ZAGG Launches Tablet, Smartphone Keyboard

Everyone loves their tablet and smartphone, which has essentially allowed consumers to do everything and anything a laptop or a PC might do while on the go. However, those devices still suffer from one big downside: if you have to do a lot of typing or input, the tiny screens and lack of tactile feedback make it a poor substitute for a keyboard. Salt Lake City-based mobile accessory firm ZAGG has just solved that problem. It launched a new "universal keyboard" which uses Bluetooth to connect into nearly every mobile device out there. ZAGG said the new product, the ZAGGkeys Universal, works with Apple iOS, Windows, and Android devices, to serve as a full size keyboard for any mobile operating system. The new device retails at $69.99, and is now available online and at a number of online retail outlets.