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SIIG JK-WR0312-S1 Black Wireless Multi-Touchpad Mini Keyboard

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5 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of SIIG JK-WR0312-S1 Black Wireless Multi-Touchpad Mini Keyboard. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. People really like the price.

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On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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works great

 

Does everything I need it to to run my HTPC. I have the receiver a floor below my living room where i have my media closet set up and the signal is received fine through the floor about 15' away

The mouse has a slight tendency to jump while a movie is playing if i touch the pad. As in if I need to turn off subtitles or want to skip to a certain section and use the mouse pad, i cant cross the screen in one full swipe, when I lift my finger to...

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Acceptable product

 

If I had a chance to play with this product before buying it, I probably would have picked something else. Having said that, I still feel like I paid a fair price for it, and I'm not dissatisfied with what I got for my money. I don't intend to replace...

Works fine. I have had no problems with reception. I use the keyboard on my coffee table which is about 5 feet from the computer

All of my complaints are rather nit-picky. The product works fine, it just has a few quirks ; It goes into a sort of standby mode when idle, and is unresponsive until you click the left mouse button, at which point it wakes up. I would prefer for it to...

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Laptop keyboard for a desktop

 

Still getting used to it. Every compact keyboard like this is a little awkward at first.

If you like the laptop keyboard feel, and like to manipulate the track pad with your thumb while your hands are on the keyboard, this is the keyboard for you. I grew up with laptop keyboards, where I didn't have to take my hand off the keyboard to use...

It requires two fingers to use the trackpad's scroll feature, which means it can't be operated with the thumb while the other fingers say on the keyboard

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Consumer review by:

Skippy

 

Price

Does not work very well from about 10 feet away from computer

Consumer review by:

Works

 

long range 30+feet, the touch pad works really well

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