Take the Touchfire Screen-Top Keyboard Home for the Holidays
Revolutionary Typing Device is the Perfect Gift for Gadget Gurus
New York, N.Y. Sept., 10 2012
(Virtual Press Office
) – Black Friday is right around the corner, and consumers are already contemplating their gift buying. The TouchfireTM Screen-Top Keyboard for iPad, a clear silicone keyboard that snaps into place magnetically over the iPad’s on-screen keyboard is the perfect gift for gadget gurus.
Touchfire’s patented key design transforms the hard, featureless surface of the iPad’s on-screen keyboard into a pleasant, tactile, typing experience. A revolutionary typing device, the Touchfire keyboard is being made in the United States and is on sale for $49.99 through the Touchfire website (http://www.touchfire.com
The Touchfire keyboard weighs less than an ounce, is as thin as two credit cards, and works with all versions of the iPad. It can be stored on the iPad or rolled up in the cover, making it easy to be kept with the iPad at all times.
“Over 65 million people use their iPads everyday but one of its major limitations as a productivity tool is that it is difficult to type on the glass surface. Until now, the only solution was to add on a heavy, bulky, battery-powered Bluetooth keyboard - negating the benefits of iPad's sleek, light design,” said Steve Isaac, co-founder of Touchfire. “We created the Touchfire to fix the fundamental problems inherent in typing on the glass surface of the iPad. With the Touchfire, typing on an iPad is a joy, not a pain.”
Touchfire was founded by Steve Isaac and Brad Melmon, two technology entrepreneurs who share a deep personal belief that iPads need to be better productivity tools. Touchfire is headquartered in Seattle and manufactured in Los Angeles, supports all generations of the iPad, and sells for $49.99 at http://www.touchfire.com