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2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard & Touchpad for TV Box / PC $5.84 US (~$7.67 AU) Delivered @ Tomtop

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Good price on this wireless keyboard and touchpad combo that can be combined with Cashrewards for a further 5.60% off.

This has a standard QWERTY keyboard with multimedia controls, a touchpad that supports gestures and arrow keys for menu navigation. It's powered by two AAA batteries with a slot for a li-ion battery and has a plug and play USB receiver. This is suitable for use with a wide range of devices including Android TV Boxes, Raspberry Pi and PCs.

AU$ based on current Mastercard exchange rate.

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  • Hi OP, do you have one that is backlit?
    Cheers.

    • +1

      It isn't.

      • +2

        Its cheap, but no point of having such device without backlit keyboard.

        • I'd say there's a point in a lit room, no?

          Plus here it is in a room with no lights on (just this screen) - pretty visible.

        • Go to the deal, for a few dollars more there is a backlit option.

  • Thanks, Clear, this is a really good price.

    I have a similar one that I use for a Raspberry Pi, it does the job.

  • Paid $9.60 off Wish for this - suprisingly decent keyboard. Good for RasPis, TVs etc.

  • Does it work with the new iPad or iPad Pro?

    • Probably not since it has a USB receiver.

  • This is a great product. I thought, I would need one after struggling to find an all purpose app that that this saturated market was somehow missing. Kruger Industrial Smoothing was apparently responsible for sending out d-pad ir remotes for the commoners to form their searching. Trial and error left me with Tubio for casting(works with crapple tv(no ads)) and Remote IME for mouse, keyboard and remote.

  • Thanks OP, been meaning to get one of these for a while. Handy when using the laptop to watch overseas TV shows. Especially when it times out and wants you to re-enter the password.

  • these are great for 3 months, but….

  • No Bluetooth? Hmm.

  • Is this a scam? I have put my cc details and got debited. Then next minutes, I received an email and saying the transaction is cancelled because I did not pay.

    • You should always use Paypal.

  • Will this work on a Samsung SmartTV from circa late 2015. I had a look at the specs and Q&A page but didn't see an easy, direct answer to my question.

    The specs says works with Android, Windows and Linux. It goes on to say suitable for …laptops, Smart TV's, Projector…. etc which sounds pretty catch all to me, but perhaps it's poorly edited or proofread.

    • God knows.

      Is it really that much of a gamble?