5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
pleased but wish bluetooth would connect automatically,
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This review is from: KLAREN® Removable Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard ABS Plastic Laptop Stylish Keys Protective Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0" 7.0 inch Tablet SM-T230 SM-T231 SM-T235 Black (Personal Computers)
I purchased this item at the same time as my Samsung 7". I agree the keyboard is not designed for fast typing like a long email. Requires more pressure than expected. Hunt and peck almost works better than standard typing, but definitely easier than the touchscreen.
Case is nice, good quality, has a strap to keep tablet in, but needs a closure to keep whole case closed and secure.
Most annoying is having to activate the bluetooth everytime to connect with keyboard. If turning off keyboard frequently to save battery, there are several steps to reconnect. Should reconnect automatically like wireless does once it is turned on on the tablet. (If anyone knows a solution for this please share).
Looking at other options and reviews, seems like this is the best choice overall.
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Initial post: Nov 5, 2012 6:13:20 PM PST
Amazon Customer says:
Just a question, do you have the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 original? I am trying to find a case with keyboard built in and have gotten one so far and an adapter but it does not work and I think maybe it has to be wireless? Not sure but the other one i got is usb keyboard and it will not work so just trying to figure out which one might work with my original sg 7.0. Thanks in advance for any help.
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 6, 2012 12:56:59 PM PST
Mine is a Galaxy tab 2.0. I actually ended up returning this product and got one without the wireless. The wireless was a hassle and had to be linked up to use (4 steps), and it had to be charged all the time, you cant leave it on. Plus I dont like the response on the silicone keyboard, it was completely frustrating.
I found a keyboard on Eba* that was a regular keyboard, not the silicon version, and USB, which can be left plugged in so is always ready to use. It did require an adapter, which I also found on Eba*.
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 6, 2012 2:15:29 PM PST
Amazon Customer says:
Thank you for the reply. I also have the tablet cover with usb keyboard and I know for a fact that the keyboard does work just not on my tablet so far that is. I did get an adapter but it must be the wrong one because it still will not work with the keyboard. what type of adapter did you get if you dont mind my asking? I am starting to think that maybe my tablet is just not equipped to accept a different keyboard.
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