Monday, June 29, 2015

FAVI Mini Keyboard With Laser Pointer Review

I received the Smart Stick Keyboard Controller to try and at first, I wasn't sure where to use it. After trying it out, I was impressed and figured out where I could've used it. When I was in college, we would have presentations and we would bring our own laptop to present our report or presentation. I would have to manually use the keyboard on my laptop to flip through my report but with the FAVI Mini Keyboard, I can walk around and use this like a mouse and a keyboard in one. Here is a quick product description from the company:

-Named best home theater keyboard by CNET, PC Magazine and Home theater Magazine
-Compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, Mac and Android,Plug and play wireless connection
-Back-lit keys for dark rooms or night time use,Best in class battery life
-Includes full QWERTY keyboard, touchpad mouse, laser pointer, android hot-keys, rechargeable battery

The FAVI Smart Stick Keyboard Controller came with the following:

- 1 x Mini Keyboard
- 1 x USB Dongle
- 1 x 800 mAh Li-on battery
- 1 x USB cable
- instructions manual
The 800 mAh Li-on battery is similar to the battery of my old Nokia phone when I was younger. The USB dongle can be stored at the back so that it wouldn't be misplaced.
The right side of the FAVI mini keyboard has a touchpad which is sensitive and works well. On the upper part of the touchpad are 4 indicator lights which indicates different functions like if the caps lock is activated or if the mini keyboard is getting low on battery already.
On the side of the left part of the keyboard is an on/off switch which is nice because I can easily turn the FAVI mini keyboard on/off.
There is a laser pointer included which can be accessed by pressing the laser button on the bottom of the mini keyboard. The laser pointer only works if the FAVI mini keyboard is switched on as well.
The FAVI mini keyboard measures 6.2 x 2.4 x 0.50 inches and weighs only 100 grams. I like how easy this is to hold even though I have small hands. The QWERTY keyboard makes it easier for me to type as well.
The bottom side of the FAVI mini keyboard has the laser pointer button, button up or down to navigate the pages of a presentation and the micro-USB charging port. Charging time of the FAVI mini keyboard is approximately 4 hours.

I like how easy this is to set-up and in my experience, I just plugged the USB dongle in and it automatically worked as soon as I turned the FAVI mini keyboard on. I didn't need to go through any set-up process which is really nice.

The keyboard is very responsive and I like that it doesn't create any lag time. I also like that there is a backlight which can be turned on to illuminate the keys of the FAVI mini keyboard when it's dim/dark. This helps me see the keys properly.

This works well and I like that I can move around while using the FAVI keyboard. I don't need to stay in one place and is responsive even if I'm about 10 meters away from the USB dongle/receiver.

You can purchase the FAVI Mini Keyboard with laser pointer HERE.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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