They still provide loudspeakers to be connected to iPads. Also keyboards, which they also did years ago if I remember correctly. An interesting one is a docking station for the iPad. Somehow I get the feeling that after delivering a very usefull and handy appliance such as the iPad to the market, without all the extra kilo's of hardware that came with pc's; all the extra hardware you do not need is offered back again. Obviously for profit reasons. Probably, because that same market isn't ready for a full blown touch pane and miniturised interface like iPads have. (I have to admit that my old faithful MacBook provides me with the best typing experience ever) To me, it does feel a bit strange having a high-end brand such as Apple combined with a brand such as logitech.
Not to my surprise the Apple reseller store did not advertise this exuberantly.. I'm still waiting for Apple to put roll-up key boards on the market. None was to be found on the logitech site. Guess Dell have to provide Apple with flexibel keyboards now that their tablet pc division was thrown overboard...
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