Xenta Micro Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard with Mouse Wheel and TouchScroll Bar (works with ipad, iphone, ipod) now £14.99 + £3.58 deliverey at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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* Micro size keyboard, dimensions 202mm (L), 106mm (W), 18mm (D)
* Keyboard includes left/right mouse buttons and a thumb mouse scroll wheel - Customer note, the thumb scroll wheel will not work with the ipad.
* Touch scroll bar at the side of the mouse wheel allows you to scroll up and down pages/documents.
* 56 key layout, QWERTY keyboard in UK layout
* Includes Media Control Keys - Email, Internet, Back/Forward, Play/Pause/Mute (activated by pressing function key)
* Includes Arrow Keys
* Weight 205g
* Wireless Bluetooth - (enabled Bluetooth device or receiver required, bluetooth receiver not included) Wireless range up to 10 Metres
* Includes Sleep and Wake up on key press functions to greatly extend battery life.
* Battery Low LED Indicator
* On/Off Switch
* Takes 2x AAA batteries (included)
* Fully Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7
* Connects to ipod touch/iphone/ipad easily
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#1
Direct link?
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chaos86
Direct link?


Sorry about that, it's fixed now :)
#3
I've been after a cheap wireless keyboard with mouse functionality for a while.
This will work with my PS3, Media Centre PC and (when I upgrade to an Android 2.3 ROM) my phone.
Cheers OP!
#4
tempting buy, assume this works with iphone 4...

Edited By: zaft on Feb 25, 2011 12:56
#5
zaft
tempting buy, assume this works with iphone 4...
Yes but the mouse will be useless.
This one is cheaper if you don't need the mouse.
#6
Cheers OP. Ordered
#7
Will this work with the wii?
#8
BubaMan
zaft
tempting buy, assume this works with iphone 4...
Yes but the mouse will be useless.
This one is cheaper if you don't need the mouse.


I have one of those, works but its nasty cheap tat.
#9
Just got one from their ebay site for 36p less and topcashback. I would normally prefer to get it from the seller's website when there's only a small difference in cost but I didn't want the chance of it arriving via courier. The ebuyer ebay site mentions Royal Mail so it's easier for me to pick up if I'm not in when it gets delivered.
#10
Ooops. Forgot to say 'Cheers OP' for the heads up though. Heat added. :D
#11
KeithD
Just got one from their ebay site for 36p less and topcashback. I would normally prefer to get it from the seller's website when there's only a small difference in cost but I didn't want the chance of it arriving via courier. The ebuyer ebay site mentions Royal Mail so it's easier for me to pick up if I'm not in when it gets delivered.
I ordered something from their ebay site 2 weeks ago and it arrived via Citylink.
#12
Looks pretty good - just bear in mind that ebuyer quite often only show the favourable reviews.
#13
I've got one of those keyboards as well. I wouldn't say they were 'tat'. They seem well constructed. But you can't 'type' on them. The keys are just too hard and way too much feedback. A great device for getting RSI !

gavjbrown
BubaMan
zaft
tempting buy, assume this works with iphone 4...
Yes but the mouse will be useless.
This one is cheaper if you don't need the mouse.

I have one of those, works but its nasty cheap tat.
2 Likes #14
andy_spoo
I've got one of those keyboards as well. I wouldn't say they were 'tat'. They seem well constructed. But you can't 'type' on them.

How is a keyboard that you can't type on not tat? :)
#15
How well does the mouse work?

I'm thinking about it, because I found out recently I can put Ubuntu on my phone, but it seemed pointless without a physical keyboard and mouse.
#16
sunil237
How well does the mouse work?

I'm thinking about it, because I found out recently I can put Ubuntu on my phone, but it seemed pointless without a physical keyboard and mouse.


Like the analogue stick on a PSP, if you've ever used one.


Edited By: Xeijin on Feb 27, 2011 00:03: none
1 Like #17
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)
#18
BraveSirRobin
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)


Oh yeah! Remember the the joggler craze last year. I wonder if people are still using them? This product coupled with my new NAS might be perfect to breathe new life into my joggler.

Edited By: Jeevster on Feb 26, 2011 22:13
#19
Jeevster
BraveSirRobin
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)


Oh yeah! Remember the the joggler craze last year. I wonder if people are still using them? This product coupled with my new NAS might be perfect to breathe new life into my joggler.

The Joggler is alive and well! Check out http://www.joggler.info:)
#20
BraveSirRobin
Jeevster
BraveSirRobin
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)


Oh yeah! Remember the the joggler craze last year. I wonder if people are still using them? This product coupled with my new NAS might be perfect to breathe new life into my joggler.

The Joggler is alive and well! Check out http://www.joggler.info:)


I dunno about 'alive and well' front page hasn't been updated in nearly a year and the forums have definitely dropped in activity!
#21
i just typed this on my joggler. someone got opera, squeezebox and bbc tv to work in the native os. no need to mess with ubuntu. they also got a 'screen off' button as an 'app' too. it is the best internet connected web browser enabled bed side clock radio media playing tv alarm clock i have ever seen. :{
#22
got a link to the modded joggler os setup?
davestavros
i just typed this on my joggler. someone got opera, squeezebox and bbc tv to work in the native os. no need to mess with ubuntu. they also got a 'screen off' button as an 'app' too. it is the best internet connected web browser enabled bed side clock radio media playing tv alarm clock i have ever seen. :{
#23
I still have my joggler too! but if this keyboard uses bluetooth I guess would need to add a bluetooth adapter to the joggler to make it work.

better hurry up and order, only 1384 left in stock!!

Edited By: zaft on Feb 27, 2011 00:47
#25
Xeijin
BraveSirRobin
Jeevster
BraveSirRobin
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)


Oh yeah! Remember the the joggler craze last year. I wonder if people are still using them? This product coupled with my new NAS might be perfect to breathe new life into my joggler.

The Joggler is alive and well! Check out http://www.joggler.info:)


I dunno about 'alive and well' front page hasn't been updated in nearly a year and the forums have definitely dropped in activity!


The quantity of posts may have dropped off but not the quality :P The magical people behind the scenes have even managed to get Android working on the small but mighty joggler :)

Going back to the keyboard though thanks to the OP and heat added :)
#26
Slightly cheaper on their ebay site. £14.99 + £3.22 postage (new) more than 10 in stock. Also confirms it works with ipad and ps3. Seems to get decent reviews everywhere. Thanks OP heat+rep.

Don't forget quidco/TCB if you go through ebay site.

Edited By: antispam246 on Feb 27, 2011 13:02
#27
BraveSirRobin
Xeijin
BraveSirRobin
Jeevster
BraveSirRobin
Ooh could be the perfect thing for my Joggler & Ubuntu :)


Oh yeah! Remember the the joggler craze last year. I wonder if people are still using them? This product coupled with my new NAS might be perfect to breathe new life into my joggler.

The Joggler is alive and well! Check out http://www.joggler.info:)


I dunno about 'alive and well' front page hasn't been updated in nearly a year and the forums have definitely dropped in activity!


The quantity of posts may have dropped off but not the quality :P The magical people behind the scenes have even managed to get Android working on the small but mighty joggler :)

Going back to the keyboard though thanks to the OP and heat added :)


Yes, just been having a look things are still active it seems, let me retract my previous and erroneous statement!
#28
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.
#29
gavjbrown
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.


I don't think it would work with an xbox as it's using bluetooth to connect (and therefore would require some kind of bluetooth stack). There are other models floating about which have wireless RF receivers which would work just fine.

To be honest though, for around £10 you can pick up a 360 Chatpad from CEX or somewhere, stick that in a controller and you really have the best (and backlit!) keyboard solution for the xbox.
#30
Xeijin
gavjbrown
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.


I don't think it would work with an xbox as it's using bluetooth to connect (and therefore would require some kind of bluetooth stack). There are other models floating about which have wireless RF receivers which would work just fine.

To be honest though, for around £10 you can pick up a 360 Chatpad from CEX or somewhere, stick that in a controller and you really have the best (and backlit!) keyboard solution for the xbox.


Thanks, I have one of these on order but nit sure where its going to go. I have rf keyboards for my revo and xbox 360 and bluetooth for my apple tv 2.

Guess I didn't really need it lol.
#31
gavjbrown
Xeijin
gavjbrown
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.


I don't think it would work with an xbox as it's using bluetooth to connect (and therefore would require some kind of bluetooth stack). There are other models floating about which have wireless RF receivers which would work just fine.

To be honest though, for around £10 you can pick up a 360 Chatpad from CEX or somewhere, stick that in a controller and you really have the best (and backlit!) keyboard solution for the xbox.


Thanks, I have one of these on order but nit sure where its going to go. I have rf keyboards for my revo and xbox 360 and bluetooth for my apple tv 2.

Guess I didn't really need it lol.


Could be good for the revo if you do something on it that needs a mouse (i.e. not XBMC, something like web browsing) as it's got the analogue stick-style mouse built in?
#32
gavjbrown
Xeijin
gavjbrown
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.


I don't think it would work with an xbox as it's using bluetooth to connect (and therefore would require some kind of bluetooth stack). There are other models floating about which have wireless RF receivers which would work just fine.

To be honest though, for around £10 you can pick up a 360 Chatpad from CEX or somewhere, stick that in a controller and you really have the best (and backlit!) keyboard solution for the xbox.


Thanks, I have one of these on order but nit sure where its going to go. I have rf keyboards for my revo and xbox 360 and bluetooth for my apple tv 2.

Guess I didn't really need it lol.

Xeijin
gavjbrown
Xeijin
gavjbrown
Anyone know if this can be used with an xbox 360 s. Do I just plug a usb bluetooth adapter in as normally would with a pc.


I don't think it would work with an xbox as it's using bluetooth to connect (and therefore would require some kind of bluetooth stack). There are other models floating about which have wireless RF receivers which would work just fine.

To be honest though, for around £10 you can pick up a 360 Chatpad from CEX or somewhere, stick that in a controller and you really have the best (and backlit!) keyboard solution for the xbox.


Thanks, I have one of these on order but nit sure where its going to go. I have rf keyboards for my revo and xbox 360 and bluetooth for my apple tv 2.

Guess I didn't really need it lol.


Could be good for the revo if you do something on it that needs a mouse (i.e. not XBMC, something like web browsing) as it's got the analogue stick-style mouse built in?


The rf keyboard I use with the revo already has a touchpad built in.

I will have a play with the xenta and see it makes a better option.
#33
Received this keyboard yesterday. very hard to type on due to odd layout, and the ctrl+c etc key combinations do not work on the ipad. Also, the scroll panel thingy is just printed on - as your finger slides up and down on it it just makes the joypad rotate which controls the scrolling. Will probably keep it anyway as it is nice to type on the ipad without having half the screen displaying the virtual keyboard, and the cursor keys help a lot.
#34
Price back up to £19.98 now

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