iWALK announces The Executive portable Bluetooth keyboard

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How productive are you with the iPad? Do you use it primarily to check your emails and attend to whatever outstanding emails that need a reply, and does it double up as your go-to device for gaming whenever you are on the move? If that is the case, then surely you would not need a peripheral like The Executive from iWALK, which arrives in the form of an extremely slim portable Bluetooth keyboard, complete with a kick stand that will be able to transform your iPad into a mobile workstation – with the right apps loaded beforehand, of course. Well, the iPad is not the only device to receive this benefit from The Executive, as it will also play nice with smartphones and other tablets, although I would think that you would be more productive with a keyboard on a tablet rather than a smartphone – since the screen size itself does affect usability by a large margin.

iWALK’s announcement of the availability of The Executive shows that it was specially designed for the professional who want to remain productive on the go without having to add on any bulk. In fact, it measures a mere 0.5” thin, tips the scales at just 1.4lbs, and is capable of connecting seamlessly to any smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-enabled device thanks to Bluetooth 3.0 technology.

Not only that, The Executive will also integrate a cover that doubles as kick stand, allowing it to offer the relevant support for your device, delivering optimal and hands-free viewing. It will be powered by a high performance Li-Polymer battery which means you need not worry about the device leeching off the power from your tablet, and will require a mere 2 hours of charging via USB, and has been rated to last for up to 300 hours of consistent use or 45 days on standby. Those who are interested can check out The Executive for $69.99 a pop.

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