Omars MFI Certified Wired Keyboard
The Omars MFI Certified Wired Keyboard could definitely pass for one of Apple’s officially branded products upon first glance. It has 78 keys and connects via a Lightning cable. Users can simply plug and play without any software setup.
- 5 million keystroke lifespan
- Four rubber feet
- Limited compatibility
Complete with media and volume shortcut keys, the Logitech K480 employs a minimalist layout without compromising functionality. A dial can be used to switch between multiple devices, while an integrated slot accommodates most tablets and smartphones.
- Weighted area prevents overbalancing
- Rubber bumpers on bottom
- Battery indicator is hard to see
The Geyes 608 folds up tightly into a rectangular brick and can be transported with ease. A magnetic strip disconnects the device when in a compact state and triggers reconnection upon unfolding. It also features a hard metal shell and wide kickstand.
- Includes usb charging cable
- Standby power lasts 100 days
- Instruction manual is confusing
The iClever IC-BK08 is essentially a two-for-one deal, as it has an attached trackpad to emulate a full mouse and keyboard setup. An aluminum body, balance stand, and hinged design makes this a durable choice for bumpy rides or uncertain situations.
- Sensitive touch navigation
- Resistant to fingerprints
- Missing some standard keys
Jelly Comb B046
A built-in cradle holder that can secure multiple devices at once makes the Jelly Comb B046 perfect for setting up a workstation on the go. Users can swap between connected appliances with the press of a single button thanks to dual channel support.
- Low profile keys
- Convex spacebar
- Large and heavy
While most portable keypads don’t have backlighting, the Arteck HB030B breaks this trend with seven colors of useful illumination. It has two manually adjustable brightness levels, several status LEDs, and ergonomic ridges.
- Conserves power when idle
- Has windows-based hotkeys
- Utilizes a rechargeable battery
Samsers Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard
While bendable smartphones aren’t widely available for purchase yet, we do have access to the Samsers Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard . Extremely portable and discreet, it can easily fit in your pocket and be ready to go in just a few seconds.
- Waterproof leather backing
- Comes with a six-angle stand
- Wakes when opened
The Nulaxy KM13 comes with an integrated sliding stand to help prop up your phone for a comfortable viewing angle. It uses two standard AAA batteries which last around 180 hours and offers large, tactile buttons for pleasant typing.
- 3 million keystroke life
- Weighs only one pound
- Provides a lag-free experience
Wafer-thin at only a fifth of an inch tall, the Omoton 3798024 is sleek and lightweight — perfect for long trips and quick access. It’s optimized for Apple’s mobile gadgets, but works great with most of their Bluetooth-enabled laptops as well.
- Supports multiple languages
- Long inactivity triggers sleep mode
- Typing on it is quiet
Compatible with a slew of operating systems including iOS and Android, the Logitech K380 is the closest you’re going to get to a fully-fledged keyboard on the go. Wireless switching technology lets you pair up to three different devices simultaneously for convenience.
- Built-in battery has two-year life
- Adjusts key layout based on os
- 33-foot wireless range