|Item model number||23191P|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 2 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||13 x 2 x 6 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
Motorola Wireless Keyboard with Device Stand
|Price:||$59.95 & FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$40.04 (40%)|
- ultra-thin rechargeable keyboard
- mouse-free cursor control
- optimized for Android
- Device stand for most smartphones or tablets
- In the Motorola retail packaging: keyboard, device stand, USB charging cable, and quick start guide.
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From the Manufacturer
Motorola Wireless Keyboard is an ultra-thin, compact keyboard that easily slips into your briefcase or purse to go wherever you need it. And at under 15 ounces, you'll barely know it's there. Plus, you can type the days, weeks and months away without having to recharge. You can lose the mouse but not the control. Whether on the kitchen table or your tray table, the built-in mouse stick provides the cursor control you need. The cover protects your keyboard from everyday bumps and conveniently transforms into a stand for your tablet or smartphone. Great for editing documents, typing long emails and online shopping.
- Weight: 400g
- Dimensions: 246mm x 142mm x 7mm
- 7-hour battery life
- Connectors: uUSB power
- Range: 10m
- Standby time: 3 months
- Bluetooth Class 3.0
- Ultra-thin rechargeable keyboard.
- Cover folds into a stand for tablets and smarthones.
- Mouse-free cursor control.
Productivity On The Go
Motorola Wireless Keyboard is optimized for Android to help pick up your productivity. Works perfectly with most Android-powered smartphones and tablets (Device must support Bluetooth HID profile).
Top Customer Reviews
++ Light-weight and thin plastic body still feels solidly constructed
++ Keys have bright lettering that is easier to read than some alternatives
++ Includes a folding hard cover that folds into a tablet stand
++ Backspace key placement is also superior to the Targus model for PC and Android users
++ Extra command keys optimized for Android, including "menu" and "search"
++ Keyboard connected easily to laptops and several Android tablets
++ Key action is responsive with nice "clicky" feedback
++ Low profile and compact footprint is comparable to alternatives
++ Rechargeable battery is convenient, with USB charging
++ Pointer device (similar to Thinkpad pointer) provides mouse functionality
-- Hard cover is difficult to remove and inferior to the Logitech model for use as a stand
-- The "enter" key is awkwardly small compared to other keyboards
-- Extremely costly compared to wireless USB keyboards and even many Bluetooth alternatives
Like most competing keyboards, this one has Chiclet style keys similar to Apple models. This keyboard's keys are better spaced than the ...Read more ›
The keyboard itself is almost the exact width of the iPad and about 75% of its height. It has such a low profile that I can even slip it right into my ipad sleeve, WITH the iPad. I absolutely love the keyboard cover as well. It protects the keys when not in use and makes for a great little stand when you need it. It folds into a triangle and latches securely so I have no worry that my iPad will fall. The stand/cover is also super grippy, just like the little rubber feet on the bottom of the keyboard. This means absolutely no sliding of stand or keyboard.
There really is nothing to dislike here. In case you're wondering, yes, the volume buttons do work flawlessly to control the iPad volume, as do the pause/play, rewind, fast forward buttons. They even work in the background as I've just done to turn down my music while I type this review. I don't know that I'll ever use the stick or mouse buttons but thankfully I don't even notice they are there and don't add any extra bulk to the keyboard.Read more ›
The only thing to remember is that it cannot be paired with any other device when you want to pair it with the Fire. If it has already been paired with another device, such as an android smartphone, you need to unpair or turn off the other device. Otherwise it will not be discoverable by the Fire. This is different from some other Bluetooth devices, which can pair with multiple devices. It makes obvious sense that a keyboard can only be paired with one device at a time.
Overall, this is a great keyboard for those wanting to do light typing duty on the Fire HD, such as long e-mails or editing documents, spreadsheets and Powerpoint slides. It is, however, expensive on Amazon. This is a discontinued product because Motorola Mobility is trimming its product line as a consequence of the company's purchase by Google. You might be able to find it on sites like Woot or other discontinued product specialists (it was $30 on Woot).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent performance. No need for long complicated cables for connection to your laptop. As your keyboard is wireless now. Safe and easy to handle.Published 2 months ago by Vivian Blake
This is a great mobile device for Android tablets and TV Boxes, small but with decent size keys, the battery last a lot, and the trackpad is very useful. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SquallMX
this is the perfect keyboard if you like the Thinkpad keyboards everything works great. Mine didn't have the trackpoint cap, so I bought the ones for thinkpad, and stuck a dot of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Congdon
I purchased this product for the track point feature. This keyboard was selected over the other options because it was the lowest price point, and wireless. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Julie L Ivy
This is a must have accessory for the tablet dependent on-the-go person. This keyboard has useful mouse nub, android hotkeys, charges with micro usb, and is compact. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jiexi Luan
Awesome keyboard, compact and thin but keys are good size. I also like the layout.
The click mouse button are harder to press than the other key for some reason, minus... Read more
Fast Shipping, Great product. Thank you, Motorola wireless keyboard.Published 10 months ago by Ronn
Was great until one day it died.... I upgraded to the Logitech BT backlit keyboard.. it was a bit pricier but I havent looked back..Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
using it on a TW801.. wow... wow. a-freaking-mazing !!
to think i almost bought a regular bluetooth KB without the built track stick/ mouse to save a few bucks. Read more