FAVI 2.4GHz Wireless USB Mini Keyboard w Mouse Touchpad, Laser Pointer - US Version (Includes Warranty) - Black (FE01-BL)
|Price:||$23.49 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Only products shipped from and sold by authorized resellers such as Amazon.com can ensure that you will be receiving products that have a valid warranty.
- Award winning FAVI mini keyboard with Touchpad includes qwerty keyboard, multimedia hotkeys, d-pad, laser pointer and touchpad mouse
- Compatible with Windows PCs & laptops (8/7/Vista/XP), gaming devices (Wii, PS3, Xbox), HTPC programs (XBMC, Plex), tablets and many TV Internet boxes
- Plug and play USB Wireless receiver (2.4GHz/RF), works up to 40 feet away from the keyboard
- Use the dedicated right/left mouse buttons or tap the touchpad for left click, Rechargable battery lasts up to 6 months
- What's in the box? 1 x mini keyboard, 1 x wireless USB dongle, 1 x USB charging cable, 1 x user guide
There is a newer model of this item:
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Compare to Similar Items
This item: FAVI 2.4GHz Wireless USB Mini Keyboard w Mouse Touchpad, Laser Pointer - US Version (Includes Warranty) - Black (FE01-BL)
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Item Weight||1 pounds||Information not provided||0.4 pounds||0.86 pounds|
Please help us improve this feature. Tell us what you think of this feature.
Three-In-One Wireless Multimedia Keyboard
The FAVI FE01 is a fully functional wireless USB keyboard and touchpad mouse combination that easily fits inside your pocket. Available in black, silver, and green, the FE01 is a stylish and versatile accessory. Complete with a built-in laser pointer, and compatible with any device that supports a standard USB keyboard, the FE01 is a great portable solution for presentations, gaming, HTPC control, mobile device control, lectures, and classroom teaching. The touch pad can be flipped for use when the keyboard is held either vertically like a remote control, or horizontally. 2.4g wireless technology allows for remarkable performance from a device smaller and slimmer than many TV remote controls.
The touchpad adds mouse functionality right on the remote and can be used in a horizontal or vertical position. To switch between horizontal or vertical mode, simply hold the Fn key and hit the Alt key.
Auto Sleep And Wake Feature
This keyboard also features an auto sleep and auto wake mode. If there is a long period of inactivity, the keyboard will automatically go into a sleep mode. To exit sleep mode, press any key.
Use the built-in laser pointer for presentations at work or on the road. This keyboard must be turned on to use the laser pointer. While the keyboard is on, just press and hold the laser pointer switch.
- Three-in-One multimedia wireless keyboard (keyboard, touchpad, laser pointer)
- Built-in rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery charges via any standard USB port
- Auto sleep and wake
- Touchpad supports horizontal or vertical use
- 2.4GHz USB wireless receiver, works up to 30 feet away
What's In The Box
- USB to Mini USB Adapter
- Power Cable
FAVI Entertainment Wireless Keyboards
Computer/Laptop (Mac, Windows 2000/XP/7/8) Compatible
Smartphone/Tablet (Android, iPhone) Compatible
FAVI SmartStick Compatible
Apple TV Compatible
Top Customer Reviews
Right out of the box, I tried using it on my office computer - worked like a champ. When I got home, I tried using it on my laptop which was connected to my home theater projector - again, worked like a champ. Then came the problem... the next day the unit became completely unresponsive. I tried all the trouble shooting that I could think of and read on the manufacturer's website but nothing fixed the issue. I even tried using it in different locations on several different computers and still no fix. What I find odd is that the back light is no longer working either. I know it's not a battery issue as this has been charged fully twice in an effort to troubleshoot and fix the problem. I also tried changing the rf but again, that didn't help.
Something that I found disappointing was the lack of support. If you go to the manufacturer's web site, you will understand precisely what I mean. This is the first thing that I can think of that the support was so lousy - not even a phone number to call!
I am going to try using another - I asked for a replacement because when this unit was working, I loved it (I was even thinking about ordering another one for work/office use). I will report back later as to what I find with the second device.Read more ›
First of all, the good. Ubuntu had no problem with the device, it worked the very instant I plugged the wireless USB receiver into the computer. It was already charged when I received it, which was extra nice. It took me a moment to figure out that the receiver fits inside the device itself when you're not using it, which is a pretty clever design if you're planning on using it at different computers. Range is good; I'd say it's 95% reliable within 30ft, but drops off pretty rapidly around 35-40ft from the receiver.
The available keys are good and make sense. The volume and playlist control buttons were especially nice, since they fit my media center setup perfectly. The backlight toggle is great. They also did a good job of including keys that don't get much use by regular users but still come up enough to be annoying if they were left out.
Now for the bad stuff, which really isn't very much. The trackpad is decent, but is also sometimes a bit annoying. It's not quite as precise as what I'd expect from a laptop trackpad, but it's not really bad for the price. It also doesn't register taps very well, which would be a bigger issue if not for the nicely-positioned left and right mouse buttons. Incomplete function key selection could be an issue for some users.Read more ›
This is a TV remote control sized full keyboard with a touchpad.
I finally ordered one from Amazon last week for $60. I got it very promptly - about 5 days.
It looks exactly like the one in the photos. It's very thin and contains a rechargeable lithium battery. It has a mini USB receiver that hides in a compartment in the keyboard. The keyboard itself also has a micro USB jack for recharging either from a PC's USB jack or a USB charger (the keyboard itself didn't come with a charger).
The touchpad works extremely well (better than your average laptop touchpad) and you also have keyboard arrows under the touchpad. There are HTPC controls along the top and just about any function a regular keyboard can do it can do via a function key - even CTRL-ALT-DEL. It's even got a back light.
Overall a VERY cool HTPC remote and I would also highly recommend it for presentations. It even has a laser pointer built in although it's not the brightest one I've seen.
I'm using it with a Windows 7 Media Center PC (I also have a Media Center remote but the keyboard is useful for web browsing and accessing the desktop for maintenance). I am thinking of ordering another pair for my other two HTPCs.
Pros: works with ANYTHING that can use a standard QWERTY keyboard via USB (tested on laptops, desktops, Wii, Playstations, Xboxes). Gets about 20+ feet range, so long as there isn't a wireless G/N (2.4GHz) transmitter nearby. The backlit keys are a MAJOR bonus, as sitting in bed at night this is THE keyboard to have. Great for those of us who have really adopted the thumbpad typing style from cell phone use! Better than the blue tooth version, due to compatibility issues.
Cons: Not AES encrypted, so don't use it for banking! Your passwords are ALL transmitted in the clear. If you need/want wireless keyboards with security I recommend the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK250 for Business (yes I own one!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is ok. Not great but not good either. The range is not good and you have to be close to the device to use it. The touchpad is not really great either on this.Published 9 days ago by David J. Yacono
Would absolutely Love this thing if it would work! It did tell it needed to be recharged. Can't get it to do nothing. I'm willing to try again...I was so happy with the ideaPublished 13 days ago by Susie Hyndman
I use this with my Nexus Player and it's not bad for what i use it for, which is to search netflix and other apps quickly. Read morePublished 18 days ago by antdroid
Ehhhhh. I wouldn't buy it again. I planned on using this as a keyboard while in bed. It works well enough but is frustrating. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Greg
The keyboard itself has a great feel to it. It is light and portable and uses a rechargeable built-in battery for its operation (including the laser pointer). Read morePublished 23 days ago by RY