Summary: I recently moved back home from university and being a bit short on space I decided to use my TV as a monitor and buy a wireless keyboard with a track pad. After much deliberation I decided on the KeySonic ACK-540 RF+ Keyboard.
Summary: Does what is says on the box but the battery life is not as good as Keysonics other product... Not only is the battery life better but the ACF-540RF is a much better looking design and it is nicer to hold with rounded corners which makes it a more comfortable keyboard to use.
Summary: I have now purchased 3 of these keyboards for use with my Apple Mac Mini's, they have all worked straight from the box with very simple setting up. I would like to be able to purchase the dongle individually in case of damage to the one supplied.
its mostly just to enter usernames / passwords or similar info for logging on to whatever towatch whatever.
31 August 2012
Summary: Short review. I have been using this on my media PC for a short while now, and its actually been fairly reliable. I have gone through a number of keyboards that have the mouse bit built-in whether its a laptop style such as this, or a trackerball, and I have had a number of the smaller ones too, but...
Summary: Ive had a few of these now as its serves my needs perfectly. I still prefer the older silver model if im honest but these are ok. They are on the expensive side but as a left hander I find with the cheaper ones the trackpad is awkward to use and find it frustrating. build quality is ok.
Keysonic ACK-540RF+ Black Wireless Mini Keyboard with Integrated Smart Touchpad UK Layout
2 August 2012
Summary: Nice Layout particularly suited to 'lefties' as most keyboards of this sort have the mousepad on the right. It does have an on off switch on the back, but ignore this at your peril as others have mentioned it eats batteries at an alarming rate if you forget to switch it off when not in use.