superberg wrote:I think some people even got the Apple USB keyboard to worth with the Dock-to-USB adapter, but I don't know if that pans out to modern iOS devices and the lightning to USB adapter.
Also, the camera connection kit (which allows an iOS device to read pictures from a USB camera or a memory card) can be used with most USB keyboards. This is actually how I type on my iPad most of the time, and it's been working since the 1 through the current generation. Also works with (at least) the iPhone 5 and later.
That way, all you need is the keyboard and a connector. Or two, if you have both a 30-pin iOS device and a lightning connector...
On a tangentially related note: I remember reading that there will be a Windows/Mac release of Scrivener to bring the synchronization up to date between them and the iOS version. Will the same happen for the Linux version of Scrivener?