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Blog . The USB Typewriter
The USB Typewriter, developed by the creative mind of Jack Zylkin, was designed to provide lovers of the classic typewriter and iPad with a beautiful hybrid between the two! Compatible with any tablet, desktop, or laptop device supported by a “USB On-The-Go” feature, the USB typewriter can incorporate just about any portable device into your work flow. Jack has also incorporated modern keys into his typewriters such as Control, Alt, Cmd, and Backspace keys. The USB Typewriter has also been equipped with an ”Fn” key. This key, when held down, enables the secondary functions for all the other keys on the machine allowing for a full range of key commands! The USB Typewriter also retains the ability to type directly on paper rather than being restrained to the tablet, desktop, or laptop. This logistical ability enables you to create a digital copy as well as a hard copy of your document! The USB Typewriter has been so well received, PC Magazine named it one of the “Top 10 iPad Accessories” for 2010! Soon after articles from NPR’s Morning Edition, The Martha Stewart Show, CNN HLN, WIRED, and Gizmodo began to support Jack and his product! To get started working with one of the most widely loved and collected tablet accessories, visit USB Typewriter.com today!
DIY kit: $49.00 – $74.00
Ready to use: $699 – $899.00