Improve Your Productivity With These Bluetooth Keyboards for Android
Typing on a virtual keyboard may be quick and useful, but some days you just can't beat the feel of a tangible, portable Bluetooth keyboard. Especially with an Android phone, considering the wide array of different keyboards to choose from. We've rounded up three of the better ones out there for your perusal. Just don't blame us if you spend a little too much money procuring the best keyboard you can for your device!
At $80, this is a bit of a pricey option, but it's a gorgeous and svelte device that's every bit worth the purchase price. Ignoring its looks entirely, the fact that you can use it with up to three different devices simultaneously is an enormous boon, especially if you happen to use a lot of different ones at once. You can set up the button you want to use to do so. Like Mac keyboards, this one is illuminated as well, backlit for optimal reading and writing in the dark, but these lights automatically turn off and on. In addition, it can last up to five days with heavy usage, rechargeable via Micro USB. If you've got the extra cash, this is definitely a great buy, especially if writing is your thing.
The budget choice
ZAGG's convertible keyboard is for mobile usage only, but it's still a great option if you want something smaller to carry around with your phone or tablet. It's a lot smaller than the Logitech keyboard, but if you're already using a mobile device, a larger keyboard probably isn't on your radar anyway. It's got plenty of options, despite having slightly cramped keys, and it's sturdy and reliable. It's built well, so if you're sick of hunting and pecking on your tablet and need to tickle the old black and white keys (we don't mean a piano, of course) then this is something you'll want to look into, especially at about half the price of the Logitech keyboard.
Broke as a joke
Anker's $20 keyboard is surprisingly versatile, with key presses that feel natural and plenty of space whether you're using it to write your next best-seller or cutting up with your friends via text. Simply looking for a keyboard with no frills? Realizing it doesn't really matter what kind of equipment you have, as long as it gets the job done? This keyboard should do you just fine. It feels a little less luxurious than what you may be used to, but it should still do the trick. Plus, you won't be breaking the bank. In fact, you can take the money you're saving from spending less on it and apply that toward future tech purchases! Genius, right?
Which Bluetooth keyboards are your favorites? Do you have a specific brand you gravitate toward? Let us know in the comments below!