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Can't imagine why it wouldn't work:-)
By Amazon Customer on 11 March 2014
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may do it ha a key to switch to windows mode, bluetooth connection is very simple, good battery life
By M. Osmond-davis on 21 August 2014
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I suspect it all depends on what device you are using it with. On my Google Nexus 7 (older model), for the missing pound sign, it is possible to set up the tablet to use two (or presumably more) different keyboard layouts:
Go to Settings, Language & input, Default, Set up input methods. Then select Physical keyboard,… see more
I suspect it all depends on what device you are using it with. On my Google Nexus 7 (older model), for the missing pound sign, it is possible to set up the tablet to use two (or presumably more) different keyboard layouts:
Go to Settings, Language & input, Default, Set up input methods. Then select Physical keyboard, Anker, Setup keyboard layouts: from the list, select both English (UK) and English (US) International. After exiting Settings, use Ctrl-Space to swap between the two keyboard layouts as necessary.
For the record, on my Nexus 7, the UK layout makes the following changes:
shift-2 = double quotes "
shift-3 = pound sign £
Other keys changed are:
keyboard double quotes = at sign @
backslash = hash #
pipe = tilde ~
tilde key = not sign ¬
there is no backslash on the UK layout.
So, it is a bit of a compromise, in that some keys no longer do what the keycap says, but it does, on my device, give me the pound sign. Hope this helps see less
I suspect it all depends on what device you are using it with. On my Google Nexus 7 (older model), for the missing pound sign, it is possible to set up the tablet to use two (or presumably more) different keyboard layouts:
Go to Settings, Language & input, Default, Set up input methods. Then select Physical keyboard, Anker, Setup keyboard layouts: from the list, select both English (UK) and English (US) International. After exiting Settings, use Ctrl-Space to swap between the two keyboard layouts as necessary.
For the record, on my Nexus 7, the UK layout makes the following changes:
shift-2 = double quotes "
shift-3 = pound sign £
Other keys changed are:
keyboard double quotes = at sign @
backslash = hash #
pipe = tilde ~
tilde key = not sign ¬
there is no backslash on the UK layout.
So, it is a bit of a compromise, in that some keys no longer do what the keycap says, but it does, on my device, give me the pound sign. Hope this helps

By Amazon Customer on 14 October 2014
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I'm not sure, I haven't had a need for one yet. You may be able to use a wireless mouse, but not sure if you can use two bluetooth devices at once.
By aislingeach on 05 January 2015
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Yes I am sure it does through Bluetooth.
By Ben H on 11 November 2014
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I use the keyboard with an iPad but it would be the Bluetooth that would need to be compatible. All the keys work as a standard qwerty keyboard, it's some of the short cuts you are used to using that are not usable on tablets and iPads
By MA on 09 August 2014
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Im not sure about the autosleep but connection is good and no you do not need to reconnect just plug in and it works immediately. Was very good apart from the layout.
By Wini on 02 December 2014
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I use it with my Ipad...So I guess so..
By Elisa on 15 September 2015
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I don't have a OTG cable handy (or micro-micro cable) so checked it on a Windows XP desktop and it wasn't 'seen' at all (not even the usual 'bleep blop' you get when plugging in a device). Of course a tablet/phone is very different from a desktop computer so you may have more luck.
By ComputerSteve on 30 October 2014