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BTC 9019URF Wireless Multimedia USB Keyboard w/ Dual Mode Joystick Mouse

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  • BTC 9019URF 87-Key Wireless Multimedia Keyboard w/Dual Mode Joystick Mouse General Features:
  • Black design 87-key layout Combined joystick and mouse functions
  • Instant access Internet and Multimedia hot keys Wireless operating range of up to 32 ft./10 meters
  • Compact and low profile keycaps design Built-in scroll function
  • Convenient easy to carry handles built into the keyboard

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 1.6 x 6.1 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B000B7RBKE
  • Item model number: BTC 9019URF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

Product Description

Specification Mfr Part Number: BTC 9019URF Features: Special Combine Joystick and Mouse Function, User friendly Control for Most PC Game Instant Access Internet and Multimedia Hot Keys Long Wireless Distance & Easy Launch Space-saving Layout System Requirement: USB spec. 1.1 or it's compatible Available USB port Microsoft Windows 98/ ME/ 2000/ XP operating system Microsoft Office 97 or later version (For Office Application keys and Enhanced Function keys) Standard sound card (for CD and Video operating) The system supporting ACPI or APM II (for power management buttons) ATX mother board and ATX power supply (for power management buttons) Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 later version (for Internet keys) Keyboard: Key Numbers: 87 Switch Activation Mechanism: Membrane Travel Distance: 3.5 ±0.5 mm Peak Load Before Make (Normal Key): 55 ±20 g Effective Distance: 3 m / 9.8 ft Battery Life: 1.5 months (4hrs/day) Input Power: 3 V DC (2x AA) Dimensions (WxLxH): 186 x 461 x 42 mm Weight (w/ Batteries): 0.9 kg Receiver: Input Power: 5 V DC, 100 mA Connector: USB Connector Plugs Dimensions (WxLxH): 64 x 85 x 34.5 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I've no problem with the stick or location; the problem is how it moves the cursor.
C. M. Evans
This will not be your deskop keyboard replacement, there are much better (although more expensive) options for that.
Amazon Customer
I replaced the batteries twice and each time it worked again for a day or two but then it stops.
Advisor in DC

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 30, 2008
This will not be your deskop keyboard replacement, there are much better (although more expensive) options for that. To control the PC in your living room, however, the one that you have connected to your TV to watch all those torrents on a large screen while mindlessly reclining in your lazy-boy there is simply no better option.
First there is the pointing device: obviously mice don't have a place in the coach, and trackballs and touchpads have to be "cranked" a number of times in order to get the pointer from one end of the screen to the other; with a joystick it is just a matter of pushing once and letting the device do its thing until you reach the desired icon or widget. Then there is the keyboard: you need something reasonably comfortable to enter URLs and search terms, type the occasional credit card number or answer your email, but you probably won't try to do word-processing, 3D-modelling or serious video gaming in-between your video clips. And last, but not least, there is wireless: unlike products from software monopolists become hardware ergonomists, this keyboard will actually connect from your lap to its base on the stereo rack 8 or so feet away. As a bonus, the packaging looks and feels sturdy enough (but I haven't subjected it to the kids-and-dog sress test) and the multimedia keys work with iTunes in my Mac ... Can't beat all that convenience anywhere else at that low price point!
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By ® on February 10, 2007
This keyboard was designed for the living room or classroom. The keyboard is compact and sturdy. It is strong enough to sit on your lap or grip with two hands to the side. What I like is the very responsive keypad. The mouse pad is convenient and is like a game console controller joystick. I returned this after the compatibility issues with the PS3, but it worked fine on a PC. For the PS3 I loose signal after exiting the PS3 web-browser and have to reset the keyboard many times. There are trigger buttons in the front.

There are also Bluetooth rechargeable keyboards from Logitech. The RF range on this pad is good. It is at a great price, but need to be more compatible with the PS3. Interlink's Versapoint is a similar product. Its cost twice as much but it works on the PS3 and PC. Sadly, its mouse is not as good as this one.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brian Xee on April 29, 2008
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The first thing I noticed, that it came with batteries. And not just that, they were brand name AA batteries. Wow, how nice. I will have to say that is a first for me getting name brand batteries with electronics.

I plugged this thing in my Quad Vista 64bit SP1 machine, and bam, went right to the internet, got the drivers and started working. HELLO! I never used the disk, but all of the functioned seem to work with the drivers Vista downloaded. I was pleased it recognized it right away.

I would recommend this keyboard, it is affordable. I have only had it for a few months with light use, so I don't know about the durability yet. But, so far overall I have had no problems. I can even use my regular keyboard, this keyboard, a wired mouse and a wireless mouse all at the same time, with no issues. Not to mention my infra red- remotes for the PC. Yes, as you guess I am running media center....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jim on March 10, 2009
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I have been searching for a great RF remote keyboard and mouse for a bit for my new HTPC. After finding this one, I did not think it's low price <$25 would indicate any quality. There was a lot of thought put into this keyboard/joystick/mouse combination.

1. Wireless RF - works up to 30 feet away and through walls
2. Mouse / Joystick - can function as one or the other
3. Multimedia keys - can be programmed to your choice for email, volume, etc
4. Layout - it is somewhat of a compact keyboard but comfortable enough to type awhile
5. Bottom - it is sculpted to fit on your lap so it is comfortable using this on the couch
6. Software - allows you to have an onscreen menu for office docs, multimedia and surfing controls
7. Battery indicator on your task bar!
8. No LEDs on the keyboard to preserve battery life, these are on the taskbar icon
9. No lag - it seems instant when the mouse moves and when the keys are pressed
10. Sleep key! This is a great addition, put your HTPC to sleep and wake it by pressing another key

Only downside is that the joystick is not as responsive as a mouse or touchpad, it works good enough, but I use my iPhone with Air Mouse Pro as a touchpad/keyboard to supplement this one.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Davidson on June 16, 2008
This keyboard is solid and responsive with robust functions and limited programmability. The handles are sturdy and contribute to the overall solidity of the device. The keys feel solid, but not stiff. The keypad is not without its quirks however; the num lock key must be *off* in order to use the letters "UIOJKLM" as letters rather than numbers. The sleep button is the only one that cannot be programmed (although the behavior of *all* sleep buttons can be set in Windows Vista). The cursor buttons are well proportioned and the joystick is rugged (although users may need to boost the track speed on high-resolution systems, i.e. HTPCs). The bundled software is primitive but functional. There is a driver for Vista 64 bit, which is critical due to Microsoft's rejection of all unsigned drivers for 64 bit Vista versions.
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