The Video Show No.7 – Vidabox Wireless Keyboard

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Vidabox are known for the premium Media Center systems and in this video I take a look at their latest wireless keyboard. It’s a lightweight remote keyboard with trackball  (800dpi) and is very nice to use. The keyboard never misses a beat unlike my Microsoft Media Center remote keyboard (which also has a totally useless mouse pointer). It comes with it’s own USB receiver that uses a radio signal rather than RF so there are do dead spots. Have a look at the video you will see how it compares with the Microsoft keyboard and some of my other videos. It retails at $69.99 from Vidabox’s online store.


Wireless Keyboard with Trackball Specifications:

· 30-foot (10m) wireless range
· Compact form factor with integrated 800 dpi optical trackball pointing
  device and mouse buttons
· Auto-shutoff feature preserves battery life
· Requires 3 AA batteries (alkaline or rechargeable – included)
· Battery Life: Two (2) month stand-by time
· High performance, high frequency wireless allows minimal dropped
  signals/dead zones
· Premium anti-dust keyboard pouch included
· Dimensions: 12.83″ x 5.04″ x .97″ (326mm x 128mm x 24.72mm)
· Weight: 1.13lbs (512 grams)

More information from Vidabox


0 thoughts on “The Video Show No.7 – Vidabox Wireless Keyboard

  1. Um, RF stands for “radio frequency”, so “uses a radio signal rather than RF” doesn’t make any sense. Perhaps you intended to write “uses a radio signal rather than infrared”?

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