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  • posted by Wajyi on 07/21/2013

    Pros: The keyboard comes in a nice package with a mini CD for drivers that I didn`t use at all. It has the perfect size, fits perfectly in my pockets, it feels good to hold. The keys are soft and look really hard to brake. It's well buit after all. Very easy to use with android. FN key and Shift key make it easy to access every simbol a PC keyb... Read more


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  • posted by Bales on 02/27/2013

    Pros: It works great, can be used for texting, play games end etc. Cons: The app that came with the keyboard didn't work on my cellphone (motorola Atrix). It works anyway, but maybe the app have some extra tools. It disconect after a short time without usage, so you need to pair it again with the phone The keys are in a bad position, it could b... Read more


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  • posted by deivid89 on 01/22/2013

    Pros: Very usefull, small, easy to use Fairly responsive good price ,easy connection to iphone 4G. Play and Stop music easy. The support on PS3 is good. Cons: Android drivers not supported. the license CD are expired. Need Blueinput to pair tablet 9,99 USD Case isn't too strong, very flexible. OtherThoughts: You need to pair press same number o... Read more


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  • posted by lserpa on 11/21/2012

    Pros: Small size and weight, easy connection, low price. Reasonably well built. Cons: Awful response time; bad tactile feedback. If you try to type a bit fast, it will miss half the keystrokes. Not fitted to long text entry. Useless for long email or document editing. Keymap not 100% compatible with my phone (Galaxy SIII), the semicolon is the... Read more


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  • posted by SirLagz on 12/07/2011

    Pros: Small, easy to use Fairly responsive good price Cons: Case isn't too strong, very flexible. Dropped it onto carpet from waist height and it almost fell apart. Keyboard kept pressing the pairing button by itself, possibly because the case had a bit of flex to it. Had to crack it open and remove the tiny little tab that the pairing button p... Read more


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  • posted by cciRRus on 10/01/2011

    Pros: The small size makes it extremely portable. Great to use with a smart phone or tablet on the go! Charges really quick and battery lasts for hours. Cons: It is hard to press the squishy buttons. If you type fast, you would find certain characters not registered by the keyboard. You would then need to use the cursor keys to navigate to the... Read more


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  • posted by Mathevvv on 05/12/2011

    Pros: - small size / light - micro usb connector for charging / cable included - very easy to setup with Android 2.3.3 (specifically Samsung Galaxy S) - very nice signal coverage - cheap - compared to similiar keyboards available in central Europe market.. Cons: - could have the "FN" function "lockable" - you need to hold th... Read more


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  • posted by Sylvester99 on 04/24/2011

    Pros: Easily connects to Acer Iconia Tab A500 without drivers. Android 3.0 bluetooth picked it up straight away and it was working within seconds! Cons: Cheapish build quality, but functional and works fine. OtherThoughts: Couldn't get it working on Xperia X10i and didn't see why I should have to buy extra software so I didn't persist. Support... Read more


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  • posted by pheromone on 03/21/2011

    Pros: Once I figured out the pairing. It works great on my phone, my android PMP, and my PS3! Solid product. Amazing price. Comfortable to use. And elicits oohs and aahs from some. Seriously this is a wonderful high quality product. Cons: It was a little confusing how to get it paired with my android PMP. It kept prompting me for the passkey bu... Read more


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  • posted by slaughta on 09/14/2010

    Pros: - Build quality is nice; - Packaging is also quite nice; - Paired easily with Linux and Mac; Cons: - Why on earth did they map the ALT key to ALTGR??? It's impossible to use menu shortcuts. - The keys may require a bit more force than usual, but this is expected on rubberized keys. - can't do some multi key sequences like alt-shift-tab (a... Read more


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