Typing on a smartphone or tablet is relatively slow and error prone, especially if you are using the virtual keyboard on a small touchscreen display. It may work OK for short text messages, but for longer emails and serious work, the Rapoo E6300 Ultra-thin Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard works much better.
They claim that this is the world’s thinnest wireless keyboard, and at 5.6mm (0.22″) thick it most definitely is compact. This makes it really easy to fit in a pocket, which is important if it’s going to be used with a cell phone, tablet, or other portable electronics device. Also adding to the convenience is that it is wireless (Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity for up to 30 feet of range) and rechargeable (with a battery life of about a month).
The Rapoo E6300 was designed with Apple iOS and Android products specifically in mind, so it works great with iPhones, iPads, Android cell phones, and Android powered tablets. As mentioned, it is less than 1/4 inch thick. It’s other measurements are 8.0 cm x 2.05 cm (3.1″ x 8.1″). While a smaller size would make it easier to pocket, it would also make it harder to type quickly and accurately, which is the whole point of using this instead of the built-in typing options.
Rapoo E6300 Ultra-Thin Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard
- The world’s thinnest wireless keyboard, the thinnest thickness of only 5.6mm, small and stylish
- Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity, transmission performance and stability
- Operation distance: about 10 m (30 feet)
- 2 hour charging time
- Up to 1 month working time
- Supports Windows XP/Vista/7
- Specifically designed for the iPad and Android users.
- Built-in lithium battery-powered, energy saving
- Rich shortcut keys, easy to use
- Suitable for smart phone, tablet, iPhone series, iPad series, laptop computer, etc.
- Comes with USB charging cable and Chinese/English user manual
Rapoo E6300 Keyboard Includes
- Charger Cable
- Mini Receiver
- User Manual
Order the Rapoo E6300 Ultra-thin Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard for $39.99 with free shipping worldwide from Focalprice.com.