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AZIO KB334B Black Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard

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AZIO KB334B Black Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.55/10
With 11 User Reviews

Review Date: 10/16/12
Cons: none so far

Pros: Size, easy set up
Great little keyboard, set up was fast and simple, worked flawlessly on Windows 7 computer for a month now.

Review Date: 07/25/12
Cons: -Need midget fingers to type easily on this keyboard

Pros: -Can connect to 6 devices-Bluetooth
When they say mini, they really mean mini keyboard. Only mini-me could use this keyboard with ease. However, with its size, it is easily portable for people who like to work on their Ipads.

Review Date: 04/30/12
Cons: Input LagSlow Connection

Pros: LightPortable
I paired this with my Tablet PC. It works fine and the size is just big enough for me although I wish it could be a few centimetres longer so that Home/End keys aren't merged with the arrow keys. Also the manual doesn't really help much. Whatever you do, don't turn on the numlock or else you lose like half your alphabet...I'm not sure if it's specific to this keyboard, but I noticed that it takes about 10 sec for it to connect to my computer after first turning on the keyboard or after leaving it idle for a while (my Bluetooth mouse connects almost instantaneously). Sometimes, a few letters would drop  randomly. Not sure if that's due to the small size or the wireless.(this review was typed using the keyboard)

Review Date: 04/16/12
Cons: Keys are too close together.

Pros: Small portable size
I had high expectations for this keyboard. Sadly after a few hours, I went out and purchased the cheaper KB333BM. It's also from AZIO and the alphanumeric keys work perfectly with the Blackberry Playbook as well.
Andrew P@NCIX

Review Date: 04/04/12
Cons: - Too small- cheap feel

Pros: - Light and portable- Connects flawlessly- Good battery life- Good price
Overall this is a satisfactory keyboard. I've been using it for about a month for my Samsung galaxy tab 10.1. I like how light and portable it is. It adds no weight in my bag and it's small enough to fit into smaller bags or purses (for you ladies). There was no problem with pairing, and it pairs with multiple devices which is nice. Many other bluetooth keyboards can cost a lot of money and this is very cheap compared to others. The problems I had with this keyboard was that it was way too small. I have long fingers so it was very difficult to type on. I tend to use only 6 fingers plus my thumb to type on this keyboard. The keyboard also feels a bit too cheap when typing. But so far there hasn't been any problems other than the size but you can't complain too much when paying for a cheaper item. It still beats typing on the touchscreen. If you plan to use it very often I recommend a bigger keyboard. If it's for casual use, than this isn't such a bad purchase. This review was modfied by poster @ 04-04-12 09:30 AM

Review Date: 03/29/12
Cons: Use it on iPad feel a bit weird because most of the key is for Windows in stead of IOS

Pros: Light, small, can be use for most of the device (samsung , bell, Sony etc)
I feel satisfy, this product works great, small, light, works fine.You got what you pay for!!!Just when you Use it on iPad will feel a bit weird because most of the key is for Windows in stead of IOS This review was modfied by poster @ 03-29-12 06:57 PM

Review Date: 12/15/11
Cons: Small form take some getting used to with my big clumsy fingers.

Pros: Small, portable, easy to pair with devices. Makes typing on touch screen devices (phones) and non-keyboard devices (PS3) much easier and convenient.
If this doesn't work on your Android phone it is probably because your phone does not have HID drivers installed. Try looking in android phone Market for drivers.Works with my Motorola Spice now - using "BlueInput".Works fine on PS3. Great little keyboard. Love it. This review was modfied by poster t 12-16-11 12:28 AM This review was modfied by poster @ 12-16-11 12:44 AM

Review Date: 11/29/11
Cons: Hard to adjust to a smaller keyboard

Pros: Easy to setupLightweight
I can't take a point away for size, as it is clearly indicated that it is smaller.

Review Date: 10/27/11
Cons: Trouble connecting to some devices

Pros: Connects to PS3 no problemOn/Off switch for power savingsPerfect sizeNon-slip feet on bottom, rests flat
Connected to my PS3 and works great. This connection method has the PS3 show a code that I then type in using the keyboard, hit Enter, and they are synched.Whereas the PS3 provided the code, when I try to connect using my tablet, it sits there waiting for the keyboard to provide a code. Unfortunately, the keyboard doesn't have a code and they cannot connect. Still, this is a shortcoming of the tablet - the keyboard is functioning properly. It just would have been nice if it could have worked as well.
Jason A@NCIX

Review Date: 09/19/11
Cons: Could be smaller

Pros: Portability, 6 BT device memory, small but comfortable to touch type on
This keyboard is small, but still big enough for touch typing. I'd say it's a good compromise between size and usability. They keys are all in the logical place, and the keys do feel like they have some spring to it. Emails and word processing is decently comfortable on this keyboard. Size keep is portable enough to carry with you everywhere. Pairing was simple enough. Turn on, hit connect, and find using the bluetooth program on your computer/phone/game console. NOTE: This keyboard does not come with a bluetooth receiver.

Review Date: 08/10/11
Cons: The size of the keyboard makes typing difficult if you have big hands and would take some getting used to. That's really the only con I can think of but if you're after a bigger Bluetooth keyboard there's dime a dozen out there, tho none have the features this one have. No carrying pouch. =(

Pros: There are many Pros to this keyboard, here are my favorites. The two-tone silver & matte black gives it a high-end executive feel. The size is just a little big shorter than my iPad, making it easy to carry around. The special functions for iPad works great. I especially like the function to show/hide the onscreen keyboard - this is important because I use the onscreen keyboard to input Emoji smileys and other languages. I also like the function to instantly put my iPad into slide show mode, effectively turning it into a digital picture frame with a touch of a button.
I've been using this keyboard for about a week. I travel a lot so this is the keyboard I use primarily with my iPad on the go. The features are very well thought out. I paired my iPad to "1" and my PS3 to "2". It switches between these two devices flawlessly. All of the advertised iPad special functions works flawlessly, including the multimedia keys that navigates the music that I like to play in the background. I really have no complaints and would recommend this keyboard. One thing to watch out for, some Android tablet manufacturers purposely stripped out the Bluetooth HID function which is required for this keyboard to work... Just double check before you buy!
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Mouse Included: No
Palm Rest: N/A
Normal Keys: 80
Power Supply: 2 AAA Batteries
Distance: up to 33ft (10m)
Operating System Supported: Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 or 64bit) or later Mac OS X v10.0, iOS 3.2, Android 3.0 or later
System Requirement: Bluetooth-enabled device with HID profile
Dimensions: 9" x 4.5" x 0.7"

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