Verbatim Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for tablets


Tablets have certainly come a long way since they were first introduced, and became truly mainstream with the introduction of the iPad from Apple, but while there are many pros to the presence of a tablet in your life, there is still one major con that tablet manufacturers, even the almighty Apple, have yet to solve. That is, the issue with not having a keyboard for you to type in all your thoughts compared to tapping on the screen and using a virtual keyboard, which tends to take plenty of time to get used to, and even so, it is not that accurate after all.

Verbatim, a name that used to be associated with floppy discs back in the 1980s and early 1990s, is also in the hardware and accessories business just in case you were wondering. The company has in fact rolled out its latest creation that will target those who own tablets – coming in the form of the Verbatim Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard. We will take a look and see what it offers right after the jump.

This sleek, portable keyboard will not only deliver mobility and ultimate functionality, it does so in style. I guess you cannot go wrong with the color choices, as we are talking about white and black shades, and it is perfect for not only the iPad but the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Xoom and virtually any other device out there that you are sick and tired of using the included virtual keyboard to compose that email to your boss on a double tight schedule.

Not only that, when connected to your iDevice, you are also able to play, pause and control iTunes music straight from its media console, while the Enhanced Smart Keys deliver a simpler way to cut, copy, paste and undo. With its low profile, soft-touch keys, they are able to deliver a crisp, responsive feel even when you type, so that you can work late into the night without having to worry about waking anyone up as it is virtually silent. If you are interested in picking this puppy up, it will cost you $49.99 a pop.

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