Spike iPhone Case Comes With A Physical Keyboard


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While Spike is hardly the first attempt at creating a physical keyboard for the iPhone, an Amazon search for similar products reveals many of them to be clumsy creations with lousy reviews. But unlike other iPhone keyboards, Spike doesnt need Bluetooth, a power source or a dock connection. Its not a standalone item, but an attempt to work the keyboard into the physical body of the iPhone, within a protective case. via Spike iPhone Case Comes With A Physical Keyboard.

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