Lately CNet's Cheapskate has posted deals on this one, and I bit last time. While testing it out my first paragraph started sounding like a review so I just went with it, this is how it came out:
"Ok, touch type is possible. Having the colon/semi and the quotes keys half-size doesn't feel right. Tablet angle needs to be more upright, maybe a lower table? Keys feel just right, no accidental strokes recorded but not too much pressure required. I keep trying to hit the [+/=] key instead of the delete/backspace, and with my typing skills, you better believe I need that key a lot. There is a well-pronounced raised indicator on the [F] and [J] keys so that it's easy to feel when your index fingers are at home position. When using this with a 10" tablet the power buttons and lights are completely obscured by the tablet body. While that's probably not a problem, the caps light is there also, and is therefore completely useless. IMHO the best place for a caps lock light is in the middle of the caps lock key. Ditto number lock, but this keyboard has none that I can see, certainly no numbers on the keys indicating an inset numeric pad. No function keys either, not that I think it needs it; if you need all that, get a full-size desktop keyboard.
One reviewer mentioned that fn-enter works as a "send" key for texting. Gotta like that even if I'll never use it. I can't believe so many people complained that Battop didn't supply a rubber band to hold it closed in transport--I admired the guy who stole a hairband from his wife.
This is as good a Bluetooth keyboard as I've tried, using it with an Asus TF700 with a Marshmallow ROM gives no problems at all."