The iPad lets you use either Apple's Keyboard Dock or a Bluetooth keyboard for extended typing sessions. Which should you choose?
iPad owners and potential purchasers are surely wondering if their current iPhone and iPod accessories are compatible with Apple's latest gadget, and what new accessories they'll need. We've spent the past few days testing the iPad with every cord, cable, and plug we could get our hands on; here's what you need to know about the iPad and accessories.
There's an easier way to type characters with diacriticals than remembering obscure key combinations or opening Keyboard Viewer.
Matias' TactilePro 3 harkens back to the days of the old Apple Extended keyboards—keyboards that feel great but may come as a shock to those accustomed to today's keyboards.
Everyone wants to work faster. In this video, Jackie Dove looks at a pair of products from the show floor that can help you work more efficiently with your keyboard. We’ll look at iKeysToGo for the iPhone and KB Covers’ new OS X Shortcuts Keyboard Cover for Mac notebooks.
Touch Mouse turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a wireless trackpad or keyboard, letting you point, click, scroll and type in any application from the comfort of your couch. Oh, and it's free.
As impressed as Kirk McElhearn is with the newly unveiled iPad, it's missing one feature that he desperately longs to see.
Aluminum Keyboard Firmware Update 1.1 improves battery performance of Apple's aluminum wireless keyboard when it's used with another Bluetooth device and tackles an issue where a key might repeat unexpectedly.
Only a few weeks into 2010, Apple has released four updates to address compatibility issues with Windows 7 and better support for new Apple hardware, like the Magic Mouse.
Even if you know the keyboard shortcuts for the Home and End keys on a MacBook, they won't help you in all applications.