GeekBeat.TV Review: BrydgeAir Keyboard for iPad Air and Air 2

by Nick Smith November 06, 2014


Tablets are great and can be a good way to ditch the laptop when you’re trying to travel light, but there’s one big problem – typing full documents on a screen just isn’t as easy as on a keyboard. Enter the BrydgeAir, a keyboard for iPads that turns your tablet into a easy-to-carry productivity machine. We’ve told you about the Brydge before (we loved it), but that was for the iPad2, 3, or 4 form factor. The BrydgeAir brings that same great usability to the iPad Air and Air 2.


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Rating: 4.5 / 5

Company: Brydge Global

List Price: US$169.00 ($189.00 for gold)


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