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Touchfire // Ultimate iPad Case with Keyboard + Sound Booster // Red

By Steve Isaac + Bradley Melmon
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Product Description

The Touchfire Case and Keyboard is the world's thinnest iPad keyboard and most versatile case. Touchfire is packed with innovative features that are simply not available in any other iPad case. The material feels silky if you lightly run your fingers over it, but put a little pressure on it and the tiny hexagons lock in and grip; the inner layer is made of a shock-absorbent engineered plastic; and there’s a protective rim around the screen topped off by a magnetic tab for added safe functionality. These cases are incredibly versatile, with over a dozen secure typing and viewing positions.

In addition to an array of viewing and typing positions that allow you to use your iPad sitting up, lying down, magnetically mounted to the refrigerator, or on the smallest airplane tray, the case contains a Sound Booster, which focuses the speaker output to the front of the iPad, thereby boosting volume by up 50%. Or, you could try the keyboard, which attaches magnetically, adds 3-D keys on top of your iPad's on-screen keyboard, retracts out of the way, and doesn't add any noticeable size or weight . Touchfire doesn't even use any power — it's simply the ultimate iPad accessory that you'll use day in, day out.

Product Details
  • ColorsRed
  • Materials
    Plastic
  • Measurements
    9.4"L x 6.6"W x 0.24"H

— Unlimited Viewing + Typing Positions For Every Situation
— Type Faster + More Accurately
— Boosts iPad Speaker Volume By 50%
— Magnetically Mounts To Metal Surfaces
— Durable + Shock-Absorbing

Dimensions:
— iPad 2, 3, 4: 9.5"L x 7.3"W x 0.3"H
— iPad mini: 7.9"L x 5.3"W x 0.3"H
— iPad Air: 9.4"L x 6.7"W x 0.3"H
— iPad Air 2: 9.4"H x 6.7"W x 0.24"H

About the Designer
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Steve Isaac + Bradley Melmon

Steve has been passionate about mobile computing since the early 90s, when he was one of the first employees at a Silicon Valley company called GO that made one of the world’s first tablet computers. He also worked on Microsoft’s first mobile operating system, Windows CE.

Brad is a product designer and mechanical engineer who has worked at HP, IDEO, Moto Development, and Speck Design. He has designed computers, toys, smart phones, medical devices and lots of camera and phone accessories.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return