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SPARIN® Ultra Slim Mini Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard for New Google Nexus 9, Google Nexus 7 2013 Tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab Series, Samsung Galaxy Note Sereies and other Android Tablets - Google Nexus Series, White

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For Google Nexus Series
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  • 1. Super slim styling, comfortable and ergonomic design; 100% compatible with New Google Nexus 9 and Google Nexus 7 Tablet (No app required).
  • QWERTY layout with dedicated function keys. Compatible with the New Google Nexus 7 and all Bluetooth-enabled tablets, laptops, and computers.
  • ON/OFF switch design for lower power consumption; Powered by 2pcs AAA Batteries (Batteries Not Included).
  • Perfect Size. Just big enough for your fingers to enjoy a wonderful typing, and small enough to put it into your suitcase/handbag.
  • Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 3.0; Frequency: 2.4GHz; Working range: 10M; Size: 11.2"L x 4.7"W x 0.2"H (285mm*120mm*6mm).

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Product Description

Size: For Google Nexus Series | Color: White

Are you looking for a perfect keyboard for your Google Nexus Series Tablet? Choose SPARIN, and you will have a wonderful typing enjoying!

Product Specification:
Bluetooth Specification: Version 3.0
Frequency Range : 2.4GHz
Operating Range: Up to 10 meters
Operating Voltage: 2.1 ~ 3.2Vdc (2 x AAA batteries - Not Included)
Operation Current : less than 5mA
Buttons: 78 keys (Including 13 function keys for Google Nexus 7 and Google Nexus 9
Product Dimensions: 285mm x 120mm x 6mm

Supports:
Google Nexus 9 Tablet (8.9-Inch, Assembled by HTC) (Perfectly Compatible)
New Google Nexus 7 FHD Tablet 2013 Edition (Perfectly Compatible)
Also Compatible:
Samsung Galaxy Tab Series (Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Tab 3, Galaxy Tab Pro etc.)
Samsung Galaxy Note Series (Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, Galaxy Note Pro etc.)
Apple iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini, iPad Air, etc
Bluetooth-enabled PC / Laptops with Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 OS systems
Smart phones with Android 3.0 and above
Windows Mobile 5.0 and above
Bluetooth 3.0 or above required
Not compatible with Mac mini or Moto RAZR

Package includes:
1 Mini Bluetooth Keyboard
1 User Manual

Please Pay Attention:
The 13 special Softkeys are designed mainly for New Google Nexus 9 and Google Nexus 7 2013 Edition. These Softkeys may not work completely on other Tablets.

SPARIN is a Registered Trademark, All Copyright Reserved.

Product Details

Size: For Google Nexus Series | Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 4.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00EKZXFI0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2013

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Keaton Allen Teal on August 21, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
I've used this keyboard the past week at my university while taking notes in class with my Google Nexus 7 (2013) tablet. I'm definitely happy about this purchase, it's lightweight and easily fits inside my backpack. It was super easy connecting to the tablet, the included instructions are not even necessary. The only complaint I have about it, is that if I don't type for about 15-20 seconds, and then start typing again, the keyboard doesn't input the first key I pressed. For example: I start to type an "A" but on my tablet, it shows up as "a" because it did not input the Shift key. Other than that, the keyboard is a nice buy, it is not of the best quality, but it gets the job done. It is also about as loud as a normal keyboard is, maybe quieter, depending on how fast/hard you press the keys.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Eldridge on October 7, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
For the price, I like it. It has trouble keeping up sometimes if I'm really pounding away. Also, if you don't use it for a while, you have to hit a couple of keys before the Samsung Tab hides the on-screen keyboard and pays attention to this kb. These could be Samsung issues, but this review is about this kb with my Tab 12.1.

One other annoyance that's definitely a Samsung issue: if you have the shift key down while hitting space, you get a little notification on the screen about your language setting. That makes typing something like THIS IS AWESOME painful.

**UPDATE** after some google searching, I discovered that by installing another keyboard (Google keyboard, in this case), most of these issues went away.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard N. Barg on December 26, 2013
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
This was a steal a few days ago. Now price has gone up. Extremely well-behaved w/BT. Much better than my Logitech keyboard that costs $80.00. Very seamless transitions. Black is really nice. Light and well-made. Very easy to move. Dedicated IOS keys very helpful.

However, the typing on this keyboard is like typing on concrete. The undersurface is too hard and the typing is very stiff. You can hear an audible hard clack on each key press as if you were typing on a very hard surface. This will also slow down your typing. I have used other clone keyboards that don't do this and have more the feel of Apple's wireless keyboard. Might give it away, but can't really recommend.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Donald A. Baxter on July 15, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
I ordered one of these and it worked once, trying it with both my Galaxy Tab4 and iPhone It went to sleep and now neither can connect to it. I e-mailed 24 hours ago and have received no response. It would cost almost as much to send back as the original cost. So I guess it wasn't a terrific mistake. For the brief period of time it worked, it worked really well!
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Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
When I got my 7" tablet, I also purchased a keyboard/case. My problem was that the keys were not all in the normal position (I'm a very good typist) and that messed me up. So I looked for a stand alone keyboard. I found the perfect one. It reminds me of the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. The first was too small, a regular keybboard is too large but this one is just right. It is easy to transport and easy to type on. Thanks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frederick J. Haab on November 10, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
Nice keyboard, great price. I was able to connect to my Galaxy Tab 2 7inch tablet without any fuss; I can actually participate in some online forums now using the tablet without giving really brief responses. My biggest problem was correcting mistakes, trying to fat finger my way to the correct position to edit the text... now I have arrow keys.

Sometimes I seem to miss letters while typing... often on double letters (like the double "t" in "letters") where only one letter show up. This is possibly because you're likely to type them so quickly in succession - it's maybe thinking it's a mistake? I don't know. I would assume this has more to do with the tablet, or the software on the tablet, then the keyboard; perhaps something trying to reduce the incidence of incorrect presses, maybe from someone holding the key down too long. I really don't know.

The keyboard itself is quite nice; feels relatively solid but light; the keyboard itself is full size, and the look and feel of the keys are like most modern laptop keyboards. The keyboard is quite flat, except the top end which has a slightly rounded bump on the bottom that makes room for two AAA batteries. There's also an on/off switch and connect button on the bottom. The "bump" allows a comfortable, but slight, tilt forward instead of the keyboard laying flat on the surface. I like that... it's not large enough that it should be distracting to anyone either way (those who prefer flat, or a larger tilt). I'm a touch typist - I would say my only complaint is it's hard for me to feel the "f" and "h" (for you non-touch typists, those letters have little bumps to help touch typists find the "home row" without looking at the keyboard). I think that's a problem with most modern flat style keyboards like this one.

All in all it's a great deal for the price, IMO.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tochi on June 21, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
It was a awesome high quality yet in expensive keyboard that was compatible with my Nexus 7. It is a full size keyboard that doors not need to be charged, only powered by two AAA batteries. I'll be using it for classes and it was so worth more than what was charged.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on January 22, 2014
Size: For Google Nexus SeriesColor: Black Verified Purchase
Very nice (and cheap) bluetooth keyboard. I bought this primarily for my iPad Air and I'm using both of them to type out this review. It definitely works as described and functions very well. I'm notcing that I skip some letters. Sometimes the key isn't fully depressed and doesn't register and other times it is because I am not used to a Mac letter spaced keyboard. So, be aware if you are used to typing on a regular keyboard you may notice some slight errors as you adjust to the new spacing. I paid 13 dollars for this keyboard and it definitely feels like 13 dollars. I can tell just by typing that if this gets mishandled it will break easily, so be careful it's only an economic option if you keep it working.
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