Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test


Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | TestThe wait is over! Motorola finally unveiled its highly anticipated tablet, Xoom with a 10.1-inch touchscreen with the latest version of Google’s Android mobile OS on board. It’s the world’s first Tablet to be powered by Android 3 and boasts some impressive specs. Motorola says the Xoom will launch as a 3G/Wi-Fi device by the end of March, with a fully upgradable to 4G in the second quarter. Check this Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test. You can find the complete specs of the Moto Xoom below. Some details might be missing and we would updating it as soon as we have have more info.

Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

Motorola XOOM Features

  • Android 3.0
  • 10.1 inch display
  • Dual Core 1 Ghz CPU NVIDIA Tegra 2
  • 1GB RAM
  • 32 GB inbuilt memory with microSD Card slot
  • 10 hr video playback battery life
  • 5 MP Rear camera with Flash and  720p HD video capture
  • 2MP video calling camera
  • Wi-Fi(n) Bluetooth 2.1, 3G , 4G

    Motorola XOOM Specs

    You can find the complete specs of the Moto Xoom below. Some details might be missing and we would updating it as soon as we have have more info.

    Motorola XOOM Tablet
    OS Android 3.0 Honeycomb
    Differentiation Larger display in smaller form-factor, 1080p HD support, first tablet with Honeycomb software, dual-core 1GHz processor, and a wide range of docking options
    Dimensions 249.1mm (h) x 167.8mm (w) x 12.9mm (d)
    Display 10.1” 1280×800 resolution
    Weight 730 g
    Processor NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2: 1GHz dual-core processor
    Battery Up to 10 hour video playback
    Connectivity 3.5mm, micro USB 2.0 HS, Corporate Sync, Wi-Fi 2.4GHz & 5GHz 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR + HID
    Network 3G, 4G LTE upgradeable, 802.11n w/Personal Hotspot
    Messaging/Web/Apps Email (Corporate Sync, Google Mail, POP3/IMAP embedded, Push Email, Yahoo Mail) , WebKit w/ Flash
    Audio AAC, AAC+, AMR NB, AMR WB, MP3, XMF
    Video 720p capture/1080p playback/streaming, H.263, H.264, MPEG4
    Camera 5 MP rear-facing camera with dual LED flash/2MP front-facing camera

    32GB on board user memory, SD card support after software update, 1GB DDR2 RAM

    Motorola XOOM Test and Review

    Five days into our magical journey of discovery with the Motorola Xoom, we’ve made the following three conclusions: (1) The web browsing and email functions of the Honeycomb OS are fantastic, (2) live Android widgets on a 1280x800, 10.1-inch touch screen are a revelation, and (3) people who complain about the Xoom’s weight and power button location either passed judgment too soon, or still haven’t overcome their iPad separation anxiety.

    On our end, we’re still not quite ready to issue a final review verdict on the Xoom. That will come later this week, after we’ve had more time to dive into Motorola’s hardware, and (if all goes according to plan) compare it against the iPad 2. But for now we can share the following testing notes.

    Web Browsing

    Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

    Notice that the active browser tab is highlighted in a lighter shade of gray. Hitting the down arrow next to the Maximum PC label would bring back the browser's tool bar (which disappears when you scroll down a browser window).

    The Xoom is essentially a Honeycomb reference design—insomuch that Motorola customized neither the desktop nor the core apps. So the tablet reveals Honeycomb in its purest, most undiluted form. And, boy howdy, Android 3.0 kicks ass in the tablet app we use the most.

    Within just a few minutes of use, we were loving the browser’s tabbed windows, which allow you to see all your open URLs at a glance, just as you can with any modern desktop browser. Want another window? Open it, and it joins its mates at the top of the interface. Open another. And another! You can open up 16, and any that are obscured can be finger-swiped into view. Tabs are essential for a 10-inch browser window, and its ludicrous that the iPad makes you hit a vague, featureless button to see a grid arrangement of all your open browser window.

    We also like the Honeycomb browser’s large, distinct refresh button, and its app-specific options menu, which, among other features, gives you quick links to a “Find On Page” search (a function that’s relatively clumsy on the iPad) and a “Share Page” feature with direct hooks into Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and Bluetooth. The browser itself seems pretty well-optimized: Page loads are quick, and page scrolling is faster and more responsive than on the iPad.

    That said, The browser’s object-caching during loads unnerved us at first: When you hit a link, the app’s cool, laser-blue progress bar immediately progress about 10 to 15 percent – but nothing happens on the page. You wait, and wait, and -- BOOM! -- the entire page then loads, quickly, in one fell swoop. This contrasts greatly with iOS Safari, which loads more like a desktop browser -- i.e., a little at a time, drawing the page as objects are downloaded.

    Is the Honeycomb way “bad” per se? No. It’s just different, and will probably alarm you for the first few hours of use.

    The bigger Honeycomb browser faux pas comes in the lack of Flash support. The Xoom and other Honeycomb tablets won’t support Flash until Google bakes in Flash Player 10.2 sometime this year, hopefully before the end of Spring. But, jeez, even the Samsung Galaxy Tab includes Flash (version 10.1). Sure, it’s not an effective version of Flash on Android, but at least it’s present, and you can turn it on and off at whim.


    Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

    Compared to any other phone or tablet mail app, the Honeycomb Gmail app offers a wealth of user options -- exposed right on the main interface. In this screenshot, the email message body font is set to "Huge."

    The Android phone version of email was so unsatisfying, Samsung prettied it up and reformatted it for the 7-inch Galaxy Tab. No such triage is necessary for the Honeycomb version, however. Besides being fast and reactive, the Xoom’s email interface is purposefully simple, makes great use of the 10.1-inch screen format, and exposes important user options right where you can find them -- on the main screen itself.

    When you first set up your mail account and download all your mail, you see a list of mailboxes on the far left, and a wider list of all your Inbox messages on the right. Tap a specific email message, and the left hand-column morphs from a mailboxes list to your Inbox message list. Simultaneously, the message you tapped expands to consume the broad chunk of real estate on the right two-thirds of the screen. In the contextual Setting options -- exposed right at the top of the mail app -- you can set message font size anywhere between “Tiny” and “Huge,” report a message as spam, or “mute” an annoying email thread that’s just dragging down your day. But these examples are really just the beginning of all the options that the mail app exposes right on the surface. Some people don’t like too many app options. But we see them as opportunities, and we appreciate that Android puts them front and center.

    Widgets, Screens and Animations

    Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

    In this shot of just a small portion of the Xoom's screen, we see widgets for the Honeycomb Calendar app, Analog Clock, WeatherBug and Twitter. Widgets run right on the home screen, pushing data in real-time, and all without having to launch an app.

    With a 10.1-inch screen, and a luscious 1280x800 pixel grid, the Xoom offers generous pastures on which to graze your widgets. Sure, it’s a shame the Android developer community hasn’t yet created any super-sized widgets to take advantage of the new OS, but at least you can widget your way to your heart’s content across five home screens. Widgets are a huge feature advantage over iOS.

    The 1280x800 widescreen aspect ratio also plays to the Xoom’s advantage. Compared to the iPad, it offers a decidedly larger, not-letterboxed viewing window when watching HD content. Overall, the screen isn’t as a bright and brilliant as either the iPad’s or the Galaxy Tab’s, and this is one area -- screen quality -- where we’ll probably see other “big screen” Honeycomb tablets trump the Xoom in short order. The screen errs toward a cooler color temperature, and its colors lack saturation and richness.

    Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

    High-def, wide-aspect-ratio video not only plays without hesitation, it also appears in a larger window than on any other Android or iOS device currently available.

    But at least RGB blue comes through bold and brilliant, and this is important for Honeycomb’s very subtle – but still quite sexy – interface animations. For example, when you reach the bottom of a list (say, in Android Market), and can’t scroll any further, a cloudy, blue “fog” will appear at the bottom of the interface element. And then there’s the blue laser progress bar in the browser, which we’ve already mentioned. Both effects are cool, and we hope to find more Honeycomb animations as we explore the OS and apps more thoroughly.

    Motorola XOOM : Specs | Price | Reviews | Test

    When you scroll to the bottom of a list and can't go any further, the top of the open window shows a hazy blue animation. It's subtle, yes, but we love these clever gesture cues.

    The Physical Beast Itself

    We’ll end this little progress report with some quick-hit observations about the hardware design, and all the experiential nuances it’s delivered so far.

    • We appreciate the Xoom’s non-metallic chassis. This is a very, very, very small quibble about the iPad, but its aluminum back-plate gets cold during the winter months.

    • Early reviews have complained about the Xoom’s rear-mounted power button. Oh, get over it! What, you can’t find the button? It’s on the back! And it’s very well-positioned when you grasp the Xoom with two hands.

    • That said, we don’t like the volume rocker controls. They’re barely perceptible nubbins that are hard to find along the edge of the tablet. And when you push one down, you can barely tell whether you’ve depressed anything. We’re not impressed.

    • Some incredibly nitpicky reviewers have also dissed the Xoom’s weight -- which is a whopping 50 grams more than the iPad. That’s 1.76 ounces, people. Are we mice or men? Both devices are easy to hold in our man hands. In fact, we’d hazard to say the Xoom is more comfortable to hold in one’s grip, precisely because it’s a tad bit squatter. It’s a pleasing, agreeable formfactor, and we like it better than the iPad’s.

    • Finally, props go to Motorola for engineering a relatively thin black border around the Xoom’s active screen area. It’s about half an inch, where the iPad is a tad over three-quarters of an inch. The Xoom’s bezel allows enough room for “fingerprint duty,” but not so much space as to mar the overall hardware aesthetics.

    So that’s our early scoop on the Motorola Xoom. What other features do you want to know about? Just put your requests in the Comments section of this article. And please check back soon for our first-look Xoom video, and the final Xoom review. With the iPad 2 just around the corner, the tablet wars are primed to get vicious! Click here for more info. Visit this for Xoom official page.


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    15 Challenger Tablets of iPad 2


    15 Challenger Tablets of iPad 2. Would you be more interested in iPad rivals if the price was better?,15 Tablets That Could Rival Apple's iPad. The iPad has captured many hearts and minds, but a fleet of rival  tablets led by a separatist Android. The complete list of iPad rivals. published by Much iPad on Tue. While 2010 was the year of the iPad, 2011 could be the year of tablets. iPad rivals will struggle to equal its slick user experience (familiar interface, iBooks, iTunes, and the App Store), but Apple alternatives do offer a broad range of choices related to shape, size, and screen--not to mention Webcams, USB slots, and HDMI ports. Many tablets pair Windows 7 with an Intel Atom processor, or combine nVidia's Tegra 2 chip with Android, Chrome OS, or Linux. Multitasking? Check. Accelerated high-def Flash video? You betcha.

    15 Challenger Tablets of iPad 2

    As the time winds down, more and better tablets are appearing which are challenging the authority of the iPad. The Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES), Las Vegas showcased 75 spectacular tablets whose invincible touchscreen slabs with Android and Windows 7 operating systems won plaudits across the world. A question that is triggered at this point of time is, which one of them is creating a divergence? Let’s have a deeper insight into this:

    1. Motorola Xoom

    Motorola Xoom

    The Motorola Xoom has soon grabbed worldwide attention through its dazzling applications. The device guarantees record-breaking performance with its Google’s Android 3.0 OS, 10.1-inch screen, Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 5-megapixel rear camera, 1GHz processor, 32GB built-in storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G/ 4G/ GPS connectivity, SD card support (unlike the iPad) and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 support.

    2. Sharp Galapagos

    Sharp Galapagos

    This tablet was unveiled at Japan in late November 2010, but it occupied the favorite position very quickly. It is expected that this devise will make its way to the US and Europe also. The 5.5-inch and 10.8-inch screened Galapagos tablet is embedded with Wi-Fi for easy access to Sharp’s digital e-bookstore. With this device the user can swiftly go through an array of e-books, games, music and video content.

    3. Samsung TX100

    Samsung TX100

    How can one forget the Samsung TX100 when it comes to tablets?! With the launch, the device became one of the most coolest hybrid notebook/tablet sliders. This majestic tablet runs on Windows 7 and certifies a power-packed performance. The TX100 also includes a 10.1-inch LCD multi-touch touchscreen tablet with a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard. Intel’s next Atom processor will be under its hood with ports for USB and HDMI. The microSD card slot and a touted 9-hour continuous use battery life is a remarkable step to break the stereotypes pertaining to tablets.

    4. AHX iTablet

    AHX iTablet

    The AHX iTablet is a one of its kind iTablet with elegant looks from the UK. It is compatible with both Windows 7 and the Android operating system. The device features: 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen (1024×600), Intel Atom Z530 processor running at 1.6 GHz, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity, webcam, SD card reader, 32GB of internal storage, a HDMI port, stereo speakers and two USB 2.0 ports.

    5. Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

    Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

    U1 Hybrid is more popularly known for its extraordinary Ideapad concept. The device has been integrated with a Windows 7-run Lenovo LePad and a detachable multi-touch Android 3.0 tablet. Its 10.1-inch slate derives power from a 1.3GHz Snapdragon processor integrated with 1GB RAM, 16 or 32GB flash memory, SIM slot and a 2-megapixel webcam.

    6. Toshiba Tablet

    Toshiba Tablet

    Toshiba is yet another ferocious contender in the tablet arena with a 10-inch screen and Android 3.0. Its specs include: LED-backlit display with multi-touch capabilities, 1280 x 800p resolution, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a rear 5-megapixel camera, Resolution+ video enhancement, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor and Adobe Flash support.

    7. Fujitsu 10-inch Tablet

    Fujitsu 10-inch Tablet

    The revolutionary Fujitsu tablet kicked into action with a Windows 7-powered 10.1-inch screen and 2GB RAM. The reason behind its super maneuverability resides in: Atom Oak Trail Z670 processor, two or four cell removable battery, front and rear-facing cameras. Amazingly, this Fujitsu tablet weighs just 1.5 pounds approximately.

    8. Viliv X70 Slate

    Viliv X70 Slate

    The Viliv X70 Slate came into the limelight at CES with its Windows 7 and Premium running 7-inch 1,024-by-600 resolution widescreen weighing just 420g. This sophisticated device features: 3MP rear and 1.3MP front facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, optional HSPA, WiMAX, EVDO, GPS, HDMI port, microUSB and microSD. The 5,600 mAh battery of the tablet can deliver up to 6.5hrs of backup.

    9. Asus Eee Slate EP121

    Asus Eee Slate EP121

    The Eee Slate EP121 is powerful enough to run standard Office software alongside other applications. It entered the tablet world with an Intel Core i5 processor and 12.1-inch 1280 x 800 resolution LED-backlit capacitive touchscreen display running on Windows 7 Home Premium. The most amazing feature of EP121 is that it uses a capacitive stylus for precision input and control which makes it handy for developers. Besides this the tablet includes: 4GB RAM, 32GB or 64GB of SSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, two USB 2.0 ports, mini-HDMI port, Bluetooth keyboard and a 2-megapixel camera.

    10. Dual-Screen Acer Iconia

    Dual-Screen Acer Iconia

    Acer has no intention of slowing down its pace of becoming a serious competitor in the tablet world. The dual-Screen Acer Iconia is a laptop-styled tablet with 14-inch touchscreen displays attached by a hinge. Weighing around 6.1 pounds, the Iconia features an Intel Core i5 480 processor, 4GB of RAM, 640GB hard drive and Clear-fi (for media sharing). Acer Ring is its other feature which makes accessing documents and web pages, resizing pictures and navigating through content library very easy. In addition to all this USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0, HDMI-out, a 1.3-megapixel Webcam and Bluetooth will also become a part of it.

    11. BlackBerry PlayBook

    BlackBerry PlayBook

    More than just functioning as a tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, which was released last September, does everything in style. Its 10 mm thick body includes 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. Not only that, its iPad-beating extras include: 3MP camera on the front, a 5MP lens on the back, 4G support, 3G support via BlackBerry phone and 802.11b/g/n wireless.

    12. Panasonic Viera

    Panasonic Viera

    Panasonic Viera rolled out its Viera tablet at CES 2011 press conference. Viera would be an Android tablet available in 4, 7, and 10-inch sizes. Till now, Panasonic has standardized the device mainly as a TV companion. The Viera Connect technology will enable the user to transfer and view content between the tablet and TV. The tablet can also be used as a remote control for home theater components.

    13. Vizio Via

    Vizio Via

    Vizio unveiled its 8-inch Via tablet alongside a Via smartphone handset. The tablet will run on Android 3.0 and 1 GHZ processor. Its specs include: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, GPS, MicroSD card slot, HDMI output, HD video playback, universal remote control for Vizio televisions, front-facing camera and Blu-ray players.

    14. Motion Computing CL900

    Motion Computing CL900

    The Motion Computing Oak Trail-powered CL900 tablet comes with MIL-STD-810G specs which can survive even a four-foot fall. The 2.1-pound tablet has been covered with a touch Corning Gorilla Glass display. Its 1366×768-resolution capacitive touchscreen can even resist a ferocious pen stab. CL900 also features two cameras, a USB port, microSD card and SIM card slot.

    15. Archos 101

    Archos 101

    The Archos 101 is a one of its kind Rockchip RK29xx ARM Cortex-A8 based 10.1″ capacitive Android 2.3 Gingerbread tablet weighing 480 gms. One of its unique feature is that it consumes power at a very modest rate and delivers 7 hours of battery change. The tablet has specs such as WiFi, HD Video Playback, Webcam and micro SD.

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    Gorgeous and Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011We've compiled a list like this with gorgeous iPad decals, 2011 'Year of iPad 2' doesn't necessarily mean no more iPad updates. iPad decals were bound to happen, it was only a matter of time. I just didn't expect them to be this gorgeous. You can make a boring looking. If you have an iPad, you should decorate it with a gorgeous iPad Decals is starting to go viral on Twitter Tweet It. Ten very gorgeous iPad decals latest Apple gadget, here are ten fun decals for the back of an iPad. She thinks there are so few good ipad decals now in the market, and thus selected some images she iPad Apps for Gorgeous iPad stuff.

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Homer Simpson

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    South Park

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Snow White

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Snow White Color

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Lego Mini Fig

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Retro Apple Logo

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Homer Simpson

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Rene Magritte

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Apple Pie

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Who ate my mac?

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Canon 5D MKII Mode Dial (other camera dials available)

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Reminiscing Apple

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011


    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    Black Skull

    Gorgeous Amazing iPad Decals 2011

    VW Apple Bus

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    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have


    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must HaveTop 10 Must have iPad Dock, iPad Chargers and iPad  Cables March 2011. There are a huge variety if iPad chargers, adapters,  Use the iPad Dock Connector to HDMI Adapter to connect an iPad to your LCD. Interested? These 10 iPad docks are must see: PadDock 10  Stand for iPad: not It has a built in speaker and offers 5 hours of extra battery life for app. With an iPad dock, there is an easy access for syncing your devices to your iPad. Top Ten Must-Have iPad  Accessories. You Can Use 10 Of The Best Dock With iPad.

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have

    Since the launch of Apple’s iPad, we have seen different companies and stores unveiling a range of accessories to complement the high-end device. Today, we are talking about the beat iPad docks available on the shelves. The very first and a good option seems to go straight to the Apple store and buy yourself the official iPad dock for $89. Anyway, if that doesn’t impress you a lot, here are the 10 best iPad dock options.

    1. Mac classic iPad dock

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    This interesting iPad dock is made using old Macintosh classic case. The case looks more like an arcade cabinet. Sleek in shape, the screen fits the case perfectly inside the old monitor frame of the Mac Classic. The access to the dock is pretty simple, and with some more few addition, it can be used just like any other PC.

    2. Savant iPad dock

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must HaveSavant’s iPad dock holds your precious iPads in style as well as elegance. They come in two models- The Desktop Dock and the In-Wall Dock. Desktop Dock transforms the iPad into a cost-effective desktop touch panel and also offers number of applications. The In-Wall Dock makes the iPad easy to utilize and also as the most powerful and cost-effective touch panel interface.

    3. Wooden iPad docks

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    The stylish Wooden iPad Docking Station lets you re-connect with nature. Handmade from cedar, the docking station not only looks great, but also smells good. The great looking dock makes use of standard USB plug, and is compatible with iPad, iPhones and all iPod devices. Tagged for $128, the iPad docks grab an important place in our life, and matches to your lifestyle.

    4. iPad - iPhone - iPod - Dock – Sync

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    It’s a complete package of iPad, iPhone and iPod docking station, plus the charging station as well. Made from natural wood, the dock suits any décor. Thanks to Woodguy, for an amazing design that complements your home as well as working area. Marked for $59.

    5. Griffin’s A-Frame iPad

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    Check out our iPad being popped out stylishly with Griffin’s A-Frame iPad. Its grooves are placed so that the dock does not block the speakers. Made from brushed aluminum, the stand holds your iPad perfect in style.

    6. iBook iPad dock

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    Unlike other docks, this dock features something special and worth to flaunt about. It has a working Apple keyboard, but no USB port. The dock makes for a complete package for your entertainment system.

    7. Mantis IPad dock speaker

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    Mantis IPad dock speaker from Vesta-lifeaccomodates your iPad in style. Mantis iPad dock speaker system features folding speaker with digital amplifier, subwoofer, auxiliary input and video output jacks and optional 4 AA battery.

    8. LUXA2 H4 dock

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    It’s a dock that rotates 360 degree to adjust your needs. So no more need to rotate your iPads, dock will rotate to the portion you want, making interaction more convenient. Made from aluminium, the dock is pretty light to move with ease anywhere you would want.

    9. Rotatable iPad dock

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have
    This iPad dock allows you use the iPad in landscape mode, fulfilling the demand of those who want to use their iPads in this mode. Pretty nice idea, worth appraisal.

    10. Menotek iPad Case Plus Removeable Keyboard

    Top Ten iPad Dock 2011 Must Have

    This is a great item to have for any iPad owner. The case has a removeable semi rigid keyboard. The keyboard can easily be connected to an iPad by Bluetooth. The case also has a sturdy metal stand on the back to help the iPad from falling back when pressing on the screen. Many similar items do not have a sturdy support for the iPad which results in the iPad easily falling down if pressing on the screen. The clasp to keep the case closed does not use a magnet, so it will not interfere with your iPad.

    • Snap On Synthetic Leather Case With Metal Stand
    • Removeable Bluetooth Waterproof Keyboard that works with iPad 3G and Wifi models
    • Rechargeable Keyboard
    • Rubberized keys are spill-proof
    • Keyboard can be used with iPhone 4 and other compatible devices
    • Size: 9.5"X7.5"X0.75"

    Here are essential iPad accessories you must have on Day One. You must want to know the top 10 great iPhone/iPad apps. Here we provide the top 10  iPhone & iPad docks for New Year 2011 Part II. Do you know how to add more apps to iPad Dock? Did you add iPad  apps to your iPad Dock? The number one must have device for adding to an iPad and also the best Via the proprietary usb hub dock or ipad dock one will be able to add peripheral devices.

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