Did you usually fill annoyed or irritated when using your iPhone because your having difficulty when your typing on your iPhone screen? and If you’re emotionally bonded to the idea of needing a real keybord for your iPhone 4? then the TK-421 case might be your fantasy
Well I think every iPhone user has just died and gone to heaven, and the BlackBerry is about to a take nap for the rest of the night, because the TK-421 iPhone case with flip-out keyboard is here.
ThinkGeek have come up with an iPhone case that conceals a flip-out tactile keyboard that connects via Bluetooth. Rather than using the iPhone’s dock connector, the keyboard is powered by a built-in rechargable battery that recharges using a USB cable. Even though our iPhone enthusiasts are used to typing on glass with no tactile feedback, nothing beats having real old skool style buttons to mash your thumbs on. Now you can have the best of both worlds with the TK-421 iPhone case with flip-out keyboard. This case has a handy built in keyboard that rotates out when needed. Use it for e-mails, texting, apps. It’s almost like your iPhone gained an extra super power!
There are two models of the TK-421 case, one for the iPhone 3GS and the other for iPhone 4.
Expect to pay $49.99 for the kind of bulky, obsolete, snap-on QWERTY keyboard Apple never intended for iPhone. The TK-421 will start shipping around November 18th and quantities are limited.
For the product features:
- Give your iPhone a real flip-out tactile keyboard
- Keyboard flips out for use, then flips back in when done
- Magnet based clasp keeps keyboard in position whether flipped in or out
- Increased typing accuracy and speed
- Works with any app such as e-mail, web browsing, notes, and calendar
- Completely wireless Bluetooth™ connection does not use dock connector
- Keyboard powered by built in rechargeable battery, recharges via included USB cable
- Invented and designed here at ThinkGeek
- Models available to fit iPhone 3Gs and iPhone 4
(Please note that the iPhone 3G will NOT work with this case. The OS does not support Bluetooth™ keyboards.)