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Keysonic ACK-540RF Wireless Mini Keyboard with Built in Touchpad


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  • Far-ranging and reliable radio-frequency transmission at 2.4 GHz up to approx. 10 m (33 ft) away from the PC
  • Extremely flat construction with built-in hand cushion for comfortable work
  • Full functionality of a full-size layout keyboard due to built in numeric keypad and 12 function keys
  • Extremely silent stroke and tactile feedback due to high quality X-Type membrane technology
  • Plug Play installation without special driver
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Technical Details
BrandKeysonic
Item Weight762 g
Product Dimensions35 x 23.6 x 3 cm
Item model numberACK-540RF
  
Additional Information
ASINB002WB1JYQ
Best Sellers Rank 32,176 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight762 g
Date First Available9 Nov 2009
  
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Product Description

KEYSONIC WIRELESS MINI KEYBOARD BUILT IN TOUCHPAD 2 MOUSE ANALOGOUS FUNCTION ACK540RF Keyboards Keyboards uk

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By kitzen on 2 Jan 2010
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Having become accustomed to using a laptop touchpad over some years, this was exactly what I wanted for use with my new desktop.

I am running Windows 7, when I plugged in the USB it immediately started downloading the drivers. The keyboard was up and running in under a minute.

I use it mostly for surfing the internet and Photoshop and for these purposes it is great. The touchpad is responsive and the scrolling function makes life easy but the touchpad buttons are a little clicky and could do with being bigger. The keyboard buttons are comfortable and easy to press.
I'v used it for typing emails and the occasional document in Word and found that the cursor sometimes jumps back a few sentences which can be annoying but other than that the keyboard is very responsive.

The keyboard switches itself off after five minutes of inactivity to conserve the batteries but it is easily revived by pressing any of the keys. Under heavy usage the batteries need replacing every 3 - 4 weeks.

This Keyboard is of adequate quality and not more than you would expect for the price. The Keysonic logo started to rub off in a matter of weeks...not that I care about that as long as it functions! I don't think it would survive to much in the way of rough and tumble! For me, what remains to be seen is how long this nifty little keyboard survives.

I highly recommend this keyboard for surfing the interweb and use with media centres. If you're considering it for large amounts of Word Processing or gaming then look elsewhere.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood on 16 April 2010
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend because he has his PC hooked up to the TV and was getting annoyed with the wires and mostly using the mouse. This product is excellent value for money and can easily be transferred from one PC to another, we use it on the games room TV and the one in the living room with no hassle.

The range is also excellent we took it all over the house and it still worked, even when we couldn't see the TV!

If you're looking for something to use with a home entertainment system this is the perfect thing.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Mooney on 10 Jan 2010
I use it for pc connected to TV for playing video/music etc. Great to have the mouse on board and not having to try and get a mouse working on your knee. Great price as others are much more expensive. Picked up straight away by XP and 7 no need to install the drivers.
Would reccomend.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Luvlysmiler on 12 Mar 2010
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I'm now on my third (yes third!) of these.
Ups.
The touchpad is one of the best around and the size is perfect for use on your lap on the sofa.
The scroll action is very smooth and reliable.
2.4ghz Range is first class and will reach across any size room in the home.
The keys are laptop style so have little travel and are comfortable.
Very cheap when you consider some of the other options.

Downs.
The mouse buttons are not comfortable and have a very heavy click action.
Durability is just not there. They seem to last about a year before the mouse buttons start failing.
No shortcut keys.

Even though I know they wont last I still keep buying these units as, while they're working, function so very well!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By baldmosher on 22 Dec 2010
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Great little keyboard. Installation on Windows 7 x86 was a breeze. Ten times better than my old Logitech EX110 KB&M system, which had a receiver on a long USB cable. This is just a little dongle. And it plugged 'n' played without even noticing it had installed drivers... I'm guessing it uses a preinstalled Windows 7 HID driver (this is for the 32bit W7 for those who don't know what x86 means...)

Works fine from the distance from my couch to the laptop that's sat inside a cupboard by the TV, which is about 2.5m. It even works from the kitchen, 4m away (he says typing from the kitchen door). Does it work from the bedroom??? Evidently so! That's 3m distance with a concrete wall in the way. Suffice to say, range doesn't appear to be a problem!

It's not the most solidly built keyboard I've ever typed on, it's a bit clacky, and the unit feels solid if a little lightweight (could be deliberate) and feels like it won't break if I drop it. It's not a full size keyboard but it's perfect for the living room TV laptop. It's a standard 88-key laptop layout with a half-height Enter key - that is annoying - and the left Ctrl key isn't on the outside edge, which makes navigating with the keyboard a little irksome, but it's only the Fn key there so I won't do anything bad by mistake, and I'm getting used to the positioning already. They are both minor niggles. There are a full rack of dedicated Fn keys across the top, and Insert and Delete keys at the top right corner. Old-skool keyboardists rejoice! I've only used it to type this review and I'm already going at full speed. You can pop off the keys for the occasional clean.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Barrieluv on 28 Oct 2010
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First of all, this works out of the box with Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.
After inserting the batteries, via the little hatch on the keyboard's underside, I plugged the usb dongle into my netbook (Asus EeePC 1005HA) and started typing straight away. All keys were mapped correctly except the Fn+Function keys. I rarely use the Fn+Function keys, so this will not be an issue.
The unit itself is lightweight and feels somewhat plasticky, and the touchpad feels a little odd compared with my netbook's touchpad but that's easily forgiven at this price point.
It also came with four AAA Energizer batteries in the box, which was helpful as I'd (typically) forgotten to buy some.
I bought this so I can have large screen browsing and films via my netbook plugged into the TV on the other side of the room. And that's exactly what I got.
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