Posted on November 30th, 2011 in Apple I, Apple II, iPad, iPad 2, iPad Stand, iPhone, iStation, keyboard, photos, Speaker, speakers, USB, videos, wireless keyboard
Have you always wanted to own a fully assembled Apple I computer or an all-time classic Apple II? Did you miss the chance to buy a super rare Apple I computer at the recent Christie’s auction? Fret not! You can now turn back the hands of time with the iStation and make your iPad look like an Apple I or Apple II!
» In stock for $85.90 at M.I.C. Store. While stocks last! (SOLD)
You need to watch these two videos first, an ad and a guide.
Posted on July 25th, 2011 in Bluetooth, case, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 2 case, keyboard, photos, videos, wireless keyboard
We love the Aluminum Keyboard Buddy Case
for iPad 2. It’s an interesting accessory that doesn’t just protect your iPad screen, but also has a Bluetooth keyboard. It is something that may turn your iPad into a “MacBook Air”.
Posted on July 5th, 2011 in Apple, Bluetooth, case, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 2 case, keyboard, laptop, laptops, MacBook Air, notebook, photos, QWERTY Keyboard, update, videos, wireless keyboard
Still dreaming for a notebook form factor device that runs iOS? Apple’s MacBook Air with Lion may be a good idea, but there’s never been a better time to turn your iPad 2 into a notebook with just an accessory. Introducing the Aluminum Keyboard Case — a highly portable Bluetooth keyboard for use with an iPad 2, and acts as a case which protects the screen and sides of the iPad. It’s a phenomenal product, so we are pretty sure you would be interested on what does the thing feel like, and how’s that keyboard. And more importantly, how does it look like a MacBook Air? We have the answers to those questions — and many more — in our full review, so read on to find out!
Posted on January 12th, 2011 in Apple, Bluetooth, iPad, keyboard, photos, videos, wireless, wireless keyboard
You got an iPad, and you want an additional nice keyboard for easier typing, but Apple’s wireless keyboard and keyboard dock are a bit pricey, so is there any alternative choice? Yes, you surely have a choice. Introducing the knockoff iPad wireless keyboard, it works and looks exactly like the real thing, and cost waaaay cheaper. Trust us — it’s worth it. Video after the break.