I just got a new iPhone. There were so many passwords for email and other things that I had to put into it. Typing complicated sets of numbers and letters, upper case and lower case, is difficult to do on the iPhone screen. I was very glad to have this Motorola Wireless Keyboard with Device Stand available.
Setup was easy. I went to the Bluetooth mode on the phone and turned on the keyboard. That was it. After they have been paired, I just have to turn on the keyboard when I need to use it and it works.
The cover comes off and becomes a little stand to set our devices on. That came in handy. My little phone rests on it while I type, making it easier for me to see the screen.
This is not a full size keyboard, it’s about the size of the keyboard on my netbook. I find it comfortable to type on, but I do wish there was a way to adjust the tilt. It sits flat on whatever surface it’s on. There are no tabs on the back to adjust the angle.
There is a mouse toggle in the middle of the board, but I don’t have a cursor on the iPhone.
I let my brother try this keyboard on his Android phone. He thought it worked very well. We both agree. It is a nice keyboard, very convenient to have around.
This product was provided for review by the Amazon Vine program.
UPDATE 12/17/12: I just got a Kindle Fire HD 8.9″. The Motorola keyboard works wonderfully with it. The little mouse toggle even puts a cursor on the screen where there is none normally. It pairs automatically. I haven’t had any problems with it since I’ve gotten it.