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Stand Alone Keyboard?
I'm looking to purchase a stand-alone keyboard for the Note 12.2. I prefer a stand-alone to a keyboard/case combo; I'll be tugging this tablet along with me to grad school & I want to reserve the keyboard for writing papers (of which I'll be writing oodles).
Is it possible to use any Bluetooth wireless keyboard or do I need one that is Android compatible?
- 05-03-2014, 10:42 PM #2
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Re: Stand Alone Keyboard?
Since you don't want the keyboard/case combination something else to consider is a standard keyboard with the USB adapter plugged into the port on your tablet. That is if you have enough room in your bag. One of the advantages of this is that you will have a better typing experience since you will have so many papers.
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