Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard

Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth iPad Keyboard

Verbatim just announced today that their Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard for iPhone and iPad is now shipping to retailers nationwide. This ultra-slim foldable keyboard is designed to work with Bluetooth enabled iPhones and iPads, making it much faster to type long messages.

If you use your iPad or iPhone for emails, blogging, Facebook, extensive text messages, or anything where you do a lot of typing, this sleek, compact keyboard can really come in handy. It gives you a full qwerty keyboard, making typing much easier for people that don’t like typing on touch screens.

Although it folds to be very compact to easily take it with you, the keyboard is larger than the on-screen keyboard on the iPad (and much, much larger than the one on an iPhone), so it great for people with fat fingers.

Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard

Features and Benefits

  • Bluetooth Wireless – Designed to work with your Bluetooth-enabled iPad/iPhone (iOS 4 or higher)
  • Media Console – Play, pause and control your digital music with the touch of a button
  • Ultra-Compact Design – Thin-profile keyboard folds and stores in carrying case for maximum portability
  • Extras – A carrying case for the keyboard and iPhone stand are also included, providing even greater freedom and mobility

The Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard comes with a carrying case and an iPhone Stand (that can easily be stored within the keyboard body). It is powered by 2 AAA batteries, and it comes with them too. It measures 9.2″ x 6.4″ x 2″ and weights 15.7 ounces.

The Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard is available for $79.99 at

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Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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