dealslogitech bluetooth aluminum keyboard & stand for…

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I have to call duplicate on you WOOT! It is funny how mine got no votes in an hour and you have 28 right off the bat....lol. Would you like to kill my post now?

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Note from description on site: The case is custom cut for for the Galaxy Tab 10.1" (Wi-fi Only Model) but works with all HID Bluetooth enabled devices.

Still a good deal at $10

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If you're looking for a bluetooth keyboard, for $15 shipped I think this is a bargain.

I picked one up last week and so far it works flawlessly with my Toshiba Thrive, Samsung Transform Ultra, and my wife's Kindle Fire HD - with the last two devices also fitting into the slot/stand as well (but sit not far from vertical).

Typing is very responsive (as quick and precise as my wired keyboard) and while the keys are (naturally) a bit small-ish, they're actually quite crisp and useable for touch typing.

Only real cons I've found so far are due to it being designed as a cover (for a specific Galaxy tablet): it has several somewhat sharp metal cutouts, and the metal backing creates a small raised "lip" all around the keyboard that took some to get used to.

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Works great with the Sony S I bought fromn Woot but does not fit as a cover. Well worth the $$

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@morriea: Quit yer bitchin' This is a sponsored item, you don't have a leg to stand on.

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Does this work well for the nexus 7?

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Will this work with an Ipad2?

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@xterraguy: did you really not notice the 'lol' in my comment?

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Anyone know if this will work with the Lenovo K1 Ideapad? Can't find anywhere in the specs that it is HID enabled. Thanks!

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@uplover: According to their page: "the keyboard can be used with any Bluetooth Human Interface Device (HID) enabled device!"

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i use the one for the galaxy tab 10.1 wifi verision with my galaxy tab 7(1st version), works with my galaxy s3 and works with my windows laptop. awesome little keyboard.

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If this is the one that Woot just had for $12, It is GREAT! I picked up 3 of them (One for me, a friend and my mom). We all have Samsung Galaxy 10.1 wifi and LOVE IT.

I hope future ones have a charger on the bottom so it can charge it too.

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Does it work with vaunted HP Touchpad?

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Just bought one of these last week for the wife at $20 something. Oh well, it is a pretty good product though I do have to say. It claims 55 hours of usage on a charge for the one we got. We haven't had to charge yet though so I cannot comment on accuracy of that statement.

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Nice price for a bluetooth keyboard.

Does anyone know if the ipad3 fits in the groove? At a reasonable angle in portrait & landscape mode?

And same questions for the HP Touchpad too.

Thanks.

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@waltc: To answer my own groove question:
The iPad3 and HP Touchpad probably wouldn't fit in the groove based on thickness dimensions--

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is 0.34"
The iPad3 is 0.37"
The HP Touchpad is 0.54"

But I think I'll buy one anyway-- it seems like the cases I already have will sit nicely behind the logitech keyboard.

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@morriea: I saw your LOL and it was an excellent LOL at that. I upvoted both of your posts !

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@waltc: Thanks for the info. Went ahead and got 2

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I don't see F1-F12 keys on this.....can anyone verify?

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@ryjaek: Yes, but I cannot find any specs on the Lenovo K1 that states it is HID enabled. That's why I'm asking.

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The big problem I had with the same item for the iPad was that the corners dig into your palms if you rest them on the keyboard while typing. Not sharp enough to cut, but real annoying to type on for more than 10 minutes at a time.

I hope this version doesn't have that, but from the photos, the design looks identical.

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awesome, in for one on my nexus7

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@hkwootme:

Correct, No F1-F12 keys, escape, windows/start, prtscn, scrlk, pause, insert, delete, pgup, pgdwn, home or end keys.

But does have Android function keys like: home, back settings, lock, cut, copy, paste, email, browser & media keys.

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@royceeddington:

While it does have both a raised metal lip around the keyboard plus three somewhat sharp metal cutouts, I've found that placing a mousepad or notebook (the paper kind) at the 'bottom' of the keyboard makes it far friendlier to use for extended typing.

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@Cedaroo - thanks - much appreciated. I can still use with my tablet but not as practical for use with Raspberry Pi since F1-F12 and the other keys you listed aren't available. ;-)