When I first picked up my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, I didn't see any reason to pick up a Bluetooth keyboard. After all, how could a keyboard improve my tablet experience? After finally giving in and trying out Logitech's Keyboard Case, I was convinced. Bluetooth keyboards seem to make tablets infinitely more productive, and make an extremely handy accessory. The only trouble is, they seem to be rather expensive. Luckily, Best Buy has Logitech's Bluetooth Keyboard for Android 3.0+ tablets on sale for just $39.99.


Logitech's keyboard, which comes with a handy carrying case/tablet stand, is normally priced at $69.99 ($63.99 over at Amazon), making Best Buy's price quite a bargain. If you've been looking for an affordable keyboard to help you get the most out of your Android tablet, head over to Best Buy's website and take advantage of the deal. It's worth mentioning however, that this keyboard is only available for in-store pickup.

via Fat Wallet

Liam Spradlin
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  • http://www.christiantechsaz.com Aaron

    Sweet! Ordered mine tonight. I've been watching it like a hawk on Amazon, and it never dropped below $50. :)

  • lincthra

    Any reason this shouldn't work with virtually ANY Android Bluetooth device?

  • nemo

    @lincthra It’s a Bluetooth keyboard, so will work with anything with Bluetooth, eg a PS3.

    It’s a pity though that it’s only available with a US keyboard layout. I’d have bought one if a UK layout were available.

  • Dave

    Just got back from Best Buy...they wouldn't honor the price and wasted a bunch of my time. They didn't have much of anything worthwhile in stock...I don't intend to go back there again, even if they are giving stuff away...

  • Dano

    I have one of these that I use quite often. Really like the stand too, and that surprised me.

    Great feeling keyboard too.


    Best Buy site, still says $69.99, using the link from the article.

  • Hermit

    I have owned and used one of these for about a year now. They work okay but are actually very limiting. There is no page up; page down; no arrow keys--up, down, left, right--no home key; no end key and no shortcuts like ctrl + home to take you to the start of a doc. So it is not really a full on keyboard experience. It is better than the tiny touch screen keyboard, but nothing like a real keyboard on a computer.