By Todd Bernhard
I work with a lot of schools, and increasingly, iPads are replacing iMacs. That's great, but many of those iPads need keyboards in order to be practical in class, especially if students need to do a lot of typing. But wireless keyboards present their own set of problems. First, being wireless, and expensive, they can be stolen or misplaced. They need to be charged. And each keyboard needs to be paired with a specific iPad. This can be difficult as most iPads are locked away in a charging storage cabinet when not in use. They would have to be paired up with the same keyboard each time and that's not always practical.