Case MaMa Multifunction Bluetooth Keyboard Case Sliding Function + Standing Function + Backlight Function + 12 Button Specially Designed for Iphone 5 Iphone5 I5 - Black
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- Conveniently designed to provide quick access to all of Phone5 controls, features, camera, and ports
- Integrated slide-out Bluetooth keyboard allows you to switch from the touch screen to a physical keyboard as desired
- Adjustable Stand Function Easily adjust from 0 to 90 degree
- Form-fitting shell designed to snap on securely to perfectly fit your iPhone 5, especially the shell is detachable so if you have iphone 6 you can just buy a shell and use the same case.
- Background light. Cut-out design for the touch screen so that you can keep the same tactile feel as using the iPhone 5 without a case
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Features: - Ultra-slim slide Bluetooth wireless keyboard for iPhone 5 - Pairs over Bluetooth using wireless connectivity and features a slide-out keyboard that includes Home and Search buttons. - Specialized keys( Home button, Search button) for iPhone - Frees you from the pains of having to use an on-screen keyboard - Just plug and play, easy connection. - Simply snap in your iPhone 5 (AT&T or Verizon), pair your devices, and you've got a fully functional keyboard ready to slide out whenever you need it! - Built-in rechargeable Lithium Battery charged via USB port. - Wireless pairing button to activate search mode - On/off switch lets you conserve its battery life - Color LED for working status indication. - Ultra thin, lightweight and compact design. - Rubberized hard shell case. Specifications: -Bluetooth Specification: Version 2.0 Class 2 -Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz Spectrum -Operating Voltage: 3.7Vdc(powered by Li-ion) -Standby Current: 1.2mA -Operation Current: <5mA -Sleep Current: <0.7mA -Charge time: 2 hours (for the first use, please charge it for at least 6 hours before using) -Keyboard: 50 keys -Color: Black/ White -Quantity: 1pc -Keyboard Size:118 x 62 x 19 mm(L x W x H) -Compatibility: for iPhone 5
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Speaking as someone who craves a physical keyboard, I'd thought I'd hit the jackpot when I saw this for my Galaxy S3.
Never have I been so wrong.
To be fair - it DOES work, and it DOES do everything that the description says it does - it just isn't well designed or made with good quality materials.
- Buttons are completely flat - no nubs or bumps of any kind to get your bearings with touch only
- The keys are set up in a uniform grid pattern, and the letters are mashed all to the left
- The space bar is far too small for someone with larger-than-average hands like myself
- The space bar is just two contacts combined into one button
- It makes your whole phone quadruple in thickness. You might think this is ok, but when you realize it won't fit in your pocket anymore you'll realize why that's bad.
- The buttons are very hard to press and noisy
If you are absolutely desperate for anything to work with your Galaxy S3 that isn't a leather case, then you might take a chance on this. Otherwise, steer clear.
- The quality is decent.
- It looks rather snazzy (at first)
- The backlight is crazy bright
- You can angle it from being parallel to the keyboard to being at a right angle with the keyboard, and every angle in between (though certain angles cause the phone to just fall over because of weird weight distribution - they keyboard itself weighs almost nothing).
-Battery life is very good.
I had no issues with the micro USB charging port being recessed too far behind the plastic housing.
- Keys are very rigid and loud. They are hard plastic, not soft rubber, and take a good amount of finger muscle to push, compared to other phone keyboards.
- Keys are just a grid and zero thought or effort was put into making this keyboard remotely ergonomic. If you have large fingertips, good luck.
- On the white model, the soft touch plastic part that your phone actually fits into gets dirty very quickly in a sort of way that white dress shirts develop ring around the collar over time. It just looks kinda gross and makes me wish I had bought the black one.
- Takes a while for the device to subdue your phone's on-screen keyboard. Usually you have to wait about 5 seconds for your phone to register that the keyboard is there, and even when it has switched over, the on-screen keyboard still keeps coming up when you really don't need it to be there.
- Biggest complaint: There is usually a huge gap on one side between the top part (where your phone is) and the keyboard, especially if you had just had the top part angled up. This is due to the hinges being very stiff. If I squeeze the whole keyboard+phone combination really hard, I hear a little pop, and then the gap minimizes a bit, but still, it's very annoying.
CONTRARY TO A YOUTUBE REVIEW OF THIS PRODUCT, THE COMBINATION OF YOUR S3 PLUS THIS KEYBOARD WILL NOT FIT INTO AN OTTER BOX DEFENDER SERIES CASE.
This is a decent product and could be greatly improved. I'd say that if you're desperate for a physical keyboard, as I thought I was, you should get it, but you might find it less convenient than you imagine, and like me, might end up almost not using it at all, after a couple weeks (lol).
To make a single Capital Letter, you have to hold down the Shift key, and Shift is only on the left hand side so it is difficult to make a Capital of any letter on the left hand side of the keyboard. You also have to hold down the Fn key to make any symbol, although there are Fn keys on the Left and Right side. The Capslock key works fine, but I would prefer to be able to press Shift a single time and have the next key I press be a Capital.
At least 2 of the keys are mis-mapped. One key indicates that the Symbol is the symbol for the British Pound, but when you use the Fn key and press it, you get the Number Sign ("#"). Also the @ symbol and one of the other symbols are switched.
It is very light and flimsy. It is overly sensitive, so often a single key press will sometimes create too many letters, as if you had pressed the key three times.
The Bluetooth functionality works well. It is easy to Pair, you can turn it off and on at will with the little switch, and when you type the letters show up immediately on screen.
In short, I am going to return it and purchase a different model. I think that keeping it would be better than having to use only the on screen keyboard, but I am going to purchase something else.The absolute worst part is that nobody sells this type of keyboard locally; I would much prefer to test it out and play with it before purchasing.
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I like the thought of it, pity it didn't work out.