2011 Tablet PC Back to School Guide: Wireless Keyboards

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Well everyone the time has come to wrap up our 2011 Tablet PC Back to School Guide. It’s not over just yet though and of course this series just wouldn’t be complete without a list of some of the best Bluetooth keyboards available for your tablet PC.

Not that there’s anything wrong with virtual keyboards that tablet PCs have, in fact that’s part of what makes such devices modern and unique. Regardless, there are times when a traditional keyboard just makes more sense especially when you need to type long notes, emails or essays for school.


Wireless Keyboards For Back 2 School

Tablet PC wireless keyboard from Verbatim
[/one_third] [two_third_last]Verbatim 97537 Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard
Key Features
Here’s a nifty little fold-up style Bluetooth keyboard for your tablet PC. It’s on sale right now for over $20 off the original price too which is perfect timing for back to school. It also works well and is compatible with all tablet computers.
Was $79.99 now only $57.15 on Amazon[/two_third_last]

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Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2
The perfect keyboard and case combo for your iPad 2 tablet.
$99.99 on Amazon


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Super Slim Bluetooth Keyboard
An ultra slim, highly portable and affordable Bluetooth keyboard!
$35.00 on Brando


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Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard
Save over %50 right now on this sleek and slim Bluetooth keyboard.
$43.65 on Amazon


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Targus Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
A Bluetooth keyboard for your tablet PC that also has smart keys.
$44.99 on Amazon


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Galaxy Tab 10.1 Keyboard Dock
A perfect keyboard dock for your Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
$69.73 on Amazon


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Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0
Yet another gem of a product from the one and only Logitech.
$61.90 on Amazon


Things to Consider When Buying a Bluetooth Keyboard

Here’s a list of a few things to keep in mind when investing in a wireless Bluetooth keyboard for your touch screen tablet. This list is not in any order of priority or importance.


  • Price
  • Durability
  • Compatibility
  • Trusted Vendors
  • Good Reviews


Speaking of reviews, here’s a few useful links to trusted reviews for the items mentioned above. They are all from well known industry experts and their reviews might very well help you decide which Bluetooth keyboard for your tablet computer is best for you.


Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]I think Verbatim has struck a good balance between usability and portability with their Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard[/blockquote]

Andrew Liszewski from OhGizmo!

Source: Verbatim Bluetooth Keyboard review


Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2 Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]Unlike some cases we’ve tried before, the keyboard employed here is an honest-to-goodness “real” keyboard[/blockquote]

Scott Stein from CNET.com

Source: Logitech Keyboard/Case for iPad 2 CNet Review


Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard 6000 Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]We love the convenience of having a number pad when we needed it… it’s a winner for its comfort design, good looks, and portability[/blockquote]

Susie Ochs from Mac Life

Source: Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 Review


Targus Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]Despite the slight compression of keys I was able to type so much faster than I was on the touch screen[/blockquote]

Justin Germino from Dragon Blogger

Source: Review of Targus Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for iPad 2


Galaxy Tab 10.1 Keyboard Dock Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]…a sturdy, reasonably weighty keypad that has a slot and connector just begging to be coupled with the new Tab[/blockquote]

Rik Henderson from Pocket Lint

Source: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Keyboard Dock hands-on


Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0 Reviews

[blockquote color=’#0088cc’]Thanks to the familiar layout and size, the keyboard is just as easy to type on as a desktop model.[/blockquote]

K. T. Bradford from Gotta Be Mobile

Source: Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android and iPad Review

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