(Updated Version)iPazzPort 2.4GHz Wireless Mini Keyboard Remote Control with Multi-Touch Trackpad Mouse Combo for Raspberry pi/HTPC/XBMC/Google and Android TV KP-810-10AS
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- Mini keyboard with Touchpad work for Raspberry pi/XBMC, it's portabe with small size to make it easy to put into pocket and take away. At home,sit back on sofa and bed to control entertainment devices remotely without walking around.
- It include 2.4Ghz dongle,plug it into device USB Port to work for HTPC, Android and Google Smart TV, Raspberry Pi.
- Plug and play USB Wireless receiver (2.4GHz/RF), works up to 20 feet away from the keyboard. The included USB intension cable to get stronger signal.
- The keyboard and mouse touchpad combo,don't need the full size heavy keyboard any more. Built in rechargeable batterry,lasts up to 2 months.
- Another version with illuminated backit to make the it light in dark room, please search "http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KGMG3SK".
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|Are Batteries Included||No||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Are Batteries Required||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Color||Basic Version||Black||Black||2.4G wireless, 2.4GHz Version, 2.4GHz Version||Black||Black|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB 2.0, USB 2.0, Radio Frequency||USB 2.0||Bluetooth, USB||USB||USB 2.0, USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||2.3 x 5.9 x 0.5 in||0.5 x 3.5 x 5 in||5.5 x 13.95 x 0.93 in||0.6 x 6.2 x 2.2 in||1.6 x 4.6 x 0.3 in||5.63 x 14.94 x 1.45 in|
|Item Weight||4.94 ounces||3.2 ounces||0.6 lb||3.84 ounces||0.6 ounces||1.39 lbs|
Three-In-One Wireless Multimedia Keyboard
It's a fully functional wireless USB keyboard and trackpad mouse combination that easily fits inside your pocket. It's a stylish and versatile accessory.
Complete with a built-in LED Light, and compatible with any device that supports a standard USB keyboard, it's a great portable solution for gaming, HTPC control, mobile device control, lectures, and classroom teaching
The trackpad 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 trackpad 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.
For Window system, it would take about one minute to install the driver.
This version does not include laser pointer and backlit.
Don't work for Samsung Smart TV
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the two biggest bugs are that the keyboard doesnt seem to respon in real time, so if you type like you would on a phone, it skips the middle bits of words. but you can get around that by just typing slowly, its annoying but it does seem to work.
by far the most annoying thing about this keyboard is the mouse on it!!! it scrolls for no reason whatsoever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you're supposed to press the FN button and then that activates the scroll function (up&down) on the touchpad, but it seems to activate and then deactivate the scrolling whenever it wants!! its uber buggy.
like i said its a great little thing, its the perfect size for a tv computer or when you have your laptop hooked up - but it doesnt always work and that just ruins the experience!!
The touchpad was fine about half of the time I was using it. The other half it would act erratically and/or be super, super, SUPER slow. It became all but unusable.
Also, the keyboard would not register keystrokes if you typed too quickly, regardless of how hard you pressed. But the deal breaker for me was that I got this behavior when I was only five or six feet away from the receiver and these issues only got WORSE as distance increased.
I've had a lot of success ordering cheap accessories like this based on Amazon reviews. But this purchase was NOT successful. I do not recommend this product unless you enjoy being frustrated.
I bought the first version shortly after it came out and used that one for over a year until the battery stopped holding a charge. I was pretty happy with the first model, but it did have some oddities. The mouse pad didn't work very well for example and the keyboard didn't respond well in general. Line of sight was always required for it to work at all. It worked though and was much more convenient than a full keyboard and mouse.
This new model is significantly lighter, the keyboard is much more responsive, and the touch pad may also be an improvement. I've had it for a couple weeks now and am not having any issues. I'm hopeful that they've made a big improvement over the first model. It feels slightly cheap only because of how light it is, but if it holds up well, then being light is pretty much just a convenience. I haven't tested full range on this, but I've been 12 feet across the room and had a couch in between the remote and the computer and it worked fine, so the wireless connection has been significantly improved.
I plugged this in and the computer recognized it immediately--no drivers, no pairing, no waiting for the techs to install it. You wouldn't want to type a novel on the thing, but the keyboard works well enough for URLs or short phrases. It fits in my pocket. It drops a letter now and again, but reception is pretty good in a classroom full of illicit cell phones. nothing has fallen off (so far) when I've dropped it on the hard tile floor. The battery lasts for weeks on a charge. The price is low enough that I won't be heartbroken when I finally do lose or break it.