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HP Wireless Mini Keyboard (LK752AA#ABL)

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  • Silent operation - High-tech scissor switch keyboard design offers a quite experience.
  • Wireless freedom :Free yourself from wires with wireless keyboard up to 32 feet
  • Link-5 micro receiver - Save limited USB ports by linking upto five compatible HP wireless accessories to the same smallUSB receiver.
  • Just look for the Link-5 symbol.
  • Advanced 2.4GHz wireless technology for less delays or dropouts.
  • Link-5 micro receiver -
  • Save limited USB ports by linking upto five compatible HP wireless accessories to the same smallUSB receiver. Just look for the Link-5 symbol
  • Wireless freedom - Free yourself from wires with wireless keyboard - up to 32 feet.

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: HP
  • Model: LK752AA#ABL
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Color Name: black
  • Weight: 1.20 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 4.8 x 0.8 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004WK3G50
  • Item model number: LK752AA#ABL
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at April 13, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

High-Tech design: The black finish along with the low profile key design offers a distinctive style. The reduced foot-print design saves desktop space.

From the Manufacturer

Save space on your desk using the HP Wireless Mini Keyboard with HP Link-5 technology and optical finger navigation. This compact wireless keyboard has a USB receiver that can be shared among five HP accessories, including a variety of mice and other keyboards. Connect your laptop or desktop to different accessories without using software or taking up all of the USB ports on your computer.

Typing and pointing with wireless freedom and mobility. The HP Wireless Mini Keyboard has HP Link-5 technology, so the USB receiver works with multiple HP wireless accessories. This low-profile wireless keyboard also has optical finger navigation that lets you control your mouse smoothly and accurately. Plus, turn the volume up and down, and play and pause multimedia effortlessly with the touch of a finger. The compact size makes it easy to take this keyboard from room to room and on the go.

Link-5 Technology Logo
Connect up to five HP accessories using only one USB receiver
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YESMultimedia Keys
Control volume and multimedia with the touch of a finger

YESOptical Finger Navigation
Move and point your mouse smoothly and accurately

YES2.4GHz Wireless Technology
Control your PC from up to 30 feet away with less interference



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Compact-sized keys
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Wireless Type
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Up to 30 feet
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Battery Life
2 years
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Modern style with chiclet keys
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Dimensions (w x h x d)
10.48" x 0.82" x 4.85"
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PCs with Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista®/7
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Customer Reviews

Update for January 2012: It stopped working in under 3 months of once-a-week usage.
For me, it's great because it relieves the pain I get on my right shoulder and arm when using a conventional large keyboard with numeric keypads on the right.
J. Chen
Don't read this the wrong way - I knew it was a mini keyboard and that's what I wanted, but this was just too small.
Corey Kessler

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By DA on August 12, 2011
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Using this with ThinkPad W500 with Win XP.

The good:
Simple installation. Put in batteries then Plug in USB receiver/transmitter and it's done. The issue I have is the instructions are all pictures and no writing. Keyboard has a pretty good feel for a small keyboard. Not as good as my ThinkPad though. The so-called mouse is awkward to use, but it does work. The keyboard feels solidly built.

The bad:
1. HP provided three large sheets of paper that tell about regulation compliance and other non-operational info in about a dozen different languages but couldn't find the space for a paragraph about the power on/off behavior.
2. There is a picture pointing to an undocumented button on the bottom of the keyboard. It seems to be a power on/off button, but you have to hold it for a couple of seconds power off.
3. There is no description of how the on/off functions work. Nothing is said about the conditions under which the keyboard will automatically turn back on or if it will automatically turn off after a period of non-use
4. It seems that even when only using the notebook computer keyboard the mini keyboard automatically turns on. If the mini keyboard isn't being used, why turn it on? It also seems to turn on whenever the mini keyboard keys are pressed but not when the mini keyboard mouse is used. (This mouse check is the only way I have found to reveal whether the mini keyboard is active or not since pressing a key will turn it on.)
5. Nothing is said about whether an accidental key press while transporting the keyboard will turn the keyboard on and there is no way to determine whether it is on when it is not connected to a computer. (Can't do the mouse check)
6. Nothing is said about battery life.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By jake on June 20, 2011
i have an apple computer at home and i use an HP desktop for the office. i recently picked up the HP Pavilion HPE h8se series desktop and i loaded that thing up with every high end feature i could. when i buy a desktop computer, i make sure i won't be buying another one for at least 5 years. the computer has to be high end so that it lasts and it has to have a processor, video card, RAM memory, and hard drives that will not be obsolete in 5 years. i needed peripherals that were ergonomic and wouldn't take up too much space. so i decided to pick up this HP wireless mini keyboard. clearly the keyboard is a rip off of the design of apple's wireless keyboard as far as aesthetics, but HP pulls it off exquisitely with this keyboard. it is made of very high end materials and it has a built in mouse and mouse click buttons which actually work amazingly well even though i am currently using a separate HP wireless mouse.

the keyboard has the same type of feel to the keys as does apple's wireless keyboard, which is a good thing. this keyboard does not use bluetooth but it does have a mini USB receiver that can also control up to 5 other wireless devices. this is a very unique addition to this keyboard and i applaud HP for implementing it since it frees up additional USB ports on my computer. the keyboards wireless connection is one of the most solid connections i have ever seen. i have never lost any typed letters do to variations in the wireless signal. the sleep mode is fairly standard these days, but when the device wakes up from sleep mode it should work flawlessly and without delay. this keyboard fits the bill when it comes to reliability. one serious complaint i have with apple's peripherals is that when their bluetooth devices go to sleep, they have serious problems when they wake up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 27, 2013
I've had this keyboard for almost a year and have used it in a variety of modes 1) with an android tablet 2) keyboard for a desktop computer 3) slightly better keyboard for my netbook 4) with my TV as keyboard for an entertainmnet center.

The batteries last quite a long time. With mine, I find that I sometimes have to reinsert the batteries to get the keyboard to come out of sleep mode. The scissor keys are terrific and I actually find them very comfortable and as comfortable as more conventionally sized desktop keyboards. The little infrared device pairs immediately wtih every device I've ever tried it with. I think virtually everyone finds the pointing device a little strange and I did too until I started using it as the keyboard for a media center.

First, I found that it fits perfectly on my lap. Second, after sitting in an armchair and hooking my netbook up to my living room TV, I finally realized that the trackbad is meant to be used when picked up from my lap. Your fingers go under the keyboard and you put your thumbs on the trackpad and the "mouse button". That's the reason they're separated. They're really designed with two hand operation in mind. The mouse/trackpad is very accurate on a bigger screen and it turns the whole keyboard into a pointing device. Unlike conventional trackpads, there's also no way to accidentally move the cursor by hitting the trackpad with the heel of your hand.

In other words, this is a nearly ideal media center keyboard. IT's small, there's only one piece, the batteries last a very long time, and you don't need a tabletop or other surface for typing. Some have complained about the range of the infrared device, but I'm getting 30 feet though it's possibly because I have no obstructions in my room.
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