Multimedia Wireless Keyboard

With Single-Board Computers (SBCs) on the rise, it is a good idea to have an easy way to interface with them. Operating on a 2.4GHz frequency, the Multimedia Wireless Keyboard possesses a normal-sized key layout, media controls and a multitouch track pad. This keyboard is powered by a built-in 850mAh LiPo battery, providing you with 500–700 hours of use. Even if you don’t have a Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone or another SBC, this keyboard can work with smart TVs, mobile devices and full-blown PCs!

The Multimedia Wireless Keyboard can be charged via the attached USB cable, which stores in the same compartment as the wireless USB receiver. The track pad on the wireless keyboard not only features left and right click options, but also a scroll function. Measuring less than an inch thick, this wireless keyboard is an ideal product for on-the-go situations.

Note: The attached USB cable is for charging purposes only.

System Requirements:

  • HID-Compatible Device
  • USB Port
  • Windows 2000, XP, CE, Vista, 7, 8 or Higher
  • Linux (Debian-3.1, Red Hat-9.0, Ubuntu-8.10, Fedora-7.0)
  • Android OS
  • Wireless Keyboard
  • Wireless USB Receiver
  • USB Extension Cable
  • 317.2mm x 123.6mm x 18.3mm (12.4in x 4.8in x 0.7in)

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No Drivers Needed

A tech support representative tested the keyboard with the wireless dongle. Drivers do not need to be installed when connecting it to a computer. The keyboard should auto-connect when you have the USB dongle connected.


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Got this to use with a Raspberry Pi. Works well, though fat fingers will find a bit tight. Connected to the Pi easily. Small size makes it easy to transport.