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HP TouchPad Wireless Keyboard

by HP

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  • Wireless Bluetooth Connection
  • Intelligent Power Management - powers down when not in use or when TouchPad is out of range
  • Battery Life 12 months
  • Full Pitch design, low profile keys
  • ultra slim and compact design
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Technical Details
BrandHP
Item Weight540 g
Product Dimensions30.4 x 14 x 3.2 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberFB409AA#ABU
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0058CZX70
Best Sellers Rank 12,300 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight540 g
Date First Available9 Jun 2011
  
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Use this ultraslim, ultracompact wireless keyboard for typinglonger email and messages.

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Use this ultraslim, ultracompact wireless keyboard for typinglonger email and messages.

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By F. Touz on 23 Jan 2012
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I bought this keyboard to replace my Xenta Super Compact micro slim Wireless UK Keyboard - 2.4Ghz Nano USB Receiver pc computer and I'm glad I changed to this keyboard. However, there are things still missing: no capslock indicators, no actual "delete" key (it says "delete" but works as "backspace" in Windows), no pg up, no pg down.

The good:
- It's Bluetooth, so, you can connect it to different devices. I've used this keyboard on Windows 7 and also on a friend's macbook pro and it works perfectly without any "usb receiver".

- It has a auto-switch off functionality when the keyboard is inactive (or out of range). In Mac Os 10.6 or higher you will get a notification when this happens. To re-activate they keyboard all you have to do is to type!.

- It's comfortable to type (unlike the Xenta wireless keyboard)

- It has a compact size (similar to the macbook wireless keyboard)

- It has keys that work perfectly on Mac OS X 10.6+ such as: shutdown key, command key and some others

- You can connect the keyboard to your Android phone.

The bad:
- When you switch on the keyboard a LED will flash green for some seconds but after some seconds it would be difficult to tell (just by looking) whether the keyboard is on or not.

- Apart from the on/off LED (that remains blinking just for a few seconds after switching on the keyboard), there are no indicators whatsoever.

(Particularly in Mac OS X, this keyboard will work as an independent keyboard, so, pressing "caps lock" in Mac OS X will NOT make the main keyboard (if you have another keyboard plugged in) to switch on its "caps lock" indicator.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By jjamic on 4 Jan 2012
i bought this keyboard for my ipad2 as i did not want to spend £50 on an apple one. it works exellently with my ipad. i only have one critisism, which is probably my own fault as this was not designed for the ipad, some of the commands, like brightness and the arrow keys do not work on the ipad.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on 24 Jan 2012
Looks amazing on the desk and really is a lovely item. My only criticism is that there are no function keys, or 'DEL' button. This I've resolved by using the great freeware autohotkey. Simply add the following script:

^4::Send !{F4}

+Backspace::Send {Delete}

to the auto created script when you first run autohotkey. This will mean you can ALT f4 with ctrl and the number 4. Also you can use DEL by holding shift and backspace.

An alternative to alt ctrl del for getting into task manager to kill unresponding apps is ctrl shift escape.

BINGO. An awesome looking and feeling keyboard that does 99% of something three times as large, and makes the whole PC seem much nicer to use.

I love the fact there are no lights. The battery seems to last a couple of weeks at least with rechargeables (use Sanyo Eneloops) and I leave it on all the time. It seems to save power by going into standby so occasionally you have to wait a couple of seconds after your first press. All fine by me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Yelmo on 2 Feb 2012
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The good things:

- The hardware itself is nice, I feel comfortable typing on it.
- It is light and the size seems just appropriate.

The bad things:

- It doesn't provide feedback about status (on/off) or caps lock.
- It is useless for anything that is not typing, you cannot scroll your browser or advance pages in a PDF with it.
- I have not found any way to change the layout mapping to use a regional variant other than English.
- While using it in my Samsung Galaxy S, the behaviour is quite weird regarding caps and symbols, but I guess that is also my phone's fault.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By t noble on 4 Aug 2012
Works perfectly with google nexus 7. Few hot keys don't work but that is expected (mute button for example). Took less than 30 seconds to pair the keyboard.

Would definetly recommend, very easy to type on.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By chaos_theoryuk on 16 Nov 2011
Purchased the HP Touchpad for my Samsung Galaxy S2, I can confirm it will sync with the phone and you have full functionality. When using the bluetooth the SGS2 provides you with a random pin number, then just type it in on the keyboard and press enter (You must press enter). The 0000 code provided in the manual only works on tablets and PC's, not the SGS2 (The phone provides it's own random pin number each time). The keyboard build quality is great and the keys have a nice feel to them. The touchpad is far cheaper than the ipad 2 keyboard, also it's branded, looks great, feels good and even the sound keys on the top work with the phone. For an extra £5 or so it seems the logical purchase over some of the other cheaper none branded bluetooth keyboards available. I am very happy with my choice.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rowan on 25 Mar 2013
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Works great with iPad. Once you have paired them, they work together automatically as long as you leave Bluetooth on. Really user friendly and a great typing experience.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alan Hart on 6 Jan 2012
I have got this keyboard working under Android (a rooted Desire running cm7.1).

There are a few issues with the default key layout but it is entirely usable and has a nice feel.

If you are able to push files to the system area of your phone, I recommend the following link: [...]

It discusses how to edit the layout and includes UK layout files that greatly improve it.
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