At Daily Gadget, we have purchased and reviewed all the keyboard cases that can be attached to your iPad mini to turn it into a laptop.
Those that fit up to the iPad mini 5 are compared and reviewed below.
This time around, we’ll review keyboard covers that can be attached to an iPad mini and used as a laptop (clamshell type). …
There are also products that match the latest iPad mini 6, whose housing design has changed dramatically, review below.
This time, I bought a keyboard case that can be used as a 2-in-1 UMPC (Ultra Small Laptop) for the latest iPad mini 6th generation, so I reviewed it…
This time, we’ll review a keyboard case that can be connected to an iPad mini 6 and used as a laptop. Typing while doing a search on an iPad mini…
Well, all of the above have two drawbacks in common. This is it,
- It does not have a touchpad
- Symbolic keys (especially parentheses) are pressed simultaneously with Fn
Both of the above are design compromises due to the narrow space of the iPad mini.
The first point is that iPadOS has become a personal computer, and the pointer operation has become more convenient.
This time around, a product has appeared that solves these two flaws. This is ↓
Wide touch panel. Additionally, symbol keys including parentheses are lined up between the alphabetic key and Enter.
Moreover, the screen can be rotated 180 degrees and folded, making it a 2-in-1 type that can also be used as a tablet. It’s the same mechanism as the One-Netbook A1 and GPD Pocket 3 below.
This time, we will be borrowing a prototype of the new 7-inch UMPC (Ultra Small Notebook) “One-Netbook A1” that will be released on Friday, December 4, 2020…
Crowdfunded GPD Pocket 3 on Indiegogo has arrived, so let’s check it out! The footprint is…
Here, it’s on sale for 7999 yen on the Amazon page.
It costs about twice as much as other cases, but this is the case you can expect!
By integrating symbol keys and touchpads, the key distance is expected to be considerably narrower…
In addition, it comes with USB Type-C charging (many products of this type still use microUSB) and a keyboard backlight.
Completely finished as an “all-in-one” product.
Of course, I ordered this device as soon as I found it, so I will review it again when it arrives.
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