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Samsung Galaxy Note Plus Freedom Pro Keyboard For Writing Articles

Updated on June 12, 2013
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I have been a chef for the last 10 years but I enjoy writing as a hobby. I really enjoy writing for Hubpages because it is fun

Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung Galaxy Note
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Article writing on the go made easy


In an earlier Hub I showed that with the Samsung Galaxy Note it is possible to partially create a Hubpage. The aim of this Hub is to show that this can be achieved a lot easier if one has access to a Bluetooth keyboard.

I recently picked up a Freedom Pro Bluetooth Keyboard and paired it with my Galaxy Note. This makes writing articles on the go a really easy thing to do. Even with the keyboard I am still unable to type directly into the text capsules on Hubpages but I can still type up all the text I desire and email it to myself like I talked about in my Samsung Galaxy Note Hub.

The Freedom Pro Bluetooth Keyboard is fast and reliable and very easy to set up. It is compatible with nearly all Smart phones and Tablet computers; it is even compatible with some PDA systems. This amazing keyboard is a QWERTY keyboard that has a whole host of shortcut keys and hot keys that can be used to play and pause videos, surf the internet, send texts and emails and even make phone calls.

This keyboard is a great size. It is large enough to tap away at the keys without constantly hitting the wrong keys (which can get very annoying) but is small enough that it can be carried round easily. The Freedom Pro Bluetooth keyboard can be made even more compact as it is able to fold in half therefore you can walk around with a keyboard in your pocket.

Coupling the Freedom Pro Bluetooth Keyboard with the Samsung Galaxy Note means that you can walk around with a fairly powerful computer in your pocket. It is great for me as I am able to write articles on the go. This whole Hub has been written using a Samsung Galaxy Note and a Freedom Pro Bluetooth keyboard whilst on a train. If you write articles to make a little extra cash then using these two items in conjunction with each other is a great way of making money on the go.

One of the nice little accessories that come with the Freedom Pro keyboard is it comes with a stand that is compatible with most smart phones. As I have found out the Freedom Pro keyboard stand fits nicely with the Samsung Galaxy Note.

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    • Silwen profile image

      Silwen 

      6 years ago from Europe

      I am not so amazed of the idea, that the regular laptop can be changes by phone or tablet. These devices are suitable for certain operations, but while writing or doing other work I prefer laptop. I do not have a smartphone, because I do not need it. I use a Samsung mobile phone, which has 2000 mAh battery, so I recharge it once a month. The phone I use only for calls. I like my tablet. It is great interactive thing for reading, playing, using map or other similar stuff, but I would never give away my laptop.

      The article was interesting. I would like to try this combination you suggest, but I am sure, this will not amaze me as much as others.

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