Speedlink is a manufacturer I haven’t encountered before. They provided us a bluetooth keyboard called Libera which we have reviewed & tested it to see how well it performs. Read the full review to find out!
- Wireless Bluetooth® keyboard
- cutting-edge Bluetooth® wireless technology for up to 10m of cordless freedom (maximum line-of-sight range)
- ideal for PC, iPad and tablet PC use
- compact, slimline design
- low-profile keys with scissor technology for precise keystrokes and maximum reliability
- eleven practical multimedia functions
- compact, with all the keys you need
- rubberised feet for non-slip grip
- up to 5 months battery life
- batteries included
- driverless installation
- dimensions: 285 × 120 × 20mm (W × D × H)
Speedlink Libera comes in a relatively large cardboard box (considering the size of the keyboard). You can see the whole product from the plastic window in the front side of the packet. The packaging has a color scheme of white/grey and specifications are printed on the frontpanel. Speedlink Libera is a bluetooth keyboard and designed for laptop / ipad use.
Speedlink has kept the accessories to the bare minimum with the Libera. Alongside with the keyboard you only get a small quick install guide and two AAA-sized batteries.
Libera looks very “Appleish”. The layout is very similar to Apple keyboards and the size is also similar. Libera lacks the numpad and F1-F12 keys are binded behind Fn button. Also PgUp, PgDn, Home and end buttons are behind the Fn button. Speedlink has made some compromises with the buttons in terms of getting better layout for the keyboard and keeping the size to minimum. All keys are standard sized, which is a small miracle considering the size of the keyboard.