RC 2.4G Wireless Air Mouse & Keyboard
The RC Air Mouse and Keyboard uses the latest 2.4GHz wireless technology with a sampling frequency up to 120Hz. Use it like a Wii remote to control your mouse cursor on the screen.
Operation is flexible and smooth and does no connection is lost during rapid movement.
The RC Air Mouse and Keyboard can be used for a wide range of devices and drivers install automatically when you plug it in. With a wide transmission range of up to 30m, you can use this remote control your computer in style. Sit on the sofa and control your media center on cozy weekend afternoon. Compatible with Raspberry Pi, LattePanda, Odroid, Khadas HTPCs, miniPCs, Smart TVs, etc.
- DC Power
- 3 x AAA Batteries (Not Included)
- Frequency Range
- OS Support
- Any OS
- 120 grams
- 160 x 58 x 18mm (6.3 x 2.3 x 0.7")
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