By May 30, 2010

Adapt Mobile Micro Bluetooth Keyboard video

Adapt-angled A few weeks ago I looked at the Freedom Pro Bluetooth keyboard which I think was a great solution for anyone wanting to add a full-size QWERTY keyboard to virtually any mobile device, including the Apple iPad. However, if you want something a little more compact and portable the Micro Bluetooth Keyboard from Adapt Mobile might prove to be a bit more pocketable.

The ADK-100 Micro Bluetooth Keyboard is pretty small, roughly the same footprint as the iPhone for example and weighs just 40 grams. It does however offer 5 rows of pretty decently sized keys. It seems to be a good trade-off being small enough to hold on your hands for two-thumb typing but also large enough to place on the desk to touch-type.

The Micro Bluetooth Keyboard is compatible with most Bluetooth devices from the iPad and iPhone to Windows Mobile and Android. It’ll even with with Playstation3 and PC’s so offers a great deal of versatility.

Check out the video below for a quick unbox and demo of the keyboard in action.

 

Adapt Mobile Micro Bluetooth Keyboard video

 

  • Charging via mini usb cable (Supplied)
  • Supports following models:
  • All bluetooth compatible Computer/Laptop/Netbook
  • Nokia mobiles with Sybian S60 system
  • Smartphones with Android system (1.5 only, and future 2.2 supported)
  • Smartphones with Windows Mobile system 6.0 (or lower)
  • SONY PS3
  • Apple iPAD and iPhone (OS 4.0)
  • Package: 47 x 19 x 3.5cm
  • Weight: 0.70kg/box

 

Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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