Type In The Dark With Zagg's Latest iPad Keyboard

Since the release of the iPad, accessor makers have been cramming to get in on the iPad keyboard hype. There have been a huge number of iPad keyboards out on the market, ranging from the all-in-one case with keyboards to the solar powered keyboards by Logitech. All of these have their own unique features and functionalities, but the one issue that has yet to be resolved is lighting. 

Apple's entire Macbook lineup now features backlit keyboard to not only help with more accurate typing in dimly lit workplaces, but it also serves as an aescetically pleasing function as well. Now, Zagg has released their solution to your problem. During the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Zagg revealed the Pro Plus. It features all the features that you'd expect from iPad keyboard cases nowadays: built-in batteries, magnetic sleep and wake functions, and best of all, a backlit keyboard. 

Now you can type as much as you want, wherever you want, and whenever you want without having to worry about mistyping because you can't see your keys. However, this convenience will cost you $130 dollars to enjoy. They will begin shipping by the end of September. 

Apple Releases New 2011 MacBook Air With Backlit Keyboard, Thunderbolt

Some rumors were true while others were far from it. As expected, Apple has released a refreshed line of ultraportables today. Starting with the new 2011 11" MacBook Air starting at $999 (that's how much a 27" LED Cinema Display costs btw), it now packs Intel's new Sandy Bridge processor, the 1.6Ghz dual-core Intel Core i5 with an optional 1.8Ghz dual-core Intel Core i7 upgrade, 64GB SSD, 2GB of memory and Intel HD Graphics 3000. The new 2011 13" MacBook Air starts at $1,299, packs Intel's 1.7Ghz dual-core Intel Core i5 128GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 3000 and comes standard with 4GB of memory.

But that's not all, both 11" and 13" 2011 MacBook Airs now have full backlit keyboards - A much requested hardware feature since Apple removed it from the 2010 MacBook Airs, Thunderbolt ports and they come with OS X Lion installed and ready to serve. Head on over to the source link for the full customization options.

Nir Schneider