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Xebec Tech htpc keyboard review

 

Xebec Tech is a newly founded company which originates from the UK and today has offices in the UK, China and Taiwan. The company currently focuses mostly on high end peripherals. A few weeks ago we had a look on their itouchpad diamond keyboard, a versatile product designed to mimic a laptop-sized keyboard and touchpad. Today we are going to have a look at a different piece of equipment which Xebec Tech baptized simply “htpc”, a multi functional controller for media center PCs, gaming consoles and other devices.

Xebec Tech is a newly founded company which originates from the UK and today has offices in the UK, China and Taiwan. The company currently focuses mostly on high end peripherals. A few weeks ago we had a look on their itouchpad diamond keyboard, a versatile product designed to mimic a laptop-sized keyboard and touchpad. Today we are going to have a look at a different piece of equipment which Xebec Tech baptized simply “htpc”, a multi functional controller for media center PCs, gaming consoles and other devices.

 

Manufacturer features and specifications

 

  •          10-15m wireless range due to a 2.4GHz nano receiver
  •          2.4GHz nano receiver fits into USB port of your computer
  •          Plug n Play installation- a specific driver is not required
  •          Power saving On/off switch
  •          73 keys- 13 hotkeys (including 11 media hotkeys) and 11 further enhanced function keys
  •          11 media hotkeys are: www, e-mail, back, forward, previous track, next track, play/pause, stop, volume up, volume down and mute
  •          11 further enhanced function keys activated via the "fn" key.
  •          6 MCE hot keys: My music, my video, my picture, my TV, my radio and DVD
  •          Gestures on the touchpad include 2 finger scrolling
  •          Built in and ergonomically placed rear positioned left and right click buttons
  •          Weight: 170g
  •          Dimensions: 163 x 121 x 28 mm

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