LOFREE 2.4GHz Wireless Mini Multi Touch Pad Keyboard

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LOFREE 2.4GHz Wireless Mini Multi Touch Pad Keyboard

Post#1 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:42 pm

Just got this today and been playing with it....This cheap little touchpad is actually pretty cool.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-LOFREE-2-4G ... 4724578%26
It's a wireless touchpad/keyboard a little bigger than a smart phone.
It is rechargable and has a charging cable
Does gesturers/mouse and keyboard although the gestures take a bit of getting used to.
It vibrates in keyboard mode so you know you tapped something.
It looks like there are lights in the picture but there isn't.
That is just highlighted special characters that can be accessed using the key toward the bottom right.
Two fingers on the pad up or down scrolls metro apps.
Two fingers right or left go forward and back a page.
Three fingers tapped on the pad is right click.
Those are the ones I had to look and figure out because of a chinese manual.
There are some basic instructions from a seller on amazon,but I got mine on ebay.
There are different sellers,so look for a low price.
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Post#2 » Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:21 am

Is this product legit? Haha it looks rather sketchy because outside of this product, there really aren't any touchpads that also double as a "touch" keyboard.

Are you using a Windows 8 PC? Do you know if it works with any Windows 8 PC?

The ones I see are generally so low-priced and barely have any solid reviews for them, so it makes me a bit skeptical.

Just curious because this type of product is something I've been looking for, for quite some time now.
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Post#3 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:28 pm

Yes,I am running it on windows 8.
My computer is an old dual core socket 939 so sometimes it hangs a bit on me but
otherwise works fine.
Should work well on faster computers.
It is plug and play so you don't need to load drivers.
Works well with the metro interface and apps.
It goes to sleep after a short while of no use,so just hit the keyboard/touchpad button
and it will wake up.
The is also a power switch on the back edge of the unit.
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Post#4 » Sun Feb 02, 2014 6:58 pm

Hi, how to connect it to an Android or Windows 7 PC ? I got it right now got a chinese manual :)

Thanks in advance
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Post#5 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:36 pm

It is usually just plug and play on windows.
Don't know about android.
Might search for the same item on amazon.com.
I managed to find some simple instructions on the item listing there.
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