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TABLSKIN 2.0 keyboard accessory for Apple iPad could replace attachable keyboards


TABLSKIN may not be the most popular name among Apple product accessories, but their new keyboard accessory may change the way iPad users type their messages. The company has recently launched their TABLSKIN 2.0 keyboard accessory for the iPad tablet devices that could replace attachable keyboards.

TABLSKIN has recently announced the new version of their TABLSKIN keyboard accessory that can be used for both the Apple iPad 1 and 2, and may eventually replace attachable keyboards. The TABLSKIN 2.0 is designed for users who want to type letters quickly and precisely but find existing attachable keyboards too much a hassle to use. Measuring just 1.5mm thin and weighing a mere 9g, the TABLSKIN 2.0 is a plastic key-skin which you place on the screen of the iPad. It allows users to type letters without looking as each key on the virtual onscreen keyboard can be distinguised by the tactile feedback.

Acccording to Han Soo-ho, head of development team at TABLSKIN, the company plans to launch their range of accessories customized for Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 and GALAXY 8.9 later this year.

Here's a video of how one would type using  the TABLSKIN keyboard accessory:-

Source: Korea Newswire

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