Rii Mini Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard – Compatible with Apple iPad PC and Mac , Built-in Touchpad Mouse, Backlit Display and Laser Pointer Reviews

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Rii Mini Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard – Compatible with Apple iPad PC and Mac , Built-in Touchpad Mouse, Backlit Display and Laser Pointer

Rii Mini Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard - Compatible with Apple iPad PC and Mac , Built-in Touchpad Mouse, Backlit Display and Laser Pointer

  • Supports iPad (3.2, 4.0)/iPhone/iPhone 3G/Nokia Symbian S60 System;
  • 3 in 1 multimedia wireless keyboard (Touchpad & Laser Pointer
  • Bluetooth wireless receiver: while sitting in the sofa/on a bed, you can enjoy wireless control;
  • Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, supporting USB charge mode and also auto sleep mode;
  • Backlight: 26 PCS dazzling LED lights to help when used in low-light environments.

Backlight function with a handheld Tastatur
2.4G wireless receiver integrated design
Touchpad 90-degree flip
Innovative design of the Navigation keys
Windows Multimedia Control
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Laserpointer with remote control
With a real notebook Touchpad
Real QWERT full-function mini Tastatur
You can Teaching, training, lectures: Tastatur, mouse, laser pointer in one hand and hand, three-dimensional explanation, amore lively!
IPTV, Living Room Computers: lying on the sofa, the free manipulation of the living room computer, Internet, shopping, trade stocks and soon!
Personalization: lying on a sofa or blanket to play computer games and the Internet is not cool? “Spiritual bond” is the personality of your choice!
CARPC: car computer’s wireless best solution!
Gifts: Business gifts, interpersonal gifts the bestchoice!

System require:
-Windows 2000
-Windows XP
-Windows Vista ,windows CE,windo

List Price: $ 13.99

Price: $ 13.99

Originally posted 2015-12-27 06:24:17. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Mini Wireless Keyboard!, May 4, 2012
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    This product has been given to me as a review unit. It arrived about 3 days after it was sent from LaptopMate’s warehouse. Took it out of the package, and I was presented with a nice looking green box, similar to Logitech’s box design. The bottom of the box tells you about all the features of the keyboard. Upon opening the box, I was presented with the keyboard in its plastic bag, ready to be taken out and used. Under the pull-out tray, you get an instruction manual, and a mini USB cable for charging.

    The manual is well-written in English, with minor mistakes that shouldn’t confuse too many people. The manual tells you the safety information, instructions on how to use the keyboard, and a small list of troubleshooting instructions in the back.

    The keyboard is well-built; the body is sturdy, and doesn’t feel like it will fall apart easily. It is lightweight, and feels like only half the weight of a TV remote. On the sides, it has a mini USB port, the laser and its button, the on/off switch, and a slot where the wireless receiver is stored. To use any functions of the keyboard, you must turn it on. I was glad that the keyboard had a built-in rechargeable battery, I’m not a fan of buying a bunch of AAA batteries to operate my gadgets. The laser isn’t the strongest, but it fares well for presentation from about 50 feet away. The keyboard also has a white backlight; not too bright, not too dark, perfect for operating your computer in the dark.

    Now, onto the top of the keyboard where most things are found. The letters are printed clearly, and the keyboard overall has a good tactile feedback; also, the keys are made of rubber, so it makes typing pretty comfortable. It has 4 LED lights on the top left corner; the first one indicates transmission activity, the second one indicates the battery charging, the third one indicates battery capacity, and the last one indicates caps lock. The top row of the keyboard consists of the F1-F8 keys (the rest are under the Fn of numbers 1-4), and the Backspace key. The Escape key is directly below the LED indicator lights, and the main keyboard pretty much begins from there. This is probably due to sacrifice for compact design, but the bottom row of the alphabets is moved over to the left a little, so you’ll have to get used to it to avoid making mistakes. There’s an Fn key on the bottom left, it can be used to access additional functions on the keyboard, such as PrtSc, volume and media control, and Ctrl+Alt+Del. The right side of the keyboard is reserved for the touchpad, mouse buttons, and the arrow keys.

    I plugged the USB receiver into my laptop (Windows 7 64-bit), and the drivers installed immediately without any actions required. Turned the keyboard on, saw the lights come on, and I was ready to operate. I was surprised at how I could actually hold it in my hands while typing with ease. The touchpad works great for me, and is sensitive just like my laptop. The arrow keypad is a little odd, but I’m sure if I used it more I can get used to it. Pressing the keys is easy, it doesn’t require any strength. The keyboard also has an auto sleep feature, where if it is inactive for a long period of time, it will go to sleep, saving a bit of battery (although it is recommended to turn off the keyboard when not in use).

    This keyboard is perfect for work and home. It has a range of around 5 meters (~15 feet), so it’s good for plugging your computer up to a TV and controlling it from somewhere cozier than your chair. For $30, this is a pretty neat little device. Give it a try! If it breaks, not to worry, LaptopMate has an 18-months warranty, and a good return policy.

    PS. This is perfect for controlling my laptop on the TV, in my bed at night! Endless midnight entertainment, here I come! :D

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  2. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    You get what you pay for., November 12, 2010
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    Zulqurnain Khan (WESTBURY, NY USA) –
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    The Rii keyboard was an inexpensive replacement for my Logitech diNovo Mini after my trusty mini started to break down on me. I am going to continuously make comparisons between the two keyboards to help out those who have narrowed down their choices between these two keyboards. The positive things about this keyboard first:

    – Backlit keys (A must have feature for Home Theater PC enthusiasts – Press Fn + F1 to light up)

    – Small form factor.

    – Even lighter than the diNovo Mini.

    – Built in laser pointer (although I don’t know anyone who needs a laser pointer in their living room)

    – The Fn keys light up also, unlike the diNovo Mini.

    – The orientation of the keyboard can be changed to optimize one hand function (Press Fn + Alt).

    Now the negatives:

    – Awkward design – you will have to stretch out your right thumb a little far to reach the keys – diNovo makes it completely natural (Don’t get me wrong, its not a deal breaker, I can compromise with that if I am paying only half the price of diNovo).

    – The touch pad is too small to navigate across some applications – if you are used to the large, circular touch disk of the diNovo mini, you will immediately notice the lack of real estate available on the Rii keyboard’s touchpad. You will have to drag across the touch pad multiple times to get from one corner of the screen to the other. Again, something I can compromise with.

    – The user manual is too short and missing a lot of information about important functions of the keyboard (how to light up the keys/ change orientation, etc). This again is not a big deal.

    – Now the reason why I am thinking I should have stayed with my diNovo mini. After you turn off the keyboard, and turn it back on- it takes a good 20-30 seconds to reconnect to your computer. It may not sound a lot, but try sitting idle in front of your computer for 20 seconds when you want to look something up, or skip part of a movie. And you never know if the keyboard is malfunctioning and needs to be paired again with the computer. Another problem I have is that there is no button to simply connect the keyboard – Most bluetooth devices have a button dedicated for the “connecting” after the device has been disconnected (it does have a bluetooth button to pair for the first time – you may press it but the keyboard will enter pairing mode and you will have to pair it again instead of “connecting”). Just to be fair – I am using my own bluetooth adapter and not the one that came with the keyboard.

    – Another strong point which goes against this keyboard is the bluetooth performance. I have noticed that I have to hold it at certain height and certain locations where the cursor is most responsive to my thumb’s movements. Hold it while sitting on my couch and within line of sight of the adapter = good performance; hold it while I am laying down on my couch, and not in line of sight of the adapter = horrible performance – I know bluetooth does not require to be in line of sight to function but performance level drop several notches when I move away form the line of sight.

    – The biggest point perhaps is that this purchase is more like a gamble – I have looked through many websites and haven’t found any information on contacting the manufacturer or where to register the product. There is also no information on the warranty of the item, even in the User manual. If it breaks, there is not much you can do other than throwing it out.

    On the other hand, my diNovo was approved for a replacement within 10 minutes when I called Logitech Tech support. They didn’t even verify if it was still under warranty, or asked for receipts. On top of that they provided me with a shipping label to send the diNovo in. I think now I know why their pricetag is higher than the Rii.

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  3. 18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Required software for Android does not work!, December 26, 2011
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    The software required to make this work with Android is easy to side-load onto the phone, but when you attempt the required activation, it replies: “Activation failed. Please retry before using this software. Application will now close.” It does this every time you attempt to start the program. A quick google search of this message reveals that it may be because the Chinese manufacturer has not paid the necessary licensing fees to use the code contained in the software. So that leaves the Android user of this keyboard pretty much s.o.l.

    Further reading on the matter revealed a work-around that may work for some. Uninstall the software and attempt to pair with the standard bluetooth. When prompted for code on the phone, enter “0000” and press “OK” then enter “0000” and press Enter on the phone, which will then allow it to pair& connect for this one session. So far, I have had to do this every time I want to connect the keyboard to my phone.

    My recommendation is to avoid this keyboard if you are purchasing it to pair with an Android phone.

    UPDATE: After 3 times of having to enter the “0000” stuff each time I connected to my phone, it began connecting OK without it. I’m updating my recommendation to 3 stars. If the customize able software worked to allow programming the function keys, I would give this 5-stars!

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