Wireless USB Keypad with Trackball

Wireless USB Keypad with Trackball

This wireless keypad features 19 standard keys, 13 hot keys and a high precision 1000DPI trackball. The wireless transfer is done using a 2.4 GHz radio frequency.


  • 19 keys slim link off keyboard
  • Built-in trackball for optical mouse
  • Resolution: 1000
  • Powerful office function with 19 keys and 13 hotkeys
  • Operating distance: 10 meters
  • Operating frequency: 2.4GHz Radio frequency
  • Operating current: 35mA max. (Keybaord)
  • Operating current: 15mA max. (Receiver)
  • FN: Num lock change function
  • Support Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • Dimension: 114 x 134 x 25mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 143g

Wireless USB Keypad with Trackball

Hot Keys:

  • Mouse Left Key, Mouse Right Key
  • Num Lock
  • Window Magnifier
  • www, Email, Media, Power Point, Word, Excel
  • Play/Pause, Prev Track, Vol +, Stop, Next Track, Vol

The Wireless USB Keypad with Trackball is available from USB Brando for $37.

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13 Responses to “Wireless USB Keypad with Trackball”

  1. Cute USB. Would have made a great stocking stuffer. 🙂

  2. This is supurb stuff

  3. It’s look useful stuff for traveling. Small and Wireless are best choice.

  4. DIY Closet Organizers Expert Reply December 31, 2008 at 12:13 am

    It’s 2.4GHz frequency, that’s bluetooth technology! The good thing about this is that due to the high frequency, it will not get interupted by other frequency can easily and also the line of sight distance is very long as compared to IR.

  5. wow, everything are going wireless nowadays.

  6. Very nice but I wish manufacturers would start making tiny wireless receivers like one of the logitech mice have

  7. I like the look of this. Will have to get myself one of those

  8. Wow..Amazing !

  9. Ergonomic Resources Reply April 21, 2009 at 7:10 am

    Very great innovation and idea. It would also be greater if they also make wireless Wingman(Gamepad) and Wheelman and joystick for gaming!

    I noticed though, it’s ridiculous for it to have word processing and email hotkeys only to find out that the keypad is purely numeric, you can’t even enter your username with that!

  10. virtual world games for kids Reply May 4, 2009 at 11:09 pm

    Love the track ball function and the short cut keys. Seems very convenient. 🙂

    I doubt about the 10 meter distance though. I guess it will go to a max of 5 meters. Had wireless product like this too.

    And agree with above. Word processing seems redundant. But it’s still a great add on to the keypad. 🙂

  11. Virtual Worlds For Kids Reply July 19, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    Do people still use keypads?

  12. Kids Virtual Worlds Reply August 26, 2010 at 10:27 am

    Hmmmm very interesting…

  13. Looks like a nice little gadget, will have to look into it.

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