“The device, which debuted at last week’s International Consumer Electronics Show, lets users attach a BlackBerry-style keyboard to the iPhone 5 and 5s,” Turner reports. “The startup behind the $99 product, Typo Products LLC, expects to ship new orders by the end of February, according to a statement today.”
Turner reports, “‘We’re excited about all of the positive feedback Typo has generated and we’re working hard to ensure that we get as many keyboards in consumers hands as soon as possible,’ said Typo Chief Executive Officer Laurence Hallier, who co-founded the Los Angeles-based company with Seacrest.”
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MacDailyNews Take: No word on how many units they had in initial inventory.
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