The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is like a Tab S7 Plus with the high-refreshing refinements of a Plus model. But unlike a Plus, it comes with the nifty double-glazed full QWERTY keyboard. So if you are someone who is used to typing on a physical keyboard, then you would find this keyboard much easier to work with than a physical keyboard. In fact, some people have likened the whole experience of using the Tab S7 FE to that of working on a typewriter.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe has a touch screen as well as a physical keyboard. For some users, having the touch screen is nice but for others, who use their phones for more serious purposes, it is not really a big deal. You just have to learn how to operate the on-screen keyboard. In this case, it is not really an advantage, just like having a physical keyboard would be.
Samsung has really outdone themselves this time. They have integrated everything in such a way that you can actually use the keyboard to perform the most important tasks on your phone. Even though there are keyboards with physical home keys, the Galaxy Tab S7 Fe has the smartest key on the keyboard. It is the “Menu.”
What is that? You thought that you were going to type something? Well, there are so many features packed into this keyboard that it may be a little difficult to understand initially. However, after spending a few days with this keyboard, I feel that it has everything that a real computer should have.
This keyboard has been designed to be very easy to use. There are three big buttons that take up the left side and there are five soft-clicking buttons on the right side. On the top of the keyboard, you will see a very large and bright Samsung logo. Very convenient. Most users don’t even need to know which button is which because the default key layout is already set for them.
As you type text, you can do so quickly with the predictive keyboard. The Galaxy Tab S7 Fe has a virtual home row for you to fill. You can easily switch from landscape mode to portrait mode just by moving your finger around on the keyboard. I like this feature because it makes working on my Samsung Tabletop much more convenient.
One of my favorite features of this keyboard is the volume control. Unlike many other devices of this size, the Galaxy Tab S7 Fe doesn’t have a home key for the volume controls. Instead, all you have to do is press and hold the power key down and then move the stylus in a circular motion around the power button. This way, you can easily access all of the different options that are available on the screen.
Another feature that I really like is the On-screen Keypad. This gives me an opportunity to take a quick virtual keyboard test right out of the box. I usually never take advantage of this feature, but it’s nice to be able to do so on this device. I have taken a couple of incorrect tests, but that’s really no big deal considering how accurate these tests are.
When it comes to typing on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe, the experience is surprisingly good. The keys are located in a very responsive layout, which makes controlling everything a breeze. I also really like how these keys are arranged. The navigation buttons above the keyboard are easy to press and navigate through. It is surprising that a device with such an easy-to-use keyboard and navigation buttons could be so frustrating at times.
One thing that irks me about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe is its tiny keyboard. While I love the keys, they aren’t very comfortable to use. If you’re looking for a tiny keyboard that isn’t very comfortable to type on, then the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe might not be the right choice for you. However, if you are used to large touch screens, you’ll probably find that this keyboard provides just the right amount of control for you.
Overall, the keyboard on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe is great. It responds fast, provides effective navigation, and has nice audible feedback when you make a keypress. Its size may be a problem for many, but you won’t have any problems with the actual size of the device once you start using it. It can easily fit into your pocket or purse. All in all, this is a really nice keyboard for the price.