From designer Austin Yang, the iTypewriter iPad Stand is one of the cooler accessories to go with Apple’s groundbreaking tablet. This goes beyond recreating the look of a typewriter. It also has its functionality. By setting the iPad in the cradle in landscape mode and pulling up the touchscreen keyboard, you can start hammering away at the keys, causing the arms to find the corresponding letter on the touchscreen thus activating an onscreen response.
And since Apple makes their devices do that clickety clack thing anyway (at least when the sound is on), you can recreate the experience of a typewriter perfectly without dealing with the obnoxious white-out. Unfortunately, it isn’t in production, but if you visit Yang’s site — click BUY — you can see it in action.