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The Inateck Bluetooth keyboard is a great looking accessory that borrows heavily from from the Apple school of design, white on the front (a black version is also available) with a metallic back for a premium feelling finish. It also features a rounded spine that means the keyboard sits up, rather than flat, and this ..

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Inateck Bluetooth Keyboard

The Inateck Bluetooth keyboard is a great looking accessory that borrows heavily from from the Apple school of design, white on the front (a black version is also available) with a metallic back for a premium feelling finish.

It also features a rounded spine that means the keyboard sits up, rather than flat, and this removes the need for extendable (and potentially breakable) feet that you often find on keyboards.

This is a compact little Bluetooth 3 keyboard that can be used with Apple, Android or Windows products.  Pairing is really easy, just press Fn + C and then search for the keyboard on your device.

It’s a nice addition if you’ve a tablet as it means you have the entire screen to look at, like a monitor, rather than half the screen being taken up by an on screen keyboard.

Inateck Bluetooth Keyboard Dimensions

The main keyboard is a good size and if you’re a fairly speedy typer you won’t have any problems adjusting to the compact design.  There isn’t a number pad, but the numbers do run along the top along with various function keys such as play/pause, and this makes this a nice portable keyboard.

Inateck have chosen to use a built in lithium battery that they claim will last 4 months in standby without charging and which you can expect to be tapping away at for 8 hours of continuous use.  There is an on/off switch on the keyboard, but it also features an automatic sleep mode/wake up function.

When you do need to charge this you just plug the supplied USB cable into the right hand side, a cable is included and it’s the standard type you’ve probably already got with your mobile.

When you consider an Apple bluetooth keyboard can cost upwards of £50 this is a fantastic alternative, selling for just £23.99 (US$26.99) at the time of review.

Available now from Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1bdVyYv and Amazon com: http://amzn.to/1xvvZGN

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Mark Draper A self confessed gadget lover who has a day job at Verastar Ltd and a hobby of writing and filming reviews that are published on YouTube and Reviewify.co.uk. You can find him on and on

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