Pairing a Bluetooth keyboard with your phone or a tablet turns it into a pseudo laptop for those times when an on-screen touch keyboard just won’t cut it. Add the ability to fold the keyboard into a smaller form factor and you have a perfect accessory to keep in your gear bag. What if I told you that […]
If you can touch type on your mobile device faster than you can tap type (I just made up that new term), then a Bluetooth keyboard is a useful productivity tool when you have a lot of text to enter. There are already eleventy billion different travel sized Bluetooth keyboards on the market, so let’s look
What do all QWERTY keyboards have in common from the large clickity clackity USB keyboards to the smaller wireless keyboards? They all have dozens of keys. But less is more right? If that’s your motto then I don’t think you’ll ever look at another traditional keyboard again once you see the DecaTxt one-handed Bluetooth keyboard.
Although it might look like some type of Rubik’s Cube type puzzle, the In10did DecaTxt is actually a one-handed Bluetooth keyboard. This unique keyboard only has 10 keys, but those 10 keys allow you to type all the same letters, numbers, punctuation characters and other symbols you’re used to typing on a traditional keyboard, but
I’ve been staying away from keyboards for a while, since I haven’t really found anything new that caught my eye- until now: A slim, metal-bodied keyboard that looks like something from Apple, yet can pair with four devices and features backlit keys.
Back in July 2014, Julie wrote about the Qwerkywriter, a retro-styled Bluetooth keyboard that looked like the keyboard from a 1930’s typewriter. At the time the funding campaign was launched, the keyboard had a decorative return bar and paper platen, as well as vintage-style keys with mechanical switches for that clickety-clackety sound. In the time
Back in the day if you wanted to share one keyboard and one mouse between two computers, you had to use a clunky switch box that was connected to both devices. Today Bluetooth makes wires and stand alone switch boxes obsolete. But until recently, we’ve not seen many keyboards that will allow connectivity between computers
Multiple device pairing seems to be a trending feature being added to the latest Bluetooth keyboards and the latest from Logitech is no exception. Logitech’s K480 Bluetooth keyboard allows for three devices to be paired with easy switching between them. Is this a useful feature and should this keyboard earn a spot on your desk
The Kanex Multisync Mini Bluetooth Keyboard is a sleek Bluetooth keyboard that has been designed for Mac and iOS devices. And by devices, I mean multiple devices. This particular keyboard can switch between as many as four different devices with a quick press of two keys. Let’s check it out.
There are many different folding keyboards on the market for mobile warriors, prepared travelers, coffee shop surfers and tiny house Gadgeteers. These small keyboards are designed to take up minimal space while still providing a comfortable way to touch type on your mobile devices. I’ve tried many different ones over the years and I usually
Cases for iPads have run the gamut, from heavy-duty armored monstrosities to the barest wisp of a cover. Many folks, unable or unwilling to retrain their typing skills to use a glass virtual keyboard, swear by their keyboard case. Inateck has made cases for iPads that include keyboards for years, and they have recently created
Ever dream of having a wooden Bluetooth keyboard? What? You haven’t? Why not? Well, even if you haven’t, the French company Orée has thought of it. The Board 2 is a Bluetooth 3.0 keyboard that uses two AA batteries and is handcrafted from a single piece of wood so that the grain for each key
LG is “rolling” out an awesome looking portable keyboard. The Rolly Keyboard is a full sized keyboard that connects to a Bluetooth tablet as a stand, and then folds up into a an easy-to-carry stick that fits into any bag or pocket. It supports tablets with displays up to 10 inches in diameter. It runs off of
My all time favorite keyboard for a PDA (remember those?) was the original Stowaway Keyboard from Think Outside. They later came out with a Bluetooth model, but it was smaller and didn’t match the cool factor of the first one. It’s been 15 years since I reviewed the Stowaway and I’ve been hoping someone would
I still don’t own a laptop. Somehow, the iPad has worked out well for me. There are times I wish it had a keyboard, so I’m always on the hunt for a decent keyboard, but not a laptop. Is the Felix WriteOn Bluetooth Keyboard the one?