Keyboard Cases WIKI
|Keyboard Cases Overview|
|Tablet Keyboard Cases reviews|
Keyboard cases add to the functionality of the device by providing the standard QWERTY keyboard embedded right into the carrier. This allows the user to easily convert the tablet into a laptop, as the built-in keyboard makes up for the tablet touchscreen’s poor typing quality. Such cases are therefore ideal for those often employing the tablet to write email and such.
When opened, tablet keyboard cases will often resemble a laptop format and sometimes even to the letter. The bottom half of the tablet keyboard case is devoted to the typing area; the tablet is held firm above this with clips, straps or even small magnets. Tablet cases with keyboard should allow the angle of the screen to be adjusted for viewing as the user sees fit.
One variable feature with keyboard cases is the stand. Some such cases include a pull-out pad that extends underneath the keyboard to add a bit of extra weight to that area, allowing the keyboard to hold down the device during use. Other models may include a kickstand-type support to provide greater stability for the tablet. See the illustrations on this page for examples of both types of keyboard case.