Belkin Secure Wired Keyboard for iPad (Lightning Connector)
Offering reliability and plug-and-play simplicity, the Belkin Secure Wired Keyboard connects directly and securely to a single iPad. It doesn't require batteries or recharging, making it especially effective for standardised testing. The slender design features well-spaced keys made specifically for the classroom.
Integrated multimedia controls support advanced learning needs. A row of function keys offers convenient one-touch access to a variety of features, including volume, play/pause, fast-forward and rewind, screen lock, screen capture and more. And full-size arrow keys allow you to navigate easily through documents and websites.
Its durable construction and child-friendly configuration make the Belkin Secure Wired Keyboard ideal for school deployments at any grade level.
Plug and play
“Correct connect” diagnostic indicator
Durable, lightweight design
Multimedia function keys
Well-spaced keys for comfortable typing
No additional software required
No batteries required
What’s in the Box
Belkin Secure Wired Keyboard for iPad
Height: 1.91 cm/0.75 in.
Length: 31.09 cm/12.24 in.
Width: 15.98 cm/6.29 in.
Weight: 417.3 g
Mfr. Part Number: B2B124
UPC or EAN No.: 745883656899
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Answers from the community
Can I get a longer cable? Is this cable usb on one end?
- Asked by James B from Ocala
- on Jul. 11, 2019
will I be able to input my passcode to unlock an iPad mini 2 from the lock screen?
- Asked by Winston Jr T from Waipahu
- on Nov. 17, 2018
Does Apple make a keyboard with back-lighting?
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- Asked by Gwendolyn W from Albuquerque
- on Oct. 14, 2018