With LED light on the top.
Up to 10M wireless operation of your PC.
QWERTY key layout supporting multi language.
Ultra sensitive touchpad supporting multi touch,
USB dongle, Plug and play: no need to install software.
Replaceable 3A battery (not included).
Indication light: Multiple indication lights for signal, data transmission and power.
Unique Page up and Page down key for presentation.
Flip 90 degree touch convert (Fn+ESc).
3 in 1: Keyboard, mouse and touchpad 3 in 1.
Operating distance: 10 meters
Transmit power: Max + 4dBm
Working voltage: 3.0V
Working current: <70mA
Power supply: 3A battery * 2(not included)
Item color: Black
Item size: 15.8 * 5.6 * 1.5cm/ 6.22 * 2.20 * 0.59in
Item weight: 79g/ 2.78loz
Package size: 22 * 12.5 * 3.2cm/ 8.66 * 4.92 * 1.26in
Package weight: 116g/ 4.09oz
Windows Vista ,windows CE,windows 7
Linux(Debian-3.1,Redhat-9.0 Ubuntu-8.10 Fedora-7.0 tested)
1 * Mini Wireless Keyboard
1 * USB Dongle
1 * User Manual
Pros: Nice size
Cons: Dead on Arrival. Tried it in 2 different systems. Both recognized the device, but no signals are received from either the touchpad or the keyboard, at any range (including essentially touching the dongle).
Other Thoughts: My assumption based on the behavior is that the dongle is OK, but the RF transmission is failing.
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Works with Pie...er...Pi
Pros: Small, but not overly cluttered
Cons: Doesn't work in controlling with wife, child, or dog running OEM operating systems PMSos, PITAos and Microsoft BOB respectively. Going to try running them on different OSes and may respond with better news later.
Other Thoughts: What in the world is this little white LED on the end good for? I mean, seriously. It's a small, 3mm white LED on the trackpad-end that turns on when you press a button on the side. It's...It's not bright enough for anything. You have to hold it less than an inch from something for enough charged particles of light to collect on the surface JUST to see that it's ON without looking directly at it. It's worth a joke or two about the blinding brightness that it DOESN'T have, but those jokes get old after the third or so retelling.
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