ThinkGeek TK-421 IPhone Case Packs A Bluetooth Keyboard

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 10:52am CDT | by , in News | Apple

ThinkGeek TK-421 iPhone Case Packs a Bluetooth Keyboard
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Case and keyboard in one

I like the onscreen keyboard of my iPhone, but there are times I would like to have a normal keyboard to use. ThinkGeek has pulled the wraps off a new case called the TK-421 that will protect the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.

In addition to protecting the devices, the case also has a swivel out QWERTY keyboard that hides under the iPhone. A magnetic catch keeps the keyboard stowed away when not needed. The keyboard connects to the iPhone with Bluetooth.

The iPhone 3G will fit into the case for the 3GS model but the 3G lacks support for Bluetooth keyboards. The keyboard has a normal QWERTY layout and should be perfect for the Blackberry user migrating to an iPhone who misses their keyboard. The thing will ship in mid-November for $49.99.

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