Revisiting the iPad Keyboard Problem - Attorney at Work.
This discussion of various lawyers' use of keyboards with their tablet computers is timely, as more and more of us are carrying tablet computers. My take on this is that you don't need a separate keyboard at all. If you want to do real productive wordsmithing or pleadings, you need to use a tool designed for the function; that is, a notebook computer or a desktop computer with a real full-sized keyboard. I have said it before, tablets are designed for content eating, not production. Do legal research, browse the web, send emails, read emails, read books, read magazines, and much other stuff, in a portable format. Why spoil the devices with an unreasonable desire to produce work product wherever you are?