iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable

126 AED

iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable is available in UAE.

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iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable – Features & Prices in UAE :

iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable Bluetooth 5.1 with Number Pad Ergonomic Design Full Size Stable Connection Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Mac, iOS, Android, Windows

Product Dimensions
14.41 x 4.92 x 0.63 inches
Item Weight
13.1 ounces
1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Date First Available
March 24, 2020


Test video – iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable :




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Questions & Answers – iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable :

➕ What is the price of iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable in UAE ?

The price of iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable in-store is 126 AED VAT.

➕ When iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable was released ?

The release date was March 24, 2020.

➕ What is the price of iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable cheap used ?

The price of iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable used is 88 AED VAT.

➕ What are the main characteristics of iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable ?

Special specifications :

➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.3 / 5 on Amazon.

➕ Where to buy iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable in UAE ?

Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….


Technical specifications – iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable :


Compatible Devices
PC, Tablet, Smartphone
Connectivity Technology
Keyboard Description
Recommended Uses For Product
Special Feature
Ergonomic, Rechargeable
Operating System
Windows 7/8/10, Chrome OS, Mac OS, IOS, Android
Number of Keys
Keyboard backlighting color support
Single Color



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2 reviews for iClever BK10 Bluetooth Keyboard, Keyboard USB-C Rechargeable

  1. A. I (verified owner)

    Price, Form, Function, All the characteristics I wanted/needed – 5-stars all day – 1st a little background. I’ve been working in technology since 2001 using a keyboard as a primary interface/tool the entire time daily both in professional and personal life. In that time I’ve used countless keyboards both employer and self-purchased. I’m constantly on the lookout for the next ‘perfect’ fit. And have found some good ones over the years. Since 2013 I’ve been working remotely from home exclusively, and partially for the 2yrs years leading up to that, and therefor using solely devises I supply to myself. In recent years taking on a more leadership position I find myself on many lives calls, additionally, doing some live 3-day training in which my studio-quality microphone that is live most of the time during these sessions. Thus, I’ve found myself leaning more towards the chicklet style keyboards, similar to what you might expect on a laptop just more full-sized. I like them for a few reasons. 1st, they tend to be a bit quieter, and 2nd the low key travel I think feels faster to me, plus less finger movement/travel. So I love that about this keyboard very much. I’m a software architect and do a lot of typing both in coding, general web, and lots of email/messaging, and I simply feel it is more efficient. So this keyboard checks that box for me. The full size while also being compact is another important factor for me. Things like the full-size 10-key number bad but also normal-sized keys such as space, shift, enter, and most importantly the backspace so my fingers can find it’s typical memory muscle locations… and this keyboard checks that box as well. To save layout space they intelligently put the arrow keys under the right shift key instead of between the enter and number pad as most full-size boards do. In the end, this eliminated the typical ‘white-space’ you would find in that area, but also makes it less of a travel to get over to the number pad itself, two things I think are brilliant, and only took me a short time to re-learn the location of the arrow keys by muscle memory. Some keys are smaller than normal but are the ones that are logical to do this to create the space needed, such as the ESC key and the F-keys. With the current virus situation happening, I find myself needed to work in a new more isolated location then my typical at-home location. But I wanted to leave my at-home setup as is, in essence, I needed to create a secondary remote location. In my, in-home setup, I have a typical tower but have 4 24-inch screens that I’ve grown very fond of and used to. I initially tried this new location with just a laptop screen, which works but only for extremely isolated days or for a very short period to continue to be as effective and efficient. My laptop has 1 USB 3.0 Port but does have a USB-C port, and is Bluetooth compatible. Unfortunately, it is very portable with a detachable keyboard and just a 10-inch screen so not great for long periods. So initially I added my 10-inch tablet and leveraged my phone a lot more than normal for things like messaging, which is a galaxy Note 10. Latter using a USB-C docking station sort of set up I added a 27-inch curved screen, and a 23 inch mounted vertically (sizes important for references of the size of the board in the provided picture. Which also gave me a few more USB ports. At this point, the biggest pain point was to use touch on the phone and tablet. Additionally, My USB ports used up for my wireless mouse receiver (also connects to 2 Bluetooth devices), my headset, and my phone, to use Samsung Dex when I can get by with that. So I began my search for a keyboard that would connect to 3 different devices with the tap of a button to switch and over Bluetooth exclusively, while also taking up as little of my limited new space as possible. And that by far is the best feature of this board. I can now use it to interact with all three (laptop, tablet, and phone) quickly with a simple tap of a dedicated key ‘and light’ for each of the devices, and its small footprint is not overpowering my workspace. It’s small size and weight will be perfect in the event I need to be more portable with it in the future. The slight rise in angle seems to be perfect for me as well. I paired them so they match the order of my devices in the setup as you see in the picture under the monitors. It is important to know that sometimes Bluetooth switching does take a second for the device to respond/recognize the input device, but that is not an issue with the keyboard, that has more to do with Bluetooth or the device you are connecting to as I experience the same thing with other similar products made by completely different manufactures at a much higher price. So everything this does, plus the characteristics I mentioned above such as overall and key sizes seemed to be the perfect fit and I took the chance on it, realizing that I could easily return it if needed, but this thing is staying in my arsenal for sure. In fact, in some ways, I wish I had discovered this before purchasing my last board which is my current at-home setup because it cost 5-times what this did and offers the same functionality. I waited to use this thing for 2-3 weeks before writing this review, and as an all-day user, I figured that would be a good amount of time for a fair initial assessment. One of the things that have stood out is battery life. After the initial charge to full I have not plugged this thing in yet and it is still going strong. A handy light on the board tells you when it is fully charged and if the battery is running low ‘a light I have not seen yet’. And when it comes time I’ll simply unplug one of the USB ports I’m not currently using, or don’t need overnight, or even a wall charger if needed real-time, and then it will be good to go for another I don’t know how many WEEKS again. It does have a sleep feature, which after going ideal for a bit you need to ‘wake’ it up, which is great for saving battery life, especially if you forget to slide the perfectly placed top-mounted on/off button to the off position. I’ve gotten in the habit of hitting the space key, or Bluetooth device button I intend to be using to wake it up if it’s been a bit since I touched it and it works perfectly this way. Longevity will be something that only time can tell, which at this point I would not be too upset about, for example, the key labels are stickers, and will likely start to fade out after some time which is no different than 90% of my boards I own that are not etched. But even if this board lasts me for a year, I could get five of them for the price I paid for my last board and get 5yrs out of them with less functionality which I do not expect to get from most boards. So all-in-all considering the combined aspects of price, form, function, and all the characteristics I wanted, I love this board which is why it is getting my 5-star review. I would re-purchase, and likely will again, in a second. I could point out more, and I could compare this to other boards, but nothing else I’ve used combines all these things in one package, and especially not at this price point, so keeping that in mind I suggest giving this one a shot because if you are reading this it’s because you are intentionally not looking at other boards and I can’t imagine any other board offering all this at this price point.

  2. B. B (verified owner)

    – Was sceptical while buying this product as all the multi-device keyboards I had purchased before this were crappy. Another reason for not being so sure was the price tag. It was a bit pricey, but not very pricey to make it really stand out. I was not a 100% sure about the product at the time of the purchase. Been using it for a month now and can confidently say that it is a well-built product. I have a mac and a windows laptop connected to it. We can easily switch between the two and it works flawlessly with both. I have a lot of typing to do and am happy to report that it’s a joy typing on this. It does take some time to get used to the smaller size, especially if you are coming from a regular size keyboard. This one is a bit smaller, and you would have to look down in the initial days and get used to this. But after a couple of days, you get used to the layout and it’s not an issue. Looks pretty good on the table.

  3. A. T (verified owner)

    Consistent connectivity across multiple OS devices – So far, so good! I was replacing an older solar-powered multi-device keyboard that worked very well for years but recently, would disconnect from my MacBook Pro and MacBook Air that which it had worked fine with for many years. This keyboard, with a much newer version of Bluetooth, seems to be maintaining connections with no problem to the same devices. I am using this across MacOS, iOS, Windows 10 & 11, and Android devices with no problems thus far.

  4. K. K (verified owner)

    Another great iClever product. Very happy. – I’ve tried a few mobile Bluetooth keyboards, and this is my second Bluetooth keyboard from iClever. I’m no expert, but based on a user experience, I would say iClever is the brand to go with when it comes to mobile Bluetooth keyboards.

  5. O. H (verified owner)

    – Even a light touch inserts multiple copies of the same character and some times Tab key is passed to the device in a loop. Tried with Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. The same problem was observed on all three platforms.

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