Dec 042015
 

Brydge

Christmas Countdown – Day 4

Like many other families we have several tablets circulating the house. Whether it’s checking emails, sending messages to our family in The Netherlands, updating the blog, taking photos, watching a children’s show, playing a learning game, online shopping or just browsing the internet, those handy little computers are getting quite the workout every day. While I love the compact size and portability I do regularly complain that I miss the convenience and speed of a regular keyboard, luckily that problem is easily solved with Brydge:

Brydge Keyboards are the perfect companion for your iPad, iPad Mini or iPad Air. With one smooth click these sleek wireless keyboards will give your ordinary tablet the look and feel of a little laptop, how clever!

BrydgeMini KeyboardWidely praised in leading magazines and online media Brydge has quickly become a big favourite amongst iPad users and I have to say I am not surprised. The keyboard’s classy look and stylish curves match beautifully with the shape of your iPad, it really is a perfect fit and looks very professional. Made from 100% strong, durable aluminium and packed with clever features Brydge is clearly top of the range, it’s obvious from the very first touch that this is a high quality product.

If you type quite a lot like I do you are sure to appreciate the ease of a traditional keyboard compared to fiddling with squishy onscreen keys, the chances of accidentally pressing the wrong keys are a lot slimmer. You can even control other settings straight from your keyboard eg. volume or screen brightness, playing music, switch between apps and more. Unlike other keyboards the luxurious BrydgeMini has backlit keys (brightness can be adjusted), ideal for that last email you want to send from bed without waking up your partner.

BrydgeMini Steel GreyThe BrydgeMini effortlessly connects to your iPad Mini using Bluetooth: simply switch on your keyboard, make it discoverable and it will automatically pop-up in your list of devices, easy as pie. The keyboard is completely wireless and rechargeable with the included micro USB cable. One single charge can last up to 3 months so you rarely have to worry about running out of battery life.

Once you’ve clicked in your iPad you can change the screen angle to your liking (up to 180ºC): stand it up like a laptop or lay it flat like a tablet, it’s up to you. The BrydgeMini is designed to securely connect to the iPad Mini 1, 2 and 3 and is available in three timeless colours: Silver, Space Grey and Gold.

BrydgeMini

The BrydgeAir (RRP AUD $199) and BrydgeMini (RRP AUD $179) are currently available at Harvey Norman stores Australia wide and online in the Brydge web store.

To find out more about Brydge, to browse the range and to order online visit www.brydgekeyboards.com.au.

For you chance to win a BrydgeMini (RRP AUD $179, Space Grey) enter our giveaway below:

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  17 Responses to “Christmas Countdown Day 4 – Brydge”

  1. Good Luck all

  2. The BrydgeMini has so many appealing features, it looks and sounds such a great product to have.

  3. love it

  4. love it too

  5. M.Moore wow love the look and style,it’s a must to have.

  6. Hoping it will fit my Samsung Tablet as well

  7. I need this. The tablet just confuses me I love my keyboard.

  8. I love the 180 degree viewing experience.

  9. thanks for the comp. I am a keyboard-holic. I have two, and previously had two others. they are great for typing.

  10. I love the compact size and portability and that I am not limited to the Ipad keyboard, I love the feel of a keyboard.

  11. Looks fantastic

  12. This is an amazing gadget…love it

  13. I like the fact that this has the feel of a traditional keyboard.

  14. Can’t manage with out a keyboard

  15. Its just awesome like its shape.?

  16. I love its range of functions from the bluetooth wireless connectivity, backlit keyboard and tilting the screen angle up to 180º so it can be used as a laptop or tablet.

  17. with this sleek technology we would be the talk of the town bring it on

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