Just Your Type

iPad Pros are being promoted to work with keyboards. Apple’s Smart Keyboard Folio for the device works well, but they don’t have the flexibility of getting out of the way when it’s not required.

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The more useful solution is to go completely wireless with the keyboard so they can stay in your tech bag when not required.

Microsoft has a solution, but it stretches the budget further than some may be prepared to extend.

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A keyboard that is getting well used at our bureau is one found on eBay.

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This device is capable of working on Windows and Android devices along with iOS and MacOS adding more flexibility. It has very useable full sized keys and it also folds away to a slim profile to be placed in your bag without taking up too much space. A very versatile addition to your tech gear at a much more reasonable price.

The Case For A Case

Cases for your electronic devices is a sound investment. Not only does it protect the device, it also provides an opportunity to express your personality. However if you’re too precious about the case itself, you might start taking things to an absurd level.

Take a look at Pad & Quill’s iPad sleeve.

So it looks like you put your iPad in a case and then put that case into case. And you know what you’re probably going to do with that? Put it in that case that has all your other belongings.

The Oxford case is quite good. The bureau has just that model. But is it just me or does that all feel a little redundant?