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Bluetooth 3.0 keyboards for iPad breach mainstream

 

Suppliers match the trend for enhanced data rate and lower power consumption.

 

TOP TRENDS

 

  • Bluetooth 3.0 taking the mainstream: Bluetooth keyboards dominate the selection in China. Units based on the 3.0 specification are expected to overtake the earlier standard this year because of advantages in terms of enhanced data rate and lower power consumption. Makers also offer wired configurations.
  • Greater compatibility stressed: Suppliers highlight models that can be used with various Bluetooth-enabled devices running on iOS, Android, Mac or Windows OS. These terminal products include the iPhone, iPod, smartphones, and other tablet, notebook and desktop PCs.
  • Add-ons: For better portability and functionality, units usually come with a protective case, which doubles as a stand. Some releases integrate power banks.
  • Price outlook: Quotes are anticipated to decrease in coming months amid falling chipset costs and intense competition. The reduction, however, will be limited to 5 percent due to climbing labor outlay and the appreciating yuan.


Keyboards for iPad

 


 Keyboard for iPad

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Shenzhen Bells Electronics Co. Ltd
Model: BK6089BA
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 2.0; iOS, Windows OS; Micro-USB 2.0 port; 10m range; Li-polymer battery

 Keyboard for iPad

Shenzhen Bolton Technology Developing Co. Ltd
Model: BT-K009
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 2.0; for iPhone, Galaxy Tab, Xoom

 Keyboard for iPad

Shenzhen Huentai Global Technology Co. Ltd
Model: HTKB0031
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 3.0; Android, iOS, Windows OS

 Keyboard for iPad

Shenzhen North Technology Co. Ltd
Model: BK02
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 2.0; Micro-USB port; 10m range; built-in 700mAh Li-polymer battery, solar power

 Keyboard for iPad

Star Technology Industrial Co. Ltd
Model: ST-BK03
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 3.0; stand; built-in Li-ion battery; aluminum; CE, RoHS

 Keyboard for iPad

Zoweetek Electronics Ltd
Model: ZW-53001BT
Description: Wireless type; Bluetooth 3.0; USB 2.0 port; for iPhone, other smartphones; built-in Li-ion battery


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All price quotes in this report are in US dollars unless otherwise specified. FOB prices were provided by the companies interviewed only as reference prices at the time of interview and may have changed.

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