Friday , May 26 2017

ASUS TransKeyboard: a nifty new keyboard for tablets

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ASUS has just announced a clever new keyboard for your Android tablet called the TransKeyboard. It folds flat when not in use, and is easily popped into a bag for carrying with your tablet, as it’s only one centimetre high when folded and weighs 246 grams.

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When opened it reveals a full 26 cm QWERTY keyboard with wrist rest, and a very neat flexible folding lid that transforms into a structure to support any tablet or phone up to 10″. Magnets hold the folded lid in place, and it connects to your tablet via Bluetooth 3.0.

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The TransKeyboard charges via a standard micro USB port, and the cover is lined with microfibre to prevent scratching your device. Specifications are:

  • Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity
  • Supports Android 4.2 and above plus Windows 8
  • Dimensions – 26(L) x 13(W) x 1(H) cm
  • 246 grams
  • Colour: Black
  • Contents: Quick Start Guide, TransKeyboard, Micro USB cable

There has been no word from ASUS about when it will be available or pricing, but you can have a closer look at the official ASUS TransKeyboard page here.

Interested in a wireless keyboard for your tablet? What do you think of the TransKeyboard? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Android Police.
Via: ASUS.

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So Asus are doing a Windows 8 BT keyboard and not a pure Android one.
Added to that, this keyboard requires Android 4.2 at minimum, saying F-you to Android users running JB 4.1.2 or earlier.
Real nice of them, not.


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