The Chill KB-1BT UK Wireless Bluetooth Micro Keyboard with Touchpad is the ultimate partner for your computer, HTPC, Tablet PC (iPad, Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer etc.), Smartphone (iPhone, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile), Sony PlayStation3 and other devices supporting Bluetooth HID Keyboards.
This compact and slim Micro Keyboard does not take up much space and yet offers very convenient typing capabilities and unique features.
It comes with an integrated Touchpad for easy mouse control. It has Backlighted keys for typing in low light and even features an integrated LED Flashlight, so you can easily locate your stuff when watching movies or during presentations etc.
With the integrated Multimedia function keys you can easily control your home entertainment. You can even change the direction of the touchpad, so you can operate the Keyboard like a regular remote control.
The rechargeable hi-grade Li-Polymer battery offer up to 30 days of operation and the keyboard will automatically go into Standby when not in use to preserve power. An indicator will even tell you in advance, when it is getting time for a quick recharge.
The Keyboard has an operation radius up to 10 meter and comes with a Bluetooth Nano USB Dongle included for computers without built-in Bluetooth support.
Micro Keyboard (UK Englisch)
USB Bluetooth Nano Dongle
Dummy Dongle Cover
CD-ROM with drivers & manuals
USB Power cable
Quick Start Guide
Windows 98 / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, Mac & Linux-based PCs, Notebooks & Tablets.
Apple iPad / iPad2
Apple iPhone & iPod Touch (min. iOS 4.0+)
Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.5
Sony Playstation 3 & 4
All other devices with built-in support for Bluetooth HID keyboards.
* The keyboard and software have been tested and certified on all software platforms within the compatibility list. However it is beyond our control if the individual hardware manufacturers limit the support for 3rd party devices in their products. Because of the large number of devices available in the market, we therefore cannot guarantee that this keyboard will work on your particular hardware configuration. For example, certain HTC Smartphones do not support Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Device), and therefore cannot use Bluetooth Keyboards etc. by default, even though based on Google Android OS.