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CPC - Wireless Mini Keyboard with Touchpad, Black (QWERTY QK-90015) - Free Delivery £6.01

£6.01 @ CPC Farnell
Wireless Mini Keyboard - £5.99 FAIR-RITE (Part No: 2508056017Y2) - £0.02 (add this item to make the total above £5 (exc VAT) which avoids the handling charge £2.50) Total - £5.99 + £0.02 = £6.01… Read More
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
Wireless Mini Keyboard - £5.99

FAIR-RITE (Part No: 2508056017Y2) - £0.02 (add this item to make the total above £5 (exc VAT) which avoids the handling charge £2.50)

Total - £5.99 + £0.02 = £6.01

Wireless Mini Keyboard Details

Ultra compact wireless keyboard with fully featured QWERTY keyboard; ideally suited for media centre PCs, Android TV devices, Xbox 360 or PS3 consoles.

-Perfect for emails, messaging and playing games

-Built-in touchpad with adjustable resolution

-Innovative mouse-wheel feature for easy browsing

-2.4 GHz wireless technology with 10m range

-Rechargeable Li-ion battery which charges via USB

-Supports Win XP/Vista/7/8, Android 2.2+, Linux, Xbox 360 and PS3

All stock appears to be gone now, could we expire please.

Thanks :)

- cpctweet
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5 Likes
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.

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#1
Add CPC to title
#2
AJ92
Add CPC to title
Updated....
#3
Where does it say free delivery?

CPC orders have to be at least £6 to qualify for free delivery.
#4
it's coming up 8.99 for me added price for handling...
#5
Shambles
Where does it say free delivery?
CPC orders have to be at least £6 to qualify for free delivery.
FREE DELIVERY on all UK mainland orders over £5 ex vat
2 Likes #6
So what is £5 ex vat?

In my book, that's £6
#7
Same, comes up as £8.99 for me
#8
Add a resistor or something to get it over £4.99, personally I'm always breaking usb leads so I just went for one of those


Edited By: Shard on Nov 23, 2016 14:24: grammar
#9
There's a handling charge but free delivery, total seems to be £8.99.
1 Like #10
snoopy88
it's coming up 8.99 for me added price for handling...
Agreed... If you add one more item for £0.01p which makes the total above £5, there is no handling charge

e.g: AMP FROM TE CONNECTIVITY 1586000-2 PLUG HOUSING, FREE-HANGING, 2 WAY for £0.06
1 Like #11
Probably wise if you add ^that^ to your description, for as it stands your title is still incorrect & misleading ;)
#12
I have one of these but the battery is quite poor on them, need to charge it a lot
1 Like #13
Images indicate UK keyboard layout rather than the more common US layout. Seems decent for the money.
5 Likes #14
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.
#15
I use this and my one uses a Nokia battery to power it; memories. Got to mention that the battery life is amazing too...
2 Likes #16
these are handy for android boxes. good price as it's about that for Chinese ebay sales that take a while to arrive
#17
Sqsq
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.
any recommendations?
#18
Good deal - 2 ordered, cheers OP
3 Likes #19
BillDoor
Sqsq
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.
any recommendations?

Genuine Rii with UK layout, LED backlit, and battery lasts a long time. The seller I bought from no longer on ebay, but is similar to this one on Amazon. Note the backlight button just below the play button.

Edited By: Sqsq on Nov 23, 2016 13:41
#20
Can this be used with the Firestick? If so how would you set it up?
#21
Anyone know if these work with a Raspberry Pi (version 3)?
#22
Ordered. Thanks
#23
Anyone tried one with a PS4?
#24
Dodge62
Anyone know if these work with a Raspberry Pi (version 3)?
I have a similar version that works with Raspberry Pi 2, so I would think so.
The one thing I did find odd with these is that if you want to use the right click button, you have to use the tracker pad to position the cursor, if you use the arrow keys instead, the right click button does not work. This was also the case with one of the other buttons but I can't remember which.

Edited By: giltbrook on Nov 23, 2016 14:34
#25
the rii i8+ is the original. for an extra £4 can be had.
2 Likes #27
era
I have one of these but the battery is quite poor on them, need to charge it a lot
just turn it on when you need it... I got one about 9 months ago and have only charged it the first day I got it
#28
says 2.4ghz so looks like usb adaptor not blue tooth so wont work
#29
anyone used with Fire TV or stick ?
#30
£6.08 delivered with a capacitor, great deal!
#31
Sqsq
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.


definitely DOES HAVE a backlight, i just read the instruction manual (hosted on the webpage).
#32
Thanks OP, I've had these in white before, for a couple of years, and they got bleached by the sun. Bought and heated.

Edited By: davemhaynes on Nov 23, 2016 18:11
1 Like #33
Looking on tinternet it seams to be compatible with Amazon Fire TV and Kodi. Get me one of those.
#34
Had one of these for a while, the rubberised keys quite frequently miss the strokes which is quite annoying.

Had a Rii Mini N7 which was quite a bit better but died after a year of use, still missed stroke though.

Just ordered a Logitech K400 which is full qwerty, hopefully thats a bit easier to use.
#35
Good enough for Kodi... thanks OP.
#36
work with ps4?
#37
Wonder if the price drop has anything to do with recent reports concerning security?

https://www.wired.com/2016/07/radio-hack-steals-keystrokes-millions-wireless-keyboards/

Should be okay to use where passwords, credit card numbers, etc aren't being entered. e.g. Kodi, etc.
#38
i've got one of these. would go for the bluetooth version for the better connection. this is RF. worth the price though
#39
dck
Wonder if the price drop has anything to do with recent reports concerning security?https://www.wired.com/2016/07/radio-hack-steals-keystrokes-millions-wireless-keyboards/
Should be okay to use where passwords, credit card numbers, etc aren't being entered. e.g. Kodi, etc.
Why would security concerns lead to a price drop on one model?
#40
gidsterc
Sqsq
No backlight. Useless for HTPC/meda in the dark. Good deal if only using in day/lit rooms.

definitely DOES HAVE a backlight, i just read the instruction manual (hosted on the webpage).
Definitely?
There is nothing to indicate backlighting in the pictures of that keyboard, or in the description.

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