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Wireless Miniature Keyboard and Mouse for Raspberry PiMCM Part #: 83-14403  |  Adafruit Industries Part #: 922

Wireless Miniature Keyboard and Mouse for Raspberry Pi 2 stars from 2 reviews.
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Add a miniature wireless controller to your computer project with this combination keyboard and touchpad.

Product Description

The smallest wireless USB keyboard available, a mere 6" x 2.4" x 0.5" (152mm x 59mm x 12.5mm), it's small but usable to make a great accompaniment to a computer such as the Beagle Bone or Raspberry Pi. The keyboard itself is battery powered (there's a rechargeable battery inside that you charge up via the included USB cable). The keyboard communicates back to the computer via 2.4 GHz wireless link (not Bluetooth).The unit also features a built-in laser pointer which makes it perfect for presentations.

The keyboard can only be used with a USB-host such as a computer. Its not intended to be used with an Arduino or Basic Stamp, etc. We tested it with the Raspberry Pi and it works great: uses only one USB port for both mouse and keyboard.

Product Reviews

  • "Wireless Miniature Keypad" by flightpilot on 2/16/2013
    Overall: 3 out of 5

    This key pad is not worth the money. I can not get the # sign key to produce a # sign. So frustrating to pay so much and the keypad will not function properly. There are other keys that will not function also using the shift key. Totally disappointed.

  • "Great idea poor performance" by joelsplace on 11/8/2012
    Overall: 1 out of 5

    Horrible range and intermittant keys. I bought this to use with my PC based DVR. To have any hope of it working I have to be within 6 feet of the receiver with a clear line of sight. To be able to enter a password I have to be within 2 feet and it often takes 3 or more tries. The keys sometimes don't register and sometimes repeat. It goes to sleep and you have to hold a key down to wake it up. You have to make sure you don't use a key that will mess up what you are doing. I do have a G wireless network but that shouldn't be a problem unless they don't expect you to use a wireless network with a computer. It's a great design that just doesn't work well. The rechargable battery is nice. Not sure what to do when it is dead though since it isn't removable. My experience with a lot of other wireless keyboards has been similar. Most don't have any range to speak of at best. It uses a standard mini usb to charge and just comes with a usb cable so your PC has to be on to charge it. I just use an old cell phone charger.

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Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.522 lbs.
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:30 days
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Length:7.5 in.
Width:3.75 in.
Height:1.75 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages

MCM Cat 56, Page 609

Mfr. Info

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Mfr. Name:Adafruit Industries
Mfr. Part Number:922