|MiniSuit is acclaimed to offer all kinds of cases to suit you. This time around, MiniSuit presents a 2-in-1 product: the Bluetooth Sliding Qwerty Keyboard and Case designed exclusively to fit the iPhone 5. The smooth Bluetooth wireless keyboard slides open, allowing more room for that valuable screen space. Keys are raised so that typing can be faster and more accurate. Backlighting illuminates keyboard when typing in dim areas. Now you can answer emails, reply to texts, manage your calendar, and so much more, with more efficiency than ever. Installation of this sleek and lightweight case is an easy snap-on. Case allows access to all ports, buttons, jacks, and camera, while giving your phone ultimate solid and secure feel. Wow friends, family, and coworkers with this groundbreaking Keyboard Case. No other regular case comes close. Take advantage of this special offer from MiniSuit - you'll be glad you did!|
Works very well, wish it pulled out a touch furthe12/20/2012
Works very well, wish it pulled out a touch further, but that is the only thing that could improve
Not so great. Buttons can be softer than this.
Blutooth keyboard iphone 512/17/2012
I bought this as a christmas gift and it was shipped to me in a timely fashion. Don't know how well it works but the appearance looks like it would work well. A lighted keyboard is great and would give more screen space since the keyboard is not on the screen anymore.
easy to use12/17/2012
gave as a gift, she love it. we set it up within 10 minutes. Very happy.
Note, this is a product review, not commentary on Minisuite - they were pretty good. I was very happy to find this - an iPhone 5 keyboard case for only $20! Unfortunately you get what you pay for...here's my personal experience with this. Great concept and a very net feature. It does add some weight and thickness to the phone but not an unreasonable amount. Bluetooth integration works well and the keyboard is responsive. My biggest complaint - the keyboard layout is not well designed and not intuitive. Keys are pushed over to the left to make space for the indicator lights and the arrow keys (which makes no sense). The space bar is too small and to use the numbers or special characters, you have to hold down the function key. Also, backlit keys don't work. Like I say, great concept and probably worth $20 but it ended up worse than the touch keyboard so ended up a waste of money. I will try to return it.