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Anker Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS, Windows, Android

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Product Description

Tired of tapping away at your screen to type? Now, there's a more comfortable solution that pairs across devices. Lightweight, compact, and more functional than ever, Anker's Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard gives you the feeling of writing at a desk, no matter where you are.

Have keyboard, will travel.

We couldn't have made this any smaller if we tried. At 6 ounces and less than a quarter of an inch thick, the Anker Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard requires little space in your bag, allowing for more usage on-the-go. Built out of durable aluminum and plastic, it's prepared to take whatever you've got to throw its way.

All devices, any location.

Pair up with Windows, iOS, or Android at the touch of a button. Whether you're trying to squeeze in a bit of work on your iPad, shoot out a quick e-mail from your phone, or control your computer from the sofa, Anker's got you covered. For those looking for convenience, the search is over.

No expense to functionality.

Not only is the Anker Ultra-Slim Wireless Keyboard modest in size, it also boasts a wide range of features. Enjoy access to all of the functions you've come to expect, plus a few more: volume and brightness adjustment, audio track control, mailbox and browser launching - and that's not all. In short, we've sacrificed nothing by paring down.


1. This keyboard doesn't support the Win 8 Mobile.
2. For Android 4.4 users: The Caps Lock indicator will NOT light, but will still function normally.

Customer Reviews

  • Five StarsVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® T320 Ultrathin (4mm) Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS (iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 2 / 3 / 4), Windows and Android 3.0 and above OS with Built
  • My boss loves it!
  • 2014-07-30

dc in nyc
  • great keyboardVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® T320 Ultrathin (4mm) Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS (iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 2 / 3 / 4), Windows and Android 3.0 and above OS with B
  • just th perfect lightweight, comfortable to use and type on bluetoth keyboard. the last one i will buy for a long time. totally highly recommend
  • 2014-07-29

  • Great keyboard, but there are some flawsVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® T320 Ultrathin (4mm) Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS (iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 2 / 3 / 4), Windows and Andro
  • I bought this for my Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. I have been using this for a few months, and this is an excellent product. It's light, durable, and, of course, looks great.Its keys have decent pressure for comfortable typing. Also, if you are worrying about the key size, don't worry. Although its size is a bit smaller than the standard size, you won't feel much difference between your standard laptop keyboard and this one, unless you have very big hand. I was able to use this right away with no adaptation process.However, there are some flaws that bug me while I am using the product. (1st and 2nd are malfunctions and the last one is a design flaw): First, "b" key does not work properly. I have to press harder to get the device recognize my input, and it often recognize the single input doubled. (Instead of showing one "b," it shows "bb.") Second, some other keys also have the same double input problem. But fortunately, unlike the "b" key, it rarely happens. Last, the function (Fn) key's position could have been changed with the control key. I often pressed Fn key instead of control key when I use combination keys such as ctrl+c/v. I had to look at the keyboard in order to press the right key.Other than these cons above, it is a nice portable keyboard.*This review was written with Anker T320 Ultrathin Wireless Bluetooth keyboard.
  • 2014-07-29

Lili Train
  • Does what it's supposed toVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® T320 Ultrathin (4mm) Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS (iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 2 / 3 / 4), Windows and Android 3.0 and abo
  • Lightweight and performs as needed. The right shift key took some getting used to as it is further away than my usual keyboard but I do like having the up,down, left, right keys. I had no problems connecting and glad I purchased this keyboard instead of one of the more expensive ones.
  • 2014-07-28

Stacy Lieder
  • Great keyboard to use for mobile workVerified PurchaseThis review is from: Anker® T320 Ultrathin (4mm) Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS (iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 2 / 3 / 4), Windows and Android
  • I got this keyboard to work with my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7", so that I could do more heavy-duty mobile work, such as email and such. I bought this one specifically because of the built in rechargeable lithium battery, and because I have been impressed with Anker branded items I have bought in the past.First impressions:- It came with a Micro USB cable, and it charged up very quickly. It paired quickly and easily with my tablet.- It did not come with a protective sleeve.- The keyboard is REMARKABLY light and thin, but it still appears to have a good build quality.- The keys have a nice feel, and they have good travel. It's a pretty satisfying feel. It does not feel cheap, and pressing on the keys does - not make the whole keyboard depress, as I have seen with some other inexpensive bluetooth keyboards.- The keyboard is a good size. It is smaller than a laptop keyboard, but it's plenty big. I have medium-large hands, and I have no trouble touch-typing. I did notice if my aim is off, the key doesn't depress and thus I miss an occasional letter. But I think that will improve over time.The keyboard does come with a manual, which includes a cheat-sheet about the various special keys on the keyboard. It will work with iOS, Windows, and Android devices, but it seems geared more toward iOS, and many of the special keys only seem to work for iOS. One of the apparent limitations is the lack of a dedicated key to minimize the soft keyboard onscreen; that's not a big deal, because there's an easy way to minimize the keyboard by tapping on the screen.I cannot yet comment on how long the battery lasts during real use; the documentation that came with it says it will support up to 140 hours of work time, with 30 days of standby time. I'll come back in a month or so to update the review with my results.I do wish it came with a protective sleeve; it's SO THIN, I'm concerned about putting it in my bag, and having lint or dirt or stuff get under the keys.
  • 2014-07-28
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Customer FAQ

Q1.  The wrong characters are coming out when I type. Why is this?
Please make sure that no water or other liquid has gotten inside of the keyboard, and that it has not been subjected to any rough physical treatment, as doing so may cause internal components to be misplaced.
Q2.  My Bluetooth keyboard is experiencing limited coverage. Why is this?
Please make sure that there is no interference from other devices, then try pairing again.
Q3.  Why isn’t my Bluetooth keyboard working?
The Bluetooth keyboard will not work without a Bluetooth HID profile or driver installed. Please make sure that your device is properly equipped.
Q4.  My Bluetooth keyboard keeps disconnecting from my device. Why is this?
Please check that the keyboard still has sufficient power, and that it is not experiencing any interference from other devices, then try pairing again.
Q5.  Why isn’t my Bluetooth keyboard working with my Android-equipped device?
The Bluetooth keyboard is only compatible with Android 3.0 and above. Please upgrade your system if needed.
Q6.  Can I use my Apple keyboard and regular keyboard interchangeably?
Both keyboards may be used, given the keyboard is compatible with your operating system. There are some minor differences with regard to control keys, however, such as the Command key on the Apple keyboard and the Windows key on the regular keyboard. For example, when using a regular keyboard with a Mac, the Command key function will no longer have any use.
Q7.  Why is the Anker keyboard so expensive?
We incorporate top-quality chips and other raw materials into our products to ensure maximum performance. We have strict manufacturing standards and require quality inspection of all of our finished products. All defective goods are sent back for reprocessing, as we believe that higher costs during the manufacturing process result in a better customer experience. Moreover, we have one of the world’s most professional customer service teams standing behind each of our products.
Q8.  Why can't I get the keyboard to pair with my device?
1. Turn off both devices (host device and also the Anker keyboard).
2. Turn on Anker keyboard and push the connect button for 3 seconds until you see a flashing blue light.
3. Turn on the host device and turn on Bluetooth.
4. In the Bluetooth devices menu, select Anker keyboard, this will cause the host device to show a 'Pairing Code'. Enter the code using the Anker keyboard then hit return/enter and the keyboard will be paired with your device.

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Latest Post

Mac Mini compatibility
Does this wireless keyboard work with a Mac Mini (I'm not asking about the ipad mini)? I saw that the T300 is listed as not being compatible.Thanks
Replies(0) Collapse Report as spam Jul 30, 2014 at 3:12 PM
Lost password
I have an Anker Bluetooth ultra slim keyboard. My company switched to devices going from the Dell latitude 10 to the Dell Venue. I go to connect my Bluetooth keyboard. It says type the passcode in but it flashed off so fast I could not write the passcode down to connect the keyboard to my new device. Now I can't get the keyboard to give me a new passcode. It keeps telling me type in passcode to connect to device, but how can I when it flashed so fast that I couldn't even see it. Does anyone know how to get another passcode or how I get the keyboard to give me a new passcode. Your help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jul 28, 2014 at 9:41 PM

Occasionally our keyboards can have difficulty with the Dell Venue. To confirm if it is a problem with the keyboard you could try to pair it with another Bluetooth device to see if it will pair OK.

Please get in touch with our customer service guys at and let them know if you need any further assistance.
Reply Report as spam Jul 29, 2014 at 2:30 AM
Keyboard is too sensitive
I am trying to use the T320 with my ipad mini. I cannot tyoe a word or senntence with out getting a lot of other characters or duplicate characters. Some thing simple like "Have a nice day" comes out like "aaave anii(8&ce daaaay["What gives?  I=How do I fix it, or do I just return it and get something else. 
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jul 27, 2014 at 3:34 PM

If you've disconnected and forced your iPad to forget the device and then reconnected but you're still having problems, please give our customer service guys a shout at and let them know. They'll get you sorted in no time.
Reply Report as spam Jul 28, 2014 at 2:30 AM


UK Version of this keyboard
Hi Does this keyboard (Anker Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS, Windows, Android) come with a UK layout including the £ sign and # in appropriate places? STS
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jul 26, 2014 at 1:37 PM

We do sell it in the UK but it won't have the UK layout unfortunately. It'll still work fine if you change your settings to UK layout but the keys will be in the American format.
Reply Report as spam Jul 28, 2014 at 1:30 AM
On-screen keyboard keeps appearing
HelloI hope that you can help me. I recently purchased this Bluetooth keyboard for use with my Samsung Note 10.1 Edition 2014 tablet. The reviews sounded really good and I like the keyboards functionality. However, the on-screen keyboard on my tablet keeps popping up when I type which kind of defeats the purpose of the keyboard.Could you please advise as to how I can use the keyboard without the built-in on-screen keyboard showing ? I am running Android 4.3 at the moment.Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance.Kind regards, Dirk
Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam Jul 23, 2014 at 4:29 AM

Are you making sure to choose the external keyboard as the default keyboard in your language and input settings?

If you are and you're still having issues then give our customer service guys a shout at
Reply Report as spam Jul 23, 2014 at 10:30 PM
It sounds like you need to deactivate your on screen keyboard. To deactivate go to "settings" and find the "Choose Input Method" notification you need to have multiple keyboards available. On a stock Samsung you can go into Settings then "Language and Input". Under "Keyboard & Input Methods"  then turn off the on screen keyboard. It might be different on yours but this is where mine is.
Reply Report as spam Jul 23, 2014 at 6:49 AM
Battery life
The instruction manual says that the battery life is 3 years and that the battery is built-in. Does this mean that the keyboard will become obsolete when the battery life is reached or is it possible to replace the battery? If it is possible to replace the battery then what type of battery is required?
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jul 18, 2014 at 6:33 AM

The battery can be recharged and it will last longer than 3 years but it may not hold as much charge after this period of time.

There isn't a method to replace the battery though.
Reply Report as spam Jul 20, 2014 at 10:00 PM
Keyboard for PS3/4
HiWill this product work with my PS3/4?Thanks
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jul 16, 2014 at 2:15 PM

If the PS4 is able to accept Bluetooth keyboard connections then yes, it'll work fine!
Reply Report as spam Jul 17, 2014 at 12:30 AM
Can i get this keyboard azerty?
hi how are you?Can i get this keyboard azerty?thanks to answer...
Replies(1) Collapse Report as spam Jun 19, 2014 at 9:04 AM

We're all very well over here, thanks for asking!

Unfortunately we only have this keyboard in QWERTY layout.
Reply Report as spam Jun 20, 2014 at 1:30 AM
Does it work with a MacBook (OSX 10.9)?
Looking for a travel keyboard. Thx :)
Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam Jun 3, 2014 at 4:39 AM
Awesome! Thx :)
Reply Report as spam Jun 4, 2014 at 12:55 PM

Then look no further than the keyboard on this page!

IF this one doesn't suit your needs then we have a whole range of keyboards, some with cases and some without. Feel free to take a look through our product line!
Reply Report as spam Jun 4, 2014 at 1:30 AM
Pipe character in Windows
Hi,I am using the Anker Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for iOS, Windows, Android keyboard  on Windows 8 and 7 machine, but finding it difficult to locate the pipe character. I tried various combinations of control, shift and option key wit other keys but none of them seem to generate the pipe character.  Is this possible? Thanks. k100
Replies(2) Collapse Report as spam May 28, 2014 at 6:31 AM
The pipe looks like it is in its normal sport above the blaskcslsh key at the end of the qwerty row. It should activate with the shift button. If not, it is possible that your keyboard is not functioning as intended, send a message to and see what they have to say.
Reply Report as spam May 28, 2014 at 8:39 AM

As Gherardini said, the '|' character is located with '' above 'Enter'.

And yes, if you're still having problems then do get in touch with our customer support guys at and they'll be able to help you further.
Reply Report as spam May 28, 2014 at 9:00 PM
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