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Mouse Hand Orientation
- 78 points
- 63 months ago
from completed build An HTPC for 1080p/60Hz gaming
Not perfect for home theater. If you place it in your lap, you'll get input lag. It has a better signal when you only rest the middle part of it on your knee.
- 34 points
- 63 months ago
from completed build First Build
Connection isn't so great at times
- 17 points
- 62 months ago
from completed build Darth Raven (EP 2015)
Awesome battery life, range, & durability. Recommend any day.
- 15 points
- 46 months ago
from completed build 6700K R9 390
Well made keyboard. The track pad has come in handy a few times. I do wish I had a full keyboard.
- 14 points
- 61 months ago
from completed build Debian Media/File Server (updated 07-12-2016)
Tiny, unresponsive unless you orient it directly towards the PC, very limited range.
- 7 points
- 52 months ago
from completed build Living room ITX gaming HTPC (i7-4790k, GTX970)
Very convenient from the cough. It is light and works well. The keys are cramped, as expected. Also, I wish it has PrtScn key.
- 6 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Living Room PC
Every couch computer user should own one of these. My biggest gripe is that crumbs tend to get inside it and rattle around, but taking it apart and shaking it out fixes that. Still, it is hard to find all the screws on the bottom. A close second in the gripe department is that when you switch it on, touch-click and gestures are always enabled, and you have to hit Fn+left click and right click to disable them. That makes the act of switching the keyboard on into a 3 step process. But honestly it's not too bad. It's sturdy, survives drops, and the trackpad is better than any Windows laptop I've ever used. Solid buy for couch browsing.
- 2 points
- 59 months ago
from completed build Custom HTPC Build October 2014
Small and light but with full-sized keys. If you use the usb extender for the little wireless unit it gives enough range to use in the TV-room. Batteries last for ages even if you forget and leave it switched on all the time :) With hindsight I would have gone with a backlit keyboard though, so lose one star.