What is the opinion of Reddit about the
iPazzPort 2.4GHz Mini Wireless Fly Keyboard with IR Remote and Backlight KP-810-16?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point


21st Aug 2015

This is what i use and i love it: http://www.amazon.com/iPazzPort-Wireless-Keyboard-Backlight-KP-810-16/dp/B006OW1J1M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1440179652&sr=8-1&keywords=MINI+IR+KEYBOARD

I will have to warn you… its flimsy and will crap out if you drop it often. I havent found anything else that has the same features including a backlit keyboard.

1 point


3rd May 2015

I would assume so but honestly I don’t have one, I only remembered that they exist and thought it might be helpful for you. Personally, I went all out and got an iPazzPort remote that learned my tv remote controls plus gives me a keyboard. I’d highly recommend one except it might be too expensive if you need 3 of them.

1 point


29th Jan 2015

I guess we’ll just have to agree to disagree on this, but a few counterpoints first.

> The simple fact that rented DVRs and built in TV apps still haven’t been replaced by HTPCs is evidence to the reality. The simplicity of both far exceeds that of an HTPC as a platform.

I’d say it’s 3 things, none of them having to do with simplicity. 1. Cost. HTPCs are more expensive up front. 2. Cable companies don’t rent out HTPCs. 3. Fear.

I still think you’re over-complicating things though. I’ve got one remote that controls the tv and is also a keyboard and gyro mouse (This one), so it’s not any more complicated as far as that goes. And again, as far as closing whatever program is already open, and opening what they want….that’s normal every day PC stuff. Who doesn’t know how to do that already? Just because it’s on a TV makes it somehow different?

> As for DRM. There was a time, years ago now, when I had all the current content mediums under one program.

I have that still. That one program is my Windows desktop.
I’m still not sure what you’re talking about with DRM/XBMC/Netflix/Amazon though. Are those apps no longer available in XBMC because of DRM? I haven’t tried XBMC in years, so I honestly don’t know. But either way, how is clicking an icon or shortcut in XBMC any easier than clicking an icon or shortcut on your windows desktop or taskbar?

I agree when you say it’s a enthusiast/niche market. But it doesn’t have to be that way if people that set up HTPCs in their home just treat it like a pc. Everybody knows how to use a PC.

1 point


6th Dec 2012

I feel your pain. I have 3 options for you

The All of the Way Free Option: if you have an android phone, download the official xbmc remote app. There is a way to enter text using your android keyboard. I’d imagine this exists for apple as well.

Paid/free Option #1: Unified Remote Free/Paid. You download a small server program for your pc and you can use your android phone as both a keyboard and mouse. I paid for it because the ads were annoying and it was $2. Pretty sure there is something like this for apple if android isn’t an option.

Paid Option #2 Something like this. http://www.amazon.com/iPazzPort-2-4GHz-Wireless-Keyboard-Remote/dp/B006OW1J1M/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1354810954&sr=1-2&keywords=air+remote

I like this one because it will also control your other components (built in ir blaster)