questionsduh!?? or is this not duh!?


it should work fine with other bluetooth devices. but, i'd check their return policy just in case.


Bluetooth is bluetooth. Also HID support is universal accross most platforms. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. I think they only reason why they lable it is "iPad 2" is because the case is designed to fit an ipad 2. I'm sure you've considered this, but you won't be able to dock your Razr Maxx to the case. So you're essentially paying for a bunch of extra stuff you don't need, the stuff designed for the iPad.


It should work with any bluetooth device, but I have had trouble trying to pair my HP Bluetooth Keyboard with my android phone. (got the keyboard along with my HP TouchPad in the fire sale) I don't know if I'm doing something wrong or if this keyboard was specifically designed for the HP Touchpad only.


I have this keyboard, with a slightly different case. I absolutely LOVE it! This is a great price for it. I have had it since Memorial Day, and use it almost daily (not for long, but it gets some long days of use) and I've never had to charge it since I purchased it. I just synced it with my iPhone 4S instead of my iPad2, and I am typing this comment on my phone using the keyboard. It appears to have the same functionality as it does on my iPad. However, it is the same OS, so I can't tell you for sure that it will work on a Droid. There are special function keys like a home button, cut, copy, paste, picture, volume, music controls, that I would imagine might not work on a non-iDevice. But the general keyboard part probably would be fine. I don't have access to a Droid to check it out.

Oh, and if you get it and find that it doesn't work, PM me and I probably know someone who would be willing to take it off of your hands for that price.


I also thought bluetooth was bluetooth regardless.....


Hi. Thanks for the input. My impression is the Bluetooth is Bluetooth too but my fingers are still crossed. I've definitely heard of Bluetooth devices that play nice with some devices but don't play well with others. I've just never heard explicitly whether there are differences between iOS/Android that could make a device only work with one or the other.

Like I said, I'm probably mostly going to use it in my car. I figure having my phone in the navigation dock will make it like a cool little monitor setup.

@mkdr: Thanks for the offer. I'll keep it mind. I'll let you know if it works for me or not.


It's been my experience that manufacturers label EVERYTHING as compatible with the iPad, just to advertise the product on the shelf and catch the eyes of passersby. Kind of a lame gimmick, but still not as bad as seeing monitors that tout they're "Windows ready."


OK so I bought the keyboard. It paired up with my phone without any problem and it's working great. So I think it's going to do what I need it to do. The only thing I wish I'd thought of before I bought it is a touch pad. There are definitely times when a touch pad would make it a lot easier to use when I want to move the cursor around.

I rate it a great success - especially for the price.