|Item model number||.|
|Hardware Platform||Tablet, Smartphone|
|Item Weight||4.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.37 x 3.8 x 0.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.37 x 3.8 x 0.4 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||March 23, 2018|
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MoKo Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard, Ultra-Thin Foldable Rechargeable Keyboard for iPhone, iPad 9.7, iPad pro, Fire HD 10, Compatible with All iOS, Android and Windows Tablets Smartphones Devices, Gray
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- iOS / Windows / Android COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with 3 major operating system: iOS / Windows/ Android. Supports most Wireless-enabled devices, including All-New iPad 9.7 2017/2018, iPhone X, iPhone 8 / 7 / 7 Plus Red, Fire HD 10, Fire HD 8, Samsung Tab A 10.1.
- ULTRA-THIN & LIGHTWEIGHT: Folded: 6.37" * 3.8" * 0.4", unfolded: 12.6" * 3.8" * 0.2". Weighs only 138.8g (4.9 ounces). The innovative, foldable design easily fits into a purse, bag, or pocket. Suitable for travel & work
- EASY ON / EASY OFF: The keyboard is automatically turned on when you open it and turned off when you fold it.
- RECHARGEABLE: Built-in rechargeable battery supports 40-hour continuous working / standby 30 days, you can charge from any USB port using the included cable.
- ERGONOMIC DESIGN: The full-size keyset with V-shaped frosting surface provides excellent sense of touch and comfortable typing experience.
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Sending a long email message, editing a detailed document, taking notes at conference sessions, when these more wordy activities happen, will you desperately want a physical keyboard at hand to improve your productivity? MoKo has launched a new Universal Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard. With this compact companion, you can get more done on your tablet or smartphone no matter where you are.
Unique Design, Comfortable Typing.
When unfold, this keyboard shows its different feature: a unique U-shape with 166 degrees angle. This design helps create a natural typing position and minimizes pressure on your hands and wrists so you can be productive for longer periods of time with less aches and pains. What's more, it adopts scissor mechanism beneath each key, which ensures quick response for efficient typing.
Large or Small, All Compatible.
This compact, portable keyboard is designed to work equally well with all iOS, Android and Windows Bluetooth-enabled devices. When you are going to connect the Bluetooth for use, please press "FN + Q(Android) / FN + W(Window) / FN + E(iOS) " keys to select operating system you are using.
Tip: It is not compatible with Windows mobile.
Open to turn on and close to turn off, hassle-free operation.
Bluetooth 3.0 provides quick and stable connection.
Soft PU exterior coupled with premium ABS interior ensures durability.
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The only downside: it is a little tricky getting used to where the keyboard splits. Before I got used to it, I'd go to hammer the b key with my right finger, when it's only realistically accessible with the left side. After a week or two of usage, I didn't find this to be a serious issue, and I virtually don't even have to think about it anymore.
+ Portability. I can comfortably fit it into a front jeans pocket.
+ Comfort. Easy to use, and fairly tactile.
+ Connectivity. Pairs when it opens, disconnects when closed.
- The fold. Key placement might be hard to get used to.
- No RGB backlight. (kidding ;p)
Both had the same issue on my Windows system. It would connect just fine initially, but after it went to sleep, or I turned it off and back on, it wouldn't reconnect successfully. In device manager, I could see it attempting to reconnect but failing. So if I want to use the keyboard, I have to delete it from my system, and then connect it as if I'm doing it for the first time.
Deleting the keyboard from the system doesn't remove the drivers, and I end up with a bunch of duplicate drivers that can be seen by "show hidden devices" in device manager. For the X times I connected the keyboard, I will have X times four instances of "HID-compliant consumer control device", an "HID-compliant device", and an "HID Keyboard Device". That's a lot of trash build-up.
I also experienced the duplicate keystrokes, but only for a day, and it hasn't happened since. Maybe having the fitbit on my wrist affected it? I have to verify.
One downside to a split keyboard, is that I can't use key combinations easily, if they traverse to the opposite side, like Ctrl-H. That's a long stretch for a one handed operation.
The compactness of the keyboard, requires giving up immediate access to the function keys, the escape key, and the forward delete key. You have to combine Fn+<desired-key> for those. I don't think I can live with that. I'd rather have a sixth row at the top, like the pricey Microsoft keyboard.
I'm trying using it on my lap, and it's not so bad. I slide it all the way close to my torso. It spreads out sufficiently that each side is supported on its own, and the ergonomics makes the hands-at-the-waist not have to bend so much to align with the keyboard. Maybe a non-folding keyboard would allow more positioning.
I haven't tried it on Android yet. Edit: Works great on Android
I'm going to be trying another keyboard. I'm pleased with this one, but it's not perfect.
Here is his report:
"I’m typing at work on my new keyboard. The b key is on the wrong side for how I touch type, but other than that it works a lot better.
The other thing that helps, is having the phone closer to me, and the keyboard past it on the bar, so i can extend my arms and not twist my wrist into a weird angle to access the keyboard. The angle helps, and the scale of the keys is more like a regular keyvoard, it works better."
It's incredibly strange to get used to typing on it, since it's made that your fingers don't have to overlap, but it's fun and the most portable I've ever seen. I love how it folds up so I'm not worries about buttons getting knocked or worn or something under them while in my purse and I can slide it easily into and out if a pocket.
I'm not sure how well this holds up to constance use, as I use it more just occasionally when I don't have my laptop and I feel like giving my thumbs a break or want to write more/faster.
But definitely reccomend it. Super compact, unique, and fun. A learning curve to get used to it though! Easy to hook up to blue tooth as well.
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I have been using it for about a week or two now periodically through the day and evenings and since the first charge out of the box I have not had to charge it yet (in fact I’ve just checked it and it is still at 100% !).
The build quality is comparable to more expensive branded items. I bought the MoKo branded one after buying one of their iPad Folio covers which was of equal build quality so had confidence in their workmanship.
There is no lag at all with the keyboard (any typo’s are due to my rubbish typing rather than the product ) . The keys are well spaced out for comfortable typing and the Matte feel to the keys make typing enjoyable. One point to note though is that it is an “Erganomic” design, so each half of the keyboard is angled... personally I have used this configuration before and find it really great to use with less strain (RSI) and a more natural feel to typing.
The additional function keys accessible through the FN button work perfectly with iPad.
Overall, MoKo really have smashed it out of the park with this easily affordable alternative to the likes of MicroSoft. I’ll certainly look for their brand for alternatives to branded items moving forwards
comment on yet but judging by what seems a fairly long charge time I imagine it is adequate. At the seriously low purchase price, very adequate build quality, excelent perfomance, and modesly stylish looks, what can I say but great product, with prompt and efficient delivery. O.K. not for heavy duty use, but then that was not what it was desighned for so any negative reviews moaning about how it broke within blahblahblah try not being so ham fisted, it's realy a joy to type on.
The only issue I'm havng is learning not to hit the spcebar in the middle with my thumb, where i apparently usually do, as there are two separate space bars, but it is very well worth the effort!
Altogether, a brilliant little device, at a remarkably low price, and I'd recommend it to anyone.
Ended up just chucking it in my bag with my tablet, was perfectly fine, never had any issues and it's flat enough you could but it into a computer bag without any issues at all.
Also I found it abit to small but that’s my personal preference. In the end I opted for a keyboard with a num pad but again personal preference.