Bluetooth or Wireless Keyboard ?

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Bluetooth or Wireless Keyboard ?

Bluetooth Keyboards

Bluetooth was usually known as a way to share content from one mobile device to another.

But for years it has been used in most newer Laptops, Phones and Tablets. The devices come with built in Bluetooth for convenience.

“But why should I go the Bluetooth path instead of the Wireless one?”

This might be the question you’re asking yourself right about now. Luckily here at SIC-IT we have the answer.

 

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  1. No Lost Dongles

Lets say you quickly need to pop down to an Internet Café/Coffee Shop / Client’s Office and need to take your laptop or tablet with you.

With a Bluetooth keyboard, no worries regarding remembering an extra dongle, you just need your laptop and keyboard and you’re ready to go.

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  1. Compatibility

Bluetooth was made to be a jack-of-all-trades.  You can be sure that if you’re device has built in Bluetooth, the Bluetooth keyboard WILL WORK ON IT.


 

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  1. Multiple Device Usage

The other perk is you can use it across all devices as long as you unpair and pair it correctly. Bluetooth devices are made to ensure that it can work on various different products like Laptops, Computers, Cellphones, Tablets etc.


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While you may still be hesitant to pursue this new technology, it is worth it to mention that bluetooth will be around for a long, long time. Most new products are bluetooth enabled, which means you will most probably be able to use it with most new tech that you buy.

If you’re struggling with your new smartphone, can’t get the typing perfect without autocorrect because of the pesky small, touchscreen buttons? Well, just connect your bluetooth keyboard, and type you WhatsApps with ease.

The possibilities are endless with Bluetooth Keyboards, why not make your life easier today?

Order your Bluetooth Keyboard!

6 Comments
  • Posted at 8:56 am, July 24, 2016

    Hi guys. Do you have a manual or something because I cannot pair your keyboard to my iPad- no pairing burrow or power button?..

  • Posted at 7:58 am, August 15, 2016

    Hi, I’ve just bought one via Takealot – instructions above were printed out and very helpful (thank you). Just not sure how to turn it off to save the battery? The battery cover is not the easiest to remove, so I hope there’s a way to turn it off without removing the battery. Please let me know 🙂 Thanks.

      • Posted at 5:16 am, December 2, 2016

        Pin my tail and call me a doenky, that really helped.

    • Posted at 5:12 am, December 2, 2016

      Articles like these put the consumer in the driver seat-very imtrapont.

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