This isn't a bad keyboard. The only problem I encountered was using it on my Android TV stick. The touchpad is also a "tap" pad and it's very sensitive. I did find a way to disable the "tap" feature but it has to be done each time the keyboard connects. To disable the "tap" feature, hold down the blue function key and the left trackpad key simultaneously. This is OS independent.
AcidSpectrum said: sauceyapple said: I have this keyboard to connect to my media center and it's great. Highly recommend it. Works with Linux/Debian/Ubuntu, right?
Yes it will work, you dont need any software. Actually it works with Playstation 3 too and I use it to type in searches and what not for Netflix. The USB dongle it comes with is pre synched with the keyboard. What I did find out is if you buy another dongle seperately you may have to sync it with the keyboard and that requires software on Windows, not sure if its on Linux or not but thats only if you use a different dongle than it came with.
The one problem we've had when using it as the everyday keyboard is that the right "Shift" key is small and way right. We are constantly hitting the "up arrow" key right next to it. Incredibly annoying.
Is the wireless signal strong enough to go through the walls or the floor? I have an "always-on" computer upstairs that I would like to connect to a TV downstairs, and being able to control it from below would be great.
Bad experience with this vendor so I picked one up from Amazon. For only $10 extra I'd rather deal with Amazon. I heard these work with Samsung Smart TVs. Anyone have any experience getting it to work with Smart TV?
biggus35 said: Bad experience with this vendor so I picked one up from Amazon. For only $10 extra I'd rather deal with Amazon. I heard these work with Samsung Smart TVs. Anyone have any experience getting it to work with Smart TV?
Not even that. Its worth the extra $10 just to have a warranty on it. Logitech is awesome and their warranty is completely worth extra money. You would have to be dumb to buy a refurb for $20 over $25-$30 for new. Just sayin.... Why save a whole $5-10 to have a used and no warranty....doesnt make sense.
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