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All the typical features you'd need from a standard desktop keyboard can be found on this one.
I decided to take a different approach, you may be wondering, why are you reviewing a desktop/laptop keyboard on an Android blog... OTG. USB On-The-Go, many devices support this connection method. As you can see in the picture above, the dongle connects via a Female to MicroUSB cable which will then be plugged into my smartphone or tablet (in this example it's an Xperia Z2).
If you take the time to watch the video below, you'll see exactly how it works.
The keyboard as you can see is pretty slim and using it is very easy. If you've used a laptop before, you'll feel right at home. The press of the keys feels light, but with a nice spring push back that you'd expect. Anker sells them for 19,99$ on Amazon and I think it's a fair price.
The only downfall with this, I would of like to have a mouse/keyboard combo instead. I think it would of made a better addition to any system.
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