With PlayBook OS 2.0 coming up many of us are trying to ramp up our typing skills on the BlackBerry PlayBook, but now that it will have native email and all that goodness why not pair it with a Bluetooth keyboard to help get the job done even faster? ZAGG has just announced their newest Bluetooth keyboard, the ZAGGkeys FLEX, and what makes this keyboard different from many of their other models is that this is a univeral keyboard and isn't meant for any one specific device, so if you own multiple devices you will be able to take full advantage of this keyboard.
The case that is included with the keyboard ultimately doubles up as a stand for the device of choice when not wrapped around the keyboard keeping it safe while on the go. Generally portable keyboards are either awkwardly shaped or just to small but ZAGG has done a great job with this keyboard, bringing a unit that is 90 percent of the size of a standard keyboard so it remains very easy and comfortable to type on without that annoying learning curve.
One extremely notable feature about the keyboard, besides the size, is the fact that the battery on it only needs to be charged once about every four months. That is some amazing battery life, and you may be wondering how they can do it, and what you will need to do in order to achieve it. Well quiet simply -- nothing. The Flex will automatically go into a standby mode after a few minutes in which it has not been used, and before you fret, all you have to do in order to use it again is hit a key, wait a second and then start typing again. If you are looking for a portable Bluetooth keyboard that does not limit you to use with only one device, you will definitely want to check out the ZAGGkeys FLEX Bluetooth keyboard.
CrackBerry is in no way Affiliated with BlackBerry. We take pride in our unbiased content, however do occasionally receive free products from vendors that we review or discuss. For more info click here.