The upcoming Phorm iPad case is touting the ability to add tactile typing to the iPad on-screen keyboard experience – as shown in the video above. It’s said to take typing on the on-screen keyboard to another level, and it does look quite impressive.
It’s got a few notable limitations though – it will only fit the iPad mini initially, and it’s only designed to support the built-in Apple keyboard (not the new 3rd party keyboards allowed in iOS 8).
The company behind Phorm is Tactus. They’re set to release the product this summer and pre-orders are available now at GetPhorm.com