The development team at DoBox wants to make your iPad even more useful. This wireless box will let you connect a mouse, a wired keyboard, or even a printer to your iOS device or Mac and let you turn your iPad into even more of a productivity workhorse. Calling it the first wireless dock for iPhones, iPads and Macs, the DoBox team wants to give you two USB ports to let you connect hard drives, wired keyboards, mice and even printers. While most of us like to use our touchscreen devices with our fingers which was the innovation in the first place there are surely times we all can see the benefit of using a mouse to navigate around an iPad screen, connecting wired peripherals to our mobile devices, and adding more storage with an SDHC card.
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With all the unsettling, unblinking zeal of a missionary, I want to try to convince you that something which sounds a bit weird is actually a great idea which will completely change your life. Let me admit up front that you will look a bit peculiar. You could, naturally, carry a bag instead and stash the keyboard in it, but while this makes you look less goggle-eyed crazy, it takes away from one of the main advantages of the iPhone-plus-keyboard setup: Why bother with the keyboard at all?
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Citrix have been smart enough to include this in the Citrix Receiver for iPhone and iPad. They call it the Wireless TrackPad. On your iPhone open Citrix Receiver and press the mouse icon in the lower right corner of the screen. Start Citrix Receiver on the iPad and launch a application.