For Apple Ipad Air/ Ipad 5 Backlit Keyboard Case Illuminated Keyboard Ultrathin Cover Stand Bluetooth Keyboard

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For Apple iPad Air/ iPad 5 Backlit Keyboard Case Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard Ultrathin Cover Stand Bluetooth Keyboard


Model NumberF5S            
Interface TypeUSB,Bluetooth
BatteryLithium Polymer Battery
Working current2.5-3.0MA
Sleep current<0.2mA
Working voltage3.7V
Uninterrupted use time80 hours
Key life2000 W times
Working day25 days
Working range10M
Package contentkeyboard, USB charging cable,User guide
Product size24.2X17.2X1.7cm
Packaging size24.5X17.5X2cm
Product weight450g
Total weight500g


Main Features:


 . Backlit Ultra Slim Aluminium bluetooth keyboard  for iPad Air 5 

 . Built-in wireless Bluetooth 3.0 keyboard

 . Modern style designed for iPad Air 5    

 . For iPad 5 display stand for easy viewing

 . Built-in Rechargeable lithium battery lasts for approximately 55 hours per charge

 . Special [home] screen key for one touch access to variety of application

 . Light weight, quiet keystrokes, water proof and dust-proof

 . Energy saving keyboard sleep mode

 . Good touch feeling,Perfect for travel,school or any work environment



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2.Metal material, feels good and has a higher impact resistance performance.

3.Multiple color for you choose,and we can design and produce according to your request.


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Q:Dell Inspiron 600m keyboard problems?
Try unplugging the keyboard and plugging it back in. While you had it all apart it may have become unconnected or came loose. If that doesn't work you'll probably need to try a new keyboard. Only $20-30, if the new keyboard doesn't fix it, then it's the connection at the motherboard, might be time for a new one if it is, motherboard replacement can be pricey. Plug a External USB keyboard in for the time being.
Q:i need help with my keyboard?
Reset your computer and reconnect plug of keyboard.
Q:Keyboard structure of desktop PC computer
to achieve the design of non metal screw. So be careful not to break down.
Q:Does the $999 Macbook have a backlite keyboard?
No, okorder
Q:Questions about the electric (piano) keyboard?
I played on an electric piano from when I was 3 to 14 (I'm 15 now) and I got to grade 8 standard in doing so. Mine was about £150 (not sure what that is in dollars) and I got it from a second hand store. They're fine to learn on, but if and when you get a real piano you will feel the difference, mostly in the weight of the keys. I love my new piano, it's so much better than playing on an electric, but I do rate electric pianos very highly, and you can get a beautiful sound from them. Wouldn't recommend using a keyboard, depends on how serious you are about playing/learning. Good luck!
Q:Disconnecting Keyboard?
não sei te responder farias brazil
Q:Whats FN On the Keyboard?
The Fn key is the function key. If you're using a laptop, you may have one. If you take a look at your keyboard, you may notice little numbers or symbols on some of the keys. If you hold the Fn key and then press a key with a symbol or number, something may be entered or changed or something like that.
Q:What are Midi Keyboards?
yes as long as its a decent one, its invaluable btw. A MIDI keyboard is a piano-style digital keyboard device used for sending MIDI signals or commands to other devices connected to the same interface as the keyboard
Q:Keyboard or digital piano?
If you are thinking about playing the piano as a hobby and for enjoyment only, I would get a digital piano with weighted keys; the keys are almost identical to a real piano's, but the sound is electronic. With weighted keys, you'll be able to better develop touch sensitivity and further grasp the feel for dynamics. The downside of digital pianos is that they are more expensive and not very mobile, yet I would still get this as it would last a lifetime and is of substantially better playing quality than a keyboard. But of course, it depends on the context of your use. On the other hand, if you are thinking about seriously studying and exploring the sound and mechanics of a piano, I would definitely get an acoustic piano. An acoustic piano just has that magical sound, that ringing vibration, that brings the music to life. You can't replace the touch or sound of an acoustic piano with an electric one. I would recommend using an acoustic if you are planning on being classically trained.
Q:HP Keyboard with Dell Inspiron?
You will have to methodologically test to verify if it is the keyboard or the adapter that is not working. See if you can plug in the keyboard into a friends desktop (that has ps/2) to test if the keyboard is working fine. Try borrowing a friends ps2 mouse or keyboard that you know is working and and see if the adapter is working okay. You can also try plugging your keyboard and adapter into a another usb port on the same system (plug it in the front instead of the back) Try your both keyboard and adapter on a friend's computer.

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