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If you’ve got your computer hooked up to your TV you’ll know that navigating through menus, typing emails, surfing the web and fiddling with your multimedia from the sofa can be a right pain. What’s more, balancing a mouse on your knee is nigh on impossible. That’s why you need the ingenious Air Keyboard.
Slightly bigger than a PSP, this compact wireless gizmo functions as an all-in-one HTPC keyboard and 3D motion-sensitive mouse, so you can type, surf and point with ease. It even works with the PS3. Think of it as a Wii controller with full-on keyboard functionality.
Control your computer with ease
With various hot keys, gaming-style shoulder buttons and a built-in accelerometer capable of interpreting tilts as up, down, left and right, the Air Keyboard is set to revolutionise the way you interact with your home theatre. You’ll even want to take it to work as it is ideal for controlling Powerpoint presentations and other business-based programs. Slick or what?
Mac and Windows compatible, the Air Keyboard boasts an impressive range of up to 100ft, so unless your screen is in the penthouse and your computer is in the basement, you’re laughing. Just grab it with both hands, joypad-styley, and you’re away.
Plug & Play USB Dongle
Set up is a breeze. Simply plug in the USB dongle, wait for the green light to confirm connection and boom – you’re good to go. No software, drivers or complex faffing. You won’t need to sweat over battery life because two AAs will juice the keyboard for over 50 hours of constant use. There’s even an auto hibernate mode.
Yes, you could use a regular keyboard and separate mouse to control things, but why clutter your living room with cumbersome accessories when an Air Keyboard fits neatly next to your other remotes. Besides, you can’t lose a full sized keyboard down the sofa, so what fun is that?
Easy to use with your TV. Up to 100ft away from your computer!
14.2cm(W) x 8.8cm(H) x 3.3cm(D)
Key number: 80 keys
Fraquency Range: Adjusted according to local requirement (863 ~ 870MHz / 902 ~ 968MHz)