So I purchased this keyboard last year for my iPod Touch because I did not want to mess with typing on the touch screen. I find that I use this device on all of my iOS devices including my iPhone, iPad, my Mac Mini and of course my iPod Touch. The keyboard is relatively comfortable to use whether on a tabletop or on your lap and it is not too small to type on and not big and bulky either. I paid $69 for it but they have come out with a newer one so I would suggest looking in to that one. This keyboard has to be turned on and off each time you want to use it and I find that this can be quite a nuisance as I have no light perception whatsoever and cannot see if the device is in fact turned on or off or if the battery is low or not. The newer devices' description says that it shuts down after a certain amount of time of non-use and will power on again when you press a key. This is a great option for those of us who are totally blind as you do not need to see if the device is turned on or not unless you power it down if you are not going to be using it for some time. Overall, I love the device and highly recommend it for those of us who have dexterity issues and have a harder time typing on the touch screen.
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