Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Right size to use: Not to small, not to big. Touchscreen is very accurate and allows good mouse browsings, although for big distances you need to touch it more than one time (because of the small field).
Seems rather solid build, receiver is small enough to not stick out very much.
Sems to have auto-standby, which willa lso disable the touchfield.
You need to press any button to activate the touchscreen if the keyboard is in timeout / standby (after short time). Arrow-keys seems to be the best choice for this.
The lid for the batteries (and the receiver) is very strong / firm, i nealry lost a fingernail trying to open it. A little less firm would be better i think, but since you don't need to do this often no big problem.
Haven't tested the full range yet, but it is realy enough for normal distances (couch to tv or so). A blinking LED to display "Data / key is send" helps alot, since you see directly if teh battaries are empty.
Nothing to write big essays or longer letters, but as a handy and small keyboard for small remote systems like media players or so this is perfekt. The price is ok, although (like always ^^) it could be a littel bit cheaper.
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