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IPad Bluetooth Keyboard Case Lands at Thinkgeek

by Shane McGlaun
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Not even 24 hours ago, we featured this cheap iPad bluetooth keyboard case from EFO. Now, the guys over at ThinkGeek are offering a similar keyboard case for just a few dollars more.

The thing is called the iPad Bluetooth Keyboard Case and it’s just $59.99 (USD). For your 60 bones, you get a black leather case with a magnet flap for closure. The case can prop the screen of your iPad at different angles for easy typing.

The keyboard connects via Bluetooth and it has dedicated function keys for the iPad. Those keys include home, volume, search, and iPod controls.

The keyboard charges via USB and the internal battery is good for 90 hours of continuous use. The iPad and the case weight 2.75 pounds together so the whole setup is still portable.

It’s quite possible that this is the same case that EFO is offering for $10 less, but if you’re more comfortable buying from a big site like ThinkGeek, it might be worth the $10 premium.

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