|Item model number||E6300 Black|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 0.5 x 3.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.1 x 0.5 x 3.2 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
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Rapoo Blade Series Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad (E6300 Black)
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- iPad hotkeys, easy access to what you want. (Note: Except iPad hotkeys, the keyboard supports Mac, PC, or PS3 with Bluetooth function)
- High performance rechargeable lithium battery, easy for charging, 2-hour charging, up to 1-month using
- No wire, no receiver, you can get up to 10 meters transmission distance with Bluetooth 3.0 technology
- Supports Mac, PC, or PS3 with Bluetooth function
- Keyboard Wireless Technology: Bluetooth 3.0
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I wished I had saved the plastic box it came in. A friend who had the same keyboard told me that a few keys broke off warning me to pack the keyboard safely. Sure enough, the next day while traveling a drop caused my tablet to bounce against the keyboard a break off two keys. I wrote the company to see if I could get replacements parts (simple to repair with the correct piece) but never heard back from them. My friend and I continue to use our rapoo keyboards minus a few keys, but it seems unlikely that I'd buy another product from them.
When I found the Rapoo, it caught my eye immediately. It seemed to be just what I was looking for, and though it advertised itself as an iPad keyboard, I found sites claiming that it supports some Android tablets, including some G Tab models, and I even found a youtube (in German) showing the keyboard paired with another Android tablet, the Asus TF101. To top it off, Amazon had the keyboard on Prime, so I gambled and ordered. I'm still evaluating the device, but a few hours after it arrived, I feel like a winner.
I'll start with the pros. The build quality is outstanding. The device is very solid. The keys offer good tactile feedback. The keyboard looks nice and durable.
Mobility is also outstanding. The device is wonderfully thin and barely wider than the tablet. It's easily pocketable in a jacket or vest pocket. I want my tablet in my left pocket and a keyboard in the right. The Rapoo keyboard meets this requirement perfectly, and if the rechargable battery works as advertised, I'll have no mobility complaints.
Tab 7.0 Plus support is seamless. Pairing was a snap. Delete and backspace keys work as expected. Ctrl-Z performs an Undo in Polaris Office.Read more ›
The one-page "Quick Start Guide (V1.0)" is in small-type and in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and English. But I had mine connected before looking at it. Nice to have a piece of paper, but this is a keyboard and not a space shuttle.
The E6500 is like the E6300 but designed for Android rather than iOS, with keys to match. It's not even listed on Rapoo's website, but rest assured it exists: I managed to pick one up and it works magnificently with my Galaxy Note running Android 2.3.6
(Even the packaging says that it needs Android 3.0; obviously that's not the case!)
Rapoo's done a great job creating a beautiful, functional and elegant product. I'd prefer a ThinkOutside Ultraslim (they were the best!), but a Rapoo Blade isn't a bad alternative.
Keys are a bit small, it took a little time to get used to if coming from regular keyboard
like Apple Wireless keyboard; but it becomes very smooth once you get used to the size of keys.
Portability: Keyboard length is almost the same as iPad mini, width as half of iPad mini's, very portable,
and it is light weight as well.
This is an excellent keyboard as iPad mini parter.
As matter of the fact, this review is typed from iPad mini using this E6300 keyboard. ^_^
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It loses constatntly the bluetooth signal.
Not a good keyboard, neither for usability (F keys are available only through an hot ky combo,,,)
Put it in my briefcase and the plastic keys began to fall off the keyboard with just a little jostling. Really cheaply made and became worthless almost immediately.Published 20 months ago by Todd Sagin