OMOTON Cable-Free Optimized Bluetooth Keyboard

Last updated: February 8, 2024

This Bluetooth keyboard is equipped with a stable scissor mechanism that makes pressing each key as comfortable as possible. It's compatible with iPads, iPhones and Bluetooth-enabled devices and has an astounding reach of up to 32 feet. Even with continuous use, you'll only need to replace the batteries in this keyboard twice per year.

We looked at the top Bluetooth Keyboards and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Bluetooth Keyboard you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: You'll be able to use this Bluetooth keyboard without replacing the batteries for as long as six months.

In our analysis of 39 expert reviews, the OMOTON Cable-Free Optimized Bluetooth Keyboard placed 4th when we looked at the top 19 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Compatible with iPads, iPhones and Bluetooth-enabled Tablets, Laptops, and Mobile Phones, such as Apple New iPad 9.7 Inch 2018. Reliable 30 feet wireless connection to your compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices. Small enough to put into your suitcase; very easy for carrying.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Quality build despite being an inexpensive keyboard. The keyboard runs on 2 AAA batteries. After 10 mins of inactivity, the keyboard will go into power-save mode to conserve battery power. The keyboard is equipped with many iOS shortcuts. Found the keys to be highly responsive.
Quite thin and light so you can easily stuff it into a computer bag or backpack along with your tablet or laptop.
This keyboard is perfect for frequent travelers and those who want to type more comfortably on the go.

What reviewers didn't like

We would have liked to see backlit keys in this model.
OMOTON seemingly had iOS in mind when it designed this keyboard, but it should work with MacOS, Windows, and Android. Longevity for future updates, however, is questionable.
The Omoton Ultraslim Bluetooth Keyboard has keys that feel a tad too big, and in our use, we found that we hit the edges of other keys as our fingers moved across the keyboard. It can’t connect and switch between multiple Bluetooth-enabled devices, either. Worse still, the Omoton keyboard requires two AA batteries, for only 30 days of continuous use, and it doesn’t include the batteries.
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