Author: Bob Buskirk
The keyboard itself is much smaller than than your normal-sized keyboard and it does not have a full-key layout that features a number pad. Of course being that this is made for a tablet or even mobile phone you do not want it to be that big. I mean who wants to be carrying around a full-sized keyboard with them everywhere! In total you have 65 keys and the top row has a set of alternate function keys. These are easily used by holding in the function button then pressing them. The keyboard itself is all black and currently that is the only color available.
Towards the top right of the keyboard there is a small power switch and battery and Bluetooth indicator LED’s. The keys themselves are what I call chiclet keys. They do not seem overly small and have rounded corners. Besides the normal keys you are used to you also have a search key, home key, back key, and ever a full set of arrow keys.
The keyboard is designed so that it is thicker at the top. This gives the keyboard a slight angle to it, which should make typing much more comfortable. On the back of the keyboard are 4 large feet that will help keep the keyboard in place on your desk. There is also a small connect button and large compartment for four AAA batteries. Batteries are not included if you order the keyboard from Geeks.com.
The carrying case / stand is pretty basic, but is a great addition to just having the keyboard. The inside has a nice felt material to protect the keyboard during travel. You can flip the case open and lock the ends together to create a stand for your tablet or mobile phone. When you are all done you can slide the keyboard in and you are good to go.