my great bluetooth keyboards for my iPhone
Hi all, if any of you have an iPhone and struggl to type with only touch typing. I want to let you know that there are pretty nifty bluetooth keyboards which are both portable and easy to use. I have 2 small keyboards, 1 from A T GUYS and the other from BOXWAVE. The A T GUYS keyboard costs about $45, and the BoxWave keyboard costs about $90. The A T guys keyboard is hand held and controls everything on the iPhone including the volume and media controls such as play, previous track and next track with its f keys on top. This particular keyboard can also be used with an android device, any iOS device, tablet or lap top. However, if used with a windows pc with JAWS FOR WINDOWS, it may be better to use only for typing because it doesn't have all of the function keys, but I'm sure you can get a little creative and work arround it. My BOXWave keyboard is a little more nifty than the A T GUYS keyboard as it is a slide out keyboard from a case that attaches to the iPhone. This one costs about $80 and plus tax $90 and can be found online or in a couple of retell stores like brook stone and maybe Best Buy. However, even though it is attached to the phone, it still is a bluetooth device which needs to be paired with the phone before using it. I can pull it out whenever needed and turn on the switch and press a couple of keys to wake it up and then type. Both of theese keaboards have a rechargeable battery and come with a usb cable to recharge it, but don't come with a wall adapter assuming you will either use your computer or your iPhone adapter. link to A T guys: www.atguys.com link for boxWave keyboard in brookstone electronics: www.Brookstone.com Braille displays might be useful as well but what else could you ask for if theese are a little cheaper. I realize that people all over the world are reading this and I am in the United States posting this.
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