This is a long awaited review if this tiny keyboard... So time to bring home the proverbial bacon!

Now I picked this little Chiclet Keyboard up for $56.99 from
so what's special about it? Well... Lets have a little looksie.



So what is there? A small keyboard, and a mini touchpad. And it's very small, only 82mm * 254mm * 5.8mm.

But why would you buy one?


To answer that question, you have to know why it was made. Pure and simple, this was designed to be a Wireless Media Keyboard. So if you have ever hooked up a PC to a large TV and want to still use it across the room? You want this. And with it's 10 meter range [Thanks to it's 2.4GHz wireless], it's does a damn good job. Trust me, I've tested it.

So what can it do?



And quick access to your mail client.

What can't it do?


Tabbed Browsing. Seriously, since there is no middle mouse button click, and for some reason, Chrome acts like it was a left click and then a right click, it opens the drop-down and then navigates to the page, so getting a new tab open is a pain.

And don't do serious gaming on it, the latency is to high for that, and it's designed about the size not being able to hit the keys reliably... and trust me, as a person who is used to larger keyboards, hitting them can be a challenge, especially late at night, and after a few drinks.
If I had to give this an subjective score I would give it a 9 of 10.
If you want a small basic wireless keyboard, that can do Basic tasks (Media playback, Web Browsing) then this is your keyboard.

If you want a large keyboard or one for extreme gaming. Then this isn't your keyboard. And you should have already known that.