|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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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
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My setup in the living room is a large television and an HTPC running XBMC. I've used at least five other devices or combination of devices to control this setup and each of them had their advantages and disadvantages. This remote/keyboard is much better than all of the other options overall, and even in situations where it isn't the best option, the compromises it makes make sense.
The importance of the IR remote on the back can't be overstated. Even though the buttons are limited, each of them has two modes (TV and AV). This remote would not be adequate for anything more than turning the television on, changing the channel, adjusting the volume and changing the input.... But that's all I needed it for anyway. These simple buttons allow me to throw my Television IR remote in the drawer and only take it out when I need to access some special function, which is almost never. In AV mode I mapped the buttons to common functions of the XBMC program, but all of those functions are also accessible from the keyboard side so it's somewhat redundant.
The keyboard itself is a good compromise. Since there's no need for a touchpad, there is more room for keys, which makes finding the character you need easier. Almost all the keys are pretty much where they would be on a full size KB, and those that have been relocated make some sort of sense. There are page up and page down keys on the side of the device, which I haven't ever needed but they don't get in the way either. A possible improvement would have been to reverse the Function and F keys by default. I press play a lot more often than I press F6. The keyboard is lit (red/amber) from underneath (You can turn this on or off) and each key can be identified easily in the dark.
The air-mouse function was a surprise to me, I thought it would be, at best, a barely tolerable way to move the mouse when I needed to for some reason and I didn't want to go find my wireless mouse that is always where I didn't sit down. In fact it works really well and is without a doubt my favorite way of controlling the cursor short of a real wireless mouse (which, let's face it, can't be beat). It is surprisingly smooth. I turned the mouse sensitivity down a couple of notches in windows to allow for more accurate pointing. There are 2 ways of moving the cursor, both using the same air-mouse button either "Click cursor movement on - Click cursor movement off" or a "Click and hold to move - Release to stop". Both of these work well, but some situations demand one or the other, and it's nice that they are both always available. It just depends on how long you hold the button. Another great feature is the ability to rotate the air mouse so you can hold it like a remote if you want and the movements are natural, or rotate and hold the KB sideways and the mouse will work correctly in that orientation. Impressive. The only annoyance I have with the mouse functions are clicking the left and right mouse buttons themselves. You are usually using your thumb to hold the air mouse button, so you have to release that button to press either of the mouse buttons. If you are using the click-on-click-off method, clicking these buttons invariably moves the whole device just enough to take you off-target the millisecond you press the button. If you are using the click and hold to move method, Clicking and dragging becomes impossible with one hand and unnatural with 2. I wish there were mouse buttons on the side (Like the page up and page down buttons, but on the other side) or on the bottom so I could use them with my index and ring fingers as I held the air mouse button down. Maybe next model...
So almost all of that was good, here's some more good and bad things:
Good: Price, delivery, rechargeable, receiver stores inside, you can turn the IR side and the KB sides off separately.
Bad: Feels cheap, Instructions are sparse, poorly translated and in the case of the IR learning function, just plain wrong. IR transmitter isn't particularly impressive in range or strength. I wish the arrow keys rotated their orientation the way the air mouse does.
I've paid 3 times as much for products that did only half of what this one does and not as well. While not perfect, the price brings this up to 5 stars for me and I will never build a HTPC for a friend without insisting they get one of these.
Another reviewer mentioned the cursor jumping around so web buttons couldn't be clicked accurately. I noticed that too, however there's a huge button that will lock the cursor to the spot you want and then the left or right mouse buttons can be clicked. Simple!
I recently ordered a "mini" android pc (mk802) to turn our bedroom plasma tv into a cool computer-connected entertainment center. This remote with its back-lit keyboard, hand motion gyro sensor mouse, and additional learning IR remote (for turning the tv on and off) makes everything work together wonderfully.
And, yes, I am using it right now to type this review!
As others have noted, the packaging is very nice quality. The box is sturdy and well-lined, and I will definitely keep it around for storage/moving. I was also very happy about the charger they included, which has a full-size USB splitter so you can splice it to a micro-usb charger for your phone, tablet, etc. Splicers are relatively rare and extremely handy.
The remote is constructed of a shiny-textured plastic, black on the faces and silver on the rim. The plastic feels solid, not flimsy, but not heavy. It feels a little less solid when you take the back off to get at the internally-stored dongle, but I really do like that the dongle is kept secure like that. The buttons on the TV/AUX side are arranged well for touch commends, once you memorize which buttons are which. The buttons on the keyboard side are a little stiff, so when I first started using it I found it difficult not to make a lot of typos. They do give a solid click when pressed properly, so that helps. The keyboard also has an effective backlight, though the "on" switch is a softkey that is tricky to find in the dark! The "air mouse" function is a little confusing to figure out at a glance - I recommend reading the manual for that. Lastly, having two separate "on" switches for the keyboard/mouse side is nice, I think, as it no doubt saves on battery life. There's a bright indicator light to let you know when it's actively sending a signal, so you can't mix up the mouse modes.
Programming on the TV/AUX remote side was hit-and-miss. It was easy to adapt to my Samsung TV but it wouldn't read any of the IR signals for my Sony receiver. It also has only basic functions, and no numbers. You can do most essentials with it, though. The wireless dongle connected with a clear signal at a distance of about 10 feet. On the keyboard side, I was pleasantly surprised at how intuitive the air mouse was to use. On a Windows 7 system it did become very tiring to try to pinpoint teeny-tiny buttons, waving my arm around and clenching the mouse button, even though I have pretty steady hands. Forget drag-highlighting, it's almost impossible. Both the mouse and the keyboard are obviously slower than a full outfit. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this as a full-time peripheral, especially if you type a lot like I do. But for small tasks (like flicking to the next episode on Prime Instant Video), it works like a charm.
I can get 2-3 days full use (always-on, periodic use) . The battery also dies without any warning,. Since it's rechargeable, though, I just have to remember to plug it in after I turn off the TV. This if really the reason I knocked off a star. A low battery warning would have been very helpful on this thing.
I recommend this remote. It's a clever design for what it does, and the negatives are small compared with the overall quality. However, it's not really a replacement for a mouse and keyboard. If you're just using it for your Roku or something, I imagine it'd be perfect. But I don't think I'd use it for a principal accessory when traveling, But it'll definitely live on my coffee table.