Easy to use
Tablets are great, unless you actually need to get some work done, when you soon discover that typing on a touchscreen is a bit like eating with chopsticks - it can be done, but there's an art to it. The Cooper Touchpad takes the frustration out of drafting text and keeps the screen smudge-free thanks to its fully functional touchpad. And the ultra-slim keyboard can be removed from the attractive, businesslike case for when you want to leave the office behind. It also comes with a mouse touchpad for easy navigation that will work great with Android and Windows tablets (but not so much with Apple, who don’t play nice with other people's mice).
The Cooper Touchpad is modeled after the Executive Keyboard portfolio, which aims to bring the traditional typing experience back for tablet users. This mobile office is easy to carry around weighing in at just 297g/10.4oz (the rough equivalent of two iPhones). It comes with a Bluetooth connected, magnetically secured keyboard that also lets you roam in a 10m radius and has four stretchy claws that neatly secure any tablet type thinner than 0.4" and leave all buttons or ports fully accessible.
Rated 3 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5
Nice design, holds iPad securely. I was disappointed to find out that the track pad does not work with IOS even though an iPad is shown on the product carton! Ugh!
Once it was opened I noticed the colour was not quite the purple I ordered. It is more of a burgundy. There were white flecks on the interior felt, a gummy spot on the stand. But the cover works, the magnets are perfectly strong and I like to product.
Good case and keyboard work perfect.
Picked this up to enhance the functionality of the surprisingly decent Kindle Fire 10. The tablet fits snugly with the corner elastic clips, hopefully the elastic bands hold up. The tablet is easy to remove as is the magnetically attached keyboard. Open sides allow access for power without removing the tablet. Even though the keyboards thickness is about 3/8" it feels quite substantial when mounted in the case. The keys have the right amount of resistance to the touch and return as well as any decent keyboard. The touch pad is a little too responsive for my taste, once I get used to it everything should be OK. This is my first experience with pairing bluetooth devices and it couldnt have been easier. The keyboards battery was fully charged and the whole process took less than 5 minutes. The only real downside is the fold out support. No adjustment to the viewing angle and hard to use while on my lap. The cover material is faux leather, well see how it last over time. The magnetic attraction is weak on the closing strap that keeps the folio folded, definitely a major problem. An elastic loop or some other way of holding a stylus would be a nice feature. The Cooper tablet case with a touch pad keyboard has a few problems, buy is otherwise a good purchase. I recommend this product