at the bottom so that it can hold on to the surface it is placed on for a slide-free writing experience. To add further, IVSO is dust and water proof. But I will still not recommend it using underwater.
Price, yes, it costs only £13.89.
Swees Bluetooth Keyboard
This one is also compatible with Apple’s latest tablet and with the one before it. Its features resemble to a great deal with IVSO but it has Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity which means it is highly responsive and faster than the one I have talked about above.
Nice and clean MacBook Pro styled black keyboard makes you feel like you’re using the laptop. If you cannot buy MacBook, like me, then Swees might give a relief for a while guys.
It comes with standard microUSB cable for charging and manual, of course, all boxed in for £18.99.
King of Flash Keyboard
King of Flash Bluetooth keyboard has beautiful white keyboard that will look your white iPad look more stunning once attached with this external keyboard with 2.0 connectivity.
It has battery time of up to 55 hours, got 160mA lithium battery, takes up to 5 hours for a single charge, features that are pretty much the same as for other keyboards in this price range but it is the slimmest yet Bluetooth keyboard for an iPad, with 11mm thickness only. And, the only external keyboard that comes with back protector and front screen.
As I said all under £20, this one costs £17.95.