Android Bluetooth Tablet Keyboards: Get in Touch With Your Inner Typist

At a Glance

The slim Toshiba tablet keyboard is the most portable of the bunch, if you don’t mind using a flat keyboard and having to deal with an extra cable for charging.

Price when rated: 69.99

Pros

  • Solid build
  • Lightweight
  • Slim

Cons

  • Flat keyboard deck
  • Requires USB cable for charging
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At a Glance

Sony's keyboard is on the high end pricewise, but it offers comfortable full-size typing plus some Android-specific function keys.

Price when rated: $69.99

Pros

  • Comfortable typing
  • Good feedback
  • Full-size keys

Cons

  • Android function buttons are hard to press
  • Expensive
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At a Glance

Acer’s inexpensive tablet keyboard is light and easy to travel with, yet it still provides keys with satisfactory response and a good tilt.

Price when rated: $45.99

Pros

  • Uses standard AAA batteries
  • Good tilt
  • Inexpensive

Cons

  • Rattles
  • Cheap build
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At a Glance

It may be pricey, but the Samsung Bluetooth keyboard case provides protection, a stand, and a keyboard all in one package.

Price when rated: $149.99

Pros

  • Full case provides protection and a stand
  • USB cable required for charging
  • Very slim

Cons

  • Very flat keyboard deck
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At a Glance

Motorola’s keyboard is full size and well priced, but the quality and feedback of the keys are lacking.

Price when rated: $39.99

Pros

  • Uses regular AA batteries
  • Full-size keys

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Weak feedback
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