Customer reviews for Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one

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Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one

Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one
5 / 5
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3 out of 3100%of customers recommend this
Customer reviews for Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one
Review 1 for Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one
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5 / 5
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Customer avatarReviewed by:jyk129
(Massachusetts)
Duration of Product Use:Less than a month
Level of Expertise:Expert
Title:

IOGear Wireless Keyboard

PostedMarch 2, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
This is a perfect HTPC keyboard with trackball for those who are tired of IR blaster or other means of remote control devices for HTPC.
Pros:htpc
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Review 2 for Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer avatarReviewed by:ccogan
(Overland Park)
Duration of Product Use:Less than a month
Level of Expertise:Good
Title:

Great Product

PostedFebruary 24, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
Works perfectly for my living room entertainment setup. Easy/quick set-up. An all around good value.
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Review 3 for Long Range Wireless Keyboard/Trackball all-in-one
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer avatarReviewed by:eab989
(San Antonio, TX)
Title:

compact, responsive, easy set up

PostedJanuary 8, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
I am an average home user. I wanted a wireless to use with my new Inspiron Laptop and my LCD 42" as monitor in my bedroom. My set up has my laptop about 8' away from where I use the keyboard. To clarify a couple of things that I was curious about but couldn't really find the answers for in the specs... the mousing ball is on the on right side of the key board and the left/right clicker is on the left. You do have to use 2 hands to operate the mousing portion. It does have a scrolling dial by the left/right mouse buttons too. It came with batteries. The senser/reciever is super small and as my laptop is stationary by the TV now it is not a hinderance. It is taking a little practice but is definately more functional than a keyboard and mouse separate. I have been using it now for 2 days and aside from the regular 'got to get used to this' have found this to be a great purchase. I actually returned what I had originally bought at Best Buy that was $20 more expensive and not integrated. I am VERY happy with the product
Pros:internet and work related use @ home
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