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- Most Ultra-slim with stainless steel
- Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, using USB cable for charging, environment friendly
- Touchpad with multi-finger functions
- A single finger click as left mouse function, two-finger click as the right mouse function
- Auto sleep for saving battery, clicking on any key to activate
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Most Ultra-slim with stainless steel
Portable and fashionable
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, using USB cable for charging, environment friendly
Touchpad with multi-finger functions
A single finger click as left mouse function, two-finger click as the right mouse function
Auto sleep for saving battery, clicking on any key to activate. USB receiver is inserted back in the keyboard for convenience and protection
Insert the USB receiver adapter from back cover of the keyboard into an available USB port.
Turn on the keyboard and can be found automatically, then it is ready to put into use.
-Receiver (dongle): Nano style
-Connect port: with USB 2.0 above
-RF mode: 2.4GHz GFSK
-Transmission distance: up to 10 meters
-Transmission power: less than +4db
-Power supply: rechargeable 280mAh polymer lithium-ion battery
-Charging voltage: 4.4 V-5.25V
-Charging current: 300mA
-Sleeping current: 19uA
-Operation voltage: 3.3V
What's in the box ?
1 * Mini Wireless keyboard
1 * 2.4G Receiver Adaptor
1 * Charging data cable
1 * User manual
1 * Mini Wireless keyboard 1 * 2.4G Receiver Adaptor 1 * Charging data cable 1 * User manual
Top Customer Reviews
Figuring out how to drag took a bit of time & a review of a similar keyboard helped:
YOu have to double click & then *without* lifting your finger, start to drag. It does take some getting used to, but once you have it's fine.
You get a supplied USB cable with this keyboard it has a male connection, female port (to allow you to plug the nano receiver in) and the mini USB plug built in, this allows you to charge the keyboard from the same cable and avoiding the need to unplug the receiver (handy if you are using a console or Android box)
The keyboard is 26cm wide by just over 18cm, all the keys are flat with a touchpad to the right and brushed metal finish on the underside (this also has an area to store the nano receiver) and two rubber pads. Back section has the mini USB port and on/off switch and two LED's one blue when it's on and the other a low battery red LED (this also glows red when charging and goes out when complete)
Touchpad serves a few functions firstly you can single or double finger tap for the left/right mouse functions (this is duplicated on the far less with buttons), or for just moving the cursor around. It can also be used to "scroll" pages with two fingers held drag them across the touch pad at the same time.
This will work with a PC (from XP onwards), Mac, Linux and Android devices too as well as consoles though some of the functions might not match. It's possible to access the media and shortcuts by pressing the "Fn" button (marked blue) with the other dual function buttons along the top and cursor keys etc. I found the keyboard to be well made with a solid feel the keys are also slightly raised on the F and J button this is to help touch typists but as one myself it's obviously not as easy to touch type on a smaller keyboard though it's possible with some adjustment.Read more ›
The touchpad is typical run of the mill fair (which I hate, two finger here, two taps there), but there is GREAT news if you look at the pictures you wiull notice at the bottom left a left/right mouse button keys! Genius! This means I dont have to learn all these new fangled ways to drag a window!
Overall then here is my review(please remember I am reviewing this as a temporary keyboard for lounge use NOT work use):
Well made with strong backplate.
Functional for basic use (not work unless you have pixie fingers!)
Internal battery (no need for AAA bateries!)
Just a little too small, i personally think that a couple of extra centimetres would have mde this an amazing keyboard rather than great.
WIFI Range is a little short but manageable, I would say that the wifi transmitter is probably conflicting with my wifi router, but cannot confirmWIFI at this point)
Their website is just a logo!
This is a great little keyboard for the price and you are will to forgive the odd typo or missing space between words for the practicality of size, a couple of extra cm would have transformed this keyboard to amazing as it would handle bigger finger sizes.
I have smaller than average hands, yet I can almost type while holding it, almost like it was the keyboard on a tablet in horizontal mode.
There is an on/off switch at the top to preserve a rechargeable battery, which can be recharged through the provided mini-usb cable. They also supply, I'm not sure the technical term, but I can describe it as a usb extension cable, to increase the charger cable or increase the distance between the usb receiver dongle and the keyboard (some people have reviewed that signal can drop out at around 3 to 4m).
Another small and purely aesthetic note, the double quote (") and at (@) symbol are swapped around on the keyboard labels (2 and @ share a key, single quote and double quote share a key). This is because of the standard Chinese QWERTY keyboard layout. However, the PC will still recognise SHIFT+2 as double quote.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works on my Win7 laptop within seconds, and the dongle is listed by address on my Pi3, but I haven't got the keyboard working on it yet. Read morePublished 15 months ago by spex
It does everything it says. The only thing I haven't found yet is how to press ALT+F4 but I'll keep looking.Published 15 months ago by K. G.
You have to tap it a few times to activate it after a shot time of non usagePublished 19 months ago by anjham akbar
USB receiver for this was faulty. Plugged into my HP PC and heard an electronic buzz. PC stopped running. PC is now useless as won't power up.Published 20 months ago by Daniel