2 x "AAA" batteries (included) power this keyboard, and should last for up to a year of active use. The maximum communication range is up to 49 feet.
Some Sony LCD TVs are not currently supported.
This model has been specially designed for Smart TVs and features a unique D-pad for easy navigation through apps and menus. It also provides support for up to 3 devices, and you can switch between them with the touch of a button.
Bluetooth 3.0 or Unifying receiver (included)
Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Android, WebOS, Tizen
Multimedia control keys, Integrated touchpad, D-pad
2 x "AAA" batteries
The keys are relatively quiet, so you shouldn't bother other people while typing. The metal hinges are durable and will last well under heavy use.
Relatively short battery life.
The Jelly Comb Bluetooth Keyboard is one of the most compact keyboards with full-size keys: thanks to its foldable design, its dimensions are small enough to be easily portable. The aircraft-grade aluminum housing is a guarantee of strength and durability.
Bluetooth 3.0 or Wired mode
Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android
Foldable design, Multimedia control keys, Integrated touchpad
Built-in rechargeable battery
The touchpad has multi-touch gesture recognition. The Rii classic keyboard design is ergonomic and comfortable for typing.
The Rii i8+ multimedia mini keyboard comes with a USB dongle that makes it compatible with numerous computers, laptops and tablets, and even gaming consoles, which don't have a built-in Bluetooth module.
The keys shape is optimized for touch-typing with thumbs. The built-in rechargeable battery provides up to 10 days of non-stop working time and up to 50 days in standby mode.
The model offers adjustable 7-colored LED backlighting with 2 brightness level feature. Also, it's ultra-thin and lightweight, making it convenient for taking along with you. Can be used with pretty much all OS versions.
Works on Smart TVs
When most people think about mini keyboards, they are usually thinking of connecting such devices to their tablets or smartphones. After all, the vast majority of models on the market are made for this specific purpose, so this is nothing out of the ordinary. What is out of the ordinary, however, is finding one that expands its range of devices to also include such things as set-top boxes or smart TVs. This is exactly what makes the Logitech K600 Keyboard with Integrated Touchpad and D-Pad such a unique entry in the world of mini keyboards.
As with most other models that can be found, this device is compatible with the usual operating systems, including Windows, MacOS, and Linux for computers, and Android and iOS for smartphones and tablets. However, the supported operating systems for this keyboard don't end there, as WebOS and Tizen, two commonly found operating systems that are used in a variety of Smart TVs, are also supported. This gives you some added flexibility and convenience when it comes to trying to search for your favorite shows, as you can use this keyboard with your TV instead of having to type out the name of a show using a clunky remote controller. Just be aware that some Sony TVs won't be compatible with this model, so be sure to check the operating system for your smart TV before you buy it.
This mini keyboard is powered by 2 x AAA batteries, and will last you for up to a year of active use before you need to change them out. The communication range is also quite good, being usable up to 49 feet away from the device it is paired to. All told, those looking for the best compatibility to go along with great range will find this keyboard to be an excellent choice.
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Jelly Comb Foldable
A mini keyboard should be large enough to comfortably type on, yet small enough to allow it to be easily carried with you anywhere. Unfortunately, with a lot of mini keyboards on the market, one of these characteristics is often sacrificed for the other. Fortunately, though, the Jelly Comb Foldable Bluetooth Mini Keyboard gives you an option that allows you to have the best of both worlds. This foldable keyboard is large enough to give your hands and fingers the space they need to type quickly and comfortably, and when you're done using it, you can just fold it up and stow it away. The keyboard's dimensions while folded are quite small, coming in at 5.98" x 3.82" x 0.71", so the space it takes up is little more than the average large-screen smartphone.
The foldable design of this keyboard doesn't take away from any other important aspects of a mini keyboard. For instance, the keys on this keyboard have decent travel to them, yet they are also very quiet, so you can type comfortably without worrying about the noise you are making distracting others around you. On top of that, the metal hinges are extremely sturdy and will easily last for a long time even with heavy use of the keyboard. Also included on this model is a small touchpad for controlling the cursor on a screen, making it great to use with any portable device. If you're in need of a truly portable mini keyboard that will let you get your work done without any compromises, then this model from Jelly Comb is worth a close look.
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At first, we have been hesitant about what category the Rii i8+ belongs to as it looks almost like a console controller with a keypad rather than a mini keyboard. Turned out, though, it boasts a wide multimedia keyboard functionality. Even more, it features a small touchpad that recognizes different gestures. For instance, a double-tap serves as an RMB-click, while dragging up and down with two fingers at once rolls the screen. Alternatively, you can also use the LMB and RMB buttons on the left.
This model comes with a 2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle that works at up to 33 ft. under ideal conditions. Realistically, as it works on the same frequency as Wi-Fi modems and routers, you can expect the signal to reach up to 20-25 ft., which is still far enough to satisfy different needs. Speaking of gaming, the Rii i8+ Wireless Mini Keyboard is compatible with both Xbox and PlayStation. Therefore, if you love gaming and chatting, this mini USB keyboard might be exactly what you need. Of course, it also works with computers, laptops, and even tablets that have a USB 2.0 port to plug the included adaptor in.
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Size & Weight
Edgy Pocket-sized Keyboard
The QQ-Tech is a mini keyboard with touchpad, and it is compatible with pretty much most of the mobile devices and computers. The length of the keyboard is just right so that you could reach more than half the keyboard with your thumbs for typing while holding it. What's more, there are two sets of the buttons corresponding to left and right mouse clicks. The first set is right below the touchpad along with the arrow keys. The other two buttons are placed on the upper sides of its body and designed to be pressed with index fingers. The keyboard is compatible with most of the modern devices that have a built-in Bluetooth 3.0 module.
Compact size has also affected the shape of the numeric and letter keys - they are pretty small and are set in the herringbone pattern with a small divider in the middle between G and H keys. Therefore, touch-typing with your thumbs may require some time getting used to but nothing to complain about. The keyboard operates on 250 mAh rechargeable battery that can work for several days straight on only 1 charge. The keyboard also features a battery charge status indicator right above the touchpad. Thus, you'll always know when it's time to recharge it. The USB cable for this is also included. What's more, the QQ-Teck mini keyboard has an auto-standby mode that turns the keyboard off when it's not used for several minutes to increase the battery life. To turn the keyboard on, simply activate the on/off-switch again or press any button to wake it up if it's already on. Finally, the keyboard boasts a backlight, so you can use it in the darkness as well.
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Personalize Your Keyboard
The Arteck HB030B is a mini wireless keyboard that works with seemingly any device that supports Bluetooth 3.0 connection, including Windows, Android and Apple devices. Although it has neither numpad nor touchscreen, the keyboard has many other special keys for above-mentioned systems. The switch between the layouts is done with a 2-key combination.
In size, the Artech HB030B is almost the same as an iPad Air - only 9 3/4" long and 5 9/10" wide. Its ergonomic design features two bumps to place your palms on for more convenient use and to prevent accidental key inputs. The keys are very quiet and responsive to touch. Moreover, the keyboard features a LED backlight with 7 changeable colors, including green, purple and cyan. Thus, you can customize your keyboard to your own style. The profile is pretty slim with the upper part made of ABS plastic, and the bottom one - of lightweight anodized zinc alloy that provides additional durability. Overall, the build quality seems very durable and lasting. The battery life is so impressive that it's a bit hard to test it. The manufacturer promises up to a couple of weeks of its non-stop 24/7 use without the backlight on. A USB-to-MicroUSB cable for recharge is included. What's more, the keyboard has a 15-minute auto-off function as well.
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What Is a Mini Keayboard?
A mini keyboard is a compact version of computer keyboard designed for people who are constantly on the move, need a keyboard to work with mobile gadgets or/and simply do not want to keep a huge keyboard on their working table all the time. There can be some deviations in models' sizes, shapes or functionality. However, the basic principle is pretty much the same for all of them - you hook it up to your digital device either wirelessly or via a cord and use it just like you'd use a conventional keyboard. A lot of them are compatible not only with Windows and Mac OS but many other OS allowing connecting them with many different gadgets but PC.
On a related note, you can also find our recent review on the best iPad keyboards designed specifically to work with Apple devices. Or check the best ergonomic keyboards promoting a more natural wrist position while typing.
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