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KEYSONIC ACK-540 RF

KEYSONIC ACK-540 RF
alaScore 79

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

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(Based on 10 reviews)

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usb wakeup

 

Philip Broughton-Mills said: "my own fault for not considering it, when my PC goes in to power-saving mode, it turns off its USB ports so I can't use this keyboard to wake it up again"

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KeySonic 2.4Ghz Wireless Compact Keyboard with Integrated TouchPad

 

I've never written a review - ever, but have been compelled to do due to this gem of a find.

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Yes, it works fine in Linux

 

Just to agree with an earlier reviewer - it works without any fuss at all in Linux. I just booted up and everything was working, including the scroll bar and touch-tapping. And that's with the ordinary mouse driver - amazing. But that's Linux for you....

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It works with a Mac Mini!!!

 

I have been searching long and hard for a wireless keyboard with built in mouse control for my Mac Mini.

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WORKS GREAT WITH MACS!

 

Was recommended this from Mike W...Just bought a new Mac Mini and plugged in the Keysonic and it works a dream! No drivers needed just plug and play. Only set it up yesterday and the only niggle I have is the lack of the disc eject button, I am sure I...

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WORKS GREAT WITH MACS!

 

Was recommended this from Mike W...Just bought a new Mac Mini and plugged in the Keysonic and it works a dream! No drivers needed just plug and play. Only set it up yesterday and the only niggle I have is the lack of the disc eject button, I am sure I...

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One more thing

 

Just one thing to add to the other reviews of this excellent product. The legends are painted onto the keys so I guess eventually they'll wear off. You wouldn't want to use this keyboard for heavy data-entry :o) But for MPC or occasional use it's fine....

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Great value and performance

 

I too needed a keyboard and mouse combination for my media centre in the front room. I use the Microsoft TV style remote to control media centre which is very good, but occasionaly I need to surf the internet or change settings, hence the need for a...

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Ideal for Media Centre PCs

 

As this wireless, USB keyboard has an integrated track pad like those found on most laptops, it does not require a separate mouse.This makes it ideal for Media Centre type PCs built on standard Windows XP as you effectively have the keyboard and mouse...

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