great little keyboard that works perfect with windows, has nice feel of a keys, perfect layout of keys, portable light for travel and all the more, it is affordable. Not another apple!
Product was overall okay. Small minimal design with easy to use interface. However on Bluetooth the product continually jams in the middle of typing. When I'm in the middle of Microsoft Word on a document it can either freeze up or immediately start typing the same letter over and over again until I stop with my laptops keyboard. Was looking for an option where I can manually connect the keyboard with a USB instead of using Bluetooth but this option was not available. Would not recommend the item for long term use and to other customers. Instead i would say buy another keyboard. Was good for a short term fix for my workshop when my keyboard was stolen/missing.
Five star as it came beyond my expectation! I want to buy one more.
Cannnot begin to explain how much this keyboard has done and saved me from spending a lot of $$$. Because I am a colllege student so I want to save rather than spend and this keyboard is the same as a regular keyboard, just the only diferrence it's Bluetooth and can take it anywhere.
Came with no user manual so I had to find one online after quite a bit of searching. Only piece of paper inside wanted me to review it on facebook in broken English. These things are TINY, around 1/3rd the size of regular keyboards, and thinner than a plate. Good for an Ipad keyboard, but it doesn't come with a bluetooth receiver, so fork over another 20 bucks to get one or own an Ipad. Worthless as a pc keyboard.
The keyboard backlight turns off after a couple of seconds of not using, and the keyboard itself becomes unresponsive a few seconds after that. The keyboard then lags as it turns itself back on after trying to type again (having to press a key several times for a response). I'm constantly having to flip the switch on and off because most of the time, the keyboard won't acknowledge key presses or is too laggy and inputs 10x the key strokes, resulting in wwwwwoooordddssss liiiikeee thhhiisssss.I wanted to love it, it's a great size and the backlight is really nice... but I can barely use it to function half the time. Maybe I got a dud. Who knows?Would not exactly recommend, unfortunately.
AWESOME Bluetooth keyboard! It's very slim and lightweight and super easy to set up. LOVE the back light option with different colors to choose from. It's so slim it fits in my tablet hardshell case with tablet.
the best service and products I have ever experienced
Worked fine for about 1.5 months light now stays on and keys no longer work when linked to a device i have taken good care of it. And when it worked it worked great i received this as a gift for my birthday. I am really bummed it stopped working. So just beware im not saying dont buy it but it does not seem to hold up to everyday use in a very keyboard friendly environment.
Whenever I press a key it basically lags and presses like 20 times and does this with any key. Not happy.
I have used this keyboard for a few weeks already, I really wanted to love this keyboard, but a few things made it less than ideal:(1) Start up: My computer is set up so there is a boot password before window starts and ask for window password. This keyboard cannot connect to my computer during the boot password stage. So I either have to use my laptop keyboard which is at the docking station, meaning I need to open the lid of my laptop to do so; or hide a wired keyboard under my desk and use it every time I boot up my computer. I used to use a USB connection wireless keyboard, and it didn't do that.(2) Battery life: with back light on, power on, and typing a few hours a day, the battery only last 1 week max. I don't turn the power off when I leave work since I thought it is supposed to turn itself to power safe mode. I had higher hope on the battery life since it said it will last for months with back light off, I was hoping it can at least go for a few week...but it really only last a few days. My old UBS keyboard that used disposable batteries will last for almost a year.(3) Ghost typing: At least a couple times a day, I find myself deleting a row of "oooooooooooooooo". Very annoying.
great bluetooth keyboard. I was able to sync it quickly and easily to our iPad; what's good is it will also work with Windows, Mac and Android devices. Light weight and compact too.
Good for late night work.
So far pretty pleased. I haven't tried to see how far away you can go, I keep it close to my screen. I really like how light and slim it is. Easy for me to transport my work. I wish the backlight stayed on so I could work in the dark, but that's my only complaint
Good bluetooth keyboard, great battery life! I love the different colors that you can change. I wish the colors didn't go off so soon but I guess that is to save battery. But an option to keep the lights on as long as you want would be appreciated and useful. Easy to pair with the laptop.Stays connected to the laptop. No complaints so far.
I purchased this Keyboard to work with my cell phone. It made it very easy to text contacts while at work, and overall made my cellphone much more reliable, and user friendly. It worked wonderfully for two weeks. The keyboard then quit working, and the "backspace" key popped off. I believe this was due to I carried this keyboard everywhere, and it got used about 2 hours a day. at least.I highly recommend this product if it is not being carried everywhere. If it is, spend money on a sturdier keyboard.
This keyboard is great for the money. I had purchased it in Jan of 2017, and charged it fully at that time. I did have a problem with the "I" key not functioning properly, so I contacted the seller and they sent me out a new one in 2 days. No hassle at all. At the time I contacted Arteck, it was mid February, and had yet to recharge the keyboard. I do a fair amount of typing as well. I am impressed by this little keyboard!
I spilled water on my laptop keyboard, causing several keys to stop working, so I needed a new, slim keyboard to place on top of my now broken one. Protip: Place a piece of a folder or something sturdy on top of your old laptop keyboard so this one doesn't accidentally press buttons on it.I almost returned this keyboard due to the lack of an Escape key (I use audio/video editing software that relies on this key to pause and stop, so I press it a lot). Then I found a workaround for this silly problem. I know it's a lot of steps, but it only needs to be done once, and then your keyboard will be good to go!Please rate this post Helpful so more users can see it and fix the problem before getting frustrated!Here is how to make the Escape Key actually work like an Escape Key:Download and Install open-source software called "Auto Hotkey"Go to your desktop, right-click, and choose "New -> AutoHotkey Script"It doesn't matter what you name it, as long as you keep the .ahk at the end of the file nameRight-click the file and choose "Edit script"Add a new line at the top of the file and type #InstallKeybdHookAdd a new line at the bottom of the file and type Browser_Home::Escape(notice the two colon signs)Save and close the file, then double-click the script file so it runsYou will have to double-click this file every time you re-start Windows to make it run, unless you follow the extra steps below:ADVANCED EXTRA STEPS: (if you want your AutoHotkey script to run in Windows automatically when you start up)Go to Start Menu, All Programs, and find the "Startup" folder. Right-click it, and choose "Open"Find the .ahk script you created earlier (it's on your desktop, remember?), and drag it into the Startup folderNow that script will run automatically when you start WindowsI have no idea how to do this on a MacOPTIONAL EXTRA STEP:I also swapped the left-Option and Command keys, because I am used to the left-alt key being next to spacebar, and the Windows key being next to Control. I did this in AutoHotkey by opening my script again and adding these lines at the bottom of the file:LAlt::LWinLWin::LAltSince those keys are the same size, you can even (CAREFULLY!!!) pop them out of the keyboard and physically switch them around!WARNING: This will screw up the Left-Alt and Left-Windows keys on any other keyboard you use on your system, unless you disable the script. You can disable it by finding the AutoHotkey icon in your system tray (bottom-right corner of the screen where your clock and volume buttons are), right-clicking the icon, and choosing "Suspend Hotkeys" or simply "Exit"ANOTHER EXTRA STEP I WOULDN'T BOTHER WITH:If you still want the Browser_Home key to be available, add another new line to the script and type Escape::Browser_HomeWARNING: This will screw up the Escape key on any other keyboard you use on your system, unless you disable the script as mentioned above.
Bluetooth will malfunction and say that it doesn't exist at all, making the keyboard useless. Now it won't allow use of the shift key and several other (seemingly) random keys. There has been no damage. The thing has barely moved, honestly. It's ridiculous that we paid for this much hassle.Edit: The company sent us a replacement almost immediately once they heard about what had happened. Really great customer service here. That being said, there is a rate of failure in any product, and I guess we just ended up with the bum one. I will mention, though, that the battery life isn't as advertised, but other than that, it's a pretty great keyboard (when it's in working condition, of course). I changed my review from 1 star to 4 stars as a result.