iPazzPort™ ProMini Bluetooth Mini Wireless Keyboard, Backlit with Multi-Touchpad / Laser Pointer for Google Nexus 7 / Google Android TV / iPhone 4 4S 3GS 3G / Samsung Galaxy S S2 S3 / HTPC / PC / Iphone / Android 3.0 Tablet / Mac OS KP-810-10BTT
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- Wireless remote control of most Bluetooth enabled devices, comes with Bluetooth dongle that plugs into any available USB slot. Dongle conveniently slips into side of the remote--keep it safe and secure, never lose it
- MULTI-LANGUAGE functionality
- MULTI-DIRECTIONAL ORIENTATION-Change from Horizontal to Vertical orientation with the press of a button. MULTI-TOUCH TOUCHPAD for screen flips, vertical and horizontal scrolling, right and left mouse clicks and screen manipulation (see picture in Listing for available actions you can do with Multi-Touch).
- Back-lit QWERTY keyboard, right/left mouse buttons, dedicated directional arrow buttons
- Compatible with Google Nexus 7 / Google Android TV / iPhone 4 4S 3GS 3G / Samsung Galaxy S S2 S3 / HTPC / PC / Iphone / Android 3.0 Tablet / Mac OS and more
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|Are Batteries Included||No||Yes||Yes||No||No||No|
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|Color||—||Black||—||2.4G wireless, 2.4GHz Version, 2.4GHz Version||12 inch with touchpad||BLACK|
|Hardware Connectivity||Bluetooth||Bluetooth||Bluetooth||Bluetooth, USB||Bluetooth||Bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||2.3 x 5.9 x 0.5 in||0.24 x 9.72 x 5.91 in||5.9 x 9.1 x 1.4 in||0.6 x 6.2 x 2.2 in||0.66 x 12 x 4.4 in||5.7 x 12 x 1.3 in|
|Item Weight||4 ounces||7.6 ounces||4.8 ounces||3.84 ounces||7.68 ounces||1 lb|
Features Portable and elegant Bluetooth receiver Windows Multimedia Control Built in rechargeable lithium-ion battery With a real notebook Touchpad Real QWERT full function mini keyboard Carpc car computer's best wireless solution Computer System requirements Linux Debian 3.1 Redhat 9.0 Ubuntu 8 10 Fedora 7.0 tested MacOS 10 x or later Windows 8 and 7 and CE and XP adn Vista and 2000 Package include 1 pc mini keyboard Bluetooth dongle receiver rechargeable battery included 1 pc usb cable mini usb charging 1 pc user's manual Note: It is a bluetooth keyboard Touchpad doesn't work with Tablet and Mobile Phone Please note pressing the Fn Alt and the number keys F1 F2 and etc together will not work
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I did not care, but mine came with no lanyard, so if lanyards are important to you, beware.
Backlighting was bright (orange) light that was really helpful, if a little uneven (darker over top right buttons).
The caps lock light (blue) is a little blindingly bright, which could be bothersome if you are working in low light.
Laser pointer seems pretty good, but I haven't used it for actual presentations.
It is a bluetooth device, which I knew. This works fine for short distances (I use mine at 10-15 feet), but will have a more limited range than a true wireless product would have.
The touchpad works fine, but it is not very precise (there is no comparison between the control get from my laptop touchpad and from this one). That said, it is still pretty good and works well enough to click where you want. You can right and left click with buttons under the trackpad, or click by tapping the touchpad. It also has very basic multitouch gestures (2 fingers to scroll), but I find these gestures are pretty ineffective. Something I found helpful was the scroll bar in the touch pad, although sometimes it has trouble recognizing the difference between 'scroll bar' touches and 'move the mouse' touches.
The battery charged quickly via USB and has held its charge very well so far (had it a week). The USB cable used to charge is split, so you can still use the USB port while charging - a nice feature for those whose computers have limited USB real estate.
When using this with an Apple iDevice (iPhone/iPad) the keyboard will work great, but the touchpad will not allow you to navigate at all. You still need to touch the screen for that.
I bought mine for use with a home theater, and for that purpose I think it is very well put together. It has a light feel (it feels so light that at first I thought I had been scammed), but after setting it up I could only find very few things it couldn't do (examples of things it couldn't do include some the top row buttons on a mac keyboard: keyboard brightness, screen brightness, dashboard, and eject). Everything else worked surprisingly well including multi-key shortcuts and characters.
For as cheap as it was I'm tempted to give it 5 stars, but I can quickly think of improvements that could be made, so I'm holding at a very satisfied 4-star rating. My wife has made fun of me because I love it so much that I sometimes use it when I'm sitting in front of my computer. I am a satisfied customer!
My main use for this is to ssh into my VPN and linux servers via my android phone(Note 3) without using a computer. For that purpose, this device is useful for me because it frees up half of the screen dedicated to keyboard layout on the screen.
1 - The price is good. Since this is not something I must have, the price is right and provides useful functions to my need.
2 - Keyboard is responsive. There are no noticeable lags I can tell and the click action is solid enough that I know for sure when I've clicked a key.
3 - dedicated number rows and function keys and clearly labeled alt keys(shift/Fn). This is a big plus for me for command line navigation(I'll explore the possibility to assign custom combo keys to the top row function).
1 - Ergonomic is not good. I don't have small hands, but because of the 30% added asymmetrical horizontal width for the touchpad, I have to either stretch or hold it in a somewhat awkward position with my right hand to type.
2 - There is no touchpad lock key. Normally this wouldn't matter, but since the right hand needs to reach over the touchpad in order to type, there can be accidental touch/tap on the touchpad.
3 - No battery level check or warning for low battery. Haven't run the battery completely down yet, but it would nice to have someway to quickly check how much battery is remaining on the keyboard. There're 4 LEDs on the keyboard, it would've been great if they can also be used to indicate battery level in 1/4 resolution.
I'll update the review if there're anything else I've discovered or have changed my opinions once I've used it more. Overall I think it's good value for what it has to offer, a 3.5 star item.
I connected it to both a windows computer and also an android system and it connected quickly to both and worked flawlessly. I have now used it for about a month and it continues to work well and holds a charge for about two weeks before needing to be recharged. I like the compact size and the functionality built into the device, but believe that the layout could be improved. If you are looking for a well-made small wireless keyboard, this one should be on your list to check out. I also bought a QQ-Tech keyboard around the same time I bought this one and like it slightly better. It has about the same functionality as this one, but I like the layout better. I also tried a Hausbell keyboard that is somewhat cheaper. It also appeared to be well made, but I did not care for the layout with the track pad placed in the center top of the keyboard. It felt awkward to use.
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I did not realize this is a presentation keyboard / touchpad,
of which it excels at, so maybe I am being a bit harsh