|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 3.6 x 1.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.2 x 3.6 x 1.7 inches|
|Color||Air Mouse Version|
iPazzPort 2.4GHz Mini Wireless Fly Keyboard with IR Remote and Backlight KP-810-16
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- 2 mode(AV/TV) IR learning remote control, can be paired with any home IR device.
- 2.4G , 3 axial Gyro-sensor wireless keyboard with backlight and 2 mode IR learning remote . The receiver is plug and play,few need to pair the receiver with keyboard. We would add them in detail page soon.
- With the feature of IR learning, it can quickly learn original code from other home electric appliance remote control.
- Full QWERTY keyboard, Full Function keys . Button are too small to use accurately . This keyboard is famous for mini size,it's portable and convenient to work with other devices. So, the buttons size is small too. Some users with big finger need to be careful to make the button press accurately.
- operate in horizontal and vertical mode for game and typingFull QWERTY keyboard, Full Function keys.
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|Color||Air Mouse Version||Black||Black||black||Black||Black|
|Connectivity Technology||mini usb, usb||usb||usb||bluetooth||USB||bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||3.6 x 7.2 x 1.7 in||1.6 x 4.6 x 0.3 in||3.3 x 7.3 x 1.6 in||0.39 x 5.12 x 2.36 in||2.3 x 5.9 x 0.5 in||4 x 7 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces||0.6 ounces||4.5 ounces||4 ounces||7.2 ounces||5.6 ounces|
Rechargeable Li-ion batteries: Last longer up to two weeks between charges.
Short recharge time: Around two hours can fully charge the battery.
2.4G wireless: Enjoy long-range wireless control from up to 10 metre (33 feet) away.
Backlighting: Makes text entry effortless even in low light conditions.
Mini USB dongle, inside case. It is convenient for carring.
Compact and lightweight.
Plug and play: no need to install software.
-Google/ Android OS
-Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows CE, Windows Mobile
Operating distance: 10 meters
Battery capacity: 800mA
Charge voltage/current: DC 5V/300mA
Standby time: 400 hours
Dimensions: 12.6 * 5.6 * 1.2cm
Package size: 18.5 * 9 * 4cm
Package weight: 199g
1 * Fly/keyboard with IR remote
l * USB receiver
l * USB cable for recharge
l * User manual
Top customer reviews
The mouse works well enough, just have to press the mouse button to align it and accuracy is decent. There is no middle click. The page up and down keys are ok, but it would be better if they were mousewheel scroll buttons. A good solution would be a touch strip for scrolling up and down, and tap for middle click - in the side of the device. There is a FN toggle to change landscape/portrait orientation. The backlight is also a FN combo, which works but would have been nicer as a dedicated key/switch. Not so thrilled with the red leds, white would have been better. Also, the fn keys do not show up on the backlight.
There are two different power switches, one for the IR and one for the RF, so keep that in mind.
The IR learning function works OK, but not great for learning keys that repeat like volume/channel.
It would have been nicer if there were more IR buttons, like Up/Down/Left/Right/Play/Pause/FF/RW and 0-9 for tv/cable box operation. The dedicated RF button is mostly uselss, and would have been better placed as a FN key or hidden away.
The flashing blue xmit is a little annoying. I put some electrical tape over it. Later I might open it up and tape over the led on the board if it can be easily disassembled. I ordered a second one of these for our other htpc, as they work well.
Edit: cat decided it was a good idea to push my laptop off the desk last night and it landed right on the dongle. No surprise that the dongle did not survive. Going to look into a replacement single but I Liked this thing so much though that I may just be ordering another soon.
1. Programmable IR is just fantastic. Why aren't all universal remotes this easy? I was able to ditch my TV and sound bar remote. YAY!
2. Total plug and play. No drivers no set up.
3. Replaceable rechargeable lithium battery.
4. Range. IR, mouse control, typing fully functional at 30' in my house, well beyond what I could read on my 42" plasma.
1. Could not replace my Dish Network remote. For some reason, it just would not take the direction pad functions except for move right. Guide opened the guide but could not scroll up, down, or left. Would have preferred this over the sound bar remote. Minor issue.
2. Left and right mouse click is ass-backward. Left button=right click right button left. Minor issue that could be changed in windows but that would swap your regular mouse buttons and then they would be backward.
3. The air mouse uses two modes: Static and dynamic. That's good. Switching between modes is a total failure in design. To switch modes you press and release the mouse button. To use the mouse in static mode you press and hold the button. But when you release the button that counts as pressing and releasing the button thus changing modes. So every time you use the mouse it changes mode. Moderate issue and so easily fixed by the designer it's just stupid and the biggest reason it doesn't get 5 stars and nearly got it 3. (See update below for a solution)
4. Direction keys cannot be used as a secondary way to move the mouse. This would have been a great feature for those who don't like the feel of the air mouse. I originally thought it was supposed move the mouse pointer but the instructions say cursor (like in a document) not pointer. My fault for misunderstanding.
Air mouse functions better if you slow the pointer down and can help overcome the problem with the control mode selection button. Since I originally just wanted a wireless keyboard for my media PC and ended up getting a small profile keyboard that also completely replaced two of my three remotes I'm pretty pleased.
SPECIAL NOTE: There are only a few IR buttons you can program but you can program any button you want. Because I have a sound bar and satellite receiver I don't use volume or channel buttons for the TV, so I programmed those to use last channel (to quickly switch between computer and satellite inputs) and display mode (H-fill, Just, zoom 3:4 etc.)
UPDATE: With a little practice and modification, I give it a strong 4 stars.
RECOMMENDATION: The biggest problem with the dynamic mouse mode is the amount of force it takes to click the "left" mouse button. This causes the pointer to move off the link or scroll bar. SOLUTION: Take a small bead and cut it in half. I used a 6mm airsoft BB, cut it and filed it into a half sphere and super glued it onto the mouse button as close to the inside edge as I could. This provides significant leverage and lets you activate the left click without moving your pointer. Now the static/dynamic mode setting method is not a bad thing since I don't have to "freeze" on my link in order to click it.
UPDATE 11/11/13: My dog destroyed it and I did not hesitate to overnight a new one. The only thing keeping this from 5 stars is the difficulty in mouse clicking. One or two more IR buttons would be very good.