Perixx 804 Bluetooth Keyboard Review/Works with 4.3
At 10.25 inches by 5 inches, the Perixx 804 keyboard layout is surprisingly easy to use, with thinner keys that are about the same size as those on a full sized keyboard. While most keyboard keys are about a quarter inch high, the Perixx 804 has keys about half that size. I find that it helps with my typing as I don't tend to hit two keys at the same time with the flatter keys. The four keyboard arrows are quite small but you can't have everything.
* It works with Android 4.3, both with the Nexus 7 2012 and Nexus 7 2013. It works while connected to a wireless connection, with both 2.4 and 5.0, without any key repetition or pairing problems.
* It charges with a micro usb port on the upper middle, cord and/or charger not included. Given the number of devices with Micro usb chargers and cords* it isn't really a problem.
* It's not foldable and doesn't use batteries but it's about as portable as possible. It just fits into my gadget bag that holds my Nexus 7 and Akron stand.
* There's an on/off switch on the reverse side of the keyboard so it won't turn on by mistake and drain the batteries.
* The bottom line being the 804 is light, thin and easy to use, even for those with big fingers.
Perixx PERIBOARD-804, Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard - Black - 10x5" Portable Size - Ultrathin 1/4" Design - Compatible with Android & Windows OS - Silent X Type Scissor Keys - On/Off Switch - US English Layout $26.99