Nexos 2.4Ghz Wireless Multimedia Keyboard +TouchPad @ Ebuyer £13.98 + Del - HotUKDeals
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I have one of these and its works well, though the touch pad is a bit sensitive,

+ £4.50 delivery
or free over £50

Features:
2.4GHz Wireless Technology range up to 10M
Slim compact design
Space-saving, centrally positioned Touch Pad with Scrolling Function
Click and Right Click buttons
Start Key to pop-up Media Center®
Built-in Battery Low LED, ON/OFF Switch Design
14 Hot Keys
4 Internet Hot Keys: WWW, E-mail, Back, Forward
8 Multimedia Hot Keys: Volume down, Volume up, Mute, Pre track, Next track, Play/Pause, Stop, record
2 Application Hot Keys: My Computer, Calculator
12 Embedded Vista Function Hot Keys are controlled by the “Fn Lock” key
Friendly Media Center® Menus
6 MCE Hot Keys: My Music, My Videos, My Pictures, My TV, My Radio, DVD
Pop-Up Windows® VistaTM Features
6 Application Hot Keys:, Close, Win select, Zoom +/- , Gadget, Flip 3D

Technical Specs
Hot keys 17 hot keys, Touchpad
Weight(g) 540g
Dimension(L x W x H mm) 422 x 180 x 19 mm
RF receiver Slim USB Receiver: 56.5 x 16 x 11 mm
Compatibility OS Windows XP/Vista
Power Consumption Keyboard: <20mA
Transmission Distance 10 meters
Battery Type 2 AA Batteries
Operation Frequency 2.4GHz RF
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#1
I got one of these last year when they were a similar price.
I have had issues with the trackpad, it is far too sensative and the cursor can be made to move without even touching the pad.
I had it replaced once under warranty, but the replacement wasn't much better.
Would be interested to know if anyone else has experienced this.
#2
CrazyBob
I got one of these last year when they were a similar price.
I have had issues with the trackpad, it is far too sensative and the cursor can be made to move without even touching the pad.
I had it replaced once under warranty, but the replacement wasn't much better.
Would be interested to know if anyone else has experienced this.

Both you and the OP so its not looking good. I've got the little keysonic 2.4GHz keyboard which works very well
#3
Seems like a good keyboard....
extensive review here:
http://www.mods-n-clocks.co.uk/?p=66
#4
I got one of these somewhere, I remeber it being rubish.
#5
s24rrt
I got one of these somewhere, I remeber it being rubish.
I've had mine over a year and it works well, certainly not "rubbish".
The track pad is too sensitive and It's not as good as the Keysonic but that costs £32 on Amazon, it's fine for a cheap occasional use HTPC keyboard.
#6
Got one of these and LOVE it. Voted hot :)
#7
As has been stated, the trackpad does, unfortunately, let it down.
#8
No problems with mine, I use it with HTPC. I wouldn't want to use it as my main keyboard, but it is fine for a bit of couch surfing. Cheap and cheerful.
#9
Got one of these keyboards, replacing a Keysonic, which was fine until one of its keys fell off - its ideal as a HTPC keyboard, browsing is easy, shortcut keys to volume and media controls (play, pause, etc) are a nice bonus. Greater wireless range compared to the Keysonic. Only criticism is the keys feel a bit hollow, but acceptable. Its just the job on my media pc.
#10
Price is now £18.40.
#11
I'll never have a wireless keyboard again - batteries run out at the worst times
#12
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s24rrt
I got one of these somewhere, I remeber it being rubish.

I've had mine over a year and it works well, certainly not "rubbish".
The track pad is too sensitive and It's not as good as the Keysonic but that costs £32 on Amazon, it's fine for a cheap occasional use HTPC keyboard.


agree with s24rrt, this keyboard is rubbish, spend a 15 more and get a better quality keyboard.
#13
kratos80
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s24rrt
I got one of these somewhere, I remeber it being rubish.
I've had mine over a year and it works well, certainly not "rubbish".
The track pad is too sensitive and It's not as good as the Keysonic but that costs £32 on Amazon, it's fine for a cheap occasional use HTPC keyboard.

agree with s24rrt, this keyboard is rubbish, spend a 15 more and get a better quality keyboard.

Why? I'm using it right now, perfectly good. You must have money to burn, lucky chap.

http://i54.tinypic.com/2gx4lfk.jpg
#14
Can anyone confirm if this thing has any issues with ubuntu? Some of these cheap HTPC keyboards do.
#15
Got one for my revo 3700 media pc and the trackpad is rubbish. I paid £20 for mine and its usable for what i need it for.

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