Moto Xoom/Logitech Tablet/MS 6000 BT Keyboards and Apple BT Mouse: OK on Infuse 4G
In case anyone was wondering, the following Bluetooth keyboards work with the Infuse, running Gingerbread 2.3.3.
General Note: all devices below paired up seamlessly. They were immediately detected, and simply required me to key in a 6 digit passkey (4 digits for the Apple Magic Mouse).
1) Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard: in all honesty, this keyboard worked the BEST out of all three that I tried today. As an FYI, F1 triggered Menu, Home triggered Home, and Esc triggered back. Reason why I didn't dig it all to much was the rather 'flimsy' build quality, although I do use the 7000 Entertainment set at home.
2) Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android (3.0+?): Ignoring the 3.0 spin, and focusing on the fact that it's an HID-compliant BT device, I picked this up to give it a whirl. Niceties include the case that it comes with, which doubles into a stand for your device. Major setback that made me return it: the Menu button didn't work for me! Otherwise, a fantastic setup.
3) The keeper: Motorola Xoom BT Keyboard. Very similar in functionality to the Logitech offering. Started off pretty bummed because the built-in Menu keys on this kb didn't work either. Where the Moto saves itself, though, is that they keep they have a 5th row, atop the rest of the keyboard similar to a standard desktop keyboard (the Logitech trimmed these off and only had 4 rows), and within that 5th row, was an F1 key (which, after trial and error on the MS kb, triggers Menu). All in all, a nice package. Good to know I can rip away at longer emails with this thing, if I ever need to.
4) Apple Magic Mouse: nothing special here - paired easily, works like a mouse.
1) When pairing the Moto to a non-Moto device, you need to hold down the keys V, A and R when initiating the pair (don't worry, it's in the manual).
2) When the screen times out while paired to the KB (not the mouse), a cursor mysteriously appears, and is persistent until I disable BT connectivity on the device.
3) If you use a pattern to unlock your device, you might want to switch to a PIN or password, if you'd really like to be able to unlock your device from the keyboard...
4) "End" on the keyboard locks the screen. From my round of testing, all keys can unlocks (pretty neat) as long as you don't have a pattern set (meaning, you unlock with a PIN or password.)
5) The kb stays paired; the mighty mouse, i need to tap on to connect from within Settings each time.
That's about it. Feel free to ask me any questions if you had any, or correct me if you've me off base with any.