- Brand Name: SANOXY®
- Model Number: Androset_AIR-KYB-MOUSE
- Item Package Quantity: 1
ANDROSET Mini 2.4GHz Wireless Air Keyboard and Air Mouse with 3D Gaming Support for PC and Android
|Price:||$29.99 + $3.99 shipping|
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- Plug and play. Works with nearly every Windows, Linux and Android device imaginable.
- Specially optimized for Android set top boxes and Android streaming/gaming devices
- Works with 3 AAA Batteries
- Great for your home theater pc controller whether its XBMC, Ouya, Raspberry Pi, Raspbmc, Plex, PlayStation or Xbox
- Compatible OS: Windows, Android, iOS, Linux
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ANDROSET hand-held wireless air mouse keyboard is a portable small-sized unit which integrates the functions of keyboard and mouse. You can hold and swing it around. It has both left and right mouse buttons right where your thumb rests.
Built-in gyroscope allows the on screen mouse to be controlled through natural hand gestures. Flip the keyboard over and you'll find Android specific keys supporting the multitude of android streaming and gaming devices. Supports Android somatic/3D motion gaming. Its your open source gaming controller with a keyboard. Plug and play wireless connectivity. Compatible with Windows, Linux and Android.
3 Axial Gyro-sensor
Convenient to operate in horizontal and vertical mode for game and typing.Windows Multimedia Control, Perfect control PC entertainment features; One Button, Convenient Operation in Horizontal and Vertical Modes
12 Hot Keys
More Hot-keys for easy and convenient use; Perfect to use on Android Smart TV Box, MID Tablet PC, Android Smart TV Box, Android Smart TV Dongle;
- Acceleration Sensor3 :axes gyroscope
- Gyro-sensor: 3 axes g-sensor
- Communication: 2.4 Ghz
- Working Distance: 10-20m
- Frequency :2.400-2.483Ghz
- Battery: 3 AAA Batteries (Not Included)
- Indicator: 2 LED indicators
- System: Compatible for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Android
Top Customer Reviews
Now, I suppose that I could have gone the Bluetooth adapter route but, frankly, without a coffee table what was I going to run it on? My leg? And since those presentation remotes are designed for Power Point, I wasn't sure that any of them would work for what I needed; which was basically a mouse in a remote form.
Enter this little remote which, seemed a little too good to be true given the price and all, but despite my misgivings- this thing really does work. Seriously, all I have to do is hook up my lappy and turn him on for the night. I can even switch the displays using the remote from my couch and even turn it off at the end of the evening without ever having to cross the room- so he's back to normal and ready for work the next morning without any extra fuss.
The unit itself comes in a small box with the remote, the IR USB adaptor, a slip of paper for the instructions and that's it. The English in the instructions is- well, horrid, but understandable. (It's a remote so, there's really not a lot to explain anyway).Read more ›
After more testing with Chinavision CVSB-983 in Logitech Harmony Remote Software, I've found that a couple functions are missing and/or broken. Specifically, "Mouse Up" sends the mouse Up-Left, "NumLock" seems to do nothing, and "Open" is missing/cannot be sent with the Harmony remote. Note, however, that this is a flaw with Logitech's software, not this remote; I only share this for those who might benefit from it.
-Works without drivers-
First off, know this: the remote/dongle combination is really just remote-shaped IR wireless keyboard+mouse with specialized keys. This is why it doesn't need additional drivers - it just uses the built in standard HID drivers every generic mouse and keyboard use. I've run it through autohotkey's keypress monitor and found that the media buttons (play, stop, volume, WWW, etc...) produce the exact same scancodes as any other keyboard's media keys, and the rest of the buttons produce either one or two keyboard strokes. My findings have been uploaded to a table in the images section.
-Works with Logitech Harmony-
I see there's a lot of debate as to whether or not this remote can be emulated with a Logitech Harmony, and I suspect there's more to it than yes or no. For the record, I purchased this remote (...Read more ›
Here's how to setup the Remote's Hotkeys under Windows... Right click your mouse on your player shortcut (hopefully located on your Desktop, else you will need to create one), and then clicking "Properties". In the "Properties" screen there is a text box labeled "Shortcut Key". Click on this text box and press the "ALT and A" keys simultaneously. Click the "OK" button . Now the player's shortcut will run whenever the remote's "A" Hotkey is pressed. Now wasn't that easy!
If you want to assign the "B" key to another player (or any other application you wish to start), then use "ALT and B". Hotkey "C" use "ALT and C". Hotkey "D" use "ALT and D". If you want more than one application to open when you press the "A" Hotkey, then in the second application's short cut use "ALT and 1". A third application can be started by using "ALT and F1". This works because when you press the "A" Hotkey the remote sends three strings of control characters sequentially (Ctrl +Alt+A, then Ctrl+Alt+1, then Ctrl+Alt+F1) and can open three separate applications.
Would you like an easy way to type text using your remote without having to resort to pressing number keys (like you would on a cheap cell phone). In Windows 7 (and may be available in earlier version too) you can use the On-Screen Keyboard (OSK).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I dont usually write reviews, but have to say this is one of the first times got that just way seller said it would. this thing is greatPublished 12 months ago by Richard Murphy
Very cheaply made, hard to make it do what it's supposed to. Buy it for the sensor, toss the remote in the trash.Published 14 months ago by SwipSwapStAugustine
doesn't work very well. Money would be better spent on another product. The size and shape is not confortablePublished 15 months ago by Sloth
I ordered the small remote-sized version, and it works great. The receiver feels a little fragile like the cord might disconnect easily, but because I rarely mess with it, this... Read morePublished 17 months ago by MRC