Brooklyn NewYork (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Because many iPad users claim that touch-typing is highly unnatural, there has been a barrage of add-on keyboards in the last few years. SleeKeys is unique because it interacts with the on-screen keyboard directly and uses no Bluetooth or Electricity. SleeKeys never needs pairing or charging of any sort. It doesn’t connect to the iPad in any way, and requires no assembly. SleeKeys’ innovative design and flexibility ensures it never gets in the way when not in use. Additionally, no battery life is drained from the iPad when using SleeKeys. At ¼ inch thin, SleeKeys is attractively slim, lightweight and easy to use. SleeKeys is compactly built into a iPad case and can be accessed in a split second. To begin typing, you simply flip out the keyboard, align it with the on-screen virtual keyboard and instantaneously, the efficiency you’ve always dreamed of is at your fingertips. With its flowing design, superb typing capabilities, and hassle-free integration, SleeKeys offers a keyboard like no other.
SleeKeys is launching a Kickstarter campaign that aims to raise funds and generate publicity and feedback. SleeKeys plans to award its Kickstarter friends with the first batch of keyboards in December. Prices for Kickstarter members will be $50-$55, and regular consumers can expect a price point of $65. The average Bluetooth iPad keyboard cost ranges from $80-$120.
The SleeKeys kickstarter campaign will start on August 27 and run for 30 days with a $20,000 goal
SleekTech was founded by David Berger, a Brooklyn-born innovator and tech entrepreneur. David is personally responsible for overseeing all design, manufacturing, and marketing operations for SleekTech, which encompasses designers and manufacturers in several states and countries. SleekTech has collaborated with New York based Creative engineering and New Jersey based R S design to design SleeKeys, while primary manufacting has been done mostly in China.