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AZIO KB337BP Black Bluetooth Wireless Slim Keyboard

alaAverage 2.6

7 reviews

Oct, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 51/100.

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Too expensive, unreliable!

 

After few months the dam thing doesn't even want to pair any more, the computer recognize it but just don't pair! I decided to go with bluetooth technology thinking that it was more responsive in range and speed and I think I was wrong. Gonna try an RF...

Looks good and feels good

The main thing is the trackpad... If you got sweaty fingers or has some moisture forget it it's a real pain, gets really crazy and hard to control it you got to be wiping your fingers and mainly the pad very often.Drives me nuts ; Got to buy Bluetooth...

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Are you serious?

 

2 Eggs due to no bluetooth dongle. A dongle easily costs $10-20 (a cheapo one). If I had known that, I would've gone with a more well-known company that comes with a dongle (I chose this one because it was about $10-20 cheaper; now I know why).

It works

IMPORTANT: Doesn't come with a Bluetooth dongle. Luckily, I had one sitting around. I would have been really upset if I got this thing and I didn't have one around ; This won't be recognized until AFTER Windows starts up. So keep that in mind, if you...

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Don't work

 

same model as it's Zippy-brand counterpart. Watch out; they're both erratic about bluetooth and when they do sync, performance is terrible at best.

looks and feels cool

doesn't work. No support

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Poor connectivity

 

Bought this because of the nice form factor (with touch pad on a regular keyboard) to control an HTPC. Looks good on the coffee table

Poor connectivity. The connectivity with the PC is lost every few minutes, and forces a reconnect. I use the keyboard within an 8-9 feet range, and this is why I went with Blutooth. Overall this is very annoying, and I'm still contemplating to send...

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Impressed

 

Don't think it's something that I'll ever use but there is an option to turn off the trackpad.

This keyboard is nice! There's a bit of weight to it and the keys feel responsive to type on. I'm finding I'm using my HTPC more and more after getting this keyboard. Everything is where it should be

I wish the keyboard could turn on the computer from afar=)

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Correction...my error. Great product!

 

Alright, I feel like a fool. The review I gave was negative due to what I felt was a hardware failure with the trackpad. That was pilot error. I had inadvertently pressed the trackpad lock button (one of the "Internet" keys). Azio excellent tech...

To avoid support issues like this Azio should document what each secondary function key does, including the mislabeled "Internet" key which toggles the trackpad lock. For example, I have no idea what the Fn+ScrLk, Fn+7, and Fn+8 keys do. The spares...

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Disappointing

 

I used this to replace a PS3 MediaBoard Pro (for a PC) due to the nice aluminum finish. I love the footprint and it does look fantastic. The keyboard has a nice feel. The Enter key is unusually large and the keys are multiple function to enable such a...

Now the bad news...after just 24 hours of use the trackpad doesn't work. The keyboard continues to function but the pad is DOA. Unacceptable. I will be going back to my LogiTech. I tried everything I could think of to bring it back...re-pairing,...

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