Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard
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Definitely a bargain at the $27 range
2 weeks ago
Summary: Overall, pretty well made. Buttons are a decent size for the design and function. Make sure you google for instructions. Tip press FN and Bluetooth for pairing without passkey if you're having problems connecting with a passkey.
Excerpt: I bought this after getting a defective Logitech keyboard (from another store!). In some respects, I'm glad the other one failed: the MS keyboard is much better built, feels like it is built to last, the keys feel good to type on. It is a bit smaller than a desktop keyboard, but that's to be expected. So far it's exceeded my expections.
Excerpt: I spend a lot of time in and out of labs and on the road. In doing so I wanted a simple way to utilize a keyboard for my iPad. The only downfall is most have to be charged. This one was perfect because it only requires batteries, so I can easily stash a few in my bag and never have to worry about finding a plug to charge it.
Excerpt: Great compact keyboard. Easy setup and Bluetooth connection with a small Win 8.1 tablet. Does everything I want it to do. Only nit is power on and off. There is an indicator light when changing power states which is good. However, would love it to have this small light illuminated whenever keyboard is on.
Summary: I really enjoy the feel of the keyboard and the degree it sits on. Responds very well to Surface Pro 2. Batteries last a while. Had it for 3 months now and have only replaced batteries once. I use it at work so it is being used 7 hours a day and I never turn it off. My only issue with this keyboard is that at least twice a day, a key will stick. When you're typing and a key sticks, there isn't anything you can do to get it to 'unstick' except turn the keyboard off.
Summary: Easy to pair up, small enough to carry around but big enough to type comfortably. Case is a very good addition, helps protect the keyboard when store in back pack. Works great with Nokia Windows 8 tablet, this was built for Windows 8 and having all the necessary Win8 keys make this a very good fit. Overall, a very good product.
Excerpt: I have a case on my iPad that I really like, so I did not want a keyboard that came as part of an all-in-one case. This one is perfect. The cover is solid, and I can throw this keyboard in my bag and carry it with me everywhere. The stand holds my iPad even with the extra weight of the case with no problem. It's small, but it's easy to type on, and it has real keys. I would recommend this keyboard to anyone. I had it working in one minute. There's hardly any setup.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Quiet
Summary: This is the third Bluetooth keyboard I have tried with my Thinkpad Tablet 2 and apparently the third time is the charm. This one works very well, Once paired it automatically pairs immediately when I turn on the Thinkpad Tablet 2. The keyboard cover doubles as a stand for the tablet and is very convenient and sturdy. It also fits snugly onto the keyboard to protect it from dust and dirt. All in all, Microsoft hit this one out of the park.
Excerpt: This is a great keyboard. It has a design that is easy to type with, especially the angled profile on a desk. I find this keyboard easier to use than the click keyboard available for the Surface line. I have one of those keyboards and although I like to use it, I find this keyboard as a better keyboard to use for typing. The Bluetooth connection holds fine, even with my Sculpt mouse connected at the same time.