iPad + Nexus 4 + Apple Keyboard holder
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Let's face it, most of us have enough computing power in our pocket to do 98% of our daily work. Recently I realized that most of the work I do is in the terminal these days with a bit of email. This means a tablet (iPad mini and my Nexus 4 phone in this case) loaded with iSSH would be the perfect lightweight travelling machine if only it had a decent keyboard.
I tried to find a keyboard for my iPad Mini that had a decent touch but they were all junk. Also, I find that I type better if I use the same keyboard for everything. The Apple bluetooth wireless keyboard is a personal favourite so I opted to created a little holder.
This one fits the iPad mini and the Nexus 4 phone in its upright position. This way I can tap out a long email on my phone if I need to as well.
Note: Nexus 4 + iPad mini is a pretty specific pairing so I created a version that's just for the ipad mini (basically just the same thing without the little notch.
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