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The Touchfire Keyboard: Keyboarding Reinvented For Your iPad [Deals]

The Touchfire keyboard has all the functionality of a standard keyboard, but in a paper thin, transparent silicone that fits directly on your screen. You can still view the entire screen right through the keyboard with the ability to touch…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Ending Soon: Touchfire Is The Only iPad Keyboard You’ll Ever Need [Deals]

I write a lot on my iPad. I love the distraction-free atmosphere provides and the portability of the platform. I have written a ton of blog posts on the iPad, and wrote the majority of my book using the device as well. That said, it’s tough to write regularly on the iPad without a keyboard. […]

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Touchfire: The Only iPad Keyboard You’ll Ever Need [Deals]

CoM_Touchfire4I write a lot on my iPad. I love the distraction-free atmosphere provides and the portability of the platform. I have written a ton of blog posts on the iPad, and wrote the majority of my book using the device as well. That said, it’s tough to write regularly on the iPad without a keyboard. […]

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The Touchfire: The World’s Thinnest And Lightest iPad Keyboard [Deals]

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Portability and ease of use makes the iPad the perfect product for staying connected – whether you are on the move or in the comfort of your bed. At its core, the iPad is essentially the screen portion of a Macbook with touch capabilities. But there hasn’t been a true keyboard that acts like an external keyboard – one that you can use that keeps the iPad the tablet  [Read More…]

Touchfire Wants To Give You A Full Keyboard Typing Experience On An iPad Mini [CES 2013]

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CES 2013 bug LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 – When Steve Jobs first unveiled the 9.7 inch iPad back in 2010, he made a specific point of telling how many endless hours, how many prototypes had been rejected determining the perfect size for an onscreen keyboard. 9.7 inches, he claimed, was the minimum device that you could accurately and comfortable type on. Any smaller  [Read More…]