Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard (Built-in TouchPad/Laser Pointer)
Item No.: DQ-GIFT - LP0002
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For the lecturer, sales manager, presenter, and teachers from within a 30' radius make a presentation and operate PC wirelessly. Change slides and screen options, write on the screen, emphasize words and objects just by using this wireless Mini Keyboard and Mouse with Touch Pad and laser pointer . Built-in laser pointer help the lecturer explain the chart article more clear and easy.
For people who want to watch internet TV play on their standard TV, via broadband and a PC, like NBC，ABC,FOX and IPTV, if use this wireless mini combo, who can sit in comfortable chair and select viewing pleasures without walking to computer to change channels or scroll through options.
- A very small QWERTY keyboard
- Features backlights allowing it to be used in darkened conditions
- Wireless and works on a 2.4GHz radio frequency that connects up to a provided receiver
- The range of the keyboard is 30 meters.
- Has a mini touchpad allowing you to take control of the mouse pointer. The pad works both vertically and horizontally
- The QWERTY keyboard has 69 keys in total, providing plenty of function keys and other various keys you might need
- The battery is built-in and can keep the keyboard powered for about 1 months usage
- A laser pointer to provide you the capability for pointing on slides when needed.
- Max operating distance: 30m
- Model: DSSS model RF
- Transmitting power: Max +4dBm
- Working voltage: 3.3V
- Working current: <150mA
- Charge voltage: 4.2V~5.05V
- Charge current: <350mA
- Sleep current: <1mA
- Color: black
- System Supported: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, CE, 7,Linux (Debian-3.1, Redhat-9.0 Ubuntu-8.10 Fedora-7.0 tested)
- 1 x Mini Wireless Laser Keyboard
1 x USB Cable
Avg. Customer Rating: (5.0 out of 5) based on 1 review. Write Your Review
1. Nice mini keyboard for the price
By Shem S. from Olathe, KS on Oct 11, 2011
This Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard is even smaller than I thought it would be. I bought this for my home theater pc and it works great. Small and compact just like a TV remote and has a mouse and keyboard!
-The touchpad is responsive, and while not as large as what you’d find on a laptop, is still large enough that it doesn’t feel cramped.
-The right-click, left-click, and arrow buttons are conveniently placed, and the up and down arrow buttons double as PgUp and PgDn, so navigation is a breeze.
-Touch pad orientation can be turned 90 degrees so you can hold it like a typical remote. The inclusion of a laser pointer makes this a great little device for giving presentations.
-The keyboard is backlit, making it great for controlling a media server or HTPC in a darkened room.
-Setup is a breeze. Just plug in the USB dongle, and start using the keyboard. It works on Windows, Linux, and Macs.
-Wireless connectivity means you don’t need line-of-sight like you do for a TV remote. This is great for computers set up as media servers and stored out of sight.
-Battery life has proven to be fine for my use. One charge has lasted about a week.
-The keyboard has a sleep mode and it doesn't really tell you when it's awake by lighting up or something. Not really a bid deal but kind of annoying sometimes when you start trying to use the touch pad. You need to press a key first.
-Because of the arrangement and size of the keys, using some common keyboard shortcuts, particularly Ctrl-Z (Undo), Ctrl-X (Cut), and Ctrl-C (Copy), is a bit tricky. Also, the lack of a right Shift means typing uppercase letters located on the left side of the keyboard is a bit awkward.
Overall, it’s just an awesome product. There maybe some better mini keyboards out there, but none this affordable with these features. I definitely recommend this product.