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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
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.
HP TouchPad Wireless Keyboard
The unit was originally made for the HP TouchPad; but was purchased to support a BlackBerry Playbook. It also works with an iPad 2. The top row of function keys (primarily multi-media oriented) work with the iPad, but I have not been able to adapt them to the Playbook.This unit was selected over other bluetooth models due to size and keypad travel / touch. The keyboard has excellent key travel and feel for a touch typist. The keyboard size is excellent with no crowding of keys that I have found in other "mini" keyboards. I use a "CD-SunVisor" by CaseLogic to protect the keyboard in my travel bag - which is inexpensive and a perfect fit.I travel with an ultra-portable notebook, but the keyboard / tablet combination is excellent for taking both typed and voice notes at meetings. This combination is light weight, compact, and quick to boot up. I also use a bluetooth mouse with this keyboard/tablet combo. On a train, the BlackBerry Bridge is more comfortable to use; but on a plane, the keyboard/mouse is very practical for doing real work.This unit is quick to pair with either the iPad or Playbook tablets. Battery life is great (so far, 3 weeks of extended use) with the unit left on for hours. It does go into a rest mode, requiring a couple of taps to wake up.The price with shipping is around -30, which is superior to the price of comparable models. This unit is similar to ones made by Logitech and Apple; and appears to be very durable and well made.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 loudNice black aluminum keyboardFeels very sturdyEasy 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 keyboardThere is very minimal delay if at allI can afford itCons:No number padI 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 allThe arrow keys are kind of funny but it's just so that all the keys can fit on the keyboardThere's no light to tell whether or not Caps Lock is onIf I hadn't read some of the reviews I would not have known how to remove the battery cover without some timeOther thoughts:If it's been idle for a while you need to type a couple of letters to turn the keyboard back onThe light indicating whether the keyboard is on or not is very subtleComputer:ALT key is the Symbol keyThe top left little messenger button is the ESC keyAndroid (Samsung Infuse):The top left little messenger button is the back keyI 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 textsIf 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 buttonThe 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
I'll be honest, I bought this keyboard because of the price. I really didn't think I would use a keyboard on a tablet with a touch screen. When I got it, my daughter walked by and said, "eh, dad, it's called a TOUCHpad".Usage Scenarios - Let's just say that I can definitely see where this could enhance your Touchpad user experience if you do any type of keyboard input. I even found that just making comments on Facebook were easier and faster for me using the keyboard. When typing with the virtual keyboard, I used to think the Touchpad itself was laggy. What I realized was that I was taping the keys ever too lightly, and in some cases the touch was not registering. When I used the keyboard, I could write an email several paragraphs long and the Touchpad did not lag at all. BTW - I have an iPad and and iPad 2 and I have the same experience with the virtual keyboard on those devices. I guess I just need to learn to press harder when I type on a virtual keyboard, but I suppose it's just a matter of preference. None the less, my typing habits aside, the BT Keyboards, made me "perceive" that the Touchpad was more responsive and faster.Hardware- First impression is that it is very similar to the build quality of the Apple wireless BT keyboard. In fact, I am looking att hem both right now and the HP Keyboard is slightly smaller. The have about the same feel with respect to key travel.- The Touchpad keyboard has some dedicated buttons that making using it with the Touchpad nice. One that I find very useful is the "cards" button. I'll admit that I press the button on the Touchpad a lot and I actually worried about wearing out the button on the Touchpad. With the cards button on the keyboard, I now press that, and the cards interface comes up. The keyboard also has a dedicated notification, Just Type, virtual keyboard, screen brightness, and FF, REW, Pause/Play, Mure, Vol Up/Down buttons and it also has a power button to being the Touchpad in and out of "sleep" mode. Note the power button will NOT bring the Touchpad out of Shutdown.