I’m typing this review on my iPhone 6s using a small, thin, foldable keyboard: the iClever Foldable Bluetooth Ultra-Slim Mini Wireless Keyboard (whew, that’s a long name). It’s an impressive engineering marvel that definitely works but does have a few drawbacks.
But first, the good news. This keyboard is small. True, that could be considered a drawback as well, but a person interested in buying a keyboard like this is looking for something compact. And while I’ve tested several small, travel-friendly keyboards in the last few years, I’ve never run into one this small.
Even though it is small, thanks to the fact that it can fold up, it’s still usable. The keys are actually fairly large and are satisfying to press.
But as a person used to typing on an Apple wireless keyboard, I’ve had a very hard time getting used to this keyboard. The more I use it, the better I get at using it, but I’d say there’s definitely going to be a period of adjustment for new users.
For one thing, it drives me nuts that the backspace key is so tiny. I’m always hitting the back slash key instead as that is the position of it on the aforementioned Mac keyboard I am used to. I’m also always constantly mis-typing as the keys aren’t centered like they are on my ...