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Mini Bluetooth Keyboard For iPad/iPhone, PS3 (and some Android phones too)- £10.99 @ 7 Day Shop
Mini Bluetooth Keyboard For iPad/iPhone, PS3 (and some Android phones too)-  £10.99 @ 7 Day Shop

Mini Bluetooth Keyboard For iPad/iPhone, PS3 (and some Android phones too)- £10.99 @ 7 Day Shop

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Seems to have good reviews for the Apple products and PS3 but mixed reaction to Android devices. Seems a good price for a seemingly handy product!

Blurb:

This keyboard will bring comfort and convenience to your texting and emailing world. It is small enough to be carried around with your phone, but much easier, quicker and more accurate than using an onscreen keyboard or T9 keypads.

The keyboard simply connects via bluetooth to your device and is compatible with devices such as Smartphones, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or PS3.

It's super slim and lightweight so you can take it with you anywhere. This keyboard features a 10m range and a internal rechargeable Li-ion battery.

System requirements:
The device must have built-in Bluetooth function
The mobile OS should be one of the following:
Windows Mobile (6.0 or later) OS,
Nokia Symbian S60 (V3.0 or later) OS,
Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch etc
Does not work with Andriod versions older than 2.3 or any OS not listed above

Features
- Bluetooth Version: V2.0
- 49 keys
- Built-in rechargeable li-ion battery, Micro USB port charging
- Colour LED for working status indication
- Built-in intelligent power management software for power conservation
- Working range: 10m
- Charging time: 3-4 hours

What's In The Box:
- Mini Bluetooth Keyboard
- Installation CD (User Manual)
- USB 2.0 power Cable

16 Comments

Android 2.3 is ginger bread right? That rules out most android. HTC Desire on 3 network is due for OS upgrade to 2.3 mid may so this key board might be useful to someone.

Can't imagine this will be useful to anyone except a child as the keys will be tiny. Not voting either way.

roof30

Can't imagine this will be useful to anyone except a child as the keys … Can't imagine this will be useful to anyone except a child as the keys will be tiny. Not voting either way.



No, I have big hands and use a smaller keyboard than this on an Xperia X10 mini Pro and it's very very usable. These are designed to be cradled on the fingers and operated with two thumbs.

I can agree, it helps to use even if the buttons are small.
I'd not buy this tho, it should make texting quicker, but every time digging through my bag to find it, than turn on bluetooth just takes more time. That's why "pro" version phones are better.

Voted Hot, but I wont be getting one.

I paid well over £50 for a BT Keyboard a good few years back and it still works (not this one). Its good they have come down in price. I wouldnt ecpect they are much good with an iPad as they are smaller than the onscreen keyboard. With the iPhone, however, they are fantastic and really open up far more possibilities for the iPhone eg writing emails longer than one sentence etc.

This product will not work on the original iphone or 1st gen ipod touch or any iOS devices running older software.

iphone 2G and 1st gen touch devices are stuck on iOS 3.1.3 - bluetooth keyboard support added in 4 (or 3.2 for ipad).

Thanks

Garasand

Android 2.3 is ginger bread right? That rules out most android. HTC … Android 2.3 is ginger bread right? That rules out most android. HTC Desire on 3 network is due for OS upgrade to 2.3 mid may so this key board might be useful to someone.



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Look hopeful for users of older versions of Android, if your device is rooted. If not, BlueInput or Bluetooth Keyboard Easyconnect might suffice.

Garasand

Android 2.3 is ginger bread right? That rules out most android. HTC … Android 2.3 is ginger bread right? That rules out most android. HTC Desire on 3 network is due for OS upgrade to 2.3 mid may so this key board might be useful to someone.



You are correct, only 2% of the android population are 2.3+. However, remember lots of custom gingerbread roms are out for most phones and i'm sure there are thousands and thousands (myself included) running them.

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msharif911

Voted Hot, but I wont be getting one. I paid well over £50 for a BT … Voted Hot, but I wont be getting one. I paid well over £50 for a BT Keyboard a good few years back and it still works (not this one). Its good they have come down in price. I wouldnt ecpect they are much good with an iPad as they are smaller than the onscreen keyboard. With the iPhone, however, they are fantastic and really open up far more possibilities for the iPhone eg writing emails longer than one sentence etc.



Ive bought one for use on my ps3 and ipad because I think the ipad keyboard us woeful! Why they (Apple) don't have numbers on the first page I'll never know. Makes typing a real chore. Even worse on the ps3 with a controller!

What's the quality like?

Looks like a US layout too - can't see a £ sign...

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This keyboard keeps popping up on here from various suppliers from time to time. I have one. The down-side is that there is too much 'feed-back' when a key is pressed. i.e. it takes quite a bit of pressure to press a key, then it suddenly gives. Great for getting RSI.

If the key presses were softer, I'd recommend it as the build is pretty good, it's fast to charge via the mini USB port and it'll auto-power off if you forget to switch it off.

And can confirm that the PS3 detects in and Android 2.2 won't (not even with various bluetooth apps I've tried).

7day shop are the based in the uk.

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