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JUSTOP Backlit Mini Wireless Keyboard With Touchpad - £10.36 prime / £14.36 non prime Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

£10.36 @ Amazon
cheaper than the Rii i8 deal yesterday at £10.59. Also this is backlit Read More
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cheaper than the Rii i8 deal yesterday at £10.59. Also this is backlit
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4 Likes #1
If they're like the 3 I've had from Amazon, don't bother :(

All developed same fault, when trying to navigate menus, the keyboard acted like the left button was constantly being pressed.

Use a wireless mouse with my Pi and much better (IMHO)
1 Like #2
Good reviews but cheaper on eBay if you don't have Prime.
#3
captainbeaky
Good reviews but cheaper on eBay if you don't have Prime.


Cool. What price are they selling on eBay?
#4
I've got the non illuminated version, battery lasts ages even when kept on. Any ideas on this? I'm assuming you can turn the illumination off when not required?
1 Like #5
Thought this same offer had already been posted, but similar
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/i8-mini-wireless-keyboard-2-4ghz-english-russian-air-mouse-keyboard-touchpad-remote-2572189


Edited By: ristac on Dec 11, 2016 12:33
1 Like #6
DarrylJohn
I've got the non illuminated version, battery lasts ages even when kept on. Any ideas on this? I'm assuming you can turn the illumination off when not required?
There's a button on the keypad you press for the backlight :)
1 Like #7
bought the same one from ebay - I'm happy with it :)


Edited By: alien on Dec 11, 2016 12:43
#8
good for nvidia tv ?
#9
Still cheaper on Ebay. Only paid £8.20 delivered. Was from China so took a couple of weeks to arrive.
#10
Just ordered another. Have this for my other box. No problems so far after 3 weeks of daily use.
#11
Anyone know if they work ok with Amazon Fire TV?
#12
100% claimed now.
#13
chrisredmayne
good for nvidia tv ?


works fine in the shield tv
#14
polarbaba
chrisredmayne
good for nvidia tv ?


works fine in the shield tv


mines the original rii one. not this one, however I shouldn't think they were any different so far as the shield is concerned.
1 Like #15
wouldn't touch a Justop product again. Sent an android device back as it kept failing, when I returned the second time I never got it back, or a refund. Didn't respond to my emails, letter or on the forums. Was out of pocket £40!
1 Like #16
I also have one of these and they have issues. Mine for instance will get confused if I press a key (like down arrow) several times quickly, and will move the mouse randomly and press the right mouse button.

Also, it doesn't seem to go to power saving mode so if I forget to switch it off, the battery will be depleted next day.
1 Like #17
justathome
wouldn't touch a Justop product again. Sent an android device back as it kept failing, when I returned the second time I never got it back, or a refund. Didn't respond to my emails, letter or on the forums. Was out of pocket £40!
if true its theft isnt it?
#18
I have the non-illuminated version of this. The problem I have is when the PC reboots I have to on plug the USB receiver and replug it in in order to use a keyboard.

Does anybody else have this problem?
#19
Joe Dante
If they're like the 3 I've had from Amazon, don't bother :(
All developed same fault, when trying to navigate menus, the keyboard acted like the left button was constantly being pressed.
Use a wireless mouse with my Pi and much better (IMHO)

I have this exact same problem; I even took the whole thing apart to see if I could fix it, but I couldn't see anything visibly wrong with anything inside.
Shame, as it was quite handy for my HTPC/Kodi.
#20
hobnobgoblin
Joe Dante
If they're like the 3 I've had from Amazon, don't bother :(
All developed same fault, when trying to navigate menus, the keyboard acted like the left button was constantly being pressed.
Use a wireless mouse with my Pi and much better (IMHO)
I have this exact same problem; I even took the whole thing apart to see if I could fix it, but I couldn't see anything visibly wrong with anything inside.
Shame, as it was quite handy for my HTPC/Kodi.
When it worked I really liked it. Sent the first 2 back for a replacement and the 3rd went back for a refund
#21
wendy07
justathome
wouldn't touch a Justop product again. Sent an android device back as it kept failing, when I returned the second time I never got it back, or a refund. Didn't respond to my emails, letter or on the forums. Was out of pocket £40!
if true its theft isnt it?


indeed. but I was advised at the time it wasn't worth pursuing
#22
Been using mine now for over a week.
small issue that the "t" key has to be pressed down harder to work which can be annoying.
am pleased with the lighting up of the keys - makes it much easier to read in the dark. Will probably send back for a replacement though as the key is annoying.

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