JUSTOP Backlit Mini Wireless Keyboard With Touchpad  (Prime £8.00 & £11.99 non-prime) Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
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JUSTOP Backlit Mini Wireless Keyboard With Touchpad (Prime £8.00 & £11.99 non-prime) Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Just order one of these for use with my HTPC. I couldn't resist at this price.

The wireless keyboard combo has consummately integrated a mini keyboard, a sensitive touchpad and a wireless USB receiver into just one compact yet versatile unit which can be used to operate with smart TVs, Android boxes, media players, desktop computers, laptops or any other HID-compatible USB devices.

Remote Controller

This is an amazing Mini Wireless QWERTY keyboard, TouchPad combo, with USB interface adapter for the lecturer, sales manager, presenter and others, from within a 25m distance to make a presentation and operate PC wirelessly. Change slides and screen options, write on the screen, emphasize words and objects just by using this wireless mini keyboard with touchpad.

Perfect for Night Use

Blue Backlit LED makes it easy for you to recognize the buttons on the keyboard (Press "Fn + F6" to activate the backlit light after setting up connection), thus users can operate without difficulty at night. And the backlit LED light will auto shut off after 1 minute of inactivity, the pad itself goes into sleep mode after two minutes. This will help save the battery.

Rechargeable Battery

Removable 890mAh rechargeable lithium battery support 240 hours continuous use if getting fully charged. And will last longer if in not frequent-use status.

Package Contents

- Backlit Mini Keyboard With Touchpad

- Battery (in back compartment)

- USB nano receiver (in back compartment)

- USB charger cable

- User manual

Warranty

Every JUSTOP Product includes a 14 days money back & 12-month worry-free!
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16 Comments
don't waste your money I have had a few of these and they never last long
Edited by: "andrewlaw9" 26th Jun 2017
andrewlaw9

don't waste your money I have had a few of these and they never last long



​How longs not long?
No1_VIPER

How longs not long?


A piece of string
I've had mine for about 2 years, only problem with it is the damn touchpad, it's got a mind of it's own lol
andrewlaw9

don't waste your money I have had a few of these and they never last long


Why didn't you stop after the second one?
Are these good for a new Samsung TV?
You should always buy esynic.
RiverDragon8

You should always buy esynic.



​has this esynic got backlight ?
RiverDragon86 m ago

You should always buy esynic.


Thanks for the tip. Any reason why they're preferred?
umirza85

Thanks for the tip. Any reason why they're preferred?


Because they're the best air mouse kb you can get. I've bought 8 of them and can't fault them, then one time I tried a cheaper brand and the trackpad was just awful. So I just returned them and replaced them with another 2 more esynic one's.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 27th Jun 2017
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has this esynic got backlight ?


I would rather have a non backlit esynic kb than a backlit non esynic kb.
Can only speak for the one I've got, but I've found my touchpad gets a bit erratic when the battery's low. Not had any bother otherwise and I bought one of the earliest illuminated keyboard/touchpads (that's only white backlit instead of a selection).
louiselouise

Can only speak for the one I've got, but I've found my touchpad gets a … Can only speak for the one I've got, but I've found my touchpad gets a bit erratic when the battery's low. Not had any bother otherwise and I bought one of the earliest illuminated keyboard/touchpads (that's only white backlit instead of a selection).


What make is it or is it an unbranded knock off?
RiverDragon8

What make is it or is it an unbranded knock off?

Mine is a no-name. I've bought four illuminated keyboard/touchpads so far, one for me, my two nieces and my brother. Only one was branded. Not had anybody complain about any of them. My brother's was branded (the stock pic from Amazon doesn't display any brand amazon.co.uk/gp/…L0I - I'd have to ask him - his was only bought in March though, the others are about a year old).

Weirdly, from looking at Amazon orders, one I bought my niece around September has the exact same stock picture as the branded one my brother received. Her's doesn't have a brand name.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Jun 2017
RiverDragon8

You should always buy esynic .



​yup. seconded. had mine two years ish, no faults. great battery life, and charges via USB.
Received mine today. Plug and play. All good so far. The adjustable backlight will definitely come in handy. The touchpad works well and supports gestures, which is nice. Even if it doesn't last that long, I've only lost £8.
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