SKINNY iPad 2 Bluetooth Touch Keyboard Case

Hatch & Co. SKINNY iPad 2 Bluetooth Touch Keyboard Cas Hatch & Company released an iPad 2 Keyboard Case called SKINNY. The keyboard case is only 0.6 inches thick and connects to your iPad via Bluetooth.

The thin but functional SKINNY comes in white or black.

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Price: $89.95
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)

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  2. Recommended this to my brother, that loves his ipad. His response:

    Thanks, but read a review that said:
    "Hatch & Co. had a nice slenderizing idea in Skinny, but missed the mark
    with the execution here. The major reason users want a separate iPad
    keyboard is for tactility-being able to press on something-and knowing that
    each press is being registered, rather than just tapping away. While typing
    on the keyboard does work, most users will be just as well off using Apple's
    virtual keyboard. Yes, there is a benefit to having a horizontal keyboard
    and a vertical display, as there is to having less of the screen obscured by
    an onscreen keyboard. But it's hard to say that Skinny's minor advantages
    are worth the price, especially with a shell that just isn't good. There are
    many new keyboard cases in the same price range with decidedly better
    keyboards. For these reasons, Skinny is only okay by current standards, and
    worthy of a C rating."

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