• iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
  • iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
  • iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
  • iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
  • iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
  • iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black
iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black

iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S - Black

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  • Compatible with Android TV Box, Raspberry Pi, HTPC, XBMC, PC, laptop. No need to keep a full sized keyboard and mouse connected
  • Connects to your device via included 2.4 Ghz USB receiver. Stored inside the back cover of the keyboard, simply insert the USB receiver into an available USB slot on your device for wireless connection
  • Support AAA battery,easy to install and change(battery not provided in package)
  • Use it to easily input text, browse the internet and play games with a unified keyboard and remote. You never have to leave the couch
  • Sold and serviced by iPazzPort, the leading manufacturer of low cost, high quality wireless handheld keyboards with One Year Warranty

Customer Reviews

This little Bluetooth Gem of a Keyboard works like a champ! Needed a small keyboard for my Android TV Box. Using the standard remote to select letters on the TV screen using the "cursor" function is extremely trying and frustrating. Made searching for movies or TV shows really not worth the effort.This little Bluetooth Gem works like a champ! The Android TV Box is located in our Entertainment Center behind smoked glass doors and I have found the Bluetooth effective range is about 20 feet, plenty for our needs. The battery operated keyboard has an On/Off switch to prevent battery drain when not in use. It also includes a timed power-down feature - after approximately 5 seconds of inactivity, the Keyboard powers down. To power back up, simply press any key and power is restored. May be a little confusing at first, but I find is a nice battery saving feature while watching movies or TV Shows.Unit is solid, keys have a nice feel and the little mousepad is surprisingly effective! But do be careful... there are a few buttons on the sides that may accidently be pressed when first getting use to handling. 5Perfect for What I Need I purchased this product because I have a new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and to backup/recover with a bootable USB thumb I needed a mouse and keyboard to use the backup software. The Surface type cover is not recognized by my backup software and the iPazzPort Wireless mini is. This product works great and is small enough to carry in my bag without taking up hardly any space where as a standard keyboard and mouse would. Perfect for what I need to do, 5Perfect remote for a home-theater type PC. I like this thing a lot more than I expected. I went with the 2.4ghz version since it will be attached to a thin client that I turned into a weak home theater type computer. There is no waiting for the device to p[air over Bluetooth or having to re-pair it. The 2.4 Ghz just works instantly when you turn it on and can wake the computer up from sleep.They keyboard has every key that a traditional computer keyboard does (Except the 10 key numeric keypad obviously) and the little touchpad works well. It supports acceleration but you still may have to swipe twice to get the mouse from one end of the screen to the other. There are hard buttons for the mouse buttons and a tap works for a left click. You can change the touch pad for horizontal or vertical mode.My only very minor gripe is that the swipe scrolling area on the touchpad does not re-orient when you switch to horizontal mode. 5Works great with Raspberry Pi 3B+The 1st thing I did when the iPazzPort keyboard (USB wireless version) arrived, I plugged it into my 7-year-old laptop running WIN10 (USB2.0) and it did not recognize it. no pairing no nothing. I assumed it was defective, but then I decided to try it on my wife's PC which is less than 1 year old. The thing was recognized instantly with a message on-screen. I pressed FN+F1 and instantly responded on-screen as PAIRED. I had real hope now, because I really bought this keyboard for my new Raspberry-Pi 3B+ so I plugged it into my Pi, turned it on, waited until it was fully booted and then press FN+F1. The LED on the keyboard flashed for several seconds and then the LED went dark so I pressed TAB on the new iPazzPort and sure enough the keyboard was connected to the Pi and working perfectly. The point is.. If you have trouble connecting, try a different PC. The iPazzPort may be fine but not compatible with your old pc. Also try different USB ports. They are not all the same. Newer PC's can have some 2.0 ports and some 3.0 ports. Its hard to say why it did not work on my old laptop when my wireless Logitech keybaord works fine on it (same port) , but it works great on my Pi and that's what I bought it for so I'm happy with it.5I have a love-hate relationship with this thing.I have a love-hate relationship with this thing. On one had it works so much better than my old Lenovo Multimedia Remote. That thing was super annoying to use. This one is much easier. But the problem is, there just way too many features on this little thing. The most annoying is that there doesn't seem to be a way to turn of tap to select on the touch pad. I hate that feature on computers and I hate it even more on this thing. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't accidentally create multiple aliases, or copy files onto my desktop because of this feature. It makes me question the life span of this remote. Mostly cause, one of these days I'm just going to throw it across the room and break it out of sheer frustration. Another annoying thing with the touchpad is that there is a scroll sensor on it, which is nice IF it were oriented the right way. It scrolls up and down, but you have to physically hold it lengthwise to do that. If you hold it horizontally like you're supposed to, you have to scroll left and right to go up and down.Otherwise, this is a great remote, perfect size, and there are multiple left click bottoms. Which is very handy. The buttons all function nicely, and its auto off features (although also kind of annoying) keeps the batteries going for a long time. Honestly, the above annoyances are pretty major, so major that I doubt I will continue using this remote for much longer. But for now it will do, and it is, like I said, much better than my old one....3Its cleverI am using this mainly for my Samsung Galaxy Halo, but have tested this on a few of my tablets including a Amazon Fire and Dragon Touch.I was expecting something a little different because of a video I watched in the reviews. Its the same exact packaging and seems to be the same device but it does not have a dongle. Also, it includes a usb cord. It looks like a male to female usb which I have no idea what I am supposed to do with!Neither the dongle or the usb cord is mentioned in the packaging or instructions... but I am pretty sure there is supposed to be a dongle because there is a slot for it by the battery insert. (shown in photos.) There is no use for the usb. There are no ports or a place to plug the usb in. I think it could be used for the missing dongle but it still does not make sense because it would only extend the dongle. Moving on.Other than that, so far I am pretty impressed with this mini keyboard! Most surprising is that the little mouse pad actually works... and it works well. A mouse cursor appears on the screen when using the pad. To click all you need to do is tap, but there are also two buttons for left and right click. Scrolling is just as easy. While the instructions it came with are not very helpful the keys and how to use them is pretty easy to figure out on your own. Its essentially just like a normal keyboard with a few extra shortcuts.It took a little time to figure out how to pair with bt. First, it has a switch at the base for on and off but it does not tell you which way is on and which is off. Then there are two silver buttons next to the switch that look like volume buttons but they seem to have no function.Do I find this to be faster typing than just using my phone keyboard? Yes and no. At first its slow typing until you figure out the best way to hold it and where certain keys are. You can type fast with this but keep in mind that there is no auto correct, so when you need to capatalize you have to hold down shift and press key. Same with punctuation, and I will say that I have had issues with some punctuation.I am typing this review with the keyboard and have you noticed I have not used and apostrophies?this is what happens when I use them.The fish t been the barrel.haven' s annoying.that'All the other punctuation works fine.So if you are using a phone this might not be faster typing... But if you are using a tablet and trying to use as a computer this will probably work great. You just have to tap the apostrophies in.For what this is I think its pretty amazing. I mean, you are trading a little function for convenience so you cant expect it better than a normal keyboard.I find the mouse pad feature to be the best thing about this. With my tablet this thing is gonna come in handy.4Great little device, immediately usableI purchased this to work with my Raspberry Pi, and it was quickly recognized by the device. The keys have a nice 'click' to them for a bit of feedback that it was pressed and the small layout only took a little while to get used it, still larger than a cell phone keyboard. I was impressed with the small mouse touchpad. Large enough for my thumb and sensitive enough that I do not recall hitting the edges of it much. I have not had it long enough to judge the battery life, but I cannot see it becoming a problem with a device such as this.I find myself often forgetting about the small ON-OFF switch at the bottom of the unit, but it is the most convenient place to have it.I see this as a must if you are purchasing a Pi to play around with... granted a full sized keyboard would work fine too.5Great device at a great price...Some of the negative reviews on here seem to put 80 dollar expectations on an 11 dollar item. I was expecting mediocre performance. I expected connectivity issues. I expected this to be just a "Get me through until I can afford something nicer" device. So imagine my surprise when this little thing connected well, stayed connected, had great sensitivity, and filled exactly the roll I needed it to. I am still astonished every time I use it as to why it was only 11 dollars. It is a great mini-keyboard and a great little mouse, though the mouse is so small it is hard to translate to the 55 inch screen I'm using it with. But it works! It gets the job done reliably. It even sleeps when you don't use it for a few minutes so you don't wear out the battery. Don't listen to the negative reviews. These are just people that need a reason to complain.5Great little wireless keyboard! This little keyboard works perfectly with my Raspberry Pi. I haven't tried using it with a computer but it should work fine since it uses the standard USB wireless interface. If you are going to use it for a computer it would be best used as a couch remote control-type keyboard. 5REVISED Two DealbreakersThis remote has a neat design but two things made it unacceptable. one: it will shut off after a minute or two of not using and a key press wont wake it up you must switch off/on again. number two: the scrolling feature only works correctly when held vertically which I never do when in horizontal position you need to swipe left/right to scroll and there appears to be no setting to correct this. too bad.REVISION They sent another remote and this one will come out of sleep mode with press of a button however the scrolling is still the same in that if your holding it horizontal you must swipe left/right to make a page scroll up/down. If this doesnt matter to you then you should like it.3This company has the best customer service !I am an IT consultant and tech, I build media centers and custom computers and have over 25 years experience in technology. I say this so it s understood that I have used a lot of devices, and this is a pretty solid keyboard all in all. After my last review though, a company representative got in touch with me and wanted to send me a different keyboard to try. They ended up sending me the same one I had purchased.I emailed him back and let him know. He immediately sent out the one he meant to go to me and apologized profusely for the mistake. The keyboard I got this time is great, and way more in line with what they ll be used for. This guy really went out of his way to make sure I was a happy customer in the end. Back to the keyboard at hand. This is an alright little keyboard . I have revised this review to a four star review purely based on this companies customer service being absolutely wonderful. I originally gave a poor review because I am not a fan of the keyboard, but not because it s a bad keyboard, I just need ones with backlights. I build quite a few media centers that require this small form of keyboard as a remote control, I will definitely put this AND the new keyboard in the running for options I give my customers on their builds. I will also have to see what other kinds of keyboard/controls they offer, I look forward to doing continued business with them!4An absolute jewel for anyone needing a tiny remote size keyboard This thing is GREAT!! I run streaming software called vMix for both streaming and event/class presentation purposes. In one location I have a presenter with 10-15 various forms of media (videos, slides, audio files, etc). When all the inputs are loaded into vMix, I had a person standing at the laptop pushing F1, F2, F3, etc as each input needed to be moved to the live screen. I got this to do away with the need of having someone stand there and this little jewel works perfectly! It will allow the presenter (Children's Church pastor) to hold this and simply press the F1, F2, F3....buttons when he is ready to advance to the next media. I ordered both the Blutooth and the regular wifi (this one) and the Blutooth was terrible - not recomended. However, this model works flawlessly. When the remote "goes to sleep", it wakes up instantly with a button push. So there is no issue with waking up and advancing to the next media using the various shortcut keys. For whatever reason, the mouse pad did not work until I pressed the "mouse button" located in the very top left corner of the mini keyboard. It has a picture of a mouse on it. Once I pressed that, the mouse pad works great. I could not figure out how to turn the mouse pad off once I pressed that button but that is not an issue for me.This little jewel is worth double what it cost in my opinion. Absolutely wonderful. If anything changes, or we begin to have any problems, then I will certainly report back and let you know so that I do not have a flawed review. But right now I would give this 2 thumbs up for anyone who needs a tiny remote size keyboard.As others have stated, this things is made of cheap plastic. However, the buttons have a very nice feel to them (both to the touch and pressing them). But for less than $15, if it gets broken I will just buy another one. Absolutely one of the coolest little cheap gadgets I have bought in a good while. 5A bit twitchy, but it worksI waited a while before posting this review because I had an earlier version of this product that just stopped working. This version seems reliable.As far as functionality goes, it's good for remote controlling a Windows machine attached to your TV, for streaming movies, internet browsing and so on. Range is decent - certainly it works across my living room. The only real negative about this device is that the operation of it is a bit twitchy. It has a physical power switch - if you leave that switch on, the remote goes to sleep, and it's not clear how to wake it up. Sometimes pressing a button wakes it up, sometimes you need to switch it off, wait a few seconds, and switch it back on (and then press a button!).4A Honest ReviewPros: No problem pairing with my Android TV Box (Nexbox). Takes AAA batteries which is what I was looking for - this was the only brand I found on Amazon that has the long key board, remote control shape. I would rather just pop in batteries than have to charge the device every few days.Cons: In your hands, it feels like a cheap piece of plastic. The on/off switch has the look, feel and production level of a cheap 99 cent toy. Some buttons require you to push harder than others - the "O" button barely worked, I had to really smash that one down. The track pad does NOT have two finger scrolling action. Latency through the roof - very choppy mouse movement - response very slow on track pad (at 12 feet away from Android Box (NEXBOX).What next? I returned this and got the Seenda Mini Bluetooth Keyboard W Touchpad for Android OS Windows (QQ-Tech Version). Although it doesn't take AAA batteries and I have to charge, just holding the product in your hand and the action of the buttons is a lot nicer. Still the size and shape of all my other remotes which was also a requirement. Track pad also worked smoother with no latency.1Good responsive touchpadAwesome! Works great. Small size. The touchpad works quite well. Uses 2 aaa batteries not included. Also has a space in the back to hold the usb receiver when you are moving or traveling with it. Also has an on-off switch to save power. I leave it on all the time. Will know in a few months how battery holds power.5
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Description
  • Compatible with Android TV Box, Raspberry Pi, HTPC, XBMC, PC, laptop. No need to keep a full sized keyboard and mouse connected
  • Connects to your device via included 2.4 Ghz USB receiver. Stored inside the back cover of the keyboard, simply insert the USB receiver into an available USB slot on your device for wireless connection
  • Support AAA battery,easy to install and change(battery not provided in package)
  • Use it to easily input text, browse the internet and play games with a unified keyboard and remote. You never have to leave the couch
  • Sold and serviced by iPazzPort, the leading manufacturer of low cost, high quality wireless handheld keyboards with One Year Warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

This little Bluetooth Gem of a Keyboard works like a champ! Needed a small keyboard for my Android TV Box. Using the standard remote to select letters on the TV screen using the "cursor" function is extremely trying and frustrating. Made searching for movies or TV shows really not worth the effort.This little Bluetooth Gem works like a champ! The Android TV Box is located in our Entertainment Center behind smoked glass doors and I have found the Bluetooth effective range is about 20 feet, plenty for our needs. The battery operated keyboard has an On/Off switch to prevent battery drain when not in use. It also includes a timed power-down feature - after approximately 5 seconds of inactivity, the Keyboard powers down. To power back up, simply press any key and power is restored. May be a little confusing at first, but I find is a nice battery saving feature while watching movies or TV Shows.Unit is solid, keys have a nice feel and the little mousepad is surprisingly effective! But do be careful... there are a few buttons on the sides that may accidently be pressed when first getting use to handling. 5Perfect for What I Need I purchased this product because I have a new Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and to backup/recover with a bootable USB thumb I needed a mouse and keyboard to use the backup software. The Surface type cover is not recognized by my backup software and the iPazzPort Wireless mini is. This product works great and is small enough to carry in my bag without taking up hardly any space where as a standard keyboard and mouse would. Perfect for what I need to do, 5Perfect remote for a home-theater type PC. I like this thing a lot more than I expected. I went with the 2.4ghz version since it will be attached to a thin client that I turned into a weak home theater type computer. There is no waiting for the device to p[air over Bluetooth or having to re-pair it. The 2.4 Ghz just works instantly when you turn it on and can wake the computer up from sleep.They keyboard has every key that a traditional computer keyboard does (Except the 10 key numeric keypad obviously) and the little touchpad works well. It supports acceleration but you still may have to swipe twice to get the mouse from one end of the screen to the other. There are hard buttons for the mouse buttons and a tap works for a left click. You can change the touch pad for horizontal or vertical mode.My only very minor gripe is that the swipe scrolling area on the touchpad does not re-orient when you switch to horizontal mode. 5Works great with Raspberry Pi 3B+The 1st thing I did when the iPazzPort keyboard (USB wireless version) arrived, I plugged it into my 7-year-old laptop running WIN10 (USB2.0) and it did not recognize it. no pairing no nothing. I assumed it was defective, but then I decided to try it on my wife's PC which is less than 1 year old. The thing was recognized instantly with a message on-screen. I pressed FN+F1 and instantly responded on-screen as PAIRED. I had real hope now, because I really bought this keyboard for my new Raspberry-Pi 3B+ so I plugged it into my Pi, turned it on, waited until it was fully booted and then press FN+F1. The LED on the keyboard flashed for several seconds and then the LED went dark so I pressed TAB on the new iPazzPort and sure enough the keyboard was connected to the Pi and working perfectly. The point is.. If you have trouble connecting, try a different PC. The iPazzPort may be fine but not compatible with your old pc. Also try different USB ports. They are not all the same. Newer PC's can have some 2.0 ports and some 3.0 ports. Its hard to say why it did not work on my old laptop when my wireless Logitech keybaord works fine on it (same port) , but it works great on my Pi and that's what I bought it for so I'm happy with it.5I have a love-hate relationship with this thing.I have a love-hate relationship with this thing. On one had it works so much better than my old Lenovo Multimedia Remote. That thing was super annoying to use. This one is much easier. But the problem is, there just way too many features on this little thing. The most annoying is that there doesn't seem to be a way to turn of tap to select on the touch pad. I hate that feature on computers and I hate it even more on this thing. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't accidentally create multiple aliases, or copy files onto my desktop because of this feature. It makes me question the life span of this remote. Mostly cause, one of these days I'm just going to throw it across the room and break it out of sheer frustration. Another annoying thing with the touchpad is that there is a scroll sensor on it, which is nice IF it were oriented the right way. It scrolls up and down, but you have to physically hold it lengthwise to do that. If you hold it horizontally like you're supposed to, you have to scroll left and right to go up and down.Otherwise, this is a great remote, perfect size, and there are multiple left click bottoms. Which is very handy. The buttons all function nicely, and its auto off features (although also kind of annoying) keeps the batteries going for a long time. Honestly, the above annoyances are pretty major, so major that I doubt I will continue using this remote for much longer. But for now it will do, and it is, like I said, much better than my old one....3Its cleverI am using this mainly for my Samsung Galaxy Halo, but have tested this on a few of my tablets including a Amazon Fire and Dragon Touch.I was expecting something a little different because of a video I watched in the reviews. Its the same exact packaging and seems to be the same device but it does not have a dongle. Also, it includes a usb cord. It looks like a male to female usb which I have no idea what I am supposed to do with!Neither the dongle or the usb cord is mentioned in the packaging or instructions... but I am pretty sure there is supposed to be a dongle because there is a slot for it by the battery insert. (shown in photos.) There is no use for the usb. There are no ports or a place to plug the usb in. I think it could be used for the missing dongle but it still does not make sense because it would only extend the dongle. Moving on.Other than that, so far I am pretty impressed with this mini keyboard! Most surprising is that the little mouse pad actually works... and it works well. A mouse cursor appears on the screen when using the pad. To click all you need to do is tap, but there are also two buttons for left and right click. Scrolling is just as easy. While the instructions it came with are not very helpful the keys and how to use them is pretty easy to figure out on your own. Its essentially just like a normal keyboard with a few extra shortcuts.It took a little time to figure out how to pair with bt. First, it has a switch at the base for on and off but it does not tell you which way is on and which is off. Then there are two silver buttons next to the switch that look like volume buttons but they seem to have no function.Do I find this to be faster typing than just using my phone keyboard? Yes and no. At first its slow typing until you figure out the best way to hold it and where certain keys are. You can type fast with this but keep in mind that there is no auto correct, so when you need to capatalize you have to hold down shift and press key. Same with punctuation, and I will say that I have had issues with some punctuation.I am typing this review with the keyboard and have you noticed I have not used and apostrophies?this is what happens when I use them.The fish t been the barrel.haven' s annoying.that'All the other punctuation works fine.So if you are using a phone this might not be faster typing... But if you are using a tablet and trying to use as a computer this will probably work great. You just have to tap the apostrophies in.For what this is I think its pretty amazing. I mean, you are trading a little function for convenience so you cant expect it better than a normal keyboard.I find the mouse pad feature to be the best thing about this. With my tablet this thing is gonna come in handy.4Great little device, immediately usableI purchased this to work with my Raspberry Pi, and it was quickly recognized by the device. The keys have a nice 'click' to them for a bit of feedback that it was pressed and the small layout only took a little while to get used it, still larger than a cell phone keyboard. I was impressed with the small mouse touchpad. Large enough for my thumb and sensitive enough that I do not recall hitting the edges of it much. I have not had it long enough to judge the battery life, but I cannot see it becoming a problem with a device such as this.I find myself often forgetting about the small ON-OFF switch at the bottom of the unit, but it is the most convenient place to have it.I see this as a must if you are purchasing a Pi to play around with... granted a full sized keyboard would work fine too.5Great device at a great price...Some of the negative reviews on here seem to put 80 dollar expectations on an 11 dollar item. I was expecting mediocre performance. I expected connectivity issues. I expected this to be just a "Get me through until I can afford something nicer" device. So imagine my surprise when this little thing connected well, stayed connected, had great sensitivity, and filled exactly the roll I needed it to. I am still astonished every time I use it as to why it was only 11 dollars. It is a great mini-keyboard and a great little mouse, though the mouse is so small it is hard to translate to the 55 inch screen I'm using it with. But it works! It gets the job done reliably. It even sleeps when you don't use it for a few minutes so you don't wear out the battery. Don't listen to the negative reviews. These are just people that need a reason to complain.5Great little wireless keyboard! This little keyboard works perfectly with my Raspberry Pi. I haven't tried using it with a computer but it should work fine since it uses the standard USB wireless interface. If you are going to use it for a computer it would be best used as a couch remote control-type keyboard. 5REVISED Two DealbreakersThis remote has a neat design but two things made it unacceptable. one: it will shut off after a minute or two of not using and a key press wont wake it up you must switch off/on again. number two: the scrolling feature only works correctly when held vertically which I never do when in horizontal position you need to swipe left/right to scroll and there appears to be no setting to correct this. too bad.REVISION They sent another remote and this one will come out of sleep mode with press of a button however the scrolling is still the same in that if your holding it horizontal you must swipe left/right to make a page scroll up/down. If this doesnt matter to you then you should like it.3This company has the best customer service !I am an IT consultant and tech, I build media centers and custom computers and have over 25 years experience in technology. I say this so it s understood that I have used a lot of devices, and this is a pretty solid keyboard all in all. After my last review though, a company representative got in touch with me and wanted to send me a different keyboard to try. They ended up sending me the same one I had purchased.I emailed him back and let him know. He immediately sent out the one he meant to go to me and apologized profusely for the mistake. The keyboard I got this time is great, and way more in line with what they ll be used for. This guy really went out of his way to make sure I was a happy customer in the end. Back to the keyboard at hand. This is an alright little keyboard . I have revised this review to a four star review purely based on this companies customer service being absolutely wonderful. I originally gave a poor review because I am not a fan of the keyboard, but not because it s a bad keyboard, I just need ones with backlights. I build quite a few media centers that require this small form of keyboard as a remote control, I will definitely put this AND the new keyboard in the running for options I give my customers on their builds. I will also have to see what other kinds of keyboard/controls they offer, I look forward to doing continued business with them!4An absolute jewel for anyone needing a tiny remote size keyboard This thing is GREAT!! I run streaming software called vMix for both streaming and event/class presentation purposes. In one location I have a presenter with 10-15 various forms of media (videos, slides, audio files, etc). When all the inputs are loaded into vMix, I had a person standing at the laptop pushing F1, F2, F3, etc as each input needed to be moved to the live screen. I got this to do away with the need of having someone stand there and this little jewel works perfectly! It will allow the presenter (Children's Church pastor) to hold this and simply press the F1, F2, F3....buttons when he is ready to advance to the next media. I ordered both the Blutooth and the regular wifi (this one) and the Blutooth was terrible - not recomended. However, this model works flawlessly. When the remote "goes to sleep", it wakes up instantly with a button push. So there is no issue with waking up and advancing to the next media using the various shortcut keys. For whatever reason, the mouse pad did not work until I pressed the "mouse button" located in the very top left corner of the mini keyboard. It has a picture of a mouse on it. Once I pressed that, the mouse pad works great. I could not figure out how to turn the mouse pad off once I pressed that button but that is not an issue for me.This little jewel is worth double what it cost in my opinion. Absolutely wonderful. If anything changes, or we begin to have any problems, then I will certainly report back and let you know so that I do not have a flawed review. But right now I would give this 2 thumbs up for anyone who needs a tiny remote size keyboard.As others have stated, this things is made of cheap plastic. However, the buttons have a very nice feel to them (both to the touch and pressing them). But for less than $15, if it gets broken I will just buy another one. Absolutely one of the coolest little cheap gadgets I have bought in a good while. 5A bit twitchy, but it worksI waited a while before posting this review because I had an earlier version of this product that just stopped working. This version seems reliable.As far as functionality goes, it's good for remote controlling a Windows machine attached to your TV, for streaming movies, internet browsing and so on. Range is decent - certainly it works across my living room. The only real negative about this device is that the operation of it is a bit twitchy. It has a physical power switch - if you leave that switch on, the remote goes to sleep, and it's not clear how to wake it up. Sometimes pressing a button wakes it up, sometimes you need to switch it off, wait a few seconds, and switch it back on (and then press a button!).4A Honest ReviewPros: No problem pairing with my Android TV Box (Nexbox). Takes AAA batteries which is what I was looking for - this was the only brand I found on Amazon that has the long key board, remote control shape. I would rather just pop in batteries than have to charge the device every few days.Cons: In your hands, it feels like a cheap piece of plastic. The on/off switch has the look, feel and production level of a cheap 99 cent toy. Some buttons require you to push harder than others - the "O" button barely worked, I had to really smash that one down. The track pad does NOT have two finger scrolling action. Latency through the roof - very choppy mouse movement - response very slow on track pad (at 12 feet away from Android Box (NEXBOX).What next? I returned this and got the Seenda Mini Bluetooth Keyboard W Touchpad for Android OS Windows (QQ-Tech Version). Although it doesn't take AAA batteries and I have to charge, just holding the product in your hand and the action of the buttons is a lot nicer. Still the size and shape of all my other remotes which was also a requirement. Track pad also worked smoother with no latency.1Good responsive touchpadAwesome! Works great. Small size. The touchpad works quite well. Uses 2 aaa batteries not included. Also has a space in the back to hold the usb receiver when you are moving or traveling with it. Also has an on-off switch to save power. I leave it on all the time. Will know in a few months how battery holds power.5
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