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This review is from: Logitech K400 2.4GHz Wireless Touch Keyboard
Pros: Wireless, Range OK working from across the room.
Cons: Non standard key layout, no number keys and with touchpad off to the side it make it hard to get use to from like say a laptop touchpad where it is just under the key and right there to be used without having to move both hands to the side and then back to the keys.
Some basic keys are shift keys that is you have to hold one key to use them. For $40 bucks it should be a full key pad.
Last but not least, i was at the store and this keyboard was there for $29 bucks on the shelf, so i think i over paid.
Pros: Cheap cost, but has quad cores did just what i needed.
no expansion but fights under TV just fine. Perfect for my HTPC and feeding networked TV tuner to two other TVs.
Cons: Came with win 8.1 and i wanted windows 7 as my Ceton echos don't work with windows 8. Had some trouble downgraded to win 7, but there is a new BIOS released that will do it now with out hacking it.
Keyboard was missing a key cover but was so cheap i would never use it any ways but for $179.00 for a complete PC is a deal.
This review is from: Mini 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard + Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV HDPC Win7 PC
Pros: The wireless range of this keyboard is great.
Plug and play in Win 8
Has all most all the keys you need, did not see the back space key.
Cons: not much documentation
Did not seem to wake the PC from sleep, still checking setting on this one.
it is smaller then i though it was going to be butthat turned out to be OK as it is a nice little entry pad.
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