Anker Bluetooth Ultra-Slim (4mm) Aluminum Keyboard for iOS, Windows, Android 3.0 and above OS with Built-in lithium battery / Aluminum Body
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- Sleek, ultra-slim (less than 1/4 inch) design makes for easy portability. Lighter than a standard magazine, yet durable enough to travel.
- Compatible across Android, iOS, and Windows, enabling you to mix and match with devices.
- Greater number of control and shortcut keys places you securely behind the helm. Syncs with your devices via Bluetooth 3.0.
- Incorporated lithium battery provides for 140 hours of uninterrupted usage, while auto-sleep feature saves power and ensures you get the most out of every charge.
- Package includes: Anker Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard, USB cable, instruction manual.
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Tired of tapping away at your screen to type? Now, there's a more comfortable solution that pairs across devices. Lightweight, compact, and more functional than ever, Anker's Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard gives you the feeling of writing at a desk, no matter where you are.
Have keyboard, will travel.
We couldn't have made this any smaller if we tried. At 6 ounces and less than a quarter of an inch thick, the Anker Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard requires little space in your bag, allowing for more usage on-the-go. Built out of durable aluminum and plastic, it's prepared to take whatever you've got to throw its way.
All devices, any location.
Pair up with Windows, iOS, or Android at the touch of a button. Whether you're trying to squeeze in a bit of work on your iPad, shoot out a quick e-mail from your phone, or control your computer from the sofa, Anker's got you covered. For those looking for convenience, the search is over.
No expense to functionality.
Not only is the Anker Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard modest in size, it also boasts a wide range of features. Enjoy access to all of the functions you've come to expect, plus a few more: volume and brightness adjustment, audio track control, mailbox and browser launching – and that's not all. In short, we've sacrificed nothing by paring down.
1. This keyboard doesn't support the Win 8 Mobile.
2. For Android 4.4 and 5.0.1 users: The Caps Lock indicator will NOT light, but will still function normally.
3.This keyboard is not compatible with Mac OS X El Capitan.
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An update regarding the keyboard. the same incidence happened but with the different key that fell off. Now i really question the design of this device???
Oh... right... I am not using the keyboard right now.
That's because about 8 letters and characters are no longer working. I am using my hated bluetooth cheapo keyboard I bought in a tight spot overseas, which is still working after 6 months or so. And this Anker stopped working after 5 days. What a disappointment!
As far as I can tell, the Smart Lock feature is designed to allow authorized devices to unlock the tablet, essentially bypassing the lock screen. This is a cool feature for exercise wristbands, but not something that should be part of a keyboard. Something within the keyboard, though, tells the Google OS that it can be a Smart Lock device, prompting the OS to respond with a "approve device" screen after the keyboard is paired. The only problem is that the keyboard does not have the necessary protocol to indicate to the Droid OS that it can be a Smart Lock device -- it just stays grayed out and the OS tells me my only option is to do a factory reset of the device or try to pair again. I gave up after 40 attempts and am requesting a refund.