You don’t buy a $500 tablet just to entertain yourself. Think seriously. Put it to good work. Make an investment with these add-ons and get to work.
- Two fingered typing on an iPad’s screen may be quick enough for eMails but real work needs to have a real computer feel. You can turn your tablet into a laptop with the Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad2. You can also use an aluminium protector for your tablet that will work as a wireless keyboard and a stand. This will still not be allowed for use in flight. This keyboard case may cost about id="mce_marker"00.
- To do business computing, you will have to use sometimes Word, Excel or Power Point. Quick Office Pro HD will let you create and edit documents in formats that are compatible with Microsoft Office. You can store work on the iPad or use online services like Google Docs and Dropbox. This Quick Office may cost you about $20.
- An iPad that is loaded with videos and other downtime fun may not have space for important work files. The Seagate GoFlex Satellite portable hard drive will hold about 500 gigabytes of business and personal files and runs for almost five hours on an internal battery. Built in Wi-Fi lets you stream files wirelessly to as many as three iPads. The Seagate will cost you about $200.
- The Apple VGA adapter makes it possible for you to display everything you can see on your iPad 2 screens on a projector or a flat panel television monitor. The adapter will cost you about $30.
You have a complete iPad turned fully fledged business manager’s laptop for just $850.