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Pros: * Light and responsive keyboard
* Light indicator for sync
* Uses AA batteries, so rechargable use is possible
* Can handle fast typist
Cons: * No hard case to transport keyboard with Nexus 7 folio case
* Occasionally, the keyboard and Nexus 7 seem to just lockup with typing or navigating fast. Not sure if it is a problem with Nexus 7 or keyboard. After a minute, the keyboard and Nexus 7 would magically unlock and become usable again.
Pros: * Bluetooth keyboard works well with Nexus 7 FHD.
* Pairing was fast.
* Typing was OK for even a fast typist.
* Can "unblank" the Nexus 7 without the need to touch the power button on the Nexus 7 when it is in sleep mode.
* Uses AA batteries and has on-off button with power save mode when not in use (and on)
Cons: * If typing too fast, the keyboard "locks up" and you have to wait a minute for it to catch up. This occurs periodically, and not sure if it is a Nexus 7 or an actual keyboard issue.
* Need hard carrying case so that the buttons are not continuously pressed when being transported with the Nexu 7
Other Thoughts: The keyboard supports both PC and Mac OS X functions, but it works when with Android 4.3. I am also able to use it with Splashtop, which is a remote control utility for Windows laptop. So I am able to remotely access my Windows 7 laptop using Splashtop Remote, and this keyboard greatly assists in its support for CTRL and other function keys.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: * Compact size
* Uses AAA batteries instead of built-in battery, so replaceable.
* Keyboard seams to be able to handle rapid typing.
* Price for the keyboard seems to be very competitive.
* Bluetooth wireless support.
* Has basic arrow keys (up, down, left, right), which can be used for screen cursor navigation, screen selection, etc.
Cons: * Cannot be folded, and it is wider than the Nexus 7 (in landscape mode)
Other Thoughts: Highly recommended for portable keyboard needs.READ FULL REVIEW