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#1623429 - 29/07/2018 19:03 Keyboard cases for tablets?
JKD Offline
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Registered: 20/09/2008
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I've never had a tablet before as I never needed one. But I got given one as a gift and I thought I'd might as well use it for productivity. But I'm finding typing a bit difficult.

I knew that you can get wireless keyboards for them, but I only just found out yesterday that you can get the cases with integrated keyboards (some are wireless and some are USB).

On eBay these generic/universal cases seem to be dirt cheap but on websites for normal retailers they seem to be branded and quite a bit.

Are these generic case integrated keyboards actually any good? Or would you have to get a branded one?

If the generic type of ones are good, are there any shops that do them or just cheap ones in general, on the high street?

Thanks.

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#1623496 - 01/08/2018 14:36 Re: Keyboard cases for tablets? [Re: JKD]
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Logitech have a good rep

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#1623821 - 11/08/2018 16:07 Re: Keyboard cases for tablets? [Re: JKD]
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i would go logitech too
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#1623846 - 12/08/2018 15:49 Re: Keyboard cases for tablets? [Re: JKD]
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I bought a logitech for my ipad and it's very good - it's a perfect fit and has all the necessary key, shortcuts and wireless charging. It has made the ipad feel much more like a macbook which I like. It wasn't cheap but I have faith it will last as long as the ipad.

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