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bluetooth phone keyboard Customers Reviews

  • Little to light but it works great

    posted by jaslb

    It´s very easy to carry in case you want to take it with you on your trips.It doesn´t need any batteries because it has it integrated. You can charge with your ps3 or a computer.It works perfectly when using it in a big livingroom from the sofa.
    Great deal for a good price. Easy to use and very functional.
    Great item for a great price. It worked plug and play with my ps3. I connected it with the cable that came with it and ready to go.
  • Fits the Bill

    posted by donicaben

    Works with AndroidEasy to connectEasy to useLightweightRight size to go along with my 10 inch tablet
    I ordered this to use with my Acer Iconia tablet. When it got here the instructions were only to connect to a Windows machine or Mac. It still connected (it's BT). I quickly realized that I should have gotten one with a trackball to use with my tablet since I still need to touch the screen to maneuver around. Lesson learned. I just bought it separately, but could have saved some cash buying one that included it.
    It's a good deal.
  • Complete keyboard in very compact space

    posted by tz2026

    This is a full PC Bluetooth keyboard so works with computers (and things like the Nokia N810)
    The pattern is typical PC QWERTY with even symbols in the right places.
    You can generate every possible keystroke anything will require in an obvious manner and without special or mode-shift keys.
    Compact (pocket size).
    Very easy to use - just turn on. Do the paperclip button above enter to pair. Type pincode.
    Uses common, inexpensive batteries (aaa).
    Simple on/off switch.
    Insert batteries, turn on, poke the pairing, and start the other device. If the other device picks a pin, type it in using the numeric row, then hit enter. Otherwise use 1234 (and you will have to type it). Then start typing away.
    Inexpensive, but more for use like a remote control or thumb board than a real keyboard. But probably the best I've seen for things not intended for two-handed touch typing. Once you figure out pairing it is easy. Only major problem is you don't have a numlock or capslock indicator. Minor problem is the illegible "numeric keypad". Good value, but would be better with a numlock/capslock and a little paint to make the numbers visible.
  • Good cheap bluetooth keyboard

    posted by jmcollis

    For the size and usefulness, this is a nice cheap bluetooth keyboad that goes well with a tablet no matter what type of OS you have on board. The keys are a really good spacing - slightly smaller than an Apple keyboard, but not too much different. It works for me much better than one of those keyboards that are made to be a case and keyboard in one, as they always seem to be cramped for your fingers. There is also a good base with a grippy sort of rubber feeling so it will stay secure on most surfaces I have tried. Combine this with a case for your tablet that allows it to be seen easily, and it works really well - presuming you don't mind carrying a keyboard that is slightly bigger than your tablet (which I have no problems with). I've used it in meetings to take notes and have found that it works perfectly well without much issue.
    It really does seem that finally Bluetooth has graduated to being really useful.
    I would recommend this tablet keyboard to anyone who wants a keyboard that is actually usable - i.e. one with keys of a size where you don't have to completely change your style of typing.

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