Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order

Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order

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Typo 2, a new version of the keyboard case for iPhone co-founded by Ryan Seacrest and Laurence Hallier, is now available to pre-order.

BlackBerry sued the company over the original Typo keyboard case arguing that it violates their intellectual property rights and patented ‘iconic’ keyboard design. BlackBerry was able to obtain a preliminary injunction against the sale of the original case.

With Typo 2 the company aimed to create a keyboard and case that would add the absolute minimum additional length and thickness to the iPhone, while still providing protection to the phone and a butter-smooth, tactile typing experience.

The result is Typo 2, which adds just short of a 1/4 inch in thickness and a less than 3/4 inch in total length to the iPhone, while still providing an unrivaled typing experience. This is made possible by miniaturizing the components on our circuit board, using our patented TYPOTouch keyboard technology and one of the world’s smallest Lithium-ion battery, measuring at just 1mm in thickness.

Features:
● Typo Smart Typing: Auto Cap, "." and 's words all enabled.
● Lock Key: No more unwanted in-pocket dialing or typing.
● Full Backlit Keyboard: Perfect for low light or no light environments.
● Battery Indicator: See your Typo battery life at any time.
● Reclaim your Screen: Touch keyboard brings back 1/3 more viewable screen space.
● Quick Currency Key Access: Easily toggle between currencies with one key.

You can pre-order the Typo 2 for $99 from the link below...

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Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order

Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order

Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order

Typo 2 Keyboard Case for iPhone Now Available to Pre-Order
odedo1 - August 7, 2014 at 10:05pm
Now when you have a scanner being covered up, besides it's a bit more time consuming pressing the button rather than a little tap. I even have perfect typing commenting from my 5s I'm doing now. No problem.
Sami - August 2, 2014 at 12:19am
It would be nice to have a keyboard that sits on the screen that can be swiveled to the back of the case when its not in use.
Bdiz - August 1, 2014 at 11:51pm
Would be great if there was a battery backup also.
Lolwut - August 1, 2014 at 8:05pm
Does it work with the 5s that I can still scan my finger? No! Next.
JuergenWest - August 1, 2014 at 7:59pm
What Seacrest should have done is sold the idea to Blackberry so they might be able to finally make something again that people might buy. At least more than a blackberry anyway.
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