|Item model number||K4R-US|
|Operating System||Chrome os, Windows 7, Mac os|
|Item Weight||11.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 14.7 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5 x 14.7 x 0.9 inches|
|Date First Available||March 26, 2019|
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AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad for Smart TV - US Layout (QWERTY)
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- All-in-one wireless (non-bluetooth) keyboard with touchpad for easily navigating your smart TV-connected PC
- Slim design works well in the living room; 10-meter (33-foot) wireless range promotes a reliable connection even in larger rooms
- Keyboard with familiar US layout (QWERTY) and handy media keys; large integrated touchpad—use 2 fingers to scroll up/down or left/right and pinch out to zoom in or pinch in to zoom out
- Plug-and-play design with USB receiver for simple set-up; compatible with Windows 7, 8, 10; Chrome OS; Mac OS; and Smart TVs that support HID technology. Note that the provided connector is USB-A, if your device only supports USB-C an additional adapter will be required.
- Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty
- IMPORTANT - This keyboard is compatible with most computer and basic keyboard functionality works with USB HID compliant Smart TVs, but some special function keys are not compatible for every brand of Smart TV due to customization OS
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AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad for Smart TVs
US Layout (QWERTY)
Conveniently control your computer through your smart TV with this AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad for Smart TVs. The familiar keyboard makes typing a breeze, while its integrated touchpad allows for user-friendly navigation. Whether checking Facebook, shopping online, or scrolling through streaming-video options for movie night, the wireless TV keyboard with touchpad puts the controls of your smart TV-connected computer right at your fingertips.
Even more, the unit provides a slim, space-saving silhouette that’s perfect for use in the living room. The AmazonBasics wireless keyboard makes it easy to navigate your PC-to-TV entertainment—all from the comfort of your couch.
Offering a reliable long-range 10-meter (33-foot) wireless connection, the keyboard promotes responsive, uninterrupted performance, even in larger-size rooms. Watch movies, stream music, and more without missing a beat.
Windows and Mac Compatible
The wireless keyboard works with Windows 7, 8, and 10; Chrome OS; Mac OS; and with Smart TVs that support HID technology.
- All-in-one keyboard/touchpad for a smart TV-connected computer
- Navigate streaming entertainment with ease
- 10-meter (33-foot) wireless range
- Space-saving design—ideal for the living room
- Comfortable, familiar keys and large touchpad
- Plug-and-play design with USB receiver
- Windows and Mac compatible
- Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty
Keyboard with Built-in Touchpad
Ditch the clutter of multiple devices, and use the slim living-room keyboard to easily navigate all your streaming PC-to-TV entertainment. The AmazonBasics keyboard provides a familiar layout, plus media keys for timesaving shortcuts.
The keyboard’s large integrated touchpad ensures intuitive convenience—use two fingers to scroll up/down or left/right and pinch out to zoom in or pinch in to zoom out.
Simple Plug-and-Play Set-Up
Setting up the wireless TV keyboard is a breeze thanks to its plug-and-play design (no drivers needed). Just insert the included small receiver into a USB port, and it’s good to go.
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|Item Dimensions||5.00 x 14.70 x 0.90 inches||13.95 x 5.50 x 0.93 inches||13.94 x 5.16 x 0.67 inches||15.10 x 5.59 x 1.65 inches||14.46 x 0.78 x 4.62 inches||11.60 x 5.40 x 0.76 inches|
|Item Weight||0.72 lbs||0.86 lbs||0.68 lbs||1.09 lbs||1.10 lbs||—|
IMPORTANT - This keyboard is compatible with most computer and basic keyboard functionality works with USB HID compliant Smart TVs, but some special function key is not compatible for every brand of Smart TV due to customization OS.
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They keyboard is thin, which is nice, but feels cheaply made -- fine for the price. It's not high end, but works fine for casual use.
The trackpad was AWFUL on stock Raspberry Pi NOOBS. I plugged the dongle up to a Mac, and it worked just fine.
I found a modification you can make on the Pi to help. Edit the "boot/cmdline.txt" file and add this to the end:
After that, the trackpad works fine. BUT, if you ever boot into RECOVERY MODE in NOOBS, it doesn't use this file and the mouse is frustratingly sluggish. Still, it's okay in an emergency. (I had issues with a different OS that did not use this text file, and do not know how to fix it).
I don't know what's different about this wireless mouse (a standalone wireless mouse with a dongle I just got works fine on the Pi with no changes), but that's my only complaint. The cheapness of the keyboard is fine because it is a cheap keyboard.
I recommend, with those caveats.
1: Instead of scrolling with two-finger scroll, use Fn+Down Arrow to scroll quicker, as scrolling through a browser window isn't too quick with this. You can do it, but it seems as though the touch-pad is not working very well.
2: Try using your thumb to control the mouse. Conveniently enough, the location of the touchpad makes this an easier solution for one-handed mouse usage.
3: There are dedicated keyboard buttons for back, alt-tab, menu buttons, etc. Unfortunately for me, this makes hitting F1-F12 with a keyboard shortcut difficult. It's doable, but I had my TV backlight configured to use alt-ctrl-F11 for "Turning on" and alt-ctrl-F12 for "Turning off", so I need to re-configure this to another shortcut.
Some mild complaints, the keyboards play/pause, forward, and backwards buttons don't work in Kodi on Linux. This might not be related to the keyboard, but I figured I'd put it in there.
All in all, I'm happy with this keyboard. I need to make some adjustments to my way of doin' things to get the most out of it, but it's acceptable. Other keyboards might be better, others are definitely worse.
The signal often cuts in and out, and the keys/touch pad rarely register when I'm trying to use it. Something as simple as navigating menus while installing a program like office was a pain purely for the fact that the mouse pointer would move a little, then stop, and I had to keep dragging my finger over and over again to just get it to where I could click something.
They keyboard worked fine for the first 10 mins or so, and then eventually wouldn't register my key presses until I cycled power to the keyboard. I thought 20 bucks was something I wouldn't miss if it was going to make the process of setting up my computer more convenient, and I could also have this on hand as a backup in case my main keyboard ever died on me. This thing isn't even worth the box it was packaged in.
Save yourself some trouble and buy the Logitech k400 instead. Hopefully I was able to save someone the hassle of getting an oversided paperweight instead of a low-end keyboard.
***update*** ive grown to very much dislike this keyboard. it is not only bad but aggravatingly bad. hate it. do better amazon. this is oppressively bad. have some respect for your "amazon basics" badge. it should mean something.
Now that I've been able to type on this keyboard, I find that the keys are a little sticky and the "Home" and "End" keys that I use a lot for typing documents are tiny and require you to press the FN key at the same time. Not for typists!
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As for the trackpad portion, I don't really use it as I prefer to use a regular mouse but it does work perfectly.
Would buy this again however as the price is so competitive!