Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard
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Definitely a bargain at the $27 range
3 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.
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: The bluetooth connection works great, and the fact that the keyboard shuts off when you put the cover on is awesome. Heavy rubber cover that can also be used as a stand (though I have never used it since I have a cover that functions as a stand). It is very small, so you have to adjust a little from using a full sized keyboard, but it is much better than trying to limp along with the touch screen keyboard, especially since an 8" screen doesn't have a ton of real estate...
Excerpt: Its overall a pretty good buy, not to expensive but still get a good quality product. I cant say the same about the mouse from the same product line. It does have a hard time staying connected to Bluetooth.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Quiet
Summary: Since I couldn't find this info elsewhere, I want to confirm that this keyboard does pair fine over Bluetooth with Samsung Smart TVs. (Of course, given the Wi-Fi smartphone remote apps, the utility of that becomes diminished.) It works fine with Android and iOS. I found the ways to switch languages as well. To pair with any device, you have to enter the numeric code the device shows once it detects the keyboard. Somewhat cumbersome.
Excerpt: I looked at this keyboard and compared it to a compatible Logitech version and I opted for this one. I like the keys on the MS version versus the "island" type found on Logictech. I also like the way the cover activates or deactivates the keyboard and how the cover can be used as a tablet stand - a feature which I found useful. Lastly it is made of metal (not plastic), clean and it's one nice compact keyboard.
Summary: I purchased this about a week after I got my Surface Pro. I have used it anytime I needed to type a lot, as I find that the touch cover is not 100% when I get flying on the keyboard. My only real complaint is that the cover/stand collects a lot of dust due to its tackiness. Battery life has been great, and pairing has never failed me. Great compliment to my wedge mouse.