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  • i8 Backlit Mini Wireless 2.4GHz Keyboard Touchpad black

    i8 Backlit Mini Wireless Keyboard Touchpad black

    Features:
    92 keys, 2.4GHz wireless Keyboard with Touchpad.
    Blue light, green light, red light three kinds of backlight can be free to switch (Fn+F2 can switch).
    Touchpad DPI adjustable functions.
    Built-in high sensitive smart touchpad with 360-degree flip design.
    Mini QWERTY keyboard with multimedia control keys and PC gaming control keys.
    Auto sleep and auto wake mode.
    Innovative shape, protable, elegant.
    The Ergonomically handheld design is easy to carry and operate.
    Perfect for PC, Pad, Andriod TV Box, Google TV Box, for Xbox360, for PS3, HTPC/IPTV, etc.
    Specifications:
    Operating range: 10 meters (MAX), without signal disturbance and no direction limit.
    Frequency range: 2.403GHZ ~ 2.480GHZ
    Transmit power: +5db Max
    Operation voltage: 3.3V
    Operation current:<50mA
    Charging current:<300mA
    Sleep current:<1mA
    Battery Type: Built-in lithium battery

    1:In a song
    2:The volume increase
    3:The next song
    4:The volume decreases
    5:Pause/play
    6:Open the music player
    7:Open the E-mail
    8:mute
    9:The left mouse button
    10:Open the search
    11:Open my computer
    12:Open a browser home page
    13:The right mouse button
    14:To the left
    15:To the right
    16:To the right
    17:down
    18:Identify key
    19:Functional levels or key
    Fn+F1=Shielding between keyboard and receiving signal/recovery between the keyboard and receiver;
    Fn+Space=Adjust the sensitivity of the mouse touchpad;
    Fn+Enter=Quickly bring up the task manager;
    Fn+F7=The whole desktop screenshot function;
    Fn+F8=Lock the touchpad;
    Fn+F9=The current page full screen;
    Fn+F10=Bring up the development tools;
    Fn+Del=The delete key;
    Fn+PgUp=Quick jump to start in the front of the letters/words;
    Fn+PgDn=Quick jump to start the back of the letters/words;
    Fn+F2=Quick jump to start the back of the letters/words;

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