MCM Electronics

Miniature Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad By Distributed By MCM (CS23874) MCM Part #83-14947

4 stars 2 reviews
MSRP: $59.99
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The perfect choice for maximizing your desktop space. The Qwerty QK-90015 provides a full keyboard experience along with a sensitive touchpad. Use for instant messaging, web browsing, e-mail, all without leaving your seat.

Specifications Top

  • Mini Wireless Keyboard and Touchpad
  • Compatible with any device that supports USB keyboards like HTPC/IPTV, PC, XBox 360, PS3 and Android TV Box
  • The world’s smallest wireless keyboard and mouse combo
  • Adjustable Touchpad resolution (DPI)
Technical Specifications
  • Wireless Capability: 2.4Ghz RF
  • Wireless Range: 30'
  • Dimensions: 7" X 5" X 1.2"
  • Weight: 6.3 Oz
  • Battery: Rechargeable Li-Ion

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:83-14947
Distributed By MCM Part #:CS23874
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.44 lbs.
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:365 days
Need to Return?
Length:7 in.
Width:4.5 in.
Height:1 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by martinmarty

    on 10/1/2015

    Great little keyboard

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I've bought two of these, one from MCM. I got the first one for my Android media center box, to ease the tasks of entering passwords, search arguments, URLs and anything else where using an onscreen keyboard with arrow keys is tedious. I plugged in the USB dongle and Android (4.4.2) handled the keyboard automatically. My media center box also has another USB port, so I leave the keyboard attached when not in use, using the included cable. That way it is always charged and ready to go. I've used it for several hours, not continuously, just for Youtube or Netflix searches, etc. and never had a low battery. I've only used it about ten feet from the dongle, so that is all I can vouch for as to range.

    I liked the first keyboard so well that I bought a second to use for a road support tool, for working on machines that don't normally have keyboards attached. In this context, I've used it for an hour or two straight, without having any battery shortage. There is a power switch so you can turn it off if you know you won't need it for a while, and it will also go to sleep from inactivity even if you leave the switch On.

    The biggest negative I've run into is because the keyboard is a UK layout, so some of the keys are hard to find and/or not obvious. For example, a pipe symbol "|", used frequently with UNIX/Linux is actually found as a shift-# (pound/number/hash tag) on a key whose labels indicate it should produce a tilde "~", rather than on the key where an actual pipe symbol appears! I think the backslash key, indispensable for Windows path names, is located on the same key, where the unshifted # is pictured. Once you get that stuff figured out it is quite a handy keyboard.

    Although subjective, the keyboard feels to me like good quality. The little mouse pad has worked well for me. There is some kind of sensitivity adjustment but I have never had to change it from the default. I don't think that it handles gestures that take more than one point of contact, i.e. fingertip, not like your cell phone or tablet can do, just basic "move the mouse pointer". It can also do scroll bars. I also like that the USB dongle stores inside the battery compartment, convenient for my road warrior keyboard.

  • by sum1butno1

    on 5/12/2015

    Good in small bursts as long as its arrived in good order

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    I ordered 2 of these thinking it represented a versatile addition to my Pi setup with the bonus of being compatible with Android such as my girlfriend's new MyGica for which a keyboard+trackpad would be a welcome improvement on its remote. When the package arrived I was disappointed that the shipping handling & duty costs(to Canada though, to be fair) effectively doubled my cost, but was encouraged by the firm rubbery feel of the buttons, apparent build quality, and clever form factor and keyboard design, altogether I was very excited. However, one of the two has a seemingly lemon battery that will not charge, and both suffer from constant missed button presses and frequent button repetitions or more erratic spasms navigating Android. uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuusing it on my desktop to write this review actually has made for a frustrating 40 mins to be sure, though in less demanding environs its imperfect performance could be more tolerable