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Mini Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for iPad/iPhone 4.0 OS/Android/Window Mobile/Symbian Smartphone

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  • Built in rechargeable Li-ion battery, Micro USB port in charging
  • Colour LED for working status indication
  • Built in intelligent power manage software for power conservation
  • Work with iPad/iPhone4.0 OS/PS3/PC/Smart Phone/HTPC
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Product Description

Key Layout: 49 keys Working range : up to 10m Charging time about 3-4 hours Compatible mobile OS: Google Android OS Windows Mobile(6.0 & later)OS Nokia Symbian S60(V3.0 & later)OS iPhone 4.0 OS

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • ASIN: B0043862N4
  • Item model number: BTHG-019-2BK-p
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
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72 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Aven Bross on November 27, 2010
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This keyboard went well beyond my expectations for how much it costs. This is an amazing keyboard for an Iphone or Ipad(I use it with my iPhone 4). It has several keys which allow you to adjust brightness, volume, control your music and even hit the home button all from the keyboard. The keys are very small and I don't think I type any faster on this than I do on the virtual keyboard but it does provide access to number and symbols without having to switch pages which is very annoying for those third page symbols. The case provided allows it to slide in smoothly and has a pull tab to remove the keyboard from the thin sleeve. The sleeve has an elastic strap on the back which is perfectly designed to fit around an iphone allowing you to strap your keyboard to the back of your phone. The stand works as well as it should. Overall it is a good keyboard for what it is but don't expect to be able to type very fast.

EDIT: Ok, day three of using this keyboard and I dropped it off the top of my dresser, a fairly big fall and it landed on a hardwood floor. The top and bottom pieces fell apart. The computer chip inside came out but seems durable and is all one piece, no million little bits inside this device. When I attempted to slide it all back together the on off switch which is held on by a tiny white bit of plastic snapped off, but the rest of the device is still intact and works well. I first decided that I would try return it but after using it all day today I changed my mind. Luckily the keyboard was on so it still works. After a full day of use on there still seems to be plenty of charge in the keyboard, even being on all the time, and I don't know if I will ever need to go more than two or three days without charging.
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69 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Lanulos on October 31, 2010
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I bought this to use with an iPod Touch 3G and a Playstation3. It took me a while to figure out that you have to push the tiny sliver-shaped button above the 9 key to make it pair when the other device is searching. The rather skimpy manuals (on mini-CD) did not make this clear; they did circle that button in the keyboard diagram but it is not mentioned in the written instructions. It seems to remember only one paired device at a time; to switch to another device you will have to enter a new random passcode each time. Being about the same size as an iPod touch (or an iPhone) it is basically a chiclet keyboard; If you want a full travel keyboard you will need something larger. The USB input for the charger cable is non-standard, so don't lose the charger cable! It does have an on/off switch, unlike some cordless input devices I've seen. Also comes with a phone stand and and slipcase. As to usability, it is quite adequate given its size and price. There are blue FN keys to access the special keys (such as Tab, Home, cursor, and symbols) marked in blue atop the regular keys. It does not seem to have access to PC F1-F12 keys, though I'm not sure how often you would want to use this with a PC. This keyboard does make it a lot easier to enter mixed number/letter passwords and data on the iPod/iPhone.
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60 of 65 people found the following review helpful By elcman on March 14, 2011
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This keyboard is functional. It pairs, but you have to figure out how by scouting around online. Practically no instructions online. My phone doesn't pair with it, but my hacked Nook Color does. (Bluetooth is still experimental.)

First, pairing. Pair using the code 0000 first on the device being connected to. Then type 0000 and press enter on the keyboard. See? If you're good, it'll show up on the target device "paired but not connected" most Android phones seem to get to this point with no hope of ever actually being useful. (May need Android 2.2 or 2.3 minimum?)

The lights? No sense whatsoever. Red is charging, that's pretty obvious. Blue? Flashing? Pairing mode. But after pairing it continues to flash? These lights are just confusing... Again, after pairing with the Nook Color, I turned it off, then turned it on. No lights. (Is it on? Wha...?) Then it showed up on the Nook Color as connected and I could write.

Two Android--a T-Mobile G2 and a Samsung--phones wouldn't take input or even recognize it after reaching the "Paired but not connected" state. All the instructions online made it sound like there was an APK I needed, but this one doesn't ship with an Android.APK file. C'est la vie?

The keyboard itself. Thin, light, it actually seems fairly robust even for has fragile as it seems. Rubbery keys with a LOT of up and down travel. Not easy if you're trying to type with any speed. Think of the old rubber pads for a calculator. Yeah, you got it. Because of this design you will end up triggering multiple key presses (a lot more than I had single key presses, by the by) as you bumble through any texting or writing.

The key positioning is awkward and overcomplicated. The FN (blue) keys are difficult to pull off. It can be used...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Rico on December 7, 2011
I'm gonna copy and past the instructions from another reviewer by the name of Joseph Dewey. He is the mastermind of getting this to work and providing you with these wonderful instructions. I have noticed that another person has done the same, but I'll do it again in case you missed it:

#1- On your phone: Menu-->Settings-->Wireless & networks-->Turn on Bluetooth
#2- On your phone: Menu-->Settings-->Wireless & networks-->Bluetooth Settings. This should start automatically discovering new devices when you're in this screen.
#3- On the keyboard: Press the button until the light starts blinking blue. When it's blinking blue, then it's 'discoverable.'
#4- On your phone: Your keyboard should now be discovered, and show up as a Bluetooth device. Click 'Pair with this device.'
#5- On your phone: Make up a code, and type in that code. It can be any code like 1234, 0, or abc
#6- On your keyboard: Type in the code that you made up in the previous step, like 1234, and then press Enter. Enter is the key by the period (.), and not the key by the L key. The key by the L is Backspace.
#7- Your phone should acknowledge they are paired, and you can now start typing immediately.

Now, like I said, I am using the new Droid Razr that was just released with Android 2.3.5. I use GO SMS to text and what not, but I will probably be using this as a controller for some game emulators.

Why I am giving it four starts instead of five? - The only gripe that I have with this thing so far are the buttons. It requires a precise push and some getting used to. Also, it did take a very long time to get it up and going but with instructions as simple as this, you can't really say you didn't try unless you followed them.

But hey its a pretty good deal. Got mine for $15 and actually works. What will YOU test this with?
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