After lunch in Peking Garden (Greenbelt 5, Makati), I went around various computer shops and even visited the Globe business center to see how I can best connect to the internet, because I’m planning to get an iPad soon.
But what about the keyboard?
Should I get a wireless keyboard? Am I “too old” for typing on a touchscreen?
Well, check out TouchFire: Is it the iPad’s Ultimate (Typing) Accessory:
TouchFire doesn’t set off a single key when you rest you fingertips on the product.
It’s a thin, silicone sheet that you place on your iPad, so you can “feel” the keys as you type. This is great for the “older” generation that doesn’t enjoy tapping on glass.
Now this is interesting. It will probably cost much less than the P3,990 Apple wireless keyboard for sale in various digital hubs in the Philippines. 😉
For more information, please see TouchFire.com