All wireless bluetooth keyboards will sleep after inactivity to reserve battery life, then when you begin typing it will wake up and take a second or two to reconnect… When you do this on most cheap wireless keyboard alternatives (e.g., a few popular iPad keyboard cases), you’ll be missing those initial typed characters on screen and you’ll have to start over with your sentence. However, when using an official Apple wireless keyboard on either a Mac or iPad, when it wakes from its temporary sleep, you’ll see a sudden string of characters appear on screen from what you were typing, almost as though it’s logging it into on-board memory on the keyboard then relaying the initially typed characters once connected so you don’t lose anything. Has anyone else noticed this? Basically, I’m looking for a keyboard that does this like the Apple keyboard does, but doesn’t cost £99(!). Are there any that people use which they would recommend?