- Bluetooth version: Bluetooth 3.0
- 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
bought this keyboard to use with my ipad. no complaints, works as expected.
I bought this keyboard for use with my 3rd Gen iPad Mini. I used to have another integrated iPad protector/keyboard product that was bulky and added weight to my iPad (defeating the design concept of the mini). So I bought a new, slimmer case for my iPad, and now use this keyboard when I need to do more extensive typing. If you know how to type properly, the fact that the keyboard is divided in halves is no issue. The key action also feels extremely close to that of a regular keyboard. If you “hunt and peck,” I still think you’ll find this keyboard to be quite nice. The board is super light and thin, and I love the fact that it folds and holds (magnetically) which makes it its own protector.
Bought this for use with the Ipad Pro.... the best thing about the keyboard is that it is extremely compact.. like literally the smallest footprint of any keyboard you could own. I'm a student who is always on the go and am in love with this thing. It also still feels like somewhat of a real keyboard... better than the folio. I would recommend this product to anyone who is on the go and needs a portable keyboard. The typing or rather space in the middle between the keys takes just a little getting used to depending on how you type but you get used to it quick.
Nice travel size. Wouldn’t use for a PC, just tablets.
So lightweight, portable, thin, and easy to use. Long battery life.
This keyboard is one of my favorite bluetooth keyboards. I use this keyboard with my Macbook Pro and my iPhone every day. Very easy to setup, and the battery life is great. The profile of the keyboard is very good as well. Can carry it in my pocket or my messenger bag without taking a lot of space. I even did a video review of the keyboard on my youtube channel if you're interested in seeing it being used by someone before you purchase.
These keyboards look exactly the same from photos online.
If you're trying to decide, get this one, the iClever.
Feels slightly sturdier and has a nice finish. The Moko feels more like straight plastic and keys don't quite feel as good.
Never used a keyboard like this, but it's surprisingly easy to type on.
Comfortable typing size. Works great and connects quickly every time. Battery holds a charge quite a while. I've had this over a year and toted it around in my purse without a cover. It's still going strong. I use it a lot to type on my phone.
This is like the MacBook Air keyboard, but portable and ergonomic! It is thin and light, so it always stays in my bag. The keyboard is so comfortable, I don’t use my laptop keyboard anymore. It is very quiet with minimal key travel. I bought this for ergonomics, but the portability is excellent. The only comment I have is that I use the escape key often and this keyboard requires Fn+Esc. I’ll try to map the tilde key to Esc to solve this.
We recently moved to free seating at work and one of my concerns was that we shouldn’t share keyboards for health reasons. This keyboard solves that because you have your keyboard with you at all times and you just unfold it to connect, so there is zero setup time.