Whether you’re a freelancer working from coffee shops, you’re a sales agent always on the road or you simply want to boost your productivity on your smartphone and tablet, the Jorno Bluetooth foldable keyboard is here to help!
The Jorno is a tri-fold portable compact keyboard with full QWERTY key layout, that connects to iOs, Windows and Android devices via low energy Bluetooth, sports a Micro-USB rechargeable battery, comes with an integrated case that transforms into a phone/tablet stand for your convenience and is available in 3 color versions: black keys, gunmetal grey backing.
Well, look no further! Microsoft’s new foldable keyboard is a universal typing device designed to work on most Bluetooth enabled gadgets, is feather light and only 5mm thick, it’s small enough to fit in your bag, purse or even in your pocket, sports a full sized keyset, it’s liquid spill resistant, features a rechargeable battery that provides up to 3 months of usage on a full charge and allows you to connect and type on any two mobile devices by easily switching between them with a single touch.
Spice up your typing experience with the Bastron Glass Keyboard!
This fancy ingenious keyboard has a modern design, it’s only 0.2-in 9that’s 5.2mm) thick, sports pink or blue backlight, is compatible with Windows PC, Mac and MacBook laptops, iPhone and Android devices and allows user to type text, control the mouse as well as use 15 types of gestures for quick controls!
Remember the original Star Wars episode when R2-D2 projected Princess Leia’s hologram and helped her ask General Kenobi’s help in her struggle against the Empire? Based on the same idea of projecting a hologram, the Star Wars R2-D2 Keyboard is a very cute little laser virtual keyboard designed to help you better type long texts while keeping a very small and portable format.
The R2-D2 virtual keyboard is about the size of an iPhone, it works via Bluetooth 3.0 and is compatible with all iPhone models, all Android devices, Windows and Apple laptops and desktop PC’s as well as most Bluetooth enabled gadgets. The laser keyboard has a full QWERTY layout with 68 keys, is powered by an 660mAh rechargeable internal battery which allows about 2 hours of usage on a full charge (3 hours), has light intensity, sound and sensitivity settings as well as R2-D2 specific sound effects while typing!
On the … dark side of the offer, the R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard will set you back $339, but hey … no price is too high if you wanna be a real Jedi!
No larger than a regular pocket knife and weight just 1.5-ounces (that’s about 1/3 of the size and weight of an iPhone), the WayTools TextBlade is a minimalist Bluetooth keyboard designed easier type long messages while on the go!
The TextBlade features an innovative design with magnetic hinges which snaps in place by itself and turns ON the keyboard, 8 ultra smart keys which perfectly emulate a full QWERTY keyboard with 19 mm spacing between keys (just like any regular desktop keyboard), connects to your device via low energy Bluetooth 4.0 and it is compatible with most devices out there including iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones and tablets, Windows and Mac PC, basically Bluetooth enabled gadget. Check out the TextBlade in action and let me know your thoughts about it in he comments below.
The iPad Air 2 Bluetooth Keyboard Case from Brando.com is a convenient way to protect your iPad and always have with you a keyboard to help you better play, write emails or simply transform your tablet into a laptop and accomplish your daily stuff.
The Bluetooth keyboard case is designed for iPad Air 2, but it’s works very well with the first generation of iPad as well and can be used as external keyboard even with Android or Windows devices (anything that supports Bluetooth connectivity).
Actually, in this video review, I am using an iPad Air 1 and, as you see, it’s a perfect fit. The case comes with a full qwerty keyboard and a bunch of dedicated keys to control the most used iPad functions such as volume, settings, screen brightness music playlist controls and copy/paste options. The case connects to your iPad via Bluetooth 3.0 (there are no wires to connect), sports a 350mAh internal rechargeable battery that allows up to 140 hours of uninterrupted usage on a 5 hours full charge, incorporates a desk stand and is available in three colors – Silver, Gold and Gray.
I used the iPad Keyboard Case for about 1.5 weeks and, even though I am not a big fan of using external keyboards and mice on tablets, I must admit it turned out useful more times than I was expecting! Being able to type a long email on my tablet was a actually cool …
The iPad Air Bluetooth Keyboard Case is available for $39 US. Check it out for more info …
Sharing your laptop’s keyboard and mouse and use them to work on your phone or tablet, or even on another PC was never an easy job! Some solutions like Synergy allow using the same keyboard and mouse on different computers (regardless their OS – you can use Synergy with Windows, Mac an even Linux) connected to the same WiFi network, but how about mobiles and tablets (Synergy can also be used with some rooted Android models, but hey, that’s no longer a simple task, isn’t it!!!)?
On the other side, apps like MyMobiler or 1Keyboard allow you to type and control your Android smartphone or your iPhone and iPad from your Mac or Windows PC! But how about controlling other PCs at the same time?
This is where the IoGear KeyShair GKMB02 comes into the game and unifies keyboard and mouse sharing on up to 4 devices including laptops, desktop PC’s, tablets and smartphones. The KeyShair is a small USB dongle compatible with Windows, Mac, iOs and Android devices and uses Bluetooth to manage typing and mouse control on all connected gadgets.