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IOGEAR Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad GKM611B (Black/Grey)

3.9 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
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  • Pair with 6 Bluetooth Enabled Devices and Fast Switch Between Each Other
  • Bluetooth 2.0 Technology Offers Greater Range up to 30 Feet Away from Your Computer
  • Integrated Hot Keys Let Users Freely Quick Access to My TV, Videos, Pictures, Music, Volume Control and More
  • RoHS Compliant
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Device must support USB HID keyboard device and USB HID-compliant mouse
  • Package Includes: 1 x Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad, 2 x AA Battery, 1 x Quick Start Guide, 1 x Warranty Card
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Iogear
  • Model Number: GKM611B
  • Keyboard Description: QWERTY
  • Color: Black/grey
  • Form Factor: Slim
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Product Description

IOGear’s GKM611B Control multiple Bluetooth enabled devices from one keyboard. The all-new IOGEAR Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with built-in Touchpad will memorize up to six Bluetooth hosts and is able to quickly switch between each other. Users can pair the device with PC's, Notebook, Smart Phones, and other Bluetooth enabled host devices which support a HID profile . Best suited for:;MCE applications ;Gaming Consoles ;Smartphones which support Bluetooth HID profile ;The ultra-slim, and low profile keyboard allows you to type with style and comfort and is ideal for multi-tasking between your different devices using one keyboard.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.4 x 15.9 x 1 inches
Item Weight 1.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds
ASIN B004N7146U
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Item model number GKM611B
Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
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3.9 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #764 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboard & Mouse Combos
Date first available at Amazon.com February 23, 2011

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I have been a PC instructor for 25 years, have bought zillions of keyboards, type 90 wpm, and work on the computer at least 60+ hours a week. I have also had carpal tunnel that whole time. Many of the other reviews simply mystified me - I don't think I've had any keyboard that has such a great touch, and I can type wickedly fast without the keyboard fighting me. I have had mine for nine months, and pound the heck out of it every single day. Batteries last forever, I never even turn it off. So the touchpad is kind of small, who cares? I most often use it in front of my laptop, which also enables better posture, and then I use a separate mouse. But it is the multi-link capability this board has that I have not seen in ANY other keyboard that really puts it in the stratosphere. No one seems to really get the implications of this. It will SIMULTANEOUSLY remain paired with SIX devices, an amazing feat. I am a bluetooth guru, currently own 6 sets of stereo bluetooth headphones, have high-powered BT transmitters on our two main TV's so family members can't drive me nuts with politics or sports, and NO other keyboard I could find in months of searching can do what this one can. Sitting in the living room running a PC through a flat screen TV - I can search for Netflix stuff with a full keyboard, search Pandora, surf the net on the big screen, write lengthy emails or documents - try to do that with some silly remote, or even a bluetooth mouse. Then I pick it up, go out on the front porch, with one Press of FN+2, I am connected to my Android smartphone, texting my brains out with friends at 90 wpm. Or, I am using this on my laptop, but get a text on my Android phone, and immediately switch to the phone to reply to a text; bam, I'm back on the laptop.Read more ›
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The Good:
*Multi Device Support... Great if you swap between two computers, or a computer and your iPad. This is a key feature, and the reason I purchased this keyboard. It allows one keyboard to replace many.I wish all blue-tooth keyboards did this.
*Easy and quick switching between devices.
*Visually pleasing.
*Has built in track pad, essential when using the keyboard away from a desk (standing or sitting on the sofa). But it is a very basic one, see below...

The Bad:
*Missing separate PG UP, PG DN, Home, and End keys. You have to hit a function key to use them. I didn't realize how often I used PgUp/PgDn to read a document. It isn't as if there is no extra room for them keys, they could have been placed above the track-pad.
*Track-pad is very basic. It is small and not as responsive as high quality laptop track-pads. It is fine for the once in a while mouse use, and is far better than nothing, but for heavy use you will want a separate mouse.
*Pairing could be better. It still amazes me that this continues to be an issue. The pair button on the back of the keyboard is labeled "Reset" and doubles as a reset key if held down. There is one led light on the keyboard that doubles for pairing and low battery. It would have been so much better to have a separate button and light. (Or better a led digit that lets you know the "slot" you are using.) At a minimum re label the button on back. This is only an issue when you first pair the keyboard, or need to pair and have lost the instructions. I wrote "pair" on the back next to the button with a sharpie...

A competent keyboard able to link to multiple devices. Could be the best out there if you need the multi-device support.
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I really wanted to like this keyboard. I develop software and use multiple systems all day long and want to be able to easily switch between them. The Bluetooth Multi-Link is a great feature. But why did they have to move the backslash key below the return key and make the return so big? I just want a standard 101-key layout in a keyboard with multi-link. I could live with the mushy feeling of the keys, but moving the backslash key was unacceptable and the arrow key layout with the page-up page-down keys wasn't so great either. I'm not surfing on a Playstation from my couch, so the touchpad made no difference to me.
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Looks slick, good build quality, good weight, keys are soft but still has a good tactile feel, can be paired with six devices, uses aa batteries, many of the multimedia functions work with popular HTPC software such as XBMC, Boxee, Media Player Home Cinema, etc and is for the most part easy to set up. A good keyboard for everyday computing or HTPC system.

The touch pad may be a little to small for some and with the default settings is slow and not so responsive. (I worked around this issue by increasing the pointer speed a bit which helped) I had a Logitech Dinovo Edge and the touch pad on it is 5 times better, but at the his price one can't complain much about it. The left and right click buttons have a cheap "clanky" tactile feel to them but that's a minor gripe. This item doesn't come with a dedicated Bluetooth dongle however being that it can pair with up to 6 devices bundling one may not have been necessary. I wish this keyboard had stand alone software to tweak the touch pad speed, dpi settings or to customize some of the other buttons.

For the price when compared to the Logitech this a pretty good buy. Bluetooth pairing setup may be a little problem for some but once its set you're good to go.
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