VB - Touchfire

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Portability and ease of use makes iPad the perfect product for staying connected whether you are on the move or in the comfort of your bed. If only there was a keyboard that didn’t take away from the true benefits of an iPad.

Now there is. And we’ve got it available for you here at VentureBeat for a limited time at $50 – with US and international shipping included!

Here are some of the features that the Touchfire iPad Keyboard offers:

  • Works with all 9.7″ iPads: Attaches to newer iPads using the magnets built into those tablets – and its non-slip bottom keeps it in place on the original iPad.
  • Type without looking: Textured keys allow you to type without looking so you can focus on your writing and not on the keys. Freely rest your fingers on the keys for a realistic typing experience with out accidentally entering characters.
  • Rugged and easy to clean: The Touchfire keyboard is made of pure, high-performance silicone rubber. It handles the rigors of travel with ease. To clean it, simply run it under tap water and towel dry.

You’ll also get a pair of cover magnets with the Touchfire – which helps secure it magnetically to your iPad’s cover when you aren’t using it – and a storage case, allowing you to stow the keyboard.

For more details on this deal, such as important reminders, head over to the VB Store page.

The Touchfire keyboard has all the functionality of a standard keyboard, but in a paper thin, transparent rubber that fits directly on your screen. You can still view the entire screen right through the keyboard with the ability to touch and swipe – as if nothing was there.

This keyboard will undoubtedly turn your iPad into a laptop killer..and there is no question that this is a great VB Store offer. So take advantage of it while you can. Pick up the Touchfire iPad Keyboard for just $50 – with shipping included to US and international locations – today!

So grab this VentureBeat offer for only $29 before it passes you by. Isn’t your time worth it?

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