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Motorola Wireless Keyboard with Device Stand

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  • 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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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006CFU61U
  • Item model number: 23191P
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 20, 2012

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Wireless Keyboard
Full-sized keyboard. see larger image
Wireless Keyboard Side
Ultra-thin keyboard. see larger image
Keyboard with Screen
Transform the cover into a stand. see larger image

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.

Key Features

  • 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).

Product Description

The Motorola Wireless Keyboard with Device Stand weighs under 15 ounces, is 9mm thin and goes months without having to re-charge. The built in mouse stick provides the cursor control you need, no need for an extra mouse. The versatile cover protects your keyboard and transforms into a stand for most smartphones or tablets. Compatible with most phones and tablets powered by Android (Device must support Bluetooth HID profile.) In the Motorola retail packaging: keyboard, versatile cover, USB charging cable, and quick start guide.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Those extras come at a premium, but for some people it may be worth it.
Mark
The keyboard itself is very well made and the keyboard cover converts to a nice stand, which will fit almost any tablet or smart phone (with or without a case).
Just Wondering
UPDATE-I have a new phone Samsung Galaxy and the keyboard paired easily with it and is very easy to use.
Lynne Hersh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The Motorola Wireless Keyboard with Device Stand (Retail Packaging) (89537N) is a very good product with a few extra features that set it apart from the alternatives. Those extras come at a premium, but for some people it may be worth it. This product is especially optimized for Android tablets and phones, and the specialized features make it worth a look.

PROS
++ 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

CONS
-- 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

ALTERNATIVES

Like most competing keyboards, this one has Chiclet style keys similar to Apple models. This keyboard's keys are better spaced than the
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jen VINE VOICE on March 12, 2012
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I have been using the Microsoft bluetooth keyboard 6000 for about 6 months now, and though I think it's a great option in it's price range, I have issues with its bulk and size and the delay between turning it on and it actually syncing with my iPad. The Motorola wireless bluetooth keyboard fixes all the issues I had with my previous keyboard and managed to save me significant bag space. While the 6000 has a great ergonomic design, the extra size makes it a nuisance to carry with me when I'm traveling light. My iPad is small enough to fit in my purse, case and all, but the 6000 is not. Motorola has managed to make a fantastic little keyboard with super responsive keys, great tactile feedback, and a very small profile.

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.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Just Wondering on October 28, 2012
I bought a couple of these from Woot.com (an Amazon company) for use with the Kindle Fire HD. Well, it works flawlessly. The keyboard itself is very well made and the keyboard cover converts to a nice stand, which will fit almost any tablet or smart phone (with or without a case). The keys have a nice feel, although some are smaller than on a standard keyboard in order to achieve the compact size of the keyboard (the enter key for example). I have had no problem with erratic key behavior. In addition to the typing keys, the volume and menu keys also work. The phone key (obviously) and the mute key do not work with the Fire. Interestingly, the trackpoint is detected by the Fire and other android devices, so a cursor is available on screen, if you want to use it.

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).
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