Ditch Bluetooth keyboard for membrane overlay on iPad
The New York Times
IF YOU don't like to type on glass, you always have the option of adding a Bluetooth keyboard to your iPad, but that means adding bulk and weight to a machine whose chief attraction is its compact, lightweight design.
A silicon membrane, Touchfire, offers another option.
It's a clear membrane that stretches over your iPad screen to add raised keys, which help touch typists orientate their fingers.
The Touchfire is so slim that it can be left on your iPad under the Smart Cover, without interfering with the cover's magnetic closure.
The Touchfire costs US$50 (S$64). If you want to spend less, there's the US$35 TacType, which has a rigid frame to hold the keys in place.