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New 7" Inch Black Leather Look Case + USB Keyboard (including Micro USB adapter) With Free Stylus & Stand Feature For Protection Of Your 7" Tablet PC ePad aPad Device

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  • Comes With Free Stylus, Integrated Keyboard, USB Connector & Stand.
  • Compatible With Android 7" Tablet PCs (aPad/ePad). The Perfect Accessory For Your 7" Device.
  • 100% Brand New! Buy With Confidence!
  • Material: High Quality Black PU Material (Leather-Look)
  • UK Based Customer Service Centre
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandTime2®
Item Weight299 g
Product Dimensions22.8 x 14.8 x 4.5 cm
Item model number5079357326496
Colorblack
Screen Size7 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB004OYXMEO
Best Sellers Rank 12,083 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight381 g
Date First Available22 Feb. 2011
  
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Product Description

This keyboard is not compatible with the Blackberry Playbook.

This is a BRAND-NEW Keyboard Case suitable for most 7" Tablet PCs! - The perfect accessory for your 7" device.

A stylish leather-look case with stand, perfect for shielding your new Tablet PC against dust, shocks, bumps, scrapes and scratches from day-to-day use

- The case comes with a fully integrated QWERTY keyboard and a USB connector to plug into your Tablet PC for quick, easy typing

- The keyboard is powered by your tablet (so there is no need to charge the keyboard), this allows you to work on the go, whenever & wherever

- Safely slide your Tablet PC device in and out of your briefcase/handbag or luggage with ease or even carry alone!

- Also allows easy access to all Ports, Hard buttons, speakers and headphone jack

- 7" TABLET PC DEVICE NOT INCLUDED.


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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

549 of 565 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Dec. 2011
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ATTENTION!!! TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE TROUBLE READ THIS!!!
This is an excellent value case and keyboard and looks very smart too.
Most of you who have trouble getting it to work on your tablets are maybe using the wrong type of mini/micro USB adapters!
You can test the keyboard by plugging it to a PC. If it works then is not faulty.
First try connecting other USB devices like a USB flash memory or mouse on your USB adapter to the tablet? If nothing works then you are using the wrong type adapter! You need to try an OTG mini/micro USB B-type (depending on the tablet) with Pin#4 connected adapter cable. A USB OTG= On The Go specification have pin#4 connected (Active) on the mini/micro USB plug (Usually not connected on standard mini USB plug spec) and that is the key. You must ask the sellers of these adapters to confirm this however I found it really difficult as most sellers don't have a clue about this! Also beware that they can specify OTG Host adapter in their description but it is not! You must confirm that pin#4 is connected on the mini or micro USB plug of the adapter.
After finally getting the right mini USB OTG adapter it worked great on my Storage Options Scroll 7" Android 2.3.3 tablet. Also USB mouse, flash memory, external hard drives work too.
The tablet slipping issue is easily sorted with a piece of Velcro tape on the back. The only issue is the keyboard can scratch the screen while closed so I recommend using a piece of soft cloth between them.

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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Martha H on 30 May 2011
Does exactly what it says, a usable keyboard even for someone like me with thick fingers, makes making notes and typing documents on the go a lot easier.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Abbyc89 on 21 Jun. 2011
Very happy with the product, seen alot of them on the internet ranging from £30-£40 but this is just as good at a fairer price.
Was so happy with it I've ordered another one for my mum!
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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Martin Jourdain on 6 Jun. 2011
Bought this to go with a Tabtech 7" Android pad (http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004RAN7VI/ref=oss_product). Works perfectly well, keeps the pad safe and secure and makes typing long emails/documents much easier than the touch screen keypad. Can't fault it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jayne Crean on 26 Jun. 2011
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Tablet PCs are good little devices but prone to damage and abuse.

Like mobile phones, they are also a pain to use to do any real typing.

This case and the keyboard solve most of those issues.

The only, minus one star, downside is that the keyboard uses up the USB port which is where you would attach extra memory... I edit my tome-sized biography, chapter by chapter now :)
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 2 Jun. 2011
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I really like this product as it has turned a little Android into a usable tiny laptop. Would recommend it to anyone who prefers to type in their instructions.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dickie Fix on 17 Sept. 2012
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I already have a case for my Nexus 7 and all I wanted a small keyboard to make typing the occasional email easier.

The keyboard looks good quality, is plug n play and works well; however, an adaptor is required to convert the full-size USB plug to micro USB before you can use it on the Nexus. Shame that it doesn't come with a micro USB plug and a shorter cable as standard as it would look neater and be a proper solution. I use this adaptor :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0087ARREW/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00

which is meets the OTG (On The Go) standard and works. All the standard keyboard keys work as expected, though I haven't tried all the function keys yet. The only one that doesn't work so far is the sleep key (Fn + Zzz). The caps lock and num lock LEDs are a nice touch, but I no idea what the 3rd LED is for.

In my view, the keyboard is let down by its case. Its black leatherette plastic is functional and on the thin side while the contrasting white stitching adds a bit of detailing. The top and bottom plastic clips hold the Nexus firmly in place, but there is nothing on the sides to stop the Nexus sliding out unexpectedly when you're carrying it. Also the resistive stylus that comes with case doesn't work with the Nexus which needs a capacitive stylus. On the plus side, there is an elasticated stand on the rear of the case and the case is held closed with a magnetic flap.

In sum, if you want a keyboard for your Nexus, this is brilliant value for money, but you may not wish to use the case for what it was designed for.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pitmonster on 25 Jun. 2012
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A nice little keyboard, perfect for most 7" Android tablets.

Works perfectly with my NATPC M009S.

Plugged right in (via a USB converter) and I was typing straight away. No need for drivers etc, it just works in any app.

Accuracy is limited by your own fingers - it takes a little time to get used to the smaller size but that's the way it is with any small keyboard.

You can navigate around with the arrow keys, and can copy & paste with ctrl-C and ctrl-V. The touch screen on your tablet still works as normal.

Because the keyboard connects via USB, it does not need batteries.

The integrated rear stand is simple but works very well, and the clasp folds round and secures by magnet so it doesn't get in the way while typing.

Things to note:
* When the keyboard is in the normal (landscape) position for typing, there are no sides to hold the tablet in place. Be careful that your tablet does not slip out when caryying around.

* The stylus is for Resitive touch screens only (the cheaper, older kind). It does not work on Capactive touch screens

But what can you argue with, at this price?
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