2.4GHz Wireless QWERTY Keyboard with touchpad £4.43 delivered at Tomtop
266°

2.4GHz Wireless QWERTY Keyboard with touchpad £4.43 delivered at Tomtop

Editor 10
Editor
Found 16th Apr
Pretty cheap rechargeable keyboard to use with Android boxes and such.
No codes needed or anything like that, delivery is free. States you can use the supplied rechargeable battery or use 2 normal AAA batteries

"Two Kinds of Power Mode: Powered by two AAA dry battery (not included) or lithium battery. Built-in rechargable 800mAh Li-ion battery ensures long time usin"

Works with PC, Notebook, Smart TV, Android TV Box, etc. The Ergonomically handheld design is easy to carry and operate.

2926623.jpg2926623.jpg
Features:

2.4GHz Wireless Connection
High Sensitive Touchpad
69 Keys Keyboard
Two Kinds of Power Mode
Strong Compability
Note 1: USB Dongle is placed at the back of the keyboard.

Note 2: AAA Dry batteries are not included, you need to buy two yourself if you would like to power the keyboard by dry battery.

Specifications:
Frequency range: 2.403GHz-2.480GHz
Operating distance: Up to 10 meters / 30ft
Battery: Built-in rechargable 800mAh Li-ion battery (BL-5C)
Operating voltage: 3.3V
Operating current: <10mA
Charging current: <300mA
Sleep current: <1mA
Color: Black
Main Item Size: 15.1 * 9.1 * 1.9cm / 5.94 * 3.58 * 0.74in
Main Item Weight: 107g / 3.77oz
Package Size: 15.9 * 10.0 * 2.0cm / 6.26 * 3.93 * 0.78in
Package Weight: 132g / 4.65oz

Package List:
1 * Wireless Keyboard
1 * USB Wireless Receiver
1 * USB Charging Cable
1 * BL-5C Li-ion Battery
1 * English User Manual
Community Updates
  1. Tomtop Deals
Groups

    Groups

    10 Comments
    Not sure if I need one, but definitely a good price, these are usually sold for more on eBay or other Chinese websites
    Don't need one but as it's better looking than the one I've got I've ordered one at this price.
    Non-UK keyboard layout, no backlight, effectively near-zero warranty, a shipping time that provides feeling of surprise-present-to-self when it arrives and likely hilarious Chinglish instructions, but obviously these limitations are reflected in the low price that would otherwise be £10+ ex-UK.
    Can this be used with xbox one?
    I'll give it a go, thanks Op.
    I've got one and wouldn't recommend. Use it for Netflix occasionally but not great.
    skgwho2 m ago

    I've got one and wouldn't recommend. Use it for Netflix occasionally but …I've got one and wouldn't recommend. Use it for Netflix occasionally but not great.


    Is the pad what make you not recommend it?
    AndyRoyd1 h, 23 m ago

    Non-UK keyboard layout, no backlight, effectively near-zero warranty, a …Non-UK keyboard layout, no backlight, effectively near-zero warranty, a shipping time that provides feeling of surprise-present-to-self when it arrives and likely hilarious Chinglish instructions, but obviously these limitations are reflected in the low price that would otherwise be £10+ ex-UK.


    It probably costs Royal Mail almost as much as the cost of this package to simply deal with the item. Convenient for Tombottom given they rely on Royal Mail to provide that service for free.
    Edited by: "supermann" 16th Apr
    Wait for Rii with backlight for £10 on here couple times before.

    But whichever you get, buy a USB extension cable from poundland to move the keyboard Receiver away from onboard wifi which overpower the Receiver and greatly reduces keyboard working distance.
    Post a comment
    Avatar
    @
      Text