- Bluetooth version: Bluetooth 5.1
- Operating range: up to 10m
- System requirements: iOS, Windows, Android
- Power: built-in 110mAh lithium battery
- Uninterrupted Working Time: 40h
- Standby Time: 30 days
- Charging Time < 2h
- Key lifespan: 3 million clicks
- Dimensions: 328 x 102 x 6 mm (unfolded) / 158 x 102 x 13 mm(folded)
- Weight: 176g
I really like the experience with this product in general. It's small enough to put it in a pocket but also big enough to type comfortably. Great keyboard-fingertip touch, the battery lasts for a really long time ( I really don't charge it more than once a month it feels like). As for the customer service, my keyboard kept typing itself and they just replaced it with a new one with no hassle. They responded quickly and the entire communication and the process was pleasant. I wish it didn't malfunction at all, but these things happen and I am glad that they are comfortable being held accountable. Highly recommend.
Great keyboards. Very portable, easy to carry, feels nice typing on these. Price is convenient, they’re a must have. It is hard to work with them at first, but it will soon be great for you.
Just got this around two days ago and I gotta admit, it arrived quickly here in the Philippines! I have no regrets on buying this. But it takes some time to get used to the placement of the keys because of the foldable angular design. Other than that, I have no complaints aside from the learning curve of typing on this keyboard. This a good companion to mobile devices especially on my iPad Pro. Super portable.
I finally bought an iPad Pro 2019 12.9". I didn't open it for a week while I researched cases. I can't tell you how many YouTube videos and online reviews I read on so many different options. I knew I wanted a keyboard and I liked the Apple Folio Keyboard case, but I didn't like the protection it offered. I considered buying the Apple Folio keyboard case along with SwitchEasy Coverbuddy or UAG Scout to add protection. But this meant spending another $250 for a protective keyboard case. I'm sure I would have been happy with this set-up other than the price.
Instead I followed Tom Solid's advice from his YouTube Paperless Movement channel and went with the Zugu Muse case and this iClever keyboard. Tom's videos are some of the many that I watched as I looked for what I wanted. This combination cost about $100 and gives me great protection for my iPad, a good holder for my Apple Pencil, and a nice keyboard for when I'm writing e-mails or documents. It does add some weight, but I think it's less than anything else I was considering.
The keyboard connects quickly. I find it very easy to type on and I'm not hunting for the keys. I like how light it is and how compact it folds up to. After a month, it's holding up well and I'm happy.
Got this for my ipad mini 5 and it works really well with it.
This keyboard is great for meetings when you would rather not carry around a separate device or tablet. It folds up and is not much larger than a smartphone. The only complaint is the lower keys of n,m, and the comma are in a slightly different location causing me to put the incorrect letter when typing notes quickly.
I’m waiting on my Bluetooth typing apparatus. So I cannot check everything.
This review is for the iClever Bluetooth Keyboard (Color: gray) with the ergonomic design.
I bought this keyboard primarily to use with my iPhone XS Max so that I don’t need to bring my laptop when traveling. I’ve been testing it a few days and so far it’s been holding up well.
This keyboard feels almost like a standard keyboard layout. The left/right ergonomic split layout is divided up to what I’m guessing what the average typist types with their left and right hands. For me personally, the left and right sections of the keyboard are split up exactly how I type with a standard sized keyboard. I’ve tested typing out different sentences that utilizes all the keys and the only keys that required me to adjust my typing style are the backspace/delete and the up keys.
In terms of the Bluetooth connection, I’ve had no issues so far. I also did not experience any noticeable lag. From the packaging, it does look like this model uses Bluetooth 5.1. Although the hardware looks very similar or identical to other keyboards sold on Amazon, it does appear that iClever has their own firmware on the keyboard. When I open the keyboard, it instantly connects to my phone (and appears as iClever IC-BK06 Keyboard).
Speaking of iClever, the other thing I liked about this keyboard is the customer service provided by iClever. Before getting this keyboard, I had purchased the cheaper model iClever Bluetooth Keyboard (Color: Grey) that didn’t have the ergonomic layout. But I just couldn’t get used to that keyboard’s layout because the “N”, “M”, “,” row keys were spaced too different from the standard keyboard layout. I emailed iClever’s customer support to explain the situation and they were very understanding and let me return that keyboard for a full refund.
If you need a decent compact travel keyboard, I recommend getting this one from iClever.
I purchased this keyboard after doing much research on many Bluetooth keyboards. This one fit my purpose. I’m an insurance adjuster and use my phone to type up reports while on site. This keyboard is handy.
This keyboard surpasses prior keyboards I had used. The closing feature is great for protecting the keys. The keys are a pleasure to type on.
started using an ergonomic keyboard at work, and now I'm ruined for life. I can never go back to a normal keyboard.
I use this when I use my phone as a word processor. its great! if you put a roll of coins under the seems it almost has the shape of a real ergonomic keyboard.
haven't used this long enough to really speak to the battery life. but no problems so far.