RAM-KEY1-BT

RAM Mount Bluetooth Keyboard

RAM Mount Bluetooth Keyboard

Description

The RAM Mount Bluetooth Keyboard is an efficient and comfortable way to use a tablet for data entry.

Features

  • Compatible With RAM Keyboard Adapter With Roto-View
  • Wireless Bluetooth 3.0 Keyboard
  • Compatible With All Versions Of iPads/iPhones, Android Tablets, MAC, and PC
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$31.49
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Bluetooth Keyboard


More and more people are switching to iPads and tablets as their primary computing device. Tablets are great for their ease of use and portability but still fall short of laptops in certain situations. A downfall for the tablet is the inability to efficiently enter data using the touch screen. Now RAM offers an affordable Bluetooth keyboard that can be used with any iPad or tablet for efficient and comfortable data entry. Pair this Bluetooth keyboard with the RAM Tablet Keyboard Adapter with Roto-View and you have the ultimate solution for your business or personal use. The keyboard attaches magnetically to the RAM Keyboard Adapter allowing for quick and easy removal and replacement.

Features:

  • Plug and play technology ensures quick and easy set up
  • 1 year warranty

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Bluetooth Keyboard RAM-KEY1-BT Bluetooth Keyboard
$31.49
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Keyboard Accessory for Tablets with Roto-View RAP-TAB-KEY1-300U Keyboard Accessory for Tablets with Roto-View
$53.99
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