Tuesday, 8 April 2014

You get what you pay for

Bluetooth keyboards are notoriously expensive. I thought this cheapo bluetooth keyboard from "iZound", aimed at the iPad mini, might be bearable. And it could have been. It's just that, who thought it would be a good idea to shift the QWERTY-row one step to the left? Also, as much as I appreciate the scandinavian keys, I'd still think a comma would be more useful as a direct key... And, it appears that the backspace is really a delete key. Uh.

1 comment:

  1. It looks like the manufacturer was inspired by touch screen alike keyboards... Fortunately there are possibilities to shift one keyboard with many others from an online market when we are talking about the ones for touch screen. And unfortunately the one from the picture above it is as it is, no further enhancements, alterations or modifications possible... They could split the last (bottom) row in two and add some useful keys!