This week during CES 2014, popular peripheral designer Genius launched a number of new products, including an ergonomic one-touch sync Bluetooth keyboard.
"No matter whether consumers are selecting a single peripheral to match the device with, or seeking to expand their device peripheral portfolio to pair their mobile devices on the go, or packing an easy-to-carry but powerful PowerBank, Genius answers with this latest product portfolio release," states the company's press release.
For starters, the LuxePad 9100 is a new Bluetooth 2.0 EDR portable keyboard that's compatible with Android 3.0+, the iPad series, and Windows XP/Vista/7/8. The company boasts that it's easier and more comfortable to use than a finger rubbing on glass thanks to the ultra-thin type scissor key structure.
"The scissor type key structure is ultra smooth and provides great tactile feedback. Use specific function keys for one-touch access to a variety of tablet PC and iPad Series features," reads the product page.
This device also has a leather case to protect the keyboard on the go, and to serve as a sturdy stand for an iOS or Android tablet.
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