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Case for iPad and apple keyboard

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Can you post pictures? I kinda like the case with a strap!

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I just received my WaterField items. The Express Travel case and Suede Jacket. The quality is great and compact. The wireless keyboard and Ipad fit really nice inside the case. I will be buying WaterField cases from now on.

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zipur said:
Can you post pictures? I kinda like the case with a strap!

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Here are some pictures, hope you enjoy.

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I ordered a 10"neoprene netbook wallet from Amazon, should be here Thursday. If there is enough room for an Apple keyboard I'll post back with a link. It was $4+s/h

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It came today. It has bungie type cord in each corner so yes it will hold the pad nicely on one side and the keyboard on the other. Again I plan on using it with my Zagg mate on my iPad and it as a protective cover but it is made to use separates if you want. I may add a spiral notebook on the unused bungies of the other half


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A few pictures

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Mountainbikermark said:
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Looks like a nice case if you don't have a lot of things to carry.

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Thanks

Thanks for the feedback. I will look into them. I just bought a isound casse which is made specifically to hold the iPad and apple blue tooth keyboard. However it does not close up well. I will keep playing with it to see if I can get it to work. I mustarding to think I should of just bought a lap top.

If anyone else has any other ideas or options I'm open to them. Thanks
 

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How do you guys prop up your iPad while typing with the Apple keyboard? Is typing better in landscape vs portrait?
 

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Tom811 said:
How do you guys prop up your iPad while typing with the Apple keyboard? Is typing better in landscape vs portrait?

Check out the thread about the Incase Oragami Apple keyboard case. The case neatly stores the bluetooth keyboard while folding into a nice stand while typing--either landscape or portrait. I love it!

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Tom811 said:
How do you guys prop up your iPad while typing with the Apple keyboard? Is typing better in landscape vs portrait?

At home any laptop stand for $10 does the trick. But the cheap ones tend to be slightly bulky for traveling.

Landscape vs. Portrait is pure personal preference, unless you have certain apps, which only support on of the orientations.

I always use landscape mode, because the eye's have a natural widescreen view, making landscape mode more natural to use. But not everyone may feel this way.
 

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Tom811 said:
How do you guys prop up your iPad while typing with the Apple keyboard? Is typing better in landscape vs portrait?

As someone else mentioned, I also use the Origami case. I haven't noticed a difference in landscape versus portrait. It depends on the app. I may use landscape a bit more.

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I recently bought an apple Bluetooth keyboard for my iPad. I'm going to start using the iPad for work. My work requires me to be in the field most of the time and instead of using my company's p.o.s hp laptop, i thought i could use my ipad. Buying a keyboard will help me in typing faster and smoother. I have been looking for a case that will hold both. I've seen the Sena case, the isound iPad case, the kennsington case, etc all that have a keyboard built in. My question is there a case that will hold the iPad and apple keyboard similar to the other cases I listed? It would almost be similar to a laptop but the option of taking the iPad out. If anyone has any suggestions and/or ideas I would appreciate it. Thx

I have the same situation: I have a Targus VuScape protective case with built in stand. I also have the Apple wireless keyboard. What I like so much about this combo is the keyboard can sit beside the ipad, and reading source in front of the keyboard. This way just reaching out to the side is as natural as reaching for a mouse. This is a desktop working arrangement. It works well.

I also didn't want to to have to support the keyboard at the same time as the ipad.

I am current using a clutch type zipper case for standard size clip boards, pads and the like. I put the charger, cable and camera connector kit adapters in a zipper bag ... Pack of 4 from Best Buy. The bags have small holes
 

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