Revolutionary Touchfire iPad Keyboard on Sale for $50, Free Shipping [Deals]


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The latest deal from our partners at Stack Social is the revolutionary Touchfire iPad keyboard, which is the world’s thinnest and lightest iPad keyboard. This keyboard is different, as it is made out of silicone rubber that fits on your iPad screen, allowing you to experience a physical touch when typing plus still see what’s going on beneath:

The Touchfire keyboard has all the functionality of a standard keyboard, but in a paper thin, transparent rubber that fits directly on your screen.

You can still view the entire screen right through the keyboard with the ability to touch and swipe as if nothing was there!

Don’t believe it? Check out the video below or Google the reviews. There is no question this keyboard will turn your iPad into a laptop killer!

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Check out the video below for a full demo:

The Touchfire started out on Kickstarter and ended up raising over $200,000 (they asked for $10,000) back in 2011. If you missed out on the keyboard then you can now get it on sale for $10 bucks off, at $50, which includes free International and USA shipping (yes, it includes Canada!). The keyboard also supports Canadian French as well.

The Touchfire will work on all 9.7-inch iPads, from first gen all the way to the current fourth gen. It will allow you to type without looking at the keyboard. Included are magnets to secure the keyboard to your iPad cover when not in use. Pretty clever.

Click here to buy the Touchfire for $50 with free shipping to Canada, while it’s still on sale.

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  • Farids

    Brilliant. Well done. It’s one of those game changing products. Rubber and silicon keyboards have been around for a long time, but being able to still use the touch screen, the thinness, transparency, magnets and…. These boys have really been thinking and innovating! For those who always find something wrong with everything, it does have limitations, it’s not a perfect large full size Titanium keyboard with AI to custom adapt to your fingers and guess your next paragraph, with zero-point self charging batteries! However, considering the fact it is the first generation, just the design and build of it will inspire many and will start a new line of products that did not exist before.

  • $50 bucks for a keyboard cover? Too expensive #pass

  • Andrew Wood

    I smell astroturf…