So I purchased this keyboard last year for my iPod Touch because I did not want to mess with typing on the touch screen. I find that I use this device on all of my iOS devices including my iPhone, iPad, my Mac Mini and of course my iPod Touch. The keyboard is relatively comfortable to use whether on a tabletop or on your lap and it is not too small to type on and not big and bulky either. I paid $69 for it but they have come out with a newer one so I would suggest looking in to that one.
This review is about the third generation model of the Apple Wireless Keyboard.
The keyboard itself is very thin. It needs two AA batteries which you slot into it from the left side on the back of the keyboard. On the opposite (right) side is a round button.
The keyboard width nicely resembles approximately a 40 cell braille display, which makes it a perfect match for use with a Handy Tech Braille Star 40 for instance.
The keys feel very nice during typing, and are quite large.
This is a review of Apple's wireless magic keyboard.
Let me start off by saying that this keyboard is probably one of the less expensive Apple products out their. it's $99, including tax.
The keyboard can be pared by turning on bluetooth on your mac or iOS device. On the top right of the keyboard is the on/off switch and to the left of that is the lightning port for charging the battery. On the four corners of the back of the keyboard are little pieces of rubber shaped like circles. These prevent the keyboard from sliding when you are typing.
as the title says, this is a review of the keyboard buddy case specifically for the iPhone 5.
There is a separate model for other phones, but this one only works with the 5 because of its dimensions.
This is a combined keyboard and case where the phone slots into the top, and a keyboard slides out from the bottom.
This keyboard holds the iPhone 5 perfectly, and has holes for accessing the mute switch and volume buttons.
If I could I would give this item 0 stars but don't have the option to do that.
I have two big reasons for disliking this keyboard so much,
Firstly the build quality, the keybo
The iphone fits nice and snuggly in to the Boxwave Buddy case so you don't have to worry about it sliding out. The keyboard keys feel nice under the fingers but theey are kind of small. You can feel the buttons well.
The bad things are that the keyboard will double type meaning you have multiple letters. You have to type slowish to make sure that you won't have to correct lots of mistakes but it can still double type. If you are somewhere where it's hard to get signal the keyboard will stop doing anything which isn't good if you're not that confident using the touch screen to type.
This is a case for the ipad mini which comes with a built in Bluetooth keyboard.
The case opens like a book. The top part of the case houses the ipad mini while the bottom of the case is the built in keyboard. The ipad mini sits securely inside the top of the case. All buttons and ports are uncovered and visible. There are two magnets on the bottom of the cradle which allows the ipad to sit upright for typing. The case holds the ipad in landscape mode like a laptop. The case can also fold back to allow the ipad mini to sit flat on top of the built in keyboard.
Summary: If you want a very thin keyboard with almost full-sized keys, silent operation, a spill resistant covering, handy iOS-specific hotkeys and decent battery life, check out the Logitech Keys-To-Go.
Dimensions: 5.39" by 9.53" by 0.24" That's right, it's only a quarter-inch thick.
Hi all, if any of you have an iPhone and struggl to type with only touch typing. I want to let you know that there are pretty nifty bluetooth keyboards which are both portable and easy to use. I have 2 small keyboards, 1 from A T GUYS and the other from BOXWAVE. The A T GUYS keyboard costs about $45, and the BoxWave keyboard costs about $90. The A T guys keyboard is hand held and controls everything on the iPhone including the volume and media controls such as play, previous track and next track with its f keys on top.
This review is of the nuu minikey Bluetooth keyboard designed for the iPhone5.
This keyboard is a model designed specifically for the iPhone5 because of its redesigned appearance, there is a model for iPhones pre iPhone5, and the two are very similar but do have differences which I will discuss in this review.
The first thing to say about the iPhone5 model is that it is very similar in layout to the model for older phones, however some punctuation symbols have moved in particular one thing I don't like is the fact that on the pre iPhone5 model of the keyboard the comma was located in its corre
Hello. Its my first review here, so don't be very annoyed if I break something hard.
I used to have apple wireless keyboard, wich is a great product, but as everything, it has its minuses. I carry mine most of the time in my laptop case. What happened, was that it used to turn itself on in there. Those who own this keyboard know, how easyli the button in one end presses and turns the keyboard on. So I found myself in the other end of the house, again with turned on keyboard and no qwerty keyboard on the iphone or the iPad.
The RiVO (remote interface to Voiceover) is made by
a company in South Korea, but they ship world wide. The RiVO is a small device, about as wide and deep as a credit card and roughly 1/3 inches thick. It has a total of twenty buttons, and is meant to be a remote control of sorts to VoiceOver users and a keyboard/media controller for everyone, sighted users included. You can flick, change the rotor, scroll pages, read, type, select and edit text, and more, all without once touching your iOS device.