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Keyboard-equipped iPad cases comes to Blighty

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Looking for an iPad case that incorporates a real keyboard that'll talk to the tablet wirelessly? UK retailer Gearzap tells us it has just the thing.

KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe

Enter the KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe, a £59.95 leather case that comes complete with a fixed in Bluetooth "silicone" keyboard.

KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe

That means it's proof against liquid spills and dust, Gearzap said. The keyboard's battery - recharged using a USB cable hooked up to a computer or suitable AC adaptor, not included - is good for 90 hours' key-bashing, the company added.

Of course, the iPad is compatible with a host of Bluetooth keyboards, but this is one that is always alongside your tablet, ready for use - and you don't need a separate stand to prop up the screen.

KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe

Netbook fans will, of course, scoff that their gadgets also have a built-in keyboard that doesn't require batteries or a 60 quid outlay, but iPad owners care nought for such cheapskatery, no?

The KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe is available now. ®

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