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Bluebyte

Universal Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard, bluebyte Multi-Device Full Size Bluetooth 4.0 LE and 2.4G All-in-1 Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard for Windows PC, iPad/Mac and Other Mobile Devices. (Black)

3.4
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Description

  • 1.Multi-Device Dual-Mode Design Wireless Keyboard: Support Bluetooth V4.0,and 2.4G Dongle Wireless all in 1 Connection.
  • 2.Full Size and Ultra-Slim Cross-Compatible Keyboard With Convenient Number Pad: Compatible with Windows, iOS,Mac and Android OS, Recognize Operation System Automatically after paired, no pass code needed.
  • 3.Space-Saving:Support 3 Different HID Device (like mobile phone, laptop and PC) keep High speed connecting same time and shift on different devices easily,This Wireless Keyboard could use for 3 of your Devices at Same time,help you Save Space.
  • 4.Low Power Consumption: Bluetooth BLE enable keyboard ultra long working time ,the normal working time can be more than 1 year and space for two AAA batteries(Not Included)
  • 5.Build-in USB dongle work with 2.4G frequency on PC.The built-in 2.4GHz signal creates a disruption-free connection to your computer, which means you can work without delays when you??re typing. 10m or 33 feet range.

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Customer Reviews

You probably won't like this keyboardConnected easily, but it's a dog. The keys require very heavy pressure. If you're old enough to have used one it almost feels like a manual typewriter! It's about as noisy as one too! Lots of missed characters require retyping - not sure if that's all because of the heavy hand needed on the keys, or if it's a bluetooth thing. I suspect a little of both. Feels cheap too. Did I mention it's LOUD? If you can live with all that, the keyboard layout is pretty good. Ctrl and Alt keys on both sides of spacebar. Big Back and Enter keys. Passable keypad. To look at it, the almost "chicklet type" keys make you think it will be quiet and easy to type. Sadly that's not true at all.1Decent Keyboard, nice price It's really annoying how hard it is to find a full sized bluetooth keyboard anywhere that's not commanding an absurd price.Pros:-Multiple connection options. I hadn't any issue with Windows 10 finding this bluetooth keyboard and pairing with it. Which for those who know windows 10, knows how annoying and frustrating of a task it can be. The 2.5 receiver works just as well too. Just tested it. Can usually easily switch between Android, 2.5 receiver, BT Windows without too much of a hitch. There was a slight hiccup when going from Android to my computer via BT and BT 2 Though second attempt seemed to remove that hickup. There is a 5 second-ish lag when switching, not terrible, but it does switch.-The keys are slightly concave which I like a lot.-It passed my typing test that I put all of my keyboards through "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.", it's a nice and easy test that let's me see if the keyboard is well built and if the keys are easy to find. This was, especially the sometimes tricky to find "backspace". This one is nice and longer than the lettered keys which assures you'll press it. Really every key on here is how I like it. I like that the bar/backslash key is all the way to the right before the number pad and sits above the enter key. Like that the enter key is in a bar format instead of the "L"/ "7' format taking up two rows. I like that the arrow keys are all the same size, hate when they make the right and left arrows bigger than the stacked up and down arrows.Also like how the "Fn" Key is the second to the left on the bottom. Some people put it as the first key which really messes up those who touch type like I do. The "Ctrl" button is the bottom most left key like it should be.-The media keys work and are properly tied on Windows and my android tablet (Note Pro 12.2).-This is a random thing, but this device is actually showing up as a BT4.0LE device which is impressive since BT4.0 keyboards in a full size like this are usually super expensive, and super hard to find.-I also like that this keyboard shows that my "number lock" is active, my K310 from Logitech only occasionally tells me that. I usually have it on since i use my number pad a lot, and when you wake up windows, my laptop tends to turn off numlock even from sleep mode, but sometimes keeps it on, so it's nice to see at a glance if it's activated or not. Especially now that Windows 10 allows pin-login and the num pad does work to type in your pin bypassing the activity state of the numpad. I know that was super confusing to read, sorry. it's hard to explain. The short, is the activity state of my num lock is a mystery, but this keyboard helps solve it. Also, Num Lock works on Android, I've seen other keyboards say that Android doesn't support "Num Lock". This one does.-Tested the claims of 10 minute wake time,they're accurate. Impressive, usually these keyboards are known for their aggressively short wake times.Also tested to see how it does when you don't type for a long period of time but within its wake window, On Windows at 9:54 mark it worked without a hitch. It seems to work just fine on Android too. I was afraid the tablet's power save feature would cause it to time out. It did not.Cons:-The force you need to hit the keys are kind of hard. I've noticed while typing this review and doing my "quick brown fox" test, that if I didn't "strike" the keys it wouldn't register. Normally I'm a heavy handed typer so not a terrible problem.-I included a video with just the audio recorded so you could hear how loud and clacky the keys are.-I NEVER like when companies feel the need to silkscreen their logo on their products in an obtrusive location, like on the space bar. You already sold me the product. I don't need to be reminded of whom makes the keyboard. Keep that stuff out of hte way in a corner or on the back of the device.-Minor niggle, the "c" on the left "Alt/Cmd" key is missing, like it never was printed onto it, found it amusing.-The plastic does feel cheap, but I'm not going to be putting it through any real test to verify that claim. When you look at the back of the device you can see the support lattice, they're the little squares you'll see in the photos I include. Though, I can't easily feel them through the case.-When I pulled it out of its box for the first time, there was a weird dusting of something on it, which was a bit off putting. Not exactly sure what it was. I took a clorox wipe to the whole thing.-I noticed at about 2-3000 words in, the keys are starting to introduce a random squeak here and there.Things to keep in mind:-When in bluetooth mode, the keyboard will fall asleep and the first key you press you may have to press twice, since the initial press is to re-wake the keyboard, and the second press will actually be registered. That is with EVERY BT keyboard, not just this one. That's why when you think the keyboard is asleep, hit the "Fn" key, "Shift", or "Ctrl" key since those require another key to give them a function. So they're usually the safest keys to press to re-wake your device.-The F1-F12 keys are considered secondary keys, meaning you have to press "FN"+ the function key to activate them (example: "FN"+"F1"), and there doesn't seem to be a way to switch them. Sometimes with keyboards like these companies offer a special function tied to phone/computer manufacturers. This doesn't have that toggle. What that does is when you press windows, it changes the function keys into the primary keys and then the special functions like changing volume, playing and pausing media, etc is the secondary function. Then on Android it reverses that.-"FN"+"del" acts as "Print Screen" or "PrtSc" in Windows, but as the screenshot function in Android. A very nice short cut to have in Android over the home+power button or vol_up+power. "Windows key"+"FN"+"del" does allow you to activate the windows shortcut screenshot feature, where "Print Screen" Forces you to open up a program and press "ctrl"+"v" to see the screenshot.I've included the instruction manual for this in the photo gallery since I've noticed that gets brought up in other reviews of bluetooth and other devices of this more ambiguous nature. Also is the easiest thing to lose. It will be interesting to see how well this battery lasts since it is using BT 4.0LE protocol. I like it, and would recommend it. Just remember it's not the highest quality keyboard, keep expectations reasonable. If you want an inexpensive multi-connectivity optioned full keyboard, then this one's going to be really hard to beat. I'll probably buy more of these so I can keep one in my bedroom and one in my main living area and one for traveling. Yeah, that's about $75 worth of keyboards, but ironically is the price that most full sized BT 4.0LE keyboards are asking for. Just look at MS surface studio's keyboard, and it too uses disposable batteries, and they want $70-$80 for it.4Good FindA good reasonably priced keyboard that would be "great" and a 5 if they would either add backlighting to it or do what it takes to make one with quieter keys! I haven't found one yet that has those two things on a multi-device keyboard. I'm not sure why this concept is so hard to grasp but those seem to be the most popular add-ons but I have only found one keyboard with all three but it had other issues. Hence after hours of searching, I cannot find one or maybe they are in the $150+ category where I refuse to go for a non-gaming keyboard. Also for anyone with Win 10 you have to be very careful with your country settings on the right side of your Taskbar. Even though it says "ENG" for English, there is a subchoice for GB or American which may confuse many slow people like me as it changes up how some of the keys display their character. Press " and you get #. Press # and you get ". Press@ and you get the British monetary "Pound" sign which I can't even find on a normal American keyboard! I wish someone warned me as it would have saved me the trouble of returning one as defective before I learned when a second one (different brand) did the same thing. I hope this helped someone else out!4The Design of this keyboard is very smart, if you push Fn+ Esc keyI noticed this keyboard just because it s seductive price for a Bluetooth V4.0 LE multi-device keyboard, I bought similar one last year cost me nearly 100 bucks!. When I open the box there is a Notice card tell me how to use Fn lock function. Maybe the keyboard was design for Mac, so it s default setting is multi-media keys, so the Function keys will need Fn combination . The Design of this keyboard is very smart, if you push Fn+ Esc key, it turn into function lock, you can press F1~F12 directly, no need combination ,very convient ! even my old famous brand multi-device keyboard don t have such smart design! The number pad on the right side was not locked, you can use arrow ,page up/page down as before, it s keyboard just what I wanted! Wow! I can also keep my pad, my desk top and my ipone in connecting!5Don't buy - here's why. Does not work perfectly with a Mac.So i got the keyboard and connected it to my macbook via bluetooth. Even though the num lock key was not pressed, it was displaying numbers and I was not able to use the home/end keys or page up/down keys. yes there are separate keys for these but they require the use of the command key as well which is a pain. i should not have to press two keys to go home/end. pressing the num lock key did not disengage it. The keyboard works fine on a PC, but when connected to a mac, it does not. I asked for a replacement, which they promptly sent, but it also does the same. So both keyboards are going back. I don't need num lock to be engaged all the same and the keyboard not giving me control over what I want. And the funny thing is that num lock light does not turn on even though it has num lock all the time. Ridiculous!!! I want to be able to choose when I want num lock, and when I don't want it, on my Mac. That was the reason to buy this full size keyboard in the first place.1Does nothing wellOnly about half the number pad works, and seeing as I bought it because it has a number pad, that's really disappointing. I also bought it so I can write more easily on my tablet, just discovered today when I type the letter n the letter h appears right next to it. It doesn't perform a keyboard's primary job, so kinda worthless. BUT I had no trouble connecting with my kindle fire hd 10 or Windows 10, however, after connecting Windows with the device 2 button, the keyboard forgot my fire. So basically it does nothing well, and I can't use it. To late for a return2Defective by design - no switch-function/multimedia option.Terrible, plastic keyboard.The instructions that come with this keyboard is a 3 page barely coherent leaflet that doesn't really explain things all that well (the amazon answer above does a better job; thanks!).I have failed to find a way to default the esc and function keys to their intended purpose. There doesn't appear to be a switch-fn function on the keyboard and when in OSX, it doesn't recognize that the system has a function key (so the option to switch the behavior doesn't show in keyboard preferences). You are just stuck with that top row defaulted to the multimedia keys instead of 'escape', 'f1'-'f12'. Oddly enough the Del key defaults to delete instead of the function button alternative.What this keyboard has going for it: Ability to switch between 2 bluetooth and 1 RF source relatively easily (RF usb device hidden in the battery compartment).It has a numpad! A bluetooth keyboard with a numpad! Hooray!Takes a pair of AAA batteries (not included).It seems to go to sleep pretty quickly (maybe 60s?); and it eats the first key you press when waking up. It's fairly inconvenient.If I hadn't tossed the box into the recycling bin for tomorrow's pickup already, I think I'd be packing this up to go back. It's defective by design.1Waste of moneyThis keyboard is terrible. The amount of glitches on this thing is absolutely ridiculous for the price of it. The CAPS button will randomly turn on mid-sentence, the right click function will randomly stop working on my mouse (but if you click the CAPS button a couple times, it fixes itself), and when I randomly plug in different devices, the Bluetooth function stops working and I can't use it at all. The dongle doesn't register, so Bluetooth is the only option. When the connection stops, I have to restart my computer, take out the batteries to the keyboard, and start them all back up again. That stupid CAPS button for some reason is like a reset key and is just so frustrating. Numbers on the number pad get skipped quite often as well because you have to press it so hard to register. Waste of money! Wish I realized how much it drove me nuts before my return window closed.2Great keyboard; usage tipsOutstanding keyboard. The ten key pad's dedicated keys are great. Everything is solid and well made--no wiggly keys. I love the typing feel and compact size of it. Yes, it's a little noisy, but that feedback helps you from missing keystrokes and feels more like my laptop keyboard that it substitutes for when my Windows 10 laptop is connected to my desktop monitor (which is most of the time).I've used 3 different compact keyboards (with ten key pads) similar to this. I like the Bluebyte the best for several reasons. Compared to my last compact keyboard (a big brand name) it weights 1/2 as much but adds more than 5 1/2 square inches to my small desktop space. So it's easy to carry and move, yet with 4 excellent non-slip rubber pads on the bottom, it stays solidly positioned on my desk. I also got it for its Bluetooth mode which frees up a scarce USB port on my laptop--my last keyboard required a 2.4Ghz receiver there.No keyboard lag in Bluetooth mode. But if you haven't typed for a few minutes, first depress Fn, Ctrl, or Shift to wake the keyboard. Otherwise you might lose a keystroke (like any Bluetooth keyboard).Is it perfect? No. Merely operational for Windows, out of the box. But, after you download a fix and apply it, optimal.Out Of The Box: If you want to automatically use the top row F1-F12 function keys with Windows, you first have to lock the upper row of keys by pressing Fn+Esc. Then these F keys work, but the /\ key, \/ key, and the two others (below the right Shift key) are shift locked so that, for example, when you press the /\ key in a Word document it jumps many lines up, like a Pgup. Thus you can't navigate up a line at a time as you should. You can if you press Fn+Esc again, but then F1-F12 aren't all enabled--you have to press Fn+F1 for F1 to work, for example. It's operational, but not optimal for a Windows PC.To fix the above problem, go to the bluepioneer website. Send an email to the Email address at the bottom of the opening web page and describe the Bluebyte keyboard problem outlined above.Bluepioneer tech support is Very responsive. They've always answered me in 1 business day (or less). Their English is not perfect, but it's a lot better than my Chinese. And they know their stuff. They'll email you pdf instructions for and a zip file of the fix.Download The Fix: From the email attachments, download the pdf instructions for the fix and open that to read/print. Then download the zip file fix but do Not unzip it. To install the fix you must a) have this zip file Only on an Android device with Bluetooth; and b) from Google Play, download a program the instructions tells you to use; and c) follow the instructions to use that program (the program reads the zip file and updates the keyboard over Bluetooth). d) Important--after the update, the keyboard's rightmost top light blinks blue. This means you need to re-pair the keyboard's Bluetooth to the Windows PC (since you just reset the keyboard with the fix).This Fix may sound like a lot but it isn't. The instructions are good, with lots of screenshots on how to use the Android program. There are a few unclear spots I goofed up on during my first try. But the program is very forgiving and won't let you damage the keyboard. If you aren't sure just close the program & try it again.Remember to depress Fn+Esc any time you turn the keyboard on, put in new batteries, or have paired it to Bluetooth again. The lower left key labeled alt_option is the Windows key; Alt_Cmd is the Alt key.Would it be better if these guys already had this fix on a production keyboard optimized for use on a Windows PC? Yes (maybe they do, but inventory hasn't hit yet?). But these guys cared enough about their customers to make a fix quickly and supply it, as another poster here mentioned. Few companies respond with customer service like that.5Great middle of the line keyboard for getting work done.I really like this keyboard. This is definitely a space saving design. I'm happy about the full number pad to the right of the keyboard that other models don't have. However i feel a couple of more centimeters of spacing between the number pad and the main keys would have been nice. The ability to switch to another blue tooth device (computer or tablet) with a keystroke combo is genius. The 2.4 gigahertz RF connection option is great, the USB module is hidden in the battery compartment. Battery life seems good also. The keyboard will sleep after a certain time of inactivity.5
Universal Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard, bluebyte Multi-Device Full Size Bluetooth 4.0 LE and 2.4G All-in-1 Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard for Windows PC, iPad/Mac and Other Mobile Devices. (Black)

Universal Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard, bluebyte Multi-Device Full Size Bluetooth 4.0 LE and 2.4G All-in-1 Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard for Windows PC, iPad/Mac and Other Mobile Devices. (Black)

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