Mini Bluetooth Keyboard for your iPad

Check out this tiny Bluetooth thumb type keyboard from Brando. It features 49 keys, a USB rechargeable battery and compatibility with Windows, OS X and even the iPad. It’s available now for $40 from Brando.

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  • Kimberly O. June 3, 2010, 9:59 am

    This has got to be the cutest keyboard I have ever seen. 😉 The price is really good. I was just looking at Bluetooth keyboards at Amazon and they are close to $100. I may have to buy one of these. Do I need it? Hmmm… well, no. Not really. I do have a mini USB keyboard that I use with my laptop when it’s under my monitor stand in my craft room. I currently use my Iomega Bluetooth adaptor at work so I can listen to Pandora with my Bluetooth headset. (I hate cords.)

  • andy chen June 3, 2010, 10:20 am

    I like it! TWO shift keys… a separate row for numerals… I might have to get one.

  • alexq June 3, 2010, 11:15 am

    Nice find, with the the black version costing $3 more :


  • Uli June 4, 2010, 9:26 am

    Thumb keyboards are nice as they go … but for the price you can be lucky to get an original Apple BT keyboard (yep, the stylish flat one) on sale at a local electronics shop or at some of the internet outlets … since there’s a new version out (uses only two AA instead of three) the elder 3-AA keyboards are sold out. Got mine for under CHF 40,- … and it’s not that much bigger.

  • Yeli June 4, 2010, 11:38 am

    I have found this site that has several Keyboards that connect up with the Ipad and soon to be OS 4 updated Iphones. I have ordered in a couple of their newer smaller ones but I have read they have a small silver one coming very similar to this one for half the price!


  • Adam Scinto June 5, 2010, 6:43 pm

    This is nice – Great size and inexpensive.

    But one thing about bluetooth keyboards; I’m using a Mac Mini as a media center and i’m using the Logitech DiNovo. I most likely wouldn’t have gotten a bluetooth keyboard that expensive, but it was a gift from a friend. One of the best features is the built in trackpad, on the PC version at least. I’ve seen the Mac version for under $90 but it looks different so I can’t confirm that it too has a trackpad.

    But anyway, if you’re going to use a bluetooth keyboard with a Mediacenter type setup, I strongly suggest a bluetooth keyboard with a built in trackpad/some type of pointer. Dealing with a separate bluetooth laser mouse in the living room, before I started using the DiNovo, was a fracking mess. The built in trackpad makes a huge difference.

  • John Smith June 28, 2010, 6:50 am
  • Adam M December 4, 2010, 11:22 pm

    You can get the black one on eBay right now for $15. I hope it will work great with my jailbroken iPhone 3G & PS3

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