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RKM / Rikomagic RKM / RIKOMAGIC MK706 CHARGERS FLYMOUSE / KEYBOARD

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MK706 2.4GHz Wireless Rechargeable Flymouse / keyboard optimized for Android TV
€32,50
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- Connection method
Yes
- Battery
Lithium Ion
- Main Feature
Keyboard / Flymouse
- Consists of
Remote Control / USB Receiver
- Keyboard Layout
Qwerty
- Supported Operating Systems
Windows/MAC/Linux/Android
- Sensors
Anti Algorithm
- Cursor Movement
Remote focus on TV or through the keys.
- Maximum Distance
20 Meter
- Energy Saving Mode
Yes, after 2 minutes

RKM / RIKOMAGIC MK706 CHARGERS FLYMOUSE / KEYBOARD


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Rikomagic has released a compact flymouse. The MK706 is a small practical Flymouse optimized for Android also runs on Windows and other platforms. He is similar to a Wii Remote, so you can carry, among other things pointing to your TV with the remote control and all your doings that way.

Thanks to the keyboard side, you can easily type, this is especially useful when you need to log in as fast or even to type and send emails. The format of the MK706 is quite small, making it easily fits in your pocket and take this little place owned.

Thanks to the 2.4GHz RF receiver works RKM MK706 wireless. The flymouse also has an anti-shake algorithm, which means that the flymouse even when sifted remains stable. The Lithium Ion battery and the included charging cable you can charge the flymouse.

specifications:

  • 2.4GHz Wireless USB reciever
  • Anti-shake algorithm
  • Wireless keyboard, also supports Windows
  • Remote control for Android devices specializes in Android TV boxes / Android TV Sticks
  • Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
  • Suitable for: Windows, Android, Linux, iOS

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