I grew up with a computer in my room since I was 7. I was fortunate that my dad worked with computers for a living. Some called me spoiled; but I call it fortunate. I’m more skilled at computers than most men at cars. I also got my dads obsession with electronics. I have had windows and apple based computers. While I loved the thought I was able to own and afford a iMac; it was just a oversized (and priced) iPod for me. Most programs I run only run on a windows format. After trading in my iMac for a windows based laptop, I felt a hole in my heart. I needed something more convient and “cooler”. The awesome Hubs braved the crowds and got me a new iPad 2. Well, new at the time. But it was worth every penny. It’s a nanny, cookbook, accountant and more. And just like a girl needs new shoes; she needed a new accessory too. Since I use it everyday for some sort of typing, I looked into keyboards.
Out of all the options out there I settled on one that was portable and easy to use. I don’t like complicated; my life has enough of that.
So I choose the Zaggfolio. They have since added a new similar product; the Zaggfolio is the least expensive of the two. The new model has a backlit keyboard with several different colors. But since I reserve the darkness for sleep and not work, it was something I could do without.
Easy to setup, connect via Bluetooth and use; the Zaggfolio is my favorite accessory. It comes in both white and black (possibly more. Just check out Zagg’s website for more options).
The only con I find is its weight and bulkiness. I take my iPad everywhere, but typically I’ve had to take it out of its docking in the Zaggfolio to eliminate the weight in my purse/diaper bag. It also stops my spawn from creating their own master pieces on my iPad.