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CE Compass Bluetooth HID Wireless Keyboard Mouse Control for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone 4, PDAs


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  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B003YKDDYS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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I do not recommend, there are better options out there.
AndrewP
Apparently, Bluetooth keyboard for the Droids only work on rooted phones.
Italian Mommy
I tried plugging it into the USB ports on my desktop, and still nothing.
A. Swain

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Hinton on August 31, 2010
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It connected to my IPhone 3gs(v4) the first time and it gives you a unique 4 digit pin on the phone's screen each time you pair so you don't have to remember the code. This keyboard is the perfect size (just longer than a dollar bill); any smaller and it would be too small and any larger it wouldn't be as portable. The keys are only slightly smaller than a regular keyboard which means you can place both hands on the keys with the j and f home keys (big hands could be a problem). It take a little practice because there is no shift key on the right side so touch typers must remember to shift with the left. Most of the special keys (;-::"?) are Fn keys not in their normal locations but all of the alpha and numeric are standard. The Keys lack the slant found on the standard keyboard which take a little getting up to speed so don't expect 80 wpm out of the box - it's a learning curve. Your techo friends will be green with envy.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By donjag on November 1, 2010
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Sweet little device I must say. Works exactly as you expect it to, but I was baffled the first few days of getting it because of Windows 7 Professional. After the first install and driver installation, Windows kept asking for a manufacturer provided "pairing" code. This is crazy because the device does not come with a code. Turns out the Windows prompt is simply misleading, all you have to do is make up a code, say, 0000, hit enter on your computer and then type the same code and hit enter on your bluetooth keyboard. Voila!
I should also add that the bluetooth dongle that comes with this device works with other bluetooth devices as well. I have already successfully hooked my 2 Nokia phones, 5800 & N900, and a Motorola wireless STEREO headset (yes A2DP) to the dongle and they all worked like a charm. Like some other reviewers have pointed out, typing and scrolling on this thing takes some getting used to. Recommended!

EDIT JAN 21, 2013, The device is still going strong. I used it with my Android Nexus 4 device while it was hooked to my HDTV. I can't believe how long this thing has served me.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Drmlnr on September 19, 2010
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Easy to setup after 4 digit type into iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 2G and iPad.
Play, pause and volume keys works fine for iOS device.
Good for windows XP note PC with USB Dongle, too.

Only and the biggest problem for me is command key missing.
I can not change English and other language input without it.
If you know how to do, please help me.

Anyway, over all impression is good.

Update: 2010/9/25
I found that Fn + T & Fn + Y can be used for language switch.
Now, problem is solved. I would recommend this to all.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gary Klaus on September 23, 2010
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I bought this keyboard to use with my PS3 (slim). Typing a message using the PS3 controller is a pain. This little keyboard makes it easy. Plus it's small enough that it doesn't get in the way if you leave it on the end table when not in use.

Pairing the keyboard with the PS3 was simple. Just select the "scan for bluetooth devices" menu option and hit the recessed button on the bottom of the keyboard. Then type in the number and hit enter.

It also has an on/off switch on the bottom so the batteries won't drain when it's not in use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By bfb2k on December 13, 2010
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Works well with android. The button arrangement could be a little better. Puts a mouse pointer on my Android screen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jason Root on October 6, 2010
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This keyboard is a great size for casual use. The keyboard layout does take a bit of time to get use to but that's something I expected with a compact keyboard. It's definately not a keyboard to write a novel with but perfect for casual browsing and e-mail. The mouse and scroll work pretty well! I do wish the keyboard was a little wider so the space bar is bigger. I still give this keyboard a 4 of 5 because it works with every bluetooth device I've tried so far. PS3, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, Laptop, iPad.

Great deal for the price!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By AndrewP on January 19, 2011
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Purchased this to use with a windows 7 bluetooth enabled tablet PC, the device was difficult to pair and did not clearly broadcast it's signal, tested this against my bluetooth headset to determine if the PC was the issue it was not, the keyboard does not consistently broadcast in paring mode. Once I did get the keyboard paired it did work, however has a lag when you type. I have gone through 3 sets of batteries in 3 weeks, the power management on the keyboard does not seem to be present or not working very well. I have had to pair the device again each time I changes batteries. I do not recommend, there are better options out there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jocallagil on April 3, 2011
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It took some doing and little sharing of free android apps to get this to work. It would initially connect bluetooth to my Viewsonic G Tablet but would not actually get recognized as a keyboard in android 2.2 I searched the web after initially trying the blueinput program with no success, plus it is like $15.95 US. Then I read about manual scripts you could use to get it to recognize the keyboard. I am not a programmer so I did some more searching and found an android application Bluetooth Keyboard EasyConnect which does all the scripting for you and it is free. See the post from the program author on XDA [...]

The only problem I had is my hacked android market does not see every application and Bluetooth Keyboard Easy Connect was one I could not see. I ended up having my brother download the app and skype it to me and it works awesome. You install the app which starts a bluez service and daemon to look for bluetooth keyboards. It finds and pairs the keyboard great everytime. The only issue is that the mouse feature does not work in Android 2.2 but I can live with just the keyboard.

This program Bluetooth Keyboard Easy Connect made this keyboard functional on my G Tablet.

I did also try the bluetooth usb receiver that come with the unit on my Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit and it worked great and the keyboard and mouse funtionality work great in windows 7. I could see this being used by someone for Media Center installation. Although I already have a long range IOGear wireless keyboard/mouse for my Home Theater Media Center setup so I was more interested in the Android usage.
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