Friday, 30 May 2014


The Good The Anker TC930 encompasses a nice value compared to the competition, and a slim style that is nearly  as good as more expensive choices.
The bad Lacks extras like auto pairing, and therefore the keyboard simply does not type still as those on higher and costlier accessories.
The Bottom Line you cannot beat the value of Anker's skinny keyboard for the iPad Air, however serious typists should invest in a higher option.

After using one for a short while, the solution is: kinda-sorta. This Anker accent actually looks the half. It's plastic on prime and grey Al below. It's as skinny as Logitech's Ultrathin and even magnetically snaps onto an iPad Air's facet within the same method, resting on prime of the iPad's glass screen as a "cover" of sorts (you'll stillwould like a protective sleeve or cushioned bag). Unsnap your iPad and it slots into a bit groove on top of the keyboard, with a pop-up kickstand behind it for further support.

The Anker TC930 is not the solely budget-priced iPad keyboard accessory out there: I found a TC950 on Amazonthat is a full folio case with clastic keyboard for constant worth. I like this all-in-one slim keyboard style, howeveryou would possibly feel otherwise.

The TC930 charges via Micro-USB and encompasses a very little on/off switch on the facet. The keys ar organizedat round the same size and layout as different keyboards like Logitech's, too. Its range keys double as iOS-specific hotkeys if you at the same time press Fn.

the drawback to the TC930 is -- no surprise -- keyboard quality. The keys feel clackier and cheaper than my favorite Belkin or Logitech cases. And I found that I got a lot of repeating characters when I typed quickly, which made me have to backtrack. It's a mediocre typing experience, and after all, aren't you buying one of these keyboards as a way to write more easily on an iPad?

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