LG Rolly Rollable Portable Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard KBB-700 Reviews
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I have a desktop PC, a laptop, and a smart phone, so I find it difficult to justify buying a tablet.
Most of the time I cope, but I do find it awkward to edit documents on my phone, the keypad takes up too much of the screen.
This portable keyboard is a perfect solution to this problem. It's light enough to carry easily, and when it's rolled up it's easy to slip into a pocket or bag.
Opened up, it's not that much smaller than the keyboard on my laptop, so it's easy enough to use.
The stand positions the phone neatly, the only problem being that it has to be taken out of the case to fit in.
Since there are only four rows of keys, numbers and special characters need two or more keys to access, but everything is reasonably intuitive, so once you are used to it, it's not a problem.
And just in case you are wondering, yes, I did use the keyboard to write this review.
The keyboard unrolls and rolls up in a very pleasing manner, utilising magnets to hold it closed. It is easy to set up and has the nifty function of being able to pair with two devices and switch between the two without turning the Bluetooth off on either device. Once you're familiar with the key functions this is an easy procedure.
The keyboard is fairly comfortable to type on, with decent key travel and feel. It takes a bit of getting used to with all the numbers and most symbols added to the letter keys and accessed via a blue Fn key. This is to be expected since the keyboard is limited to four rows by its roll-up design. If you're using it on a shiny surface it can move around a bit. This is easily rectified by either placing it on a magazine, or, as I have done, cut an oblong of non-slip matting the size of the keyboard. This not only does the trick, but wraps around the closed keyboard when not in use and acts as a protector held in place with a couple of elastic bands. Believe it or not, it is actually rigid enough to work placed on your lap, and does not slide around (depending on the fabric of your trousers/skirt).
All told, this is a very neatly presented little keyboard, functions well and is extremely portable. It doesn't match my Apple keyboard, but is far more portable and only weighs in at 160g. If, like me, you write a lot on the move and don't like using a touch-screen keyboard for extended periods, this is a very useful addition to a smartphone or tablet. As long as you accept the few limitations imposed by the nature of its size, you won't be disappointed.
I have paired this with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and an iPad(3rd gen) and it works perfectly with both.
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