Choosing the best iPad keyboard can be tricky, so it's important to remember why exactly you wanted one in the first place. For most, this comes back to the numerous issues they suffer with the touchscreen keyboard.
Now, I'm not bashing the touchscreen's quality since it is just about perfect for the majority of the iPad's functions. For example, if you're going to be browsing the web and doing a little internet shopping, or spending hourn upon hour trying to get a three star rating on every level of Angry Birds, the touchscreen will perform well. However, it's when we start considering fast-paced typing that things get a little sketchy.
The problem comes down to the touchscreen keys' inability to keep up with you beyond a certain speed. Combine this with our reduced precision in our key strokes and you have yourself a recipe for a poor-reading text and a lot of consequent frustrating proof reading. This is because of either not hitting the keys hard enough so they don't register, or hitting the key next to the one you intended, resulting in typos and strange auto-corrections everywhere you look.
So we've got to the bottom of why many users canot stand to use their touchscreen keyboard for extensive typing tasks, so what's the solution?
Well, as I mentioned in the summary, I have found a bluetooth iPad keyboard that can keep up with any typist, regardless of the racing speed at which they choose to type. The case in question is the Blurex D-Lux leather iPad case.
Now, the first thing to point out is that this is not simply a case, but one which incorporates a wireless iPad keyboard into its sleeve. So from the word go, we can see that this product is innovative and set on saving the user time by allowing you to keep your keyboard and tablet together permanently. Naturally, the best part about the keyboard and case combination is the fact that you have the power to remove the iPad from this setting at any time and use the touchscreen as normal, but at the same time, it's nice and efficient to keep the two together.
You will therefore have no trouble transporting the two items on the go, since they easily fold up together into a thin, lightweight package. This means that you can just throw your iPad into your rucksack and not have to worry about the wireless iPad keyboard scratching your screen on the way.
Now, what makes the Blurex D-Lux bluetooth iPad keyboard so special is the keys themselves. Now, I don't know whether you've tried to use one of the soft, silicone sets of keys offered by many of the other wireless keyboards, but I found them to be difficult to type quickly and accurately on. This is why the D-Lux wins for me, as it features a full set of hard keys.
This bluetooth iPad keyboard is therefore the closest you will be able to get to emulating your desktop PC setup at home. This means that you'll feel right at home when you're carrying out those extensive typing tasks on the go, whether that's writing essays or emails.
The case itself also features an excellent angling function so that you can set up your screen as a monitor, just as you would with a laptop. This is far superior to the awkward manner in which most users type on the touchscreen keys, which forces you to lean directly over the screen in order to see past your hands. With the D-Lux on the other hand, you can just sit back and relax as the screen is propped up nicely to give you a comfortable writing experience.
The keys themselves also feature some time-saving shortcuts such as cut, copy and paste among many others which can really help you to cut down the time you spend when you're jumping between documents carrying out edits.
So without a doubt, if you're looking for the best bluetooth iPad keyboard, you won't do better than the Blurex D-Lux leather iPad case combo.