Oh sure, you can use a keyboard with a leash, tying it to your Windows PC, Mac system or Linux device, but what if you also want to use it with your Android or iOS tablet? And use it with your smartphone for data entry on rare occasions too? All the same keyboard? What the heck kind of connection do you need in that case??
What you need is a bluetooth keyboard, one that frees you up from the tyranny of the USB wire and lets you use it with any device that supports Bluetooth (which is pretty much everything you want to enter data on, whether it’s an Intel ComputeStick, an iPad Mini, the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, a Windows server or even an iMac).
Most bluetooth keyboards are constrained to only be able to pair with a single device at a time, however, which is a pain. It leaves you having to unpair it from one device before you can pair it with another, which is even more hassle. Yikes!
Enter the slick Matias Wireless Bluetooth Aluminum Keyboard, which can pair with up to four devices simultaneously. My video review:
In fact, this review was written on the Matias Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard. And it was a very pleasant experience!
Pick up a Matias Wireless Aluminum Bluetooth Keyboard for yourself at Amazon.com for only $105 in one of four different colors.