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Adesso 2.4 GHz RF Wireless SlimTouch Mini Keyboard with Touchpad (WKB-4000US)
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- Connectivity: 2.4GHz wireless RF technology with 12 channels (65,000 IDs per channel)
- Keyboard Layout: Scissor-Switch 87-Key US Layout
- Magnetic Receiver Holder on the back of keyboard for storage
- Power ON/OFF Switch for increased energy saving
- Battery Low LED indicator
- 2 AAA batteries Included
- Range: 30 feet (10m)
- Power Sleep Mode: 5 minutes (if not used)
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- Brand Name: Adesso
- Model Number: WKB-4000US
- Connectivity Technology: Wireless
- Keyboard Description: QWERTY
- Color: White
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|Model Year||2004||2004||2015||Information not provided|
|Item Weight||1.25 pounds||1.88 pounds||0.86 pounds||0.95 pounds|
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Built with an integrated touchpad, this wireless, space-saving, lightweight keyboard with a stylish slim design is the perfect solution for tight spaces or any environment.
The Adesso Wireless SlimTouch Mini Keyboard (aka. SlimTouch 4000) is the perfect keyboard solution for tight spaces; living rooms, kiosks/stations, conference rooms and workgroup project environments, as it is wireless, lightweight, and portable. This keyboard features 2.4 GHz RF connectivity, an ultra-slim and stylish design, and an integrated touchpad, eliminating the need for a mouse. Power management features are also included, such as the Sleep Mode and Power On/Off Switch, allowing users to switch their power off while away, extending battery life. This unique keyboard design complements beautifully with desktop PC systems, flat LCD monitors, and tablet PC's in modern office environments. Its small, compact size makes it extremely mobile and fits easily in a briefcase or a backpack. The USB mini-receiver plugs directly into a notebook or a PC, providing wireless connectivity up to 30 feet.
SlimTouch 4000 - Wireless Touchpad Mini Keyboard Features
- 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency Wireless Technology
- 3” x 1.75” Built-in Touch Pad with Scrolling Feature
- Power-Saving On/Off Switch
- Low-Battery Indicator
- Fast and Quiet Scissor-Switch Keys
- Connect Button for Easy Connection
2.4 GHz Radio Frequency Wireless Technology
• Brings 30 feet of wireless freedom
• Eliminates clutter and tangles
• Helps save desktop space
Built-in Touchpad & Palm Rest
• Centered for comfort, with 2 buttons & scrolling feature
• Eliminates a need for a mouse or extra space
• Gives your palm a place of rest when typing or not typing
Power-saving Features & Easy Connect Button
• Has a Sleep Mode that helps save battery
• Has Power On/Off switch to save extra battery life
• Connects easily to the USB receiver by a press of a button
• Uses key switches with a quieter and faster typing response
• Has smooth, low-profile style of keys
What is in the box?
• Wireless SlimTouch Mini Keyboard
• 2.4 GHz RF Mini USB Receiver
• (2) AAA Battery
• Quickstart Guide
• Windows-based PC: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8
• USB port
• CD-ROM drive or Internet connection
|Ideal Use||Home/Office, POS, Industrial, Small-Medium Spaces||Various, POS, Kiosks, Cramped Areas||Various, POS, Kiosks, Cramped Areas||Home/Office, POS, Industrial, Small-Medium Spaces|
|Keyboard Layout||105-Keys US||87-Keys US||87-Keys US||104-Keys US|
|Extra Key Functions||12 Hotkeys (7 Multimedia, 5 Internet)||Embedded Numeric Keypad||Embedded Numeric Keypad||12 Hotkeys (7 Multimedia, 5 Internet)|
|Keyboard Type||Low-Profile, Scissor-Switch Keys||Low-Profile, Scissor-Switch Keys||Low-Profile, Scissor-Switch Keys||Low-Profile, Scissor-Switch Keys|
|Dimensions||15.5" x 7.8" x 0.4"||11.75" x 8.25" x 0.8"||11.75" x 8.25" x 0.8"||18" x 6.5" x 0.9"|
|Touchpad Dimension||2.5" x 1.5"||3" x 1.75"||3" x 1.75"||2.3" x 1.5"|
|Weight||1.4 lbs.||1.25 lbs.||1.25 lbs.||1.9 lbs.|
Top Customer Reviews
1. Don't forget to hit a key twice (recommend SHIFT) to wake it up.
2. If you are dropping keys or have choppy mouse movements:
A. Try swapping with known good batteries.
B. Reposition the USB adapter. I got much better range by using an USB extension cable to relocate the adapter. Just moving the adapter six inches away from the computer case made all the difference. It eliminated keyboard dead zones.
C. Avoid wireless conflicts between the keyboard and wireless router by locking your router to a different wireless channel. Try channel 11. I found lower channels would conflict with the unit. Conflict issue is indicated by choppy mouse movements coinciding with wireless activity. Possibly wireless phones or microwaves could interfere too.
D. Switch wireless router's operating modes away from 802.11b. Try 802.11g-only or 802.11n-only if possible. I was able to more channels wireless router channels when I changed modes.
E. If shortcut keys ( Alt-<key> ) aren't working, it's because num-lock is on. I prefer to set the BIOS to turn off num-lock when booting.
F. 802.11 wireless activity will interfere with operation. Look for ways to reduce 802.11 activity.
G. Best to have a clear line of sight between keyboard and USB adapter. A couch's back or a body can greatly weaken the signal.
3. If the unit is dead, you may have accidentally pushed the USB adapter's tiny "sw" button. It's used to pair with your keyboard. Re-pair by pushing sw again and pressing keyboard's FN key within 15 seconds.
Thanks to the myriad of reviews, product works exactly as expected. Yes, it works well with Vista without drivers.Read more ›
For all those reviewers complaining about the auto power off and no on/off switch. To wake up the keyboard, HIT THE ENTER KEY TWICE!!!!!! You DO NOT need to take out the batteries. This is documented in the product lit, just not very well - hence the 4 stars.
I plugged in the USB dongle, put the batteries in the keyboard and then powered on my Mac. Setup was unbelievably simple. I read the Adesso instructions for setting up the keyboard but that was not necessary. The Mac recognized that a new keyboard was plugged in and just asked the normal setup questions of hitting the key to the left and key to the right of the shift key so it would know what type of keyboard it is dealing with and I was off and running.
The keyboard works flawlessly. Within 5 minutes, I was operating my iTunes from downstairs and checking my e-mail on the big screen. What a sweet set up.
An added bonus is that this does not interfere with my Apple bluetooth keyboard that I use on my desk with the Mac. I can switch back and forth between the Adesso and the Apple bluetooth keyboards seamlessly.
For what I want to do, this keyboard is perfect.
This keyboard has good key feel, a built in pointing device, and is a nice size (about 8.5x11) for the couch. Unfortunately, it sometimes, and often enough to be annoying but not enough to be unusable, stops responding. Missing a keystoke or two, or not responding to your touch on the pad. A second later it will start acting normal.
I have this behavior even with 100% fresh batteries, and I'm not mistaking it for the auto-sleep function. I mean, you'll be typing, and it will stop responding for a few seconds.
Perhaps this is a wireless issue; it does use the crowded 2.4ghz band and I live in an apartment and run a wireless network. Then again, I figure that's true of many people who would buy this product...so it'd be nice if they could design around those impediments.
I suppose it's also possible I have a defective keyboard, but enough people have commented on this as a problem that I suspect it's just the design.
So. Works pretty well, but I'll have my eye out for any new products in this vein...
I contacted Adesso about my problems and they suggested that I return the keyboard under warranty. Doing so was fairly painless, it took a week out and a week back (UPS ground, I pay to get it to them). But: new keyboard still has the problem of intermittent response. It seems to me that having it on my lap or on a flat surface like my ottoman blocks the transmitting antenna; it seems to work fine if I hold it with just one hand and type with the other--but that's not a very usable operating position...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I truly love the size and feel of this smaller keyboard, but it doesn't last. I've gone through two in just about a year. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Addict
Works mostly as advertised. The mouse is not quite as responsive as I'd like, especially if you try and type with it on the table. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bronco Maniac
The touch pad is not as good as my previous keyboard.. and it doesnt tell you the batteries are going dead it just starts acting funny.Published 23 months ago by jeffrey Corbett
I like to use the keyboard on my laptop with the pad instead of using a mouse. I bought this to use with the larger monitor at work instead of using the laptop which is a strain... Read morePublished on June 19, 2014 by Lauren Wolf
This is a combo review of both the old and new versions of the Adesso WKB-4000US. Adesso released a newer version of this keyboard without updating the model number (not sure... Read morePublished on June 11, 2014 by Buyer10
this keyboard is pretty nice as others have said but it has one big flaw where as your typing the cursor will jump to other places since your thumbs will graze the touch pad making... Read morePublished on April 2, 2014 by Kal-El's Housesitter
Awesome. Thank you. Just got it, cannot comment on battery life, but it was so easy to set up (once I inserted the batteries correctly !). Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by Makaleka
Great small all in one keyboard. I use it for my 'entertainment media pc' and it works great. Nice to have the touch pad right on the keyboard since I use this keyboard while... Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by S. Johnson