Spike physical keyboards for iPhone let you type with ease
For consumers who have an iPhone, but yearn for the feel and touch of a physical, BlackBerry-esque QWERTY keyboard, SoloMatrix may have the solution.
Its product, Spike, is a protective case that has a hinged physical keyboard, which can be overlaid on an iPhone's display.
This lets users type away on a tactile keyboard, without the need for wires, docking, Bluetooth, or an app to download. You can help fund (and consequently preorder) Spike through its Kickstarter page. Slated for a September/October release, Spike will be available in two versions. With an estimated price tag of $30, Spike 1 is the cheaper model. Its physical keyboard flaps open when you need quick access to your screen. You can also remove and turn over the bottom half of the case entirely to move the keyboard to the handset's back.
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