Up for review today I’ve got another Bluetooth keyboard from 1byOne but this one is non-rechargeable and it’s thin and small. The keyboard uses two AAA batteries which should last about three months with about two hours per day use and I think that’s fairly decent. I used the keyboard with both my Windows Tablet and Android tablet and it worked just fine, no issues at al. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
Wireless Touch Keyboard
Wireless QWERTY Keyboard &Touchpad is an ideal combo. Just press the key icon, you can switch freely between mouse mode and figure pattern.
Support Any Bluetooth-enabled devices
Support systems: Windows, Mac/IOS, Android, Tablet PC, Smart Phone , enabling you to match with any bluetooth-enabled devices(Apple iOS will not support touchpad mouse function).
With bluetooth wireless technology, there is no messy cables anymore, providing a hassle-free wireless experience. What’s more, QWERTY keyboard with ergonomic tilted design reduces wrist strain.
Ultra Slim Design
Sleek profile, easy to transport, work and play anywhere anytime.
-Love your tablet but miss the convenience of a full-size keyboard? Look no further, for the 1byone Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for Tablet, PC & Smart Phone is here!
-Lets you experience seamless connectivity between your phone, tablet and PC. and the touchpad is smooth and responsive with accurate cursor control and enhanced gesture functions.
-Ultra-thin and lightweight, this keyboard is designed to complement your tablet in size and weight, so you can enjoy the convenience of a full-size keyboard at home, in the office, or virtually anywhere else you choose to use your devices.
-High Speed Wireless Bluetooth 3.0 technology provides a lightning fast connection and unrivalled operating range when used with any iPad, Tablet, PC and smartphone.
-With low power consumption, lasts over three months (based on two hours use per day) with power-saving mode and space for 2 AAA batteries (not included).
Price: $22.99 (from Amazon at time of review)
let’s start with a video unboxing and then move on:
The keyboard comes in a brown box with a large 1byone logo on it and inside you’ll find the keyboard wrapped in plastic for protection and then you’ll see a user manual on the side.
One of the main features of this keyboard is the touchpad off to the right side. The touchpad is just like that you might find on a laptop and it works just like one but it also supports 1, 2 and 3 finger gestures if the operating system supports it.
The keyboard is about 14” x 5” x .5” at the thickest point on the back and it feels very well made overall. The keyboard is mostly about 1/8” thick except for the back edge where the battery compartment is. The keys remind me of what you would find on a laptop, they’re not every tall and they’re springy.
Across the top of the keyboard you’ll find office, browser and multimedia buttons. There is also two blue colored keys for function and Bluetooth.
On the back edge you’ll find the power switch it just slides left and right.
Most of the bottom is metal and it looks nice, the battery compartment is also here and you’ll need two AAA batteries for power. The batteries should last at least three months according to the specs, if you use it about two hours per day that’s the estimated time, but battery life will depend on use of course. The metal on the bottom makes the keyboard sturdy as it’s very thin.
I used the keyboard with both my Windows 10 tablet and Android tablet and it worked fine, no issues pairing at all. To pair it you just enter pairing mode by pressing the function and Bluetooth buttons and the indicator will blink and then just search for it on your device. Your device will prompt you to enter a numeric password and press enter to complete the pairing process.
The 1byone Bluetooth keyboard is a decent product that work well. I like it, it’s small and portable, but it’s thin so it might not take to being stuff in a bag well, other than being thin the keyboard is nicely made and it looks great.
I’ve had no issues with the keyboard while using it, it doesn’t lose connection with Windows or Android even if you don’t touch it for a few minutes. I had no problems with pairing over Bluetooth, it worked just fine.
It’s a decent keyboard in my opinion, it works well and it’s well made, a good choice if you need a portable keyboard to go with your tablet or even phone.
+Simple to use
-Rather thin and sort of fragile
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Disclosure: This product was given to us for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review.
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