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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 21 January 2015
This is great, especially considering how cheap it is. The battery life will last couple of weeks with normal daily use. I use it effectively as a remote control for my laptop, as I only watch TV through Netflix, iplayer etc and not live TV. The keypad is very small, not something you would want to be doing a lot of typing on, but it's ok if you just want to pop onto facebook, or amazon from your couch for a bit. The touchpad is not as accurate or easy to use as the laptop touchpad, but it's only half the size so that's to be expected, it's accurate enough to click on small links on a 40inch TV though. It's about as big as my palm and quite easy to hold. It's got both left and right mouse buttons, and some shortcut buttons, but I haven't tried them yet. All in all I've had it over 12 months now, and if I accidentally broke it I would definitely buy another. (For heavy users that need more battery life, it takes the same battery as the old nokia phones, from the N70 type phones, they're couple quid on ebay, although you'd need to use it constantly to need a spare, as it auto standbys if you're just watching a program, to save battery, just press a button to wake it up and it's ready instantly)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 6 February 2015
My new favourite gadget: I'm even writing this review with it... Sure it's not as fast as a normal keyboard, but its size definitely makes up for that, and it can be a bit awkward for the left hand a first because of the trackpad, but trust me, it's worth having, as you don't have to also have that wireless mouse that's always sliding off things... There's also a scrollbar on the trackpad for those used to using one on a laptop, though for some reason it's horizontal (still works fine though on normal pages).

For anyone with a raspberry pi, I use this combined with one of those small touchscreens (2.3" or 4.3") and a power bank (such as the ones used for charging phones) and it makes for a very portable device, with parts scaled for the size of it, and without all the wires.

In summary: all the functionality of most full desktop keyboards in a very handy size. Awesome buy!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 28 August 2014
This was my second purchase of a Bluetooth keyboard, and defenetly I am looking no more. Really good size, not big and not too small just perfect to put next to my side bed table and easy to carry it. The mouse pad is also a great feature as help you to scroll up and down easily. I think this devise is flawless. My laptop has Bluetooth including so I didn't even had to plug the mini receptor which is safely saved in a compartment inside next to the batteries. I absolutely recommend this product.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 26 August 2014
I had used several other small keyboards like this in the past to control media centres at home. When the last Rii broke down quite soon after purchase I thought I'd try something new and went for the TeckNet. It's brilliant. Works well as far as range goes, the mouse is fairly useable and you've all the keys available without having to used fiddley functions modifiers (as for the Rii). The battery also lasts ages, even if you don't keep turning it off.

The device also stands up well to the attentions of angry toddlers and curious babies. I strongly recommend it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 20 August 2014
I bought it for my android TV box and I couldn't be more satisfied. It is smal, light, charges really fast and the charging lasts for at least 5-6 days, depending of course from the use. I use my TV box daily for aprox. 5 hours, if that's any help. The distance between the mini keyboard and its receiver is less than 3 metres and it works like a charm, not sure for more than that though since my living room is not very big. All in all I am very happy with my wireless keyboard and the money I spent for it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 7 November 2014
Keyboard arrived in good time and was well packaged - bubble wrapped in it's own made to measure box. It's smaller than anticipated nonetheless on first sight it is a very acceptable well made device. It was bought to partner with the DroidPlayer Android box (I now have two) and it worked well with this straight out of the box. Although the keyboard keys are small and close there is no problem using it especially as the majority of the time it's the cursor and mouse keys that are used. The miniature USB receiver is neatly 'parked' inside the battery compartment when not in use and is exceptionally small and unobtrusive when plugged into the DroidPlayer, PC or whatever it's used with. So far a good buy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 27 March 2014
Love this mini keyboard, ideal for a media server computer in the living room.

Battery lasts well if you remember to keep it charged, and switched off when not in use.

Buttons are responsive and touchpad works just like a laptops touchpad.

Would buy it again if I needed another.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Got this for my laptop and android box so we can watch movies and home video clips on our big TV and it works a treat on both formats. Just plug in the wireless dongle and away you go. No more painful awkward typing using left right uo down on an onscreen keyboard. No more trying to move a cursor to a specific location as the touch pad mimics that of a laptop. Absolutely godsend for what I needed it for and saves Sooooo much time. As a side note I had an issue with my original purchase but one quick email and I got excellent customer service. Sent my device back and had a replacement in 48hours. Excellent product and outstanding customer service.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 14 December 2014
Great little keyboard, pretty small but large enough to type web addresses and searches with.
I use it to control an android tv box and it does the job fantastic.
Took about an hour to put a full charge into it and it's not needed charging since although it has been used a lot.
The mouse pad took a while to get used to and I suggest setting the mouse pointer speed to fast but once it's set up properly it works brilliantly.
Range can be a slight problem but if you have line of sight with the keyboards dongle it's fine and works flawlessly.
Would definitely recommend.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 29 March 2014
Exactly what I wanted to use with my 8 inch tablet, instructions do not mention to connect with Bluetooth device you need to press the "BT" key, with the shift key, this causes the blue LED to flash, you can then discover the device. This isn't mentioned in the brief instructions supplied but is on the US Amazon site.
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