Verbatim Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard, tiny, incomplete and overrated

Analysis of the market of compact keyboards and keyboards-folders showed that there is no decent keyboard for iPad.

However, the new ultra-thin Bluetooth keyboard from Verbatim has its arguments. It’s a regular keyboard in its class: small, lightweight, battery-powered and with a good Bluetooth connection to your iPad or iPhone.

Verbatim Ultra-Slim is probably the thinnest and lightest (195.6 grams) Bluetooth keyboard on the market today. The Ultra-Slim is certainly the right device for Mac, iPhone, and iPad, but no matter how much effort has been put into it, it’s not comfortable to use.

The Apple Wireless Keyboard is more practical than the Verbatim Ultra-Slim. It will last flawlessly for years to come. In addition, the Apple Wireless Keyboard is iPad-compatible and lets you type quickly and accurately.

The Apple Wireless Keyboard is compact enough to take with you on the go. It’s just 28 centimeters wide and 12 centimeters deep, which is slightly larger than the Verbatim Ultra-Slim, which is 21.6 centimeters wide and 11.43 centimeters deep.

There is no key spacing on the Verbatim keyboard, which means that two or more keys can be accidentally pressed at the same time. While the Apple keyboard has the perfect key spacing, the keys are horizontal and vertical.

The number of keys on the Verbatim Ultra-Slim and Apple Wireless Keyboards is approximately the same.

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