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Minisuit BluBoard - Wireless Keyboard for Android Blackberry Kindle iOS OS X, Microsoft Surface, iPad Air 2 3 4, Samsung Galaxy, Chromo, ASUS MeMO Pad, Google Nexus

4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

  • Minisuit introduces top-of-the-line Universal Qwerty Keyboard for tablets. Features integrated ergonomic tilt that provides added comfort and avoids strain while typing. Not compatible with devices running Bluetooth 4.0 (Dimensions: 11x7x0.5 inches)
  • Full-size desktop keys provide tactile feedback to improve typing accuracy and speed. Wireless Bluetooth technology provides a clean, cable-free workspace, and quickly syncs to your device. Turn your tablet into a mini laptop station in a cinch!
  • Please note: This keyboard works only with devices that have built-in Bluetooth 3.0 capability, which most laptops and tablets have. Older computers or even televisions may require a Bluetooth dongle adapter for connectivity (sold separately).
  • Power indicator light lets user know when battery is full, charging, or running low. 120 hours of continuous work time; 2 hours for a full charge; USB charging cable is included.
  • BluBoard supports devices running Bluetooth 3.0 on iOS, Android, Blackberry, Kindle, and Windows. Acer, Google Nexus, iPad, Mini, Kindle Fire HD/HDx, Microsoft Surface, Motorola, Playbook, Samsung Galaxy Note, Tab, and many more!

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B00E1MRYK2
  • Item model number: Universal
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 19, 2013
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Product Description

Finally the perfect wireless Qwerty Keyboard that is designed with you in mind! Minisuit does it again with their newest keyboard addition. BluBoard has full-size keys like a desktop keyboard. Weighing merely 1 pound, it is lightweight and portable. Can pair to virtually any tablet or phablet device running on Bluetooth 3.0, on iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows, or Amazon Kindle. Unless you are a T-Rex with tiny claws or a small baby who has miniature hands, this item is the must-have keyboard for anyone who is smart enough to own a tablet! Stand your tablet neatly into the slot provided, and fold the top over when you're done to keep the keys free of dust and lint. Power light indicator lets you know when battery is full or needs a charge. Sleek, professional, and ergonomic design is perfect for traveling, working, or commuting! Get yours today!

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! December 3, 2013
There are some things that should be mini, but keyboards should NOT. Fingers jam all over the letters, producing incoherent sentences and MUCH MUCH frustration. However, this full-sized keyboard does not.

In 90% of the products I buy, I always find something that I wish they had. The first thing I thought after connecting my ipad to this keyboard was GEE, I wish there were some sort of home button. AND GUESS WHAT? There is. Then, I looked at the keyboard, and thought hm, I wish they were some sort of instruction map to show what these symbols mean. AND GUESS WHAT? The paper included has it all laid out for you.

Instructions are clear and simple. First you stick your tablet onto your keyboard. And it holds on tight. Sure, It'll fall off if you turn the keyboard upside down, but I tried pushing on it and it stays put. Second, you turn on the keyboard. Third, you activate the bluetooth on your keyboard by pressing a button. Fourth, you activate the bluetooth on your tablet. DONE.

The keyboard comes with a usb cable for you to charge it with. Remember to shake the box, as mine got caught at the other end of it. You can connect the usb cable to any USB adapter (like that that comes with your android or iphone) and it can charge straight from a plug. The keyboard is also wrapped in a faux-leather casing so you can take it with you on the road. They really thought of everything!

By the way, I typed this entire review on this bluetooth keyboard. And it was way faster and error-free than if I tried to with my ipad.

Makes for an awesome gift for any tablet owner. I truly love this and I cannot use it again and again and again :)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Only keyboard you'll ever need December 4, 2013
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Every year I buy myself a new tablet and a custom fitted keyboard case to go with it. However, I recently started to realize that spending $40-$50 each time was a waste of money because all I really need was ONE wireless keyboard and a stand (this has both). And that's exactly why I bought this one along with a thin case that allows the device to sit on the keyboard.

I love it because it doesn't feel like I'm lugging around a laptop whenever I'm not using the keyboard. Not only that, this is a full sized keyboard which makes it perfect for typing. The trouble with the smaller keyboards for smaller tablets are that they aren't made for people with regular sized hands.

I've waited a few weeks before leaving a review to make sure there aren't any hiccups along the way and so far, so good. They keyboard even has a pretty amazing battery life.

Hope that helps!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
By Mark
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I've had this keyboard for a week. While there are many pluses, there are some important negatives for non-Apple users (both Android and Windows.) Overall, it is a satisfying keyboard. However, they need to design things better for non-Apple devices. So, if you are an Android user, I give this a tepid recommendation, if you can put up with the "Cons" mentioned below:


+ Very sturdy keyboard. Well constructed aluminum, with an excellent case. This one was obviously built with durability in mind.

+ Keys are high quality full sized. If you are a touch typist, you will be satisfied, however, see the gotchas below in the "Cons" if you are using an Android or Windows device.

+ Excellent key spacing and layout of primary keys. There are some keyboard layout issues (see below).

+ Doing and alt-tab cycles between open apps in Android, like what I'm used to doing in Windows.

+ If you are an Apple product user, you'll love this keyboard. Unfortunately, the creators of this keyboard are obviously Apple lovers and apparently know little about Android and PC functions and keyboarding. Too bad, their design oversights (see below) have made what should be a 5-star keyboard a 3- or even 2-star keyboard.

+ Technical support is very responsive.


- Control key is misplaced, not in the usual place (lower left corner of keyboard), as it has been in PC keyboards forever. Instead there is an "fn" key in the lower left corner, with the Control key to its right. This is annoying to touch typists, like me, who use the Control key all the time for copying, pasting, cutting and cursor movement.

- There's a Command key. I don't know what that is for. I think that's an Apple thing.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
OK - so firstly I have to admit I absolutely love the iPad, but while I love the touchscreen input, I also value the ability to touch-type at full speed. I took ages looking for a keyboard, and previously bought the Logitec Ultra Thin, then the Zagg Folio, a Zagg Cover, and finally this keyboard. Read on for a comparative review.

Basically there are three types of keyboard.

1. The “Folio” which are attached to your device and (when closed) cover the back and screen
2. The “Cover” which (ironically) only cover the screen when closed
3. The “Free Standing” keyboard - which aren’t connected at all, but can also be used for other devices.

This Minisuit - is the “Free Standing” variety. It’s worth noting, it’s not just for iPads. It can be used on almost any device including an iPad, Android tablet or even a PC or Mac.

What’s it like?
It comes in at 11 inches long by 5 inches wide, and around half an inch thick. The keyboard itself appears to be silver coloured hardened plastic - so it looks (fairly realistically) like aluminium. I have to admit, I’ve been a bit skeptical that these keyboards would feel a bit cheap, but I had to carefully tap it to confirm it wasn’t actually aluminium.

It has full size “Apple Mac” style black “island keys”, and is fairly indistinguishable next to an Apple Macbook Pro keyboard in terms of looks. In terms of typing, it works really well. Just like the (eye wateringly expensive) Apple keyboard, it has a very positive feel. As you press down on each key, it there’s a very slight touch of resistance which provides excellent feedback.

Clearly the manufacturer has studied the Apple keyboards, because the “typing feel” is almost exactly the same - a nice touch.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars No regrets
I like this keyboard very much. It isn't without its faults, but its good aspects outweigh them.

This keyboard has a sturdy aluminum base and an attached cover which is... Read more
Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars Trouble with Bluetooth connection but Keyboard is nice
It may be just that I have to get used to it, but the blue tooth connection is testy. Works most of the time, but then last night, it stopped working again - and this time, won't... Read more
Published 27 days ago by DeviSou
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Keyboard!
I LOVE this keyboard and use it whenever I don't want to carry my laptop with me. It looks a bit funny with my iPad Mini (1st gen), but I don't mind because I wanted a full size... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Angel
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
Excellent product. Great price.
Published 3 months ago by Linda Garrett
4.0 out of 5 stars Very functional mobile keyboard.
The picture is very deceptive. It isn't a full size keyboard. It is the exact same width as my Galaxy Note 12.2, which is still good sized for a tablet keyboard, but still small. Read more
Published 3 months ago by D
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Love it
Published 3 months ago by Frances Ledesma
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Value Keyboard for Large Tablet
This is a great, full-size keyboard for our 12.2" Samsung tablet. It feels much like a laptop keyboard, which is exactly the feel we were going for.
Published 3 months ago by Aaron Blackmor
5.0 out of 5 stars Great keyboard with iPhone 6 plus
This keyboard is great. The keys feel like a real keyboard. It's a solid design and the materials are excellent quality. Read more
Published 5 months ago by KEVIN B SPIVEY
5.0 out of 5 stars like the feel and
like the feel and durability
Published 6 months ago by Peggy Williams
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Once you get the pairing up you are great, but I have to re-pair often.
Published 7 months ago by dtslack
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Does this have missing keys?
I just took a zoomed in look at the keyboard and the keys you mentioned along with a 10-key number pad are not included on this mini-keyboard. However, this is not meant to be a full 102-key or higher keyboard like you would find on a desktop or laptop computer. For the price and size, I can do... Read More
Dec 13, 2013 by Christopher |  See all 3 posts
Keyboard Charging Problem
I was checking to see if you ever got this figured out, as I'm having the exact same problem. Plus.. my keyboard did *not* come with a user manual or instruction sheet, so I have no idea what those top keys will do.
Jan 26, 2014 by D. Barnes |  See all 3 posts
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