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Impecca bamboo Bluetooth keyboard: A great holiday gift that may come to your rescue!

Updated on December 18, 2015

Impecca bamboo Bluetooth keyboard

Impecca Compact Bluetooth Wireless Bamboo Keyboard

In law school, we used to speak of generic products as "widgets". In the movie Office Space, actor Stephen Root's "Milton" character portrayed a sort of generic Everyman worker bee who evoked pity.

None of us like to think of ourselves that way! Impecca has green, textural, sensuous products for our tech devices. I was happy to be hosted to experience it!

Bamboo is both light and durable. That's one of the reasons why it makes such a fantastic material for a portable keyboard; many Impecca varieties are hand-carved, designer.

The product has a lithium-ion battery that lasts up to 30 days on a single charge, so it will most likely to be ready as soon as you need it, or within a couple of hours.

The keys are smooth and the touch is easy on the arm muscles.

First, I tried it with a laptop, as a substitute keyboard. Now, they don't claim it works with laptops and it didn't connect with mine. I had an old laptop that wasn't Bluetooth-enabled, so I got a cheap USB adapter. Still, no go.

Then, I connected it to my iPhone, to make my typing easier. That worked! Plus, unlike some traditional plastic keyboards, it doesn't have a bunch of parts that can get loose or go missing.

Why does a Bluetooth keyboard make a great holiday gift?

Even if you don't use a Bluetooth keyboard all of the time, it may just about save your life in an emergency situation! These tech accessories, for those who aren't on the cutting edge of things, are wireless separate ways of typing on your smart phone, tablet, etc. You may be wondering, "If devices have built-in keyboards, why would I want a Bluetooth?" There are several reasons:

  • Those keys are tiny! Your pudgy little digits may have trouble accurately pressing the correct letters and numbers. Your eyes may have even more trouble seeing them. If you have loved ones who are getting older, this is a good option for them or an emergency backup for them.
  • A regular sized keyboard will make typing go faster for you, as your two hands are more used to the keystrokes.
  • Without a device's keyboard, you can use more of the screen to see what you're typing.

Recently (and not for the first time, either), my laptop and its elaborate email system was on the fritz for days. Everything had to be done on my smartphone and I'm no tween with the dueling thumbs going. That wasn't going to work for but a few hours . . . I had important emails and other forms to fill out. Lots of money was on the line. Having a Bluetooth keyboard in your home office supply closet may save you, too!


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