Between my iPhone 6 Plus and my iPad, I am finding myself using my MacBook less and less, and while I am pretty good at typing on the screen having a keyboard with me is a huge productivity boost. The ZAGG Pocket Keyboard is a great way to do just that. Best of all, it folds up and is tiny!
I’ve tried foldable keyboards before and always been disappointed. Inevitably the offerings weren’t only too small to use comfortably but they were also too flimsy for the type of keyboard-banging typing I do. Not so the ZAGG Pocket. This keyboard is 85% the size of a desktop keyboard and is amazingly solid. It is so solid that, once you begin using it, you will likely forget that it folds up into a package that is just 9” X 2.5” X .5”.
Here’s what ZAGG has to say about it:
The ZAGG Pocket wireless Bluetooth keyboard for iPhone and iPad is the easiest, on-the-go solution to smartphone typing. Delivering over 85% the size of a desktop keyboard, the Pocket maintains fast, natural typing, and then folds into a compact, protective case that easily fits into pockets and purses. And, unlike other folding keyboards, the Pocket folds between lines of keys to preserve comfortable key spacing so you can get more done, naturally.
- The Pocket maintains over 85% the typing space of a desktop keyboard.
- A unique design allows the Pocket to fold into a simple 9” X 2.5” X .5” rectangle
- Strong magnets keep the Pocket folded and help maintain battery life by automatically turning it off when closed.
Add in the fact that the keyboard even has a built-in stand for your smartphone and you have the perfect solution if the iPhone 6 Plus is your only device. Yes, this keyboard lets you travel light AND be super productive. And while it doesn’t have all the specialty keys we see on many keyboards designed for smartphones and tablets, in my use of the ZAGG Pocket I didn’t find myself missing them at all.
Here’s a look on camera:
I loved using the keyboard when I went to Boca Raton Florida last week. It was on my return trip home that I discovered the biggest flaw with this sub-$70 keyboard… it folds up into such a small package that it is… and in my case was… easy to leave behind. I like it enough that I’ll be purchasing one as soon as it is available and in stock. You can learn more here.
Source: Manufacturer supplied sample of the ZAGG Pocket
What I Like: Folds up into a tiny package; Folds out to become a truly useful keyboard; Has smartphone stand build in
What Needs Improvement: Doesn’t ship with a case; Easy to lose