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Cheap, cheerful, works just as well. ;-)http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/pro...
Looks like a great value alternative, but it's obvious from the pics that it doesn't work just as well, as layout is poor (especially for right-shifters) and keys look smaller.
How does the international key allow access to accents? Any idea? I can't find any reference to this or any online instruction manual.
Meh... my 2007 HTC Athena had the same type of magnetic keyboard
Just install an international keyboard in general settings - then switch to it for foreign accents using the globe icon (fn 4). Should help you out!
Just bought one. Pretty happy with it - and agree with most of the things here.... I don't however agree with the viewing angle part of this. You can't adjust it at all - and, if you sit at standard desk height, and put the iPad in front of you, also at desk height, you should notice that the iPad screen is facing your chest - at quite a noticeable rake.This is not ideal. I have ended up having to use an old case with backprop system to make it work for me - and have therefore had to disconnect the iPad from the magnetic hinge part of this to enable it to function properly. Bit miffed by this!
Just a bit of trivia - you can connect the keyboard to your laptop via Bluetooth, and use it as a wireless keyboard while you're travelling.
Hey guys, does it also work with iPad 4? They always talk about iPad 2 and new... So?
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