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Smart Touch Mini USB TouchPad Keyboard
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- Smart Touch Technology
- 4 Multimedia Hot Keys
- 82-Key Mini USB Keyboard
- Optimized for Windows 7
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- Brand Name: Gear Head
- Model Number: KB3700TP
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Keyboard Description: QWERTY
- Color: Black
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This is NOT a good keyboard if you want to write a book or play a game. For that, you want something a lot bigger.
It IS a good keyboard if need a super-small controller for a computer that is mostly used for viewing media. For that, it is perfect.
Note: This is a Windows keyboard, but it works just fine on my Mac. It only takes a second to figure out which Windows keys correspond to which Mac keys.
To accommodate all the keys, some keys are doubled up and accessed by a special function key. For example to access Home or End you have to press Fn-Left Arrow or Fn-Right Arrow, similar to some laptops. The F11 and F12 keys are also accessed by Fn-F1 and Fn-F2 for example.
The touch pad worked find and there are buttons above it for pause/play, volume up/down/mute. However since those keys don't help me much on a server, I'd have opted for the page-up/down and Home/End instead (so you didn't have to access via the function key).
Num-lock turns some of the keys into a number pad, similar to some laptops.
Again, for my needs as a tool kit keyboard and mouse it was exactly what I needed. I would not want to use this for every-day use.
In short, I can and do 'touch type' on both a desktop and mainly on notebook computers, but can work okay with a touch keyboard as well, and this one seems to be in between these two experiences. It is similar to using the really compact and... interesting chiclet keyboard style some netbooks used to ship with. It does take getting used to, such as accidentally pressing Del when Backspace was intended, the quotation key moved by the arrow keys, and an insert key placed awkwardly. Otherwise, with a few hours of getting used to working with it, it's acceptable to use. It just takes a little more time to get over accidents from being used to a 'real' keyboard, but it's nothing for this to lose stars over. It's to be expected in a keyboard this small!
Outside of the layout, the feel of the keyboard is rather good considering the great price this sells for, offering two great products in one minute piece! However, don't expect ThinkPad or Apple quality out of these keys... think more of a really basic keyboard that needs TLC to work well. :) The touchpad is not multi-touch, though you can do a two-finger click to right-click on it (and if I remember right, a middle-click) and it has the standard two buttons on the bottom. The pad does work well for a mouse, but movement is rigid and doesn't have much speed and flow to it, like one of the trackpads from the 90s.Read more ›
I wrote this part before I found out more about what I was doing [I bought this to use with the latest Raspberry Pi and it works well as a keyboard (most of the time). The mouse (track pad) does not lend itself to use with LXDE, it is very jumpy and acts like it's trying to avoid going where you want it. That makes any operation lengthy and a little frustrating. What I can find about that problem, so far, is that it seems to be incompatible with the Raspberry and/or its operating system. How do I resolve that with the reports of others using for just that purpose? I can't.]
Well, I can resolve it much better now. What I was seeing was the effect caused by loading down the USB. This keyboard/touch pad is not back lit and I presumed it had no unusually high current draw. I find, as I use it now through a powered USB hub that there are no undesirable characteristics. The Pi is powered by a 2.1 amp charger but, apparently, is still very sensitive to loads on the USB connectors. The keyboard works beautifully, it's small, easily portable, and very workable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
small, plug and play, I use it sometimes with PC sometimes with tablet ..the touch mouse pad working as expected if working too fast or too slow you can adjust it under system... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kasia
This is a reasonable travel keyboard, but would never do as a replacement for a regular keyboard. I bought it to use with a robotics controller and it Is fine for that, although... Read morePublished 10 days ago by C. Winton
In our data center, we use this to access multiple machines via a USB patch bay. It's very small, which is good, since it has to fit on a rack shelf. Read morePublished 13 days ago by jeff hollis
None of my pc's recognize this keyboard/mouse until Windows is loaded. That means I can't modify the BIOS. The mouse also sometimes jumps around a lot when using the touchpad. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jordan Duerksen
Great little keyboard. I was a it skeptical when ordering it, but was I pleasantly surprised, the small compact size makes so convenient. Read morePublished 22 days ago by reviewer00
I perchist this for a Samsung smart tv that has a USB port for keyboard mouse it's perfect for what we needed.Published 1 month ago by Dale R. Doty
We ordered this keyboard for a one-handed child typist. The small size is great! The distance between Q and P keys is 6. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melanie
Touch pad is overly sensitive. I am always inadvertently clicking on something I don't want to. Ended up connecting a mouse to the computer.Published 2 months ago by RatherBeTraveling