Bluetooth Keyboard For Neocore Tablets

Bluetooth Keyboard For Neocore Tablets. While tablet computers are great and somewhat bridge the gap between desktop PCs and Laptops, one area where they can't compete in their original state is when it comes to typing. As I'm sure you're aware, out the box they have no physical keyboard. And for someone who does a lot of writing work, this hindrance can quickly become a real annoyance. Virtual keyboards, while decent, just can't compete with a real keyboard.

Thankfully, with demand comes a gap in the market to fill. And this hasn't gone unnoticed. As well as there being hundreds of universal external keyboards out there for sale that fit both the full Neocore range, and many other brands including Samsung, Fusion5 and Huawei, there's also a wide range of cable-free keyboards that operate via Bluetooth connection and are really impressive for the price.

Most Bluetooth keyboards are compatible with all the major operating systems (Windows, Android and iOS) and have a built-in rechargeable battery (some even have the option of using AAA batteries). So all you have to do is pair the keyboard to your tablet (basically all tablets made within the last 5 years have Bluetooth) and that's it, you're ready to start typing. Note: Pairing in most cases should be automatic.

Be aware: No external Bluetooth keyboard is perfect, and what you will find when checking the reviews is a high number of positives mixed with some negatives, as is the case with most electrical products these days. Product quality and reliability seem to be the two major let downs for most Bluetooth keyboards. The one consolation is they are cheap to buy, and most come with a warranty (be sure to use a UK based seller), so you won't be too out of pocket if yours does give you any problems.

Some of the universal keyboards offered by TeckNet, ARTECK, OMOTON and JETech are pretty good value for money. But if you want a recommendation it would most probably be to pay that little bit more and go with the Logitech K780 (pictured above). It's very versatile, uses AAA batteries which can last over a year, and comes with a 2 year guarantee. If you want to save some money but stick with Logitech, take a look at the MK270 (QWERTY UK Layout). This isn't a Bluetooth keyboard but is wireless (2.4 GHz) and uses a little USB adapter to wirelessly connect to the keyboard, offering a stable connection. It also comes complete with a mouse as part of a bundle deal. Also worth considering is the Logitech K380.

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