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Microsoft All-In-One Media Keyboard (N9Z-00001)

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  • Integrated multi-touch track pad provides effortless navigation
  • Customizable media hotkeys provide one-touch access to your content1
  • Durable, spill-resistant design
  • Wireless connectivity (USB)
  • Volume controls are positioned for easy access
  • Basic keyboard functionality works with select USB HID compliant Smart TVs and gaming consoles2
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Microsoft All-In-One Media Keyboard (N9Z-00001) + Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 with Built-In Multi-Touch Touchpad
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.9 x 5.6 x 1.4 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00IICMUWS
  • Item model number: N9Z-00001
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 17, 2014
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Product Description

System Requirements

Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows RT 8.1,*** Windows RT,*** and Windows 7USB port; Proprietary 2.4 GHzHard Drive: Windows 150 MB2 AAA alkaline batteries included

Overview

Sit back and do more

Connect your Windows PC to your TV* and effortlessly control and navigate the web and all your music, photos, and movies from the comfort of your couch. Wirelessly connect to your PC and control your media content from anywhere within a 10-meter range.**

Customizable media hotkeys give you one-touch access to your favorite web and media content on your PC. Navigate effortlessly on a spacious keyboard with multi-touch trackpad integration.

Durable for everyday life

Built with a durable, spill-resistant design, the All-In-One Media Keyboard is the perfect device for home entertainment and students living in dorms or group housing. Powered by just two inexpensive AAA batteries, enjoy up to 9 months of battery life.

* Requires compatible PC to be connected to your TV via HDMI cable (sold separately) or Miracast wireless.
** RF range is affected by many factors, such as nearby metallic objects and relative positioning of the keyboard and receiver.
*** Advanced functionality not available with all devices.


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Customer Reviews

The touchpad is very responsive and tracks my movements precisely.
SmurfsRiot
Of course, you do not have to use it only for media things - it can also be used as an all in one keyboard and mouse just to operate your pc normally as well.
Robert Riggs
With the macros the keyboard has, it makes both gaming and general computer use that much easier.
J. Murray

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Criqui on May 4, 2014
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Like others, I bought this to replace a Logitech K400, which suffers from the worst keyboard layout in the history of computing. The keyboard layout on this is much better, but a slew of other issues make the keyboard unusable for me.

- The function keys are set to media keys by default and you have to press the Fn key to make them act like the F1-F12 keys. Type Ctrl-F4 to close a browser tab? Nope, you just put your computer to sleep. Try to re-train 10 years of muscle memory to use Ctrl-Fn-F4 instead.
- The documentation is extremely sparse. There may be an Fn-lock function that would resolve my first issue, but it's not documented anywhere and I haven't been able to find it by experimenting.
- Complete lack of Home and End keys.
- Poorly thought out touch pad. Very jittery and extremely difficult to accurately position the pointer. It is sooo frustrating to move the pointer over a button and have it jump away when you lift your finger in order to tap on it.
- There is no Caps Lock indicator (beep, LED or on screen display) and the key cannot be disaBLED.

I'm glad I kept the box so I can return this. I'll suffer with the K400 until someone finally gets it right.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Raymond R. Loscar on May 7, 2014
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I really like the keyboard. I am using it with my Windows 8.1 Desktop computer. It's very comfortable, and made well. I am a mouse guy and I find that the track pad works so well that I don't use my mouse much any more. The little round left mouse button on the top left hand side of the keyboard is well placed and makes moving and resizing windows with the track pad really natural. The tap for click and two finger right-click make the track pad really comfortable/natural to use. The other gestures are also handy.

My only gripe is the missing Home/End keys. I was a little surprised that Home/End wasn't possible with Fn + Left/Fn + Right which works on my Microsoft Surface Keyboard. My workaround for the Home Key was simple -- I was able to customize the "Home Page" key above the track pad with a macro to act as the "Home" key. Unfortunately, the other programmable keys can't be assigned a macro. I hope that Microsoft adjusts the software to support macros on all of the programmable keys.

The thing that would make this keyboard pretty much perfect is if the keys were backlight like the new Surface 2 keyboards -- I love that feature.

UPDATE: I was easily able to convert the programmable "Media" key into an "End" key. While the "Media" key doesn't allow you to assign a macro, it does allow you to select a program to run. So I wrote a very simple "EndKeyApp.exe" program and it works perfectly.

To create the EndKeyApp create a C# Windows Forms app using Microsoft Visual Studio. Then paste the following code over the code in the Form1.cs window/file. Once compiled the app will send the "End" key to the current application and then close. If you don't know how to compile the following code -- get some help from an IT person.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Dave on April 26, 2014
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I was looking for something that felt a bit nicer than the Logitech K400 keyboard (which is a very solid keyboard and trackpad overall but the plastic construction can feel cheap).
The microsoft keyboard is a bit longer, but very well built-- very solid keyboard and overall feel. But they really dropped the ball on the trackpad. It's bigger, but made of a very cheap, coarse material that doesn't register touch movements very well. Even worse, the input/output on the trackpad is choppy at times which is probably a software issue.
I'm definitely returning this keyboard and buying another K400. This keyboard made me appreciate Logitech's attention to detail and getting everything right. Logitech's trackpad is not as big but is just right for basic HTPC navigation.

I would also like to say that I'm very disappointed that the VIne reviewer did not flag this trackpad issue. I purchased this keyboard when that was the only review. Hopefully others do not make the same mistake.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Rodriguez on May 20, 2014
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I ordinarily don't leave reviews for my purchases, but this keyboard works so well that I feel I should. I got this as a replacement to an older MS mouse and keyboard combo that was much bulkier, and the separate keyboard was difficult to use on odd surfaces. This keyboard corrected all of the issues I had with my previous keyboard and mouse. The trackpad being built into the keyboard makes it usable on any surface, plus the multitouch gestures work very well and are extremely convenient to have. I can also leave the keyboard on my lap while typing, watching movies, or other tasks without it feeling uncomfortable. The only thing I disliked was that the function key shortcuts work without having to press the fn key plus the f key with the shortcut. For example, the first time I pressed alt+f4 to bring up the shutdown menu in Windows 8.1, it instead put my laptop to sleep because f4 is the sleep shortcut. Afterwards I realized I needed to hold the right alt key+fn and then press f4 to bring up the menu instead of the sleep shortcut. This is a small thing though that I've easily gotten used to. Overall I would recommend this to anyone looking for a new mouse/keyboard combo. For $40 you can't go wrong with keyboard.
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