Pros: Has internal rechargable battery by micro USB cable. Enables keyboard to be thinner than AAA batteries, and don't have to keep buying them. Connected easily to Nexus 7 2013, form factors are very compatible. Has three different bluetooth device memory so my son's iPod, and wife's iPhone should be able to connect too. Like the key action, lighted keys will help because I'm often in the dark, like a mushroom.
Cons: no user-manual, but QR code on box goes to website with support document.
Summary: Pros: Installation is quick and easy. Backlighting is great. Keys are comfortable to the touch. Cons: Keyboard must be turned on before device in order for it to be recognized. Switching between devices is erratic at best and actually is not worth the effort. Sometimes it switches, but most of the time it doesn't.
Pros: Build quality Key travel & spacing Accurate scroll with arrow keys Accurate on-screen display using FN keys Right-size / great ergonomics Auto-on /Auto-off backlight and Hand sensor Multiple OS Instant switching between 3 devices High-end look/feel
Summary: This is a good good product, and exactly what I needed with my Samsung Galaxy 3 smartphone and Samsung tablet. However, it is missing a couple of things which could send it over the top in my book... it would be useful if Logitech also designed a matching Easy-Switch Bluetooth mouse with a 3-device Bluetooth switching button that, when clicked, would switch the mouse over to connect with any of three devices/computers, as most of us have now have a laptop, a tablet and a...
Summary: The keyboard is a good bluetooth design. However it's missing a multi pairing push button mini tranceiver. It relies on the OS driver for the pairing. So it won't work for bios access and dual booting. If it had a usb 3.0/2.0 transceiver the size of the unity rf tranceiver with two buttons. one for the pairing channel and the second for pairing, then it becomes a serious object to purchase. Such a transceiver is more important than the keyboard.