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Black Mini Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for iPhone 4, iPad, iPaq, PDA, MAC, OS, PS3, Droid, Smart Phones, PC, Computers

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  • The Adapt ADK-100 Micro Keyboard is the smallest Bluetooth keyboard in the market supporting a...
  • The keyboard is available in QWERTY, QWERTZ and AZERTY and is powered via an internal 200MAh...
  • Supports following models: All bluetooth compatible Computer/Laptop/Netbook. Nokia mobiles with...
  • Mobile system (WM 6.0). SONY PS3 and Apple iPAD/iPhone 4G/iPOD with OS 4.0
  • Package includes one mini keyboard, Installation CD, user manual, and Power USB 2.0 cable.
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Product Description

The Adapt ADK-100 Micro Keyboard is the smallest Bluetooth keyboard in the market supporting a wide range of devices. Its sleek, thin and pocket sized design will appeal to many mobile users. The Adapt ADK-100 Micro Keyboard is the perfect solution to those road warriors having a Bluetooth enabled mobile lacking a keyboard.

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Brand Name Generic
Item model number 4
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.9 x 0.8 inches
Color Mini Keyboard Black

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ASIN B0044IGBOI
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3.0 out of 5 stars 115 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,425 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available September 25, 2010

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This may be way too much information. There are probably a dozen mini wireless keyboards that look exactly like this and sell for from $8 to $40 on Amazon and in stores. My guess is they are all the same, but I may be wrong. The one I received came with very limited instructions that are worthless. On the package it said it connects to Android devices - in the instructions it stated it only connects to one Samsung model. At first I couldn't get it to connect to my Android phone (Motorola Bionic).

I found a video on the internet and it gave me this idea. The device is discoverable and the smartphone asks for a code from the device. I don't believe there is a preset code coming from the device (like the common 0 0 0 0 or 1 1 1 1). While it was trying to pair, I typed 1,2,3,4 in the keyboard and then 1,2,3,4 in the phone and it paired. I think this keyboard will probably connect to most Android 2.2 or 2.3 smartphones. The question is, Is it worth the effort?

I hated the hard touch and size of the keys. After a couple of weeks of going back and forth to it, it has grown on me. Some of the keys don't do what you'd expect. For example, normally you can tab from one field to another in email. With this keyboard you have to use the down arrow key. At first I would have given this a zero - now I am happy enough to give it a 4.

No matter what you pay for this it is probably too much. I have no doubts the packaging costs way more than the keyboard. I dropped my keyboard on the floor and it came apart. It's made of a circuit board with keys, a stamped piece of rubber for the keypad, and two pieces of plastic. The good news is, I put it back together, and surprisingly, it still works. Don't try this at home. Results mat vary.
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The android driver that comes with this is outdated and does not work. After some searching, the driver comes from teksoftco.com and can be updated to version 1.7. But, according to thier website forums, this keyboard can not be connected to because the keyboard vendors bluetooth license was expired. They suggest contacting keyboard manufacturer (Chinavasion). They do not have a work-around as this error comes from the Google APIs.

So, it look like I'll be sending mine back!
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I bought this for my wife to use with her iPhone 4. (She used to have a crackberry and likes real buttons for texting.) It works great. It's small enough that you can hold it and the phone at the same time and type with your thumbs.
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This is one of the worst products I've used. It worked for a minute and loses the bluetooth connection, and even trying to connect in itself is extremely frustrating. Do not waste your time even trying out this product. This is a cheaply made and quality is very very very bad. Do not buy and save yourself some time.
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Great product...if it worked as advertised.

It works great with my Laptop and has somewhere around 12-25ft distance, I didn't exactly measure and my laptop happens to be all aluminum. BUT, it does not work with Android 2.2 - there's an App to sync it, and even that app wont activate.

I was quite disappointed, my package came sans Installation CD, Manual, and LCD Cleaner...the product itself looks new, but the packaging looks refurbished especially since it's missing so much.

You can get a copy of the manual and software here:
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ANYWAYS - My general advice is DO NOT BUY, if you have to buy this product at least buy it on eBay.
Sellers like these do not belong scumming up the retail industry.
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I will start with the good stuff. I like the keyboard, I think that it is FAB. I know that some have said that it is flimsy, but, I think that it is ok. I bought it because I drive a cab, and have a visor clip for my phone. Sometimes the call doesn't go through due to connectivity issues, so, I like to send the customer a text message. It annoys me to have to take the phone down everytime the call doesn't go through, so, I bought the keyboard. And will probably keep it.

Now, the annoying stuff. In order to get this keyboard to work with an Android phone, this is what needs to happen :

Insert the disk into your PC.

Open the PDF owners manual.

The app that the owners manual recommends no longer exists, so it it important that you download this file to your PC :

(Go to this website to get the file) [...]

(It is important that you also have an Android file manager installed on your phone. As far as I know, most Android phones
have one. I like to use a third party application.)

Once you have downloaded the file to your PC, transfer the file to your Android phone. Make sure that you put it on the SD
card.

When the file transfer is complete, open up the File manager, and find the application, then install it.
After the installation is complete, find the program in the app section on your phone, it will be called Blueinput.

Open the application.

Push the tiny pair button next to the blue flashing LED light on the top of the keyboard, and allow for the keyboard to pair
with your phone.

Close the application, and go into the settings menu. Find Bluetooth.

Open the bluetooth option, and make the phone, and the device discoverable.
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