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iPazzPort 2.4GHz Mini Wireless Fly Keyboard with IR Remote

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  • 4 in 1: 2.4G , 3 axial Gyro-sensor, wireless keyboard and 2 mode IR learning remote.
  • 3 axial Gyro-sensor , it is convenient to operate in horizontal and vertical mode for game and typing.
  • Full QWERTY keyboard, Full Function keys.
  • With the feature of IR learning, it can quickly learn original code from other home electric appliance remote control.
  • 2 mode(AV/TV) IR learning remote control, can be paired with any home IR device.
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iPazzPort 2.4GHz Mini Wireless Fly Keyboard with IR Remote + Matricom G-Box MX2 Dual Core XBMC Android 4.2 TV Box + Special Edition XBMC + Rii i8 Mini 2.4GHz Wireless Touchpad Keyboard with Mouse for PC, PAD, XBox 360, PS3, Google Android TV Box, HTPC, IPTV (2.4G Black)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006OW1J1M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (231 customer reviews)

Product Description

Rechargeable Li-ion batteries: Last longer up to two weeks between charges.
Short recharge time: Around two hours can fully charge the battery.
2.4G wireless: Enjoy long-range wireless control from up to 10 metre (33 feet) away.
Backlighting: Makes text entry effortless even in low light conditions.
Mini USB dongle, inside case. It is convenient for carring.
Compact and lightweight.
Plug and play: no need to install software.
Support System:
-Google/ Android OS
-Mac OS
-Linux OS
-Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows CE, Windows Mobile
Specification:
Operating distance: 10 meters
Battery capacity: 800mA
Charge voltage/current: DC 5V/300mA
Standby time: 400 hours
Dimensions: 12.6 * 5.6 * 1.2cm
Weight: 86g
Package size: 18.5 * 9 * 4cm
Package weight: 199g
Packing List:
1 * Fly/keyboard with IR remote
l * USB receiver
l * USB cable for recharge
l * User manual

Customer Reviews

You can use the air mouse and keyboard to control a computer and the remote to control a TV or projector all with this one device!
alpha charlie
One thing that is kind of annoying is that the left and right mouse buttons are reversed (right click is on the left side, left click is on the right side).
Strungout999
With just a few lines of code I could have given this thing 5 stars without regret but there are a couple flaws that keep it from achieving greatness.
Brock

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Joshua-1 on May 23, 2012
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This keyboard/mouse/remote is as near perfect (for the price) as possible in my opinion.

My setup in the living room is a large television and an HTPC running XBMC. I've used at least five other devices or combination of devices to control this setup and each of them had their advantages and disadvantages. This remote/keyboard is much better than all of the other options overall, and even in situations where it isn't the best option, the compromises it makes make sense.

The importance of the IR remote on the back can't be overstated. Even though the buttons are limited, each of them has two modes (TV and AV). This remote would not be adequate for anything more than turning the television on, changing the channel, adjusting the volume and changing the input.... But that's all I needed it for anyway. These simple buttons allow me to throw my Television IR remote in the drawer and only take it out when I need to access some special function, which is almost never. In AV mode I mapped the buttons to common functions of the XBMC program, but all of those functions are also accessible from the keyboard side so it's somewhat redundant.

The keyboard itself is a good compromise. Since there's no need for a touchpad, there is more room for keys, which makes finding the character you need easier. Almost all the keys are pretty much where they would be on a full size KB, and those that have been relocated make some sort of sense. There are page up and page down keys on the side of the device, which I haven't ever needed but they don't get in the way either. A possible improvement would have been to reverse the Function and F keys by default. I press play a lot more often than I press F6.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jack Little on September 20, 2012
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This little guy really crams a lot of functions into a package with the size and feel of a medium-sized remote control alone. The pictures didn't really do it justice. All the keyboard and mouse functions are on one side of the device, and the IR (infra-red) AV remote buttons are on the flip side. Training the IR commands is very intuitive and much simpler than other learning remotes I've owned (which often require complicated de-coding [un-learning] steps if you make a mistake or wish to change a function). This unit will simply overwrite a key's previous code - which in my experience is far preferable to figuring out how to de-code what may have previously been programmed. Incidentally, because it is a learning remote, it can be trained to mimic most any IR remote control function. I've trained mine to mimic my WMC remote, a couple AVR functions, and even my retractable projection screen. Although it has only two modes (ostensibly TV and AVR), the buttons within each mode can learn commands from assorted remotes. You're not restricted to just two.

Tha air mouse takes a bit of getting used to (as does any HID format), but is remarkably precise. The greatest shortcoming is the inability to scroll or drag and drop. If I have a mouse-intensive task to do, I'll grab my optical mouse -- but this is my HTPC, after all. I don't use it for CAD designing or word processing. And it sure is great having a virtually full (albeit, no number pad) ILLUMINATED keyboard in the palm of my hand, for typing in Google search words or song/video titles from my media library.

My only complaint is that it is very easy to miss in the microscopically small print of the manual the fact there are two on/off switches -- one for the keyboard/mouse side, and another for the IR remote side.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Nickolas Heynderickx on July 26, 2012
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This little remote and the Amazon seller, "Key to Success" both deserve 5 stars. The remote arrived safely and promptly and I am impressed by the packaging and the quality of the remote itself. The included instructions took only a couple minutes to review and the step by steps actually had it tied to my computer in even less time. I thought there would be more to getting the "air mouse" working but once I plugged in the tiny wireless usb nub, the drivers self loaded, and bam, the cursor on the screen was being controlled by the remote.

Another reviewer mentioned the cursor jumping around so web buttons couldn't be clicked accurately. I noticed that too, however there's a huge button that will lock the cursor to the spot you want and then the left or right mouse buttons can be clicked. Simple!

I recently ordered a "mini" android pc (mk802) to turn our bedroom plasma tv into a cool computer-connected entertainment center. This remote with its back-lit keyboard, hand motion gyro sensor mouse, and additional learning IR remote (for turning the tv on and off) makes everything work together wonderfully.

And, yes, I am using it right now to type this review!
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dale on May 4, 2012
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This is my first product review on Amazon, because I just had to say how much I love this little gadget! It has turned four devices into one. I no longer need a separate mouse, keyboard, TV remote & DVD remote. In doing research, I quickly realized that it was down to 2 items. This one & similar devices which had a track pad instead of the air mouse. Realizing how many times I got frustrated over messed up typing on my laptop, due to accidentally touching the track pad, I did not want to repeat this headache. And forget the reviews that complain about a learning curve. If you can use a Wii or Kinect controller, you will master this thing in seconds. Indeed, the mouse buttons are backwards, but I imagine most people will use this with their right hand, therefore making the device actually easier to use. And I had no difficulty keeping the mouse pointer steady when clicking the mouse button.

I have only 3 very minor complaints. First, if the mouse pointer is inactive for awhile, then it goes to sleep/freezes, but a click of the middle mouse button quickly gets it going again. Second, the mouse pointer doesn't always stay aligned with this device. But I found a super easy way to deal with this is to just "bounce" the pointer against the TV screen edge & get it back to where you want it. And lastly, the user manual's broken English on how the device learns your TV/DVD remote's functions isn't that clear. Once you do understand, I found the way it does it is ingenious & intuitive & wished all universal remotes were this easy. All you basically have to do is:
1. On this device click on TV or AV (i.e. DVD player), then click the set button until the little light stays on.
2. Face the front of this device toward the face of your remote.
3. Click a function on this device (e.g.
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