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Verbatim Unveils New Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Tablet Keyboard

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Nov 29 2011, 5:33pm CST | by

Verbatim Unveils New Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Tablet Keyboard
 
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It’s established that you can work form a tablet like the iPad on the road. All you really need to make it very workable for most folks is a Bluetooth keyboard. Verbatim has a new Bluetooth keyboard for folks wanting easier typing on the iPad and other keyboard supporting tablets called the Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard.

Any Bluetooth tablet with HID keyboard support will work with the tablet. The keyboard will work with the iPad, iPad 2, some iPhones, the Galaxy Tab, Xoom and others. It is made to be very compact for easy portability. The keyboard has volume and digital music controls align with a bunch of function keys.

The buttons allow the playback of music and support controls for pause and play. The power for the keyboard comes from a rechargeable battery and it has low-profile soft keys. The keyboard will sell for $49.99

“The Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard is all about giving our customers the freedom to be mobile,” said Ron Hanafin, Verbatim Product Manager, Accessories & Peripherals. “For on-the-go business professionals, for students working on a late-night term paper at the local coffee shop or for the everyday lifestyle blogger, this portable accessory is the perfect travel companion.”

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