Rii Mini RT-MWK01 - Teclado táctil Wireless (Radio Transfer, PC / Mac, keyboard)
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- Rii Mini Wireless 2.4 GHz con touchpad UK Layout Keyboard para su PC, Android dispositivo
- Teclas: QWERTY completo, Ultrafina y portable
- Cómodo y práctico las teclas de control multimedia
Descripción del producto
De todo el mundo primera diseño con pantalla táctil (giro de 90º). con un interruptor de 90 grados flip una tecla de función touchpad, le permite ser más humano modo de funcionamiento para lograr clic, control de desplazamiento, y la acción clic del ratón. y disfrutar de la diversión de la misma ordenador portátil. la perfecta combinación de teclado, táctil, puntero láser puntero láser. si se trata de enseñanza, la formación o discurso, teclado, ratón, en una mano y mano, explicación tridimensional, un más animado. el instructor debe tener la Mejor arma. características del producto: Receptor inalámbrico de 2,4 GHz inalámbrico batería recargable de iones de litio, dentro de los 30 m 24 LEDs teclas retroiluminadas teclas de función multimedia build-in One laserpointer, e-pointer Especificaciones: Dimensiones: 151 mm x 59 mm x 12.5 mm Peso: 100 g/0,22 libras: recargable incorporada 3.7 V batería de litio Tiempo en espera: 500 - 700 horas requisitos del sistema: Windows 2000, CE, XP, Vista y Windows 7 Mac 10.x o posterior (10.5.8 probado) Linux (Debian 3.1/Redhat 9.0/Ubuntu 8.10/Fedora 7.0) los siguientes plataformas pueden requerir la actualización de firmware: Sony Playstation 3 y Microsoft Xbox 360 - señalar: especial para PS3, Xbox 360, existen diferentes versiones son vendidas en el mercado de todo el mundo (versión es utilizando hardware diferente). magic-pro no son para garantizar que el teclado es 100% para apoyar la PS3 o Xbox 360, incluso el firmware de PS3 o Xbox 360 se actualizan (garantía no se aplica a mal funcionamiento o fallo producidos por la actualización de firmware.)
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Only downside is that it used a mini usb cable, you know the bog one from 10 uears ago. Lol. Comes with a cable.
Can type, move the mouse, is a fully functional keyboard missing only Ins/Del/F9-F12/Hm/End...
Pressing 3 keys simultaneously causes video game controls to "freeze" making games really challenging to play. This happens with any and all games so I WOULD NOT recommend this product as a gaming device. Also, pressing the arrow keys sometimes moves in diagonal directions (with games) unexpectedly...
Conclusively... This is a good device for replacing a broken keyboard. I am typing with it at this moment. It IS NOT good for games. I know that model SW-K808 (more fragile USB connector) works just fine as a gaming device but is no longer available. It wasn't a complete waste of money getting this Rii version but I WILL NOT recommend it for everyone as it has some flaws which make it nearly useless for me, personally. I'll keep this device as a backup keyboard only. There will probably not be an opportunity to test a new device of this type for some time as I do not have money. Please comment or let me know if someone has tested a working version of a similar model mini keyboard that is fully functional and doesn't stick or hang when pressing multiple keys in video games; back-light optional.
I use this with Windows 8.1. Mainly just for a multimedia keyboard as I was tired of getting up, I have a gaming PC and I use wired peripherals. I needed something for when I want to watch movies or TV, which I also do all on my computer. It was as easy to install as described, just plug and play.
The keyboard works better than I'd imagined for the price, I see some reviews with problems but so far mine has been working fine for a couple days now. The track pad is nice, although I do wish the keyboard had some sort of way to change the DPI somehow other than through the control panel in Windows. If you turn up the pointer speed in the control panel, the trackpad becomes less stable, it works but it gets a bit jittery compared to the default pointer setting, if you don't mind a few swipes to get across the screen it seems better to just keep the pointer speed at default. The backlit keys are wonderful. As for the laser pointer, I couldn't say, no use for it really.
The only issue I would say people might run into is with interference or the distance you can use the device, it won't work really far away from the dongle, my room is about 10'x12'. At the edge of my room further from the dongle it still works but it might lose connection every now and then (I have a ton of electronics in my room though.)It is still perfect for the distance I planned on using it. It actually works better just outside my room through the wall, cause there isn't as much interference out in the living room. Just don't expect to walk everywhere in the house and it still work. Another thing, and the reason I'm only giving it 4 stars is the dongle seems to work better being lower than the device, my computer is pretty big so if I use the top USB ports which are about almost level with using it my hands sitting down it seems to disconnect more. I moved the dongle to the lowest USB port which is almost near the floor and it never disconnects now unless I'm too far away. Not certain why that would be, but it's just something I noticed when testing the connection and distance I could use it.
As I suggested in an answer, to alleviate the problems with the dongle included. This can be used with any 2.4G RF dongle, so it isn't a big deal and if I end up having issues with the dongle like some later on. I'll just replace it with a better dongle, to see if that helps any.
This little keyboard is really nice, so to me it's worth the trouble of replacing the dongle, if the dongle included does so happen to fail me. Like I said it has been working as expected in my room for now. I think one of the most asked questions is usually about the dongle or if it can be replaced. So yes, the dongle can be replaced, but you won't be able to find one directly from this keyboard manufacturer. You will have to buy a third party 2.4G RF dongle.
I bought the same keyboard under a different brand a long time ago, but the power switch nub fell off after a year or two. The older keyboard was hard plastic, which I prefer considerably to the slightly rubberized coating that the Rii keyboard has (because in my experience, those types of coatings tend to get gummy and sticky over time, especially if they go unused for awhile.)
The Bluetooth functionality, with included (but not required) Bluetooth adapter, works well, and I appreciate having a mouse pad and backlit keys. The laser pointer feature is neat, but these days is pretty pointless, as most TV / presentation displays are now so glossy that they completely absorb laser light.
Oh, and the laser only works when the device is turned on, and the backlit keys only work when the device is paired to a computer. Kind of arbitrary restrictions, if you ask me, but probably designed to save battery life, which is pretty great in my experience.