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  • posted byjimbobby on 05/02/2016

    This is a good media keyboard. Would not recommend if you need to type anything more than a few words regularly.


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  • posted byJamfris on 06/13/2012

    - It's a bluetooth keyboard with mouse function and rechargeable battery just for 31$. You won't find much better than that. - I connected it to a PS3 and to a Mac Mini and worked ok. - It comes with the cable to charge it, and a plstic hard case to put it in after you finish. Quite handy. - The... Read more

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  • posted byfast4ever on 03/25/2012

    +manual and software on cd is good +nice size, easy to work with -the slide on cover is not a very great thing -at my product, the space button needs to be pressed quit hard and long to make it work (no problems with other keys) -the mouse is very sensitive, clicking it does not send a left click... Read more

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  • posted byanthraxman on 03/09/2011

    - Relatively cheap - Very nice design - Decent build quality (It's not like regular China junk) - All the buttons work - Includes mouse - I was very impressed with the manual! It's well written, and includes guides for several different BT-programmes, in addition to nice pictures and good - it -... Read more

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  • posted byImiskaI on 03/04/2011

    Works well with both my notebook (Linux) an mobile phone (rooted Nexus One (Android)) Price is good. It has optical mouse. It has two Bluetooth profiles - you can pair it with two different devices and it will remember both of them and it has two different IDs. Switching between profiles is the I... Read more

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  • posted byMartijnH on 01/07/2011

    I've connected this little bt keyboard to our win7 media center. A simple bt dongle is connected and connecting the keyboard is quite easy. After connecting the dongle, you let win7 and the keyboard search for each other, type in a code - done. The distance the keyboard covers seems to be limited... Read more

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  • posted byAnkhwatcher on 12/30/2010

    Neat design, works with Windows 7. Does not work with android. Will not connect with my Nexus One running Froyo. The guides to setting up the keyboard that are included with the device are all out of date. They don't include Android or Windows 7. The buttons need to be pressed quite firmly in to... Read more

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  • posted byLeeMajors on 12/16/2010

    Has a built in mouse. It's small. It's pretty good quality. The key layout is a little strange. The mouse sensor clicks down but it's the middle mouse button. To left click you have to press the key to the left of the spacebar, making one handed operation hard. The square at the top right of the... Read more

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