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ZAGGkeys Flex in typical typing position
Here's a photo of the Flex being used with the iPad in landscape. Since the iPad is not attached to the Flex it can easily be used in portrait, as demonstrated in the following slide.
Since the keyboard is standalone, it can be used in any position desired. This makes it the easiest to use on crowded airplanes.
For those wanting the ultimate typing experience on the iPad the ClamCase Pro certainly delivers. It is a full keyboard dock for the iPad that turns it into a MacBook Air clone. It is constructed out of aluminum like the MacBook Air and looks just like a laptop with the iPad inserted.
It's not cheap but operates much like a laptop with a standard laptop keyboard. According to the web site it will be available in March 2013.