EFO Wireless Handheld Keyboard and Touch Pad

Nov 02 2009

This is far from the most attractive wireless keyboard I have ever seen, but it is pretty innovative and you would have a hard time arguing with its $40 retail price. The reviewer likes it, I wouldn't mind just a bit more style to it, but like the idea. I doubt I'll trade in my Logitech Dinovo Mini for it though.

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Dragon Steel ModsI've used it as my primary input and navigation device and found that, for the most part it works great, but obviously if you're going to type a lot you don't want to be using this keyboard. It's just a bit too small for a lot of typing, but if you're accustomed to using a cellphone keyboard you shouldn't have any problem being able to use this keyboard adeptly. The buttons on the keyboard for typing work fine, but I found the mouse buttons aren't fully sensitive. What I mean is that for the left click I can push in the middle of the button, I've got to push on the far left side. It's not a big deal once you figure it out, but it would be nice to be able to push anywhere on the button and have it react.
 

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