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Ione Scorpius P20 U Multimedia Cordless Keyboard with Integrated Joystick und 2 Mouse Buttons Win7 (German Layout)

by Itron

Price: £48.20 FREE UK delivery.
Usually dispatched within 3 to 4 days.
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Technical Details
BrandItron
Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions31.8 x 2.5 x 15.9 cm
Item model numberSCORPIUS-P20
  
Additional Information
ASINB000I5PAFM
Best Sellers Rank 288,094 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight662 g
Date First Available13 Sep 2010
  
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OEM MINI TASTIERA WIRELESS RF USB CON JOYSTICK

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. D. Jeynes on 15 Sep 2008
Tacky and unreliable - loses communication and needs re-linking on nearly every powerdown. Mouse control extremely difficult to use. There are much better solutions than this - it's not worth even the low price. Avoid.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good but not great 1 May 2008
By Josh Lehan - Published on Amazon.com
It's good but not great.

The good:

* The position of the joystick and buttons is perfect! You can hold the keyboard in two hands, without needing to rest the keyboard on a separate surface, and still use the joystick and buttons without losing your grip. I love the layout of this keyboard.

* The keyboard is thin and small, without being too small to use. I'm glad it doesn't have a numeric keypad. It fits nicely on the console of an exercise bike.

BTW, this particular model doesn't have the extra Windows Media keys, but they're available on other models, filling in the empty top area between the joystick and buttons, so they won't take up any extra space.

* The RF seems to work well enough, once it's paired. Line of sight is not a requirement.

The bad:

* The joystick is s-l-o-o-o-o-w... even when pushed all the way, it still moves the mouse pointer very slowly across the screen. The joystick doesn't simulate moving the mouse fast enough, so forget about playing games. Changing Windows Mouse control panel settings all the way over to Fast helps a little, but makes it impractical to use a normal mouse with the computer.

* The pairing is easily forgotten. This is easy enough to reset, just hit a button on the USB receiver then hit the corresponding button on the keyboard, but for some stupid reason, they made the keyboard button *recessed*, so that you need a paper clip to hit it! Considering the pairing must be repeated whenever the USB receiver loses power, this is a real pain! It's clearly designed to be left in permanently, to a media center computer that's left on 24/7.

* The RF connection uses the ever-popular 2.4 GHz frequency, so your wireless Internet connection will suffer whenever this keyboard is in use.

* The keyboard just feels cheap. Thicker plastic would help. The keys also aren't springy enough, so they stick down, causing unwanted repeats when typing. The manual is written in Engrish, and doesn't tell you anything useful.

The ugly:

* I can't believe there's not more choice of wireless small keyboards out there. You'd think, with the popularity of living room media PC setups, that there would be more manufacturers. Neither Microsoft nor Logitech has a decent wireless, media, mini, RF keyboard. So, these off-brand keyboards are the best we can buy, for now.

Infrared keyboards should go the way of mechanical ball mice. Infrared is nearly useless due to its slow speed, and requirement for a strict line of sight. I'm glad this keyboard uses RF. I wish it wouldn't use 2.4 GHz, though! Making a computer product, that uses the same frequency as the computer's Internet connection, seems rather shortsighted to me.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Does what I need it to do 7 May 2007
By Bobjr94 - Published on Amazon.com
I picked one up last weekend, while I cant comment on battery life yet it works great and does what I needed it for. The keyboard and mouse pointer work every time and with no delay at 10 feet. I took it as far away as I could and still see the tv(maybe 25-30 feet back) and it was still working fine. No drivers needed, just plug it in, push the connect buttons on the keyboard & receiver and it works.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A terrible experience for over a year 23 Jan 2009
By A. Biggs - Published on Amazon.com
My husband and I bought this keyboard for our (then new) HTPC over a year ago. We read a mix of good and bad reviews online, but took a chance and hoped we'd get a good keyboard since it looked like a decent value. Well, the first one we received just didn't work. The second one worked... sort of... We can't use it from the couch 8' from computer, direct line of sight. By "direct line of sight," I mean that the HTPC is at sitting height, and there is nothing but floor between the couch and the computer. If we stand right in front of the HTPC and point the keyboard directly at it, _sometimes_ the thing will _mostly_ work. Since we use the HTPC for our TV viewing, we are constantly trying to type in web addresses, and 95% of the time this keyboard cannot get through an entire address without a problem. You cannot imagine anything more frustrating. We just received our new diNovo, so this keyboard is shortly (finally!!) going to meet an ugly death on our driveway.

On the plus side, if you use your HTPC for TV and want your kids to read more, this product would suit your needs.
No More Cable Needed 25 Mar 2014
By Kathleen Carley - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Works great! I am able to get my favorite channels at a cheaper rate. So many choices, so little time.
wireless keyboard 24 Dec 2013
By Mark Noreng - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
pros: nice light-weght keyboard, good joystick, tactile mouse buttons.

Cons: Rcvr-dongle not ver ysensitie; 5-6' max, cant type too fast, not a fast keyboard, must dwell on mouse keys [press & hold for 1/2 second], left function key where ctrl key should be, despite Fn-key indicator; you'll type a whole paragrapgh and look up and its full of numbers and symbols [from the number-keys 2nd Fn], NO SLEEP button.

Ive had to keep my old keyboard connected just for the sleep key and wake function. iONE KB does not wake computer either.
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