Belkin's YourType has a removable keyboard, providing the flexibility of a slim folio case plus a nice keyboard that you can carry when you need it.
This amazingly slim keyboard uses the iPad's magnets to stay attached, and provides an excellent typing feel.
The rubberized keys take some getting used to, but at least you won't be afraid to take this keyboard case to the coffee shop.
The traditional ThinkPad keyboard earned its reputation as being best for typing accuracy and comfort. Now a new contender is taking its place.
Many iPad keyboard cases are big and bulky, and you have to take them with you even when you don’t need the physical keyboard. Logitech's Smart Cover-inspired Ultrathin Keyboard Cover is svelte enough that if you do serious typing on your iPad, you may actually want to carry it with you all the time.
Keyboard utility Holdkey makes it easier to enter extended and nonstandard characters.
CIO.com blogger Paul Mah uses--and reviews--a lot of gadgets, many of which quickly make their ways into a drawer or onto a shelf after their initial novelty wears thin. But some electronics are essential. Here's a list of the five productivity gadgets Mah simply cannot do without.
The popular third-party Android keyboard app, now in beta, figures out for you where you need to insert spaces while you type emails or Facebook updates, along with other improvements.
KeyTweak lets you remap keyboard keys system-wide.
The retro peripheral from Metadot is a real throwback but may actually help some people type faster.