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HP TouchPad Wireless Keyboard

by HP
4.4 out of 5 stars 290 customer reviews
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  • Bluetooth wireless technology. That means it pairs with all models of Apple iPads, Apple Mini, Nexus 7, and millions of others.
  • Ultra-slim, partial metal compact design.
  • Full pitch, low-profile keys.
  • Intelligent power management. Powers down when not in use or device is out of BT range.
  • Estimated battery life of 7 months
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: HP
  • Model Number: FB344AA#AC3
  • Connectivity Technology: bluetooth
  • Color: Black
  • Form Factor: Ultra-Slim,Compact
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Product Description

Use this HP Wireless Keyboard with your HP TouchPad to type long emails and messages more easily. Built-in Bluetooth lets you connect this ultra-compact wireless keyboard to your HP tablet without a USB receiver. You can also take this keyboard on the go. It weighs less than 1 pound and is less than 1 inch slim, so it fits into your computer bag effortlessly. With the full pitch design, the keys have plenty of space between them for comfortable typing. Plus, get the most out of your AA batteries with this HP Wireless Keyboard, which powers down when not in use or when the keyboard is out of Bluetooth wireless range. The estimated battery life is seven months.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.2 x 11.2 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight 11.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.4 ounces
ASIN B0055QYJK6
Item model number FB344AA#AC3
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
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4.4 out of 5 stars 290 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,797 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
Date first available at Amazon.com June 12, 2011

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I wasn't sure if this would work with an iPad and a Mac Mini, but the rest of my computer peripherals are HP and are black, as is the face of my iPad, so I thought I'd give this a try. Lo and behold, it works great.

It is about the same size as the Apple bluetooth keyboard, which is great for portability or for a media server. It pairs easily with both the iPad and the Mini by simply typing in the key code displayed on the screen.

The HP special function acts as the Apple special key, and the audio buttons also work with the Mini. I picked this up for about $40, and am very pleased with the purchase.
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I love my keyboard. And I'm using it now to type out this review. I'm very happy with it here are the pros and cons.

Pros:
+ Nice to type on, just feels good.
+ Battery life is reported to be very good lasting about 6 months.
+ When it comes down to writing something extensive, using a onscreen keyboard just won't cut it. The wireless keyboard extends the usefulness of the TouchPad, so you can use it for emailing, blogging, chatting, and reviewing products on Amazon.
+ webOS specific keys to control volume, playback, searching, check notifications, and brightness.

Cons:
- Software is buggy. Not the keyboard's fault, but sometimes the caps lock key is stuck. To fix it, I just press a combination of shift, caps lock, uncaps lock
- Battery case is kinda hard to figure out
- Arrow keys don't work. Again, a webOS issue, not the keyboard.
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This is a decently functioning keyboard with WebOS specific keys. Additional functionality would be nice, but can be added to WebOS in the future.

The keyboard is pretty good for a thin "chiclet" style. The keys have more throw than I expected (a good thing).

Two issues that are just bad product design. Neither detract too much for the keyboard, but should be addressed in further revs.

1 - It would be simple to put an arrow on the battery door. Currently there is no hint as to how to put in the batteries without reading the instructions. That is fine. What happens in 6 months when the batteries die and you don't have the instructions? This is a simple thing that would have made the instant experience better and eliminate annoyances in the future.

2 - The power button has a very subtle difference as to on and off. Only visible in good lighting. Again, a 1/0 addition to the battery cover could help this, but it is another usability fail. A product should be usable without reading anything, when it is this simple.

The keyboard connects rapidly when turning on and works well. Other than the few design misses, it is a solid keyboard.

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This keyboard is indeed a very nice keyboard. I use this keyboard for my Android and computer.

Pros:
Feels very nice to type on does not click obnoxiously loud
Nice black aluminum keyboard
Feels very sturdy
Easy to pair with both my Android and computer (when trying to pair you have to type the numbers and press return on the keyboard)
The batteries came with the keyboard
There is very minimal delay if at all
I can afford it

Cons:
No number pad
I have to re-pair the devices (like remove them and then re add) if I'm switching between devices but it's not that big of a problem at all
The arrow keys are kind of funny but it's just so that all the keys can fit on the keyboard
There's no light to tell whether or not Caps Lock is on
If I hadn't read some of the reviews I would not have known how to remove the battery cover without some time

Other thoughts:

If it's been idle for a while you need to type a couple of letters to turn the keyboard back on
The light indicating whether the keyboard is on or not is very subtle

Computer:
ALT key is the Symbol key
The top left little messenger button is the ESC key

Android (Samsung Infuse):
The top left little messenger button is the back key
I don't have to touch the screen at all if it's already unlocked to send a text which is the biggest reason why I got this keyboard cause some of the texts I send are received in 7 texts
If you have the screen lock completely removed (as in when you press the power button and it goes straight to your home screen) then you can turn the screen on by either pressing the arrow keys or the top left messenger button
The return key is like the Tab key on computers as it goes to the next text field or button the Tab key will actually insert a tab in whatever text field you're in not skip to the next text field
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I picked this device up to use with my Nexus 7. This keyboard paired with Google Drive make taking notes in school or writing stories anywhere a snap. Some functions on the keyboard are not compatible with the tablet, but most do. The few that don't work are not necessary at all. So if you are looking for a nearly full size keyboard for your Nexus 7, this is the one go get and the price is RIGHT!
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The feel of the keyboard itself is great, the size/spacing reminds me of my toshiba netbook (nb205), but a bit harder to press in. If you ever typed on a netbook, you'll notice the keys don't press as deep as a standard keyboard. This is very similar. Also, the keyboard stays solidly planted on the table, and just feels solidly built overall.
I'm using it for my pc, and I miss a lot of the buttons that a full keyboard had. But think of this as a minimalist keyboard. you sacrifice some functionality for comfort. Now my typing hands are actually centered instead of off to the left, and I can fit my mouse and mouse pad to the right. I plan on getting a wireless numberpad to go along with this, in case I need to do intense number crunching.
Now I want to address the functionality issues. There's no F1-F12, no delete, insert, home, end, page up, page down, numberpad, and the brightness and forward/backward song keys don't work on a pc. In fact, the only keys that work on the top row are sound off, volume up and down, stop music. But there's an easy way to deal with this. (Btw, escape is the msg key, alt is the symbol key, windows key is the card key) Use the programs Sharpkeys and Autohotkey to remap certain keys and hotkeys. Sharpkey edits the registry so it doesn't need to be started every time. I remapped capslock to control, backspace to delete (now you can ctrl-alt-delete!), right shift to backspace, and right control to right shift. This is just my personal settings that are comfortable for me. For autohotkey, it takes a bit of coding but forums can help you out there.
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