Why You Need a Keyboard plus an iPad ‘Macbook Pro Clone’ Notebook Case
Sure it’s nice to have a tablet. You can watch videos. You can read e-books and e-zines. You can play games. And, best of all, You can surf the web with ease. Despite the awesome look and feel of tablets however, they lack one thing which would probably make them perfect and as functional as our beloved laptops – a real keyboard.
Sure they have a screen keyboard, but the problem with these keyboards is that it’s either they are too small and are not easy to press with precision or they are large but they take up a large amount of the screen. Another problem with using a touch screen keyboard is that you’ll end up leaving lots of fingerprints all over your screen. With a real separate keyboard, you won’t make a ‘fingerprint mess’ on your tablet’s screen, and you can type with precision and with ease.
With a keyboard, you’ll be able to enjoy text chatting, ‘emailing’, and blogging via your tablet – with ease and precision. Playing a number of games which requires you to input texts and numbers such as Word games like Dabble, Words with Friends and Text Twist, and Online Games like Wink Bingo and Texas Poker will also be easier if you have a keyboard to go klik-klik-klak on.
Transform your iPad to a Macbook Pro Clone
Now if you agree with what I’ve pointed out above, let me share with you this cute find – a notebook case with keyboard for the iPad 2. If you have an iPad 2 but you still find yourself wishing that you have a Macbook Pro instead, consider your wish granted if you have an extra $75 (plus a few more bucks for shipping). You can transform your iPad to a Macbook Pro look-alike with the help of a Rakuten Notebook Case.
The Rakuten iPad Notebook Case comes with a built-in Lithium-polymer battery which lets you charge your iPad while in use. The case also has a USB port and mini USB port. To connect the keyboard to the iPad, Bluetooth connection is used. The case is specifically designed for the iPad 2 so there’s still a question of whether it would work on the new iPad. You can buy the case through Japanese retailer Rakuten’s website for 5,980 yen (or roughly $75). Checkout more pictures of it…