When the technology started going for glass-faced surfaces, I was a little more than perturbed. I used to be able to text without looking at the face of my phone and not worry if I had accidentally misspelled something or opened a different menu. Using a keyboard for touchscreen devices like smartphones or tablets gives you tactile feedback, but you normally have to different sized versions for different items.
The FAVI Mini Bluetooth Keyboard is both small and useful as it will work with just about anything. It has a keyboard that includes buttons that Android users will be acquainted with, and it has a trackpad so you don’t have to switch back and forth between the keyboard and the touchscreen. If you’re stuck doing a lot of presentations, this will also be of great use, as it contains a built-in laser pointer. It only costs about $50, and can connect via USB if you don’t have Bluetooth connectivity.