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Errol Brown
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Less, but better!
Less, but better!

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Guinness is always a good choice...
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Got to use this while visiting Napa Valley. Great way to finish off a day of wine tasting.
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8/15/17
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Thursday Night Ribs!
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Brisket fresh off the BGE!
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Just received my 9.7" Tab S2 Keyboard cover. I'm typing on it now. It is simple to pair, very well built and looks good. It obviously adds a little bulk and weight, but is still very slim and compact. From a bulk perspective it is no bigger than the non-keyboard Moko case I have for the device.

They keyboard is a little small, but feels good to type on. Keys are solid and have good travel. I am able to type on it OK. I probably just need more time to get used to it. I really like the touch pad and the android specific keys (Home, Multi-Task, Split screen, etc).

I primarily use the S2 for reading, web browsing and YouTube. With the addition of the keyboard, I can definitely see it playing a larger role as a productivity device for taking notes and responding to emails.

I managed to get the keyboard for $50 after using a Samsung $100 credit I received before Christmas for using Samsung Pay on my S6. I initially thought $150 was to much for the keyboard and still do. At $50 it's a no brainer, get it. That said, I think $100 is probably a fair price point for the keyboard. I have seen it for around $100 on B&H and Best Buy websites.

If your considering getting a keyboard for your Tab S2 this is a solid option.
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Just received my 9.7" Tab S2 Keyboard cover. I'm typing on it now. It is simple to pair, very well built and looks good. It obviously adds a little bulk and weight, but is still very slim and compact. From a bulk perspective it is no bigger than the non-keyboard Moko case I have for the device.

They keyboard is a little small, but feels good to type on. Keys are solid and have good travel. I am able to type on it OK. I probably just need more time to get used to it. I really like the touch pad and the android specific keys (Home, Multi-Task, Split screen, etc).

I primarily use the S2 for reading, web browsing and YouTube. With the addition of the keyboard, I can definitely see it playing a larger role as a productivity device for taking notes and responding to emails.

I managed to get the keyboard for $50 after using a Samsung $100 credit I received before Christmas for using Samsung Pay on my S6. I initially thought $150 was to much for the keyboard and still do. At $50 it's a no brainer, get it. That said, I think $100 is probably a fair price point for the keyboard. I have seen it for around $100 on B&H and Best Buy websites.

If your considering getting a keyboard for your Tab S2 this is a solid option.
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Is the keyboard cover popular or has it been discontinued? I ordered this just after Xmas used a $100 Samsung Pay promotion credit to get the keyboard case for $50.
Is the keyboard cover popular or has it been discontinued? I ordered this just after Xmas used a $100 Samsung Pay promotion credit to get the keyboard case for $50.

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