iPad's touch keyboard covers more than half its screen, obscuring most of what you compose. Bluetooth keyboards from Logitech and iLuv are designed to free up iPad screen real estate and make it easier to compose text. I've had a chance to play with them and here are my impressions.
Similar to the Kensington KeyFolio for the original iPad, the iLuv keyboard ($130) is build into a cushioned faux leather case. Below the keyboard itself is a raised area for resting your wrists. As with all the keyboards, just turn on Bluetooth in Settings, turn on the keyboard and the iPad identifies the keyboard. iPad then gives you a four-digit number to input on the keyboard to pair it. Once paired, you never have to pair it again – just turn it on and start typing.