What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Bluetooth Ultra-Slim Keyboard for iPad Air 2 / Air, iPad Pro, iPad mini , iPad 4 / 3 / 2, New iPad 9.7″(2017), Galaxy Tabs and Other Mobile Devices?

A total of 9 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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7th Mar 2017

My friend uses this keyboard and loves it! Lightweight and simple to use. Doesn’t come with the 2 AAA batteries it needs but it does last for months. Definitely recommend

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8th Sep 2016

I’ve been using this Anker Bluetooth keyboard for the past three years for taking notes and writing emails on my tablet and occasionally my phone. The keys are mostly in the right places and sizes, it’s fairly quiet (if you put a notebook or cloth under it, otherwise it may clank on the table/desk), and I’ve not yet had to replace the batteries.

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11th Aug 2016

For me personally a wireless keyboard is far superior to a USB. It depends on how you game, though.

I use this $14 amazon prime one and am very happy with it. It’s small but not too small to type comfortably on. It’s so light that it sits on your lap and you forget about it till you go to use it. It requires two AA batteries but I’ve used it for about a month without having to replace them. And I play a lot of paragon.

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Bluetooth-Ultra-Slim-Keyboard-Devices/dp/B0096M8VR2

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24th Feb 2016

As a rough workaround, you could connect a Bluetooth keyboard to a phone or tablet in your pocket or bag. Turn off the auto-lock so you don’t get shut out, open some type of notes app, then just type there.

And if you wanted to keep your phone on the table or in your lap or something so you can double check something, you could.

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23rd Jun 2014

Anker sells a bluetooth keyboard on amazon for about 20 dollars plus shipping. It’s works fine. It says it’s made for ipad but it should work just fine.
http://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Slim-Bluetooth-Wireless-Keyboard-Tablets/dp/B0096M8VR2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1403566373&sr=8-1&keywords=anker+bluetooth+keyboard

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8th Oct 2016

Here you go.

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19th Aug 2016

Thanks! I’ve been doing all the typing on this Bluetooth Keyboard using OneNote. I had no idea it would be so effective.

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19th Apr 2016

I think the full-brightness thing is related to FileVault, but I’ve never turned it off to confirm. I can’t adjust the brightness or volume directly via my connected Mac either (even though were suppose to according to Apple). However, I can adjust both using my Apple Wireless Keyboard connected to the iMac.

The iMac stops receiving most keyboard/mouse commands once it enters Target Display Mode (brightness up/down, volume up/down being in the exceptions). My guess is that the Apple Wired Keyboard isn’t sending the specific commands that get through. My Logitech K811 doesn’t either.

I literally use the Apple Wireless Keyboard just to enter/exit TDM and bring down the brightness. My suggestion is to get the $14 Anker Bluetooth Keyboard to do the same. I can confirm that this keyboard works to adjust the brightness/volume of a 2010 iMac while it’s in Target Display Mode.

Edit: I’ve confirmed the full-brightness bug is NOT FileVault related.

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22nd Jan 2015

http://www.amazon.com/Anker%C2%AE-Bluetooth-Ultra-Slim-Keyboard-Devices/dp/B0096M8VR2/ – I wouldn’t want to code all day on it, but this is an OK Bluetooth keyboard. http://www.amazon.com/Allsop-Notebook-Redmond-Adjustable-30498/dp/B005IIR9F8 makes for a decent stand, too. I have both, and for the money, they’re pretty nice.