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NuType Mobile Wireless Mechanical Keyboard gives your phone, tablet, and laptop more functionality

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Make using your tablet and smartphone more enjoyable with the NuType Mobile Wireless Mechanical Keyboard. Adding a tactile feeling, this low-profile keyboard is much more fun than touching a screen. Thinner and sleeker than other mechanical keyboards, this wireless keypad sits on top of your laptop’s keys. In fact, this mobile mechanical keyboard sits perfectly on top of keyboards on the 16-inch MacBook Pro and Microsoft Surface. With a slot on the bottom, the wireless keyboard connects to your device so it stays in place. Using Kaihua choc switches, this tablet keyboard maintains a thin profile while still helping you type with greater accuracy. With a 64-key design, this phone keyboard allows you to use your Force Touch Trackpad, Touch ID, Touch Bar, and function keys. Keep the NuType in its magnetic case when you’re on the go, as you can also use it as a stand for smaller devices.

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