This keyboard is marketed on Amazon as Logitech 920-003390 Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0 Plus Plus at $50, with a notation that there is a later model of the keyboard, but that one is marketed as compatible for Window 8/RT and Android 3.0 plus for $61.
The image for the latter model shows a ‘Windows’ key between the ALT and the FN keys and some extra keys that you would find on your standard (Windows) pc keyboard.
The image for the keyboard in this review is WRONG unless I got the wrong one, however my packaging indicated the same model name as in the Amazon listing. The model that I received had no keys other than those used on Android devices.
The top and bottom row of keys on the keyboard are significantly different when compared to the image on Amazon, there are Function keys for music, calendar, web and email. Also, the bottom row is a bit simpler than what is shown.
The construction of the keyboard is nice and sturdy, it feels solid, looks nice with a no cheapness in the actual keyboard. It comes in a case that is another story. The outside of the case has a nice feel, but the bright blue, fuzzy interior of the case definitely has a cheaper feel.
To use the case as a stand, you flip out a tongue and click the case into it as shown in the device images. You then place your tablet against the case. It allows for portrait or landscape views and is at a good enough angle for desktop viewing, but I found myself wanting it to lean back more even though I had no glare or issues with. You cannot increase or decrease the viewing angle that I could find.
Connection was easy and similar to setting up any generic Bluetooth device once I discovered the connection button. For the initial connection, you need to press the connection button on the bottom of the device. After that, as long as the device is on and Bluetooth on the tablet is on, the device connects after a key press.
Specific to the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9, the device will wake up the Fire, but a swipe on the screen is still needed.
Home, Back, Pause/Play, Increase/Decrease Volume and Advance/Backup video all work. Some specialized keys for Android do not work–Mail & Internet, but they also do not work on my other non-Amazon Android tablet. Settings, Calendar and Music don’t work on the Fire, however they work on a standard Android tablet.
Navigation on the arrow keys really surprised me, I can navigate thru the carousel, jump up to the menus, and use the tab to select items on the top menu where you can choose items on Cloud or Device, will activate the Search menu that sometimes appears at the top and also the Library/Store option that is used for in the category menus. The only Amazon specific section where I had no response at all was the Shop section.
Reconnecting to the Amazon tablet after connecting the keyboard to another tablet was a dismal failure. I powered off, turned both devices on/off, turned Bluetooth on/off, etc. I ended up un-pairing and repairing. While not an epic fail, it was quite irritating. I won’t try that again, but will instead hope that I did something wrong and assume that was an anomaly. Since then I haven’t had any issues.
All in all, this is a good keyboard, if not the cheapest. B+