The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox – sorry! We were practicing our typing ON THIS AWESOME KEYBOARD.
With slim chiclet keys, this ‘normal size’ keyboard is the perfect on-the-go accessory to yourPi, BeagleBone, or everyday computer. There’s also a trackpad on the right hand side with support for both right and left clicks.
Best of all, this keyboard is just 7mm / 0.28″ thick – so it’s super slim, lightweight, and wireless. There’s a USB-A dongle in the back of the keyboard that you can just plug in and use. There’s also a mini-USB hook up in the back and a mini-USB cable that runs to a dual USB-A male & USB-Female plug. This cable works to charge the keyboard but will not send data (but you can charge it and use it wirelessly at the same time)
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