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Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus with Built-In Touchpad for Internet-Connected TVs, Black
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- Designed for laid-back control: kick back and navigate your TV-connected computer from the comfort of your couch
- Integrated wireless keyboard with touchpad: enjoy seamless control without the hassle and clutter of a separate keyboard and mouse. Comfortable, quiet keys and a large (3.5-inch) touchpad make navigation effortless.
- 10-meter (33-foot) wireless range: watch video, browse the web, chat with friends and more, without annoying delays or dropouts. Responsive, trouble-free connection even in large spaces
- Media-friendly TV keyboard: easy-access volume controls and arrow keys. Second left-click button lets you navigate and make selections with two hands. Shortcuts for Windows and Android users. Hot keys work right from the box; no configuration required.
- Plug-and-play setup: plug the tiny unifying receiver into a USB port and start the fun. Use the keyboard receiver to connect up to six unifying devices to your computer.
- Up to 18-month battery life
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Control your computer-enabled TV from the comfort of your couch without the need for a mouse. The K400 Plus Wireless Touch TV Keyboard allows you to navigate seamlessly with its built-in trackpad. The keyboard enables you to work wirelessly up to a range of 10 m or 33 ft without having to move around. It’s large enough for most family dens and living rooms. The K400 has media-friendly controls and a familiar key layout so you can easily navigate without the hassle of a regular remote control. Forget complex setup procedures. Connect the K400 to your computer or TV with a single wireless connection using the Logitech Unifying receiver. Plug it into the USB port, and you’re ready to go. The Unifying receiver also allows you to connect multiple Logitech devices at the same time. There’s no need for continuous charging with the K400’s 18-month battery life. You can use the keyboard for longer without worrying about replacing batteries. When it’s time to replace them, you quickly pop in 2 more AA batteries, and you’re ready to go again.
Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus is a full size keyboard layout and touchpad in a compact size. Incurve keys are ideal for touch typists and the soft key stroke makes this a quiet keyboard. The full size touchpad gives you the familiar scroll and navigation gestures. With the left- and right-click buttons below the touchpad and the volume control buttons above, control is at your fingertips. For two-hand control, typically used by those who like to use their thumbs to navigate, a left mouse-click button is located on the upper left side of the keyboard—navigate with your right hand, select with your left.
Wireless Touch Keyboard, Unifying receiver, 2 AA batteries (pre-installed), User documentation
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Read all the Samsung horror stories here, unfortunately after I'd bought it and it was on the way... Was ready to get super ticked off, tried it anyways.
Plugged the USB reciever into the USB plug on the TV, went into settings to set it up, noticed it'd already recognized it, touched the touchpad and a cursor appeared on screen letting me navigate. Jumped over to the web browser, typed into the google search field no problem, surfed the web for awhile, leaving posts on forums, still no hassles, now the app test: Went into netflix, it let me scroll around with the touchpad, opened the search, went to type, nothing... BUT it let me use the mouse to pick letters from the on screen keyboard that pops up, a million times easier than using the remote. Now considering I'm not planning on writing any 30 page thesis in Apps, basically just using the search field, and the auto suggest usually tosses up what I'm looking for after two letters have been put in, and the touchpad makes even putting those two letters in 10x's easier than using the remote, not being able to type one or two words into an apps search field is not a deal breaker.
the web browser is where the use really shines. with just a remote, the web browser is pretty useless. a novelty. with the keyboard, a working and valuable addition to your smart tv.,
So if you have a Samsung, judge your own use, are you getting it for the web browser? Works great. Are you getting it for apps? doesn't have full functionality, but still better than the remote. But it DOES work, no pc need be connected.
It also let's me change channels on the TV using the Page up/Page down keys. I'm sure I'll find more uses as I use it, I'll update this as I do.
Now, if you want to enable "natural scrolling" also known as "reverse scrolling" or "Australian scrolling", just run this in terminal:
echo "pointer = 1 2 3 5 4 7 6 8 9 10 11 12" > ~/.Xmodmap && xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap
if you want to undo what that does, all you have to do is run this in terminal:
echo "pointer = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12" > ~/.Xmodmap && xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap
OR you can do this:
'rm -r ~/.Xmodmap && reboot NOW'
If you are interested in pairing other devices to the Logitech Universal Receiver (the little USB thingy that communicates with your device) or if you want to monitor the battery levels of the keyboard, just install the app called Solaar by doing the following:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:daniel.pavel/solaar && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install solaar
I chose this keyboard because there were good reviews, and it was the right price. When I received it, I pulled out the little USB dongle, plugged it into the TV, and then started looking for a "on" switch for the keyboard.... when I noticed IT WAS ALREADY WORKING.
Seriously. Zero setup. Just plugged in the dongle, and immediately the mouse and keyboard worked. No config, no software, no effort. I was happily surprised.
I've now been using it for a little more than a month, and I gotta say it is a pleasure that it just Always Works. I've gotten so used to the crappy Netflix and Amazon apps, and the crappy Samsung interface, that it is a pleasure to use something that just works, works intuitively, and I don't have to think about.
I wish all my technology worked as well and as effortlessly as this keyboard!