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Backlit 2.4GHz Wireless Backlight Keyboard Air Mouse Touchpad Handheld Remote Control £5.73 Delivered @ Tomtop

£5.73 @ Tomtop
Decent price! Perfect for an Android box or Raspberry Pi. :) This is a 2.4GHz wireless mini QWERTY keyboard and TouchPad combo, with USB interface receiver. It consists not only of normal wireless ke… Read More
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[mod] 1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Decent price! Perfect for an Android box or Raspberry Pi. :)

This is a 2.4GHz wireless mini QWERTY keyboard and TouchPad combo, with USB interface receiver. It consists not only of normal wireless keyboard keys, but also of multimedia control keys and PC gaming control keys. Plug and play, simple and smooth. The mini keyboard ensures convenient typing, and you can control your devices on your couch.

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Features:
[3 in 1 Multifunctional Combo] Wireless QWERTY keyboard, touchpad mouse and LED backlit. Compatible with PC, Notebook, Smart TV, Android TV BOX, etc.
[2.4GHz Wireless Connection] With included USB interface adapter, no driver needed, plug and play. 2.4GHz wireless connection, enjoy up to 10 meters wireless control.
[Backlit Function] Very easy and convenient to use the keyboard in the dark. Blue, Green, Red three kinds of backlight can be freely switched (Fn+F2).
[High Sensitive Touchpad] Easy to operate left mouse (single finger tap), right mouse (two-finger tap) and rolling screen (two fingers drag). Touchpad DPI adjustable functions.
[92 Keys Keyboard] Consists of normal wireless keyboard keys, multimedia control keys and PC gaming control keys. The keyboard also features auto sleep and auto wake mode.

Note 1: USB Dongle is placed at the back of the keyboard.
Note 2: Powered by two AAA battery (not included)

Specifications:
Frequency range: 2.403GHz-2.480GHz
Operating distance: Up to 10 meters / 30ft
Battery: 2 * AAA battery (not included)
Operating voltage: 3.3V
Operating current: 10mA
Charging current: 300mA
Sleep current: 1mA
LED Light Color: Red, Blue, Green
Color: Black
Main Item Size: 14.7 * 9.8 * 1.8cm / 5.78 * 3.85 * 0.70in
Main Item Weight: 90g / 3.18oz
Package Size: 15.8 * 10.0 * 2.1cm / 6.22 * 3.93 * 0.82in
Package Weight: 113g / 3.96oz

Package List:
1 * Wireless Keyboard
1 * USB Wireless Receiver
1 * English User Manual
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[mod] 1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
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10 Likes
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252796716893?ul_noapp=true

Make an offer and get it cheaper with a battery from Ebay.
6 Likes
kriss57
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252796716893?ul_noapp=trueMake an offer and get it cheaper with a battery from Ebay.


Not backlit
6 Likes
o1nk000
For £5.83? Seriously, what do you want for the money?


I think he wants a Bluetooth one...

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1 Like #1
I use a ri i8 mini keyboard for my android box. These keyboard s are excellent. At this price its a bargain. Thanks op

Edited By: vassy1 on May 20, 2017 18:20: .
1 Like #2
Good find takes a lot to get the bidding cheaper on eBay so good buy it now price
3 Likes #3
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
1 Like #4
Just ordered. Nice find ;)
#5
Not bluetooth
unfortunately
1 Like #6
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.

I think some may prefer AAA batteries because the rechargeable ones that are supplied inside these types of keyboards usually fail early
1 Like #7
crazymonkey
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
I think some may prefer AAA batteries because the rechargeable ones that are supplied inside these types of keyboards usually fail early
Conversely, the rechargeable type is often old skool Nokia so plentiful and cheap :p
1 Like #8
will this work with my laptop as the laptop keyboard is fcuked
#9
zebandit
will this work with my laptop as the laptop keyboard is fcuked
should do, I got this one amazon link which worked perfectly after I spilled beer on my laptop keyboard!
#10
Just what I needed at a half decent price ...

And just what I was looking for.

Thanx OP. :-)
10 Likes #11
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252796716893?ul_noapp=true

Make an offer and get it cheaper with a battery from Ebay.
#12
anyone know if these work with fire TV, trying to use chrome with the remote is a PITA
#13
LadyEleanor
Not bluetooth
unfortunately


same here. have been gunning for bluetooth version under £7. I wish Rii has flash sale :)
#14
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
Actually replaceable battery feature is much more desirable and better than charging via USB.
much easier and never have to look for USB cable and wait for it to charge when you need it.

Edited By: Tequila on May 19, 2017 23:50: edit
1 Like #15
Can this work with Phillips android TV directly?
1 Like #16
Tequila
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
Actually replaceable battery feature is much more desirable and better than charging via USB.
much easier and never have to look for USB cable and wait for it to charge when you need it.

They all take both types of batteries, just some come with the rechargeable ones

Edited By: kriss57 on May 20, 2017 00:01: a
#17
zebandit
will this work with my laptop as the laptop keyboard is fcuked

Why mess about with one of these, wouldn't it be easier to just buy a cheap USB keyboard?
#18
From_the_Midlands
Can this work with Phillips android TV directly?


Good question... waiting for the reply 8)
#19
Do I bite and get for this price or stick with my wireless mouse?

Had 3 of these in the past and they all developed the same fault (cursor would move on it's on and light on keyboard constantly flashing as if I was pressing something).

Returned first 2 and threw out the 3rd.

Maybe I'll try the eBay link (thanks kriss57) and see how much I can get off asking price :)
#20
kriss57
Tequila
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
Actually replaceable battery feature is much more desirable and better than charging via USB.
much easier and never have to look for USB cable and wait for it to charge when you need it.

They all take both types of batteries, just some come with the rechargeable ones


No they don't, the most common only use a proprietary rechargeable like a phone battery.
6 Likes #21
kriss57
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252796716893?ul_noapp=trueMake an offer and get it cheaper with a battery from Ebay.


Not backlit
#22
Need to get one of these but not sure this is the best from reading this.
#23
Tequila
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
Actually replaceable battery feature is much more desirable and better than charging via USB.
much easier and never have to look for USB cable and wait for it to charge when you need it.
USB cable would be found hanging from a USB port normally, you know, since you need the receiver plugged in for the keyboard to work.
1 Like #24
Joe.Dante
Do I bite and get for this price or stick with my wireless mouse?
Had 3 of these in the past and they all developed the same fault (cursor would move on it's on and light on keyboard constantly flashing as if I was pressing something).
Returned first 2 and threw out the 3rd.
Maybe I'll try the eBay link (thanks kriss57) and see how much I can get off asking price :)

Bit bigger but I've had my Logitech k400 for years now, maybe 5?
Even washed the dongle part in the washer. Thing gets through a fair bit of punishment. Used it on a media pc for 2 years, laptop for one and in the field as an it engineer for another year.
Little guys a fighter!

Tho dunno is current gen is any good, mines gen1. I know gen2 had some android issues but was fixed in gen3.

-edit 2011 I bought it for £20, with a free mouse too.


Edited By: rvcshart on May 20, 2017 08:57
1 Like #25
If you pay in $ via paypal, which you would probably use anyway it comes out at £5.56 GBP
Not much of a saving, but its a bit :)
#26
I've had two of these. Both virtually useless unless you're within a meter of the receiver.
#27
gazdoubleu
kriss57
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252796716893?ul_noapp=true
Make an offer and get it cheaper with a battery from Ebay.
Not backlit

Hold me hands up, fair do's. ;)
#28
From_the_Midlands
Can this work with Phillips android TV directly?
I don't know what you mean by "directly" but I use my Rii R8 mini keyboard by plugging the usb receiver into the back of Philips Android tv. It works perfectly.
#29
One of the comments made on item from ebay link below re Android TV:

Works well - Great Price
I recently bought an android tv box which works well but only has a basic remote.
I bought this keyboard to use as a remote.
I wasn't sure it would do what I wanted but for less than £6.00 delivered I thought it was worth trying.
I am not dissapointed, it worked well straight out of the box allowing me to easily control all functions of the box.
#30
xfaxfa
Tequila
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.
Actually replaceable battery feature is much more desirable and better than charging via USB.
much easier and never have to look for USB cable and wait for it to charge when you need it.
USB cable would be found hanging from a USB port normally, you know, since you need the receiver plugged in for the keyboard to work.
Receiver plugs in directly.
1 Like #31
any good for a Raspberry Pi zero? I bought one a few weeks ago but haven't used it yet.
#32
AndyRoyd
Appears to have a US-layout keyboard and will require user to supply AAA batteries rather than the preferable inclusive USB-rechargeable option, but otherwise seems decent for the price.

Thanks for posting, enough to put me off.
2 Likes #33
MEEP MEEP WARNING

STAY AWAY FROM THESE

MEEP MEEP

HAD A NUMBER OF THESE AND ALL BROKE. EVERYONES BREAKS.

BAD CHINESE MAKING CAUSE LITTLE POOR CHILDREN MAKE THEM FOR $0 AND GET THEIR HANDS MANGLED. GO FOR BRANDED ONE. look @ ebuyer

- that was a public service announcement -
#34
Got one of these but with rechargeable battery. Decent remote
#35
LadyEleanor
Not bluetooth
unfortunately


For £5.83? Seriously, what do you want for the money?
6 Likes #36
o1nk000
For £5.83? Seriously, what do you want for the money?


I think he wants a Bluetooth one...
#37
Thanks OP, that's a bargain!
1 Like #38
What a waste of a good beer.

worto03
zebandit
will this work with my laptop as the laptop keyboard is fcuked
should do, I got this one amazon link which worked perfectly after I spilled beer on my laptop keyboard!
#39
Same question from me also.

retrogeezer
any good for a Raspberry Pi zero? I bought one a few weeks ago but haven't used it yet.
1 Like #40
I have something similar for my Android box. Works really well. Having a keyboard to enter text is reason enough to get one of these.
Mine came with a rechargeable battery, but if that ever gets knackered, the remote will take AAA batteries, too - perfect, IMO. The battery charges by micro-USB, so I just leave a cable plugged into the TV's spare USB port, and I never have a dead remote.

The range is fine - I can sit anywhere in my room, and the signal reaches. The button has stuck once, but switching the remote off and then on again fixed it (although, I know that others do have problems, including pressing several keys, but only one key actually responds onscreen).

It's light, it has a touchpad, it has a left and right mouse button, it has shortcuts, it has a nav-control, it has a volume control - if you get one with no problems, these are really good. If you watch your TV with the lights on, then go for it. If you watch in the dark, then you'll probably be better of with the backlight version.

Phew!

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