Color：black, dark grey
Item Weight：7 ounces
Product Dimensions：7.6 x 1 x 5.2 inches
Hardware Platform：Tablet, Laptop, Smartphone
Batteries： 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
I use it with multiple devices (Android and Windows/Intel Compute Stick). This keyboard is much nicer than previous compact folding keyboards I've had. Metal construction, nice touchpad, pairs with three devices.
I am amazed at the battery life on this thing! It is so easy to carry around with you and types very nicely. I actually prefer typing on it when compared to my Mac butterfly keyboard (mind you, this is a terrible keyboard). At first, it was a bit tricky to get used to the alternate punctuations. Also, the backspace key is a little smaller than I would like, but once your fingers get used to it, it's totally fine!
unlike the other foldable keyboards this one doesn`t have uneven keys. all the letter keys are the same size making the experience of typing better. the backspace key takes getting used to because its tiny, and the apostrophe is missing (LoL I`m serious. That straight down apostrophe is not on the keyboard) they probably ran out of space. but I can live with it. I am using this with my Samsung tab s6 with DEX (which pretty much turns the tablet into a Chrome book) and I doubt I will type anything more than a few emails, search keywords, URLs and maybe a few amazon reviews. all in all, excellent product. It can be paired with 3 separate devices (which I didn`t know) so I an also control my android TV with this. portable, cute, high quality (I love the metal back) sturdy craftsmanship. absolutely recommended.
where is this apostrophe, really. maybe you hid it somewhere
The Tri-folding Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad has been a great alternative to traditional bluetooth keyboards. Best of all you can program up to three different devices to it. For example: I can seamlessly switch from my iPhone XS to my android tablet and then to my Amazon FireStick! Must have for multitaskers.
I'm typing on the jawn now, it's really ergonomic. I have big fingers and I thought it would affect my typing but really it doesn't. For the first few minutes the typing was laggy but then it "learned" I guess bc it's super smooth. I'm surprised by the response of the touchpad. Slight touch is a click and the real buttons are very fluffy feeling, which I like. And I've effortlessly switched between my 3 mac systems, one is 10.8, one is 10.11, the third is 10.12 all with no trouble, and with the touch of a button. Super stylish and I love the foldability (I mean that just makes anything fancier automatically).
-extremely ergonomic and easy to type with, even with big fingers
-turns on when you unfold it, and easily connects and switches between your 3 saved connections
-trackpad works nice and has 2 real buttons just in case
-its foldable, the hallmark of luxury tech
-to save space they had to change some standard punctuation into fn buttons like " ' / ? so you have to get used to that, although in most cases its used maybe every once in a while and it's honestly like a shift key capitalization.
-it is not a fully functional MAC trackpad (the apple command button works great, its just the win key), it can point, 1 finger to click, 2 finger tap to right click and 2 finger scroll up and down. It cannot zoom or open the dock or anything like that with 3 and 4 finger commands, but I mean what did you expect its not a specialized mac trackpad
-the backspace key and the number keys row are tiny. it needs some getting used to, but it took me like 10 min for back space key
-the scroll speed is really slow and not fluid like a mac trackpad, and you cant adjust the speed because its not recognized as a trackpad and theres no option in the keyboard menu. but again its not a specialized mac trackpad so still good for what it is
EDIT: found out to change the scroll and pointer speed, you just adjust the mouse settings in your system preferences, NOT the trackpad. now it works great!
I wanted to give this keyboard 3 or 4 stars, but honestly, I couldn't.
There are a few small this about it that I dislike, but there are so many surrounding mountainous things that I love about it that IO have to give it my full recommendation.
I've had this keyboard for about 6mo now. I use it daily with my Tab S3 for work sending emails, drafting legal documents, surfing the net, etc. In fact, it is helping me to write this review as I type.
Here's my pet peeves about the keyboard:
Keyboard Layout - The special character layout is slightly unconventional. I have to press the Function key to add a ? but the ` is a button away.
The function lock key is close to the backspace and sometimes I start doing function commands rather than typing out numerals at the top of the keyboard.
When capitalizing letters, I'll hold shift and press space, but it does not add a space. e.g. ILOVETHISKEYBOARD (holding shift and pressing space does not add spaces in between, can be an inconvenience when typing at a fast pace. and my fingers get ahead of themselves.)
Here are my top pros:
Battery Life, Battery Life, Battery Life. I am 95% sure I have only given this keyboard it's initial charge in the 6mo I've owned it. Checking the battery today, it still shows full life. Again, I use this thing daily!
Portability - I have received numerous comments, friends, families, even clients commenting on the size, convenience and how sleek the keyboard looks. It fits comfortably in my laptop bag. Despite the overall size, my fingers quickly grew accustomed to the key layout.
Functionality - The keyboard connects seamlessly to my Tab S3, I can use a mouse cursor on the tablet screen using the trackpad. For some online applications, it opens up more options than what my touchscreen alone allows. I can use keyboard shortcuts (i.e. ctrl + V) and it has built in shortcuts to collapse all the windows, open my email, and more.
Customer Service - Within the first month or two of buying the keyboard, the spacebar randomly stopped working. I sent an email to the customer support team. After 2 or 3 email exchanges and waiting a week or so I had a brand new keyboard delivered to me by the company. I was fully impressed with their service and promptness.
Overall - this keyboard rocks. Because of my initial concern of overall size, key layout, and the space bar malfunctioning I wanted to give this keyboard a lower rating. But after growing accustomed to it, receiving great customer service and never charging the battery, I am fully satisfied with it.
I don't know what (Ergonomic) means but, The Bluetooth Keyboard, iClever Folding Keyboard with Sensitive Touchpad (Sync Up to 3 Devices), Pocket-Sized keyboard is absolutely the BEST MINI KEYBOARD OUT THERE. I use it on my Mac Mini and my portable monitor for travel. To get it paired: I had to pair it up with Mac Mini on my big screen and accept that it was a Foreign-US (NOT) JAPANESE keyboard. And there you go. You will have soooooooo much fun after that.
I opened this with a little skepticism. It took about 20 minutes of using it to realize this little keyboard is legit. Connected easily, smooth keys with a positive click on key press and no missed strokes even when typing rapidly.
I've been using it for a couple of weeks on the initial charge. (20-30 min a day).
Sturdy chassis that folds and unfolds like something much more expensive. I'm rough on equipment so I'll probably order a second one as a backup, but don't see me needing it unless I drop it or do something equally abusive.