Hands On: Adesso Wireless Mini Trackball Keyboard – Gearlog

by Larry Emmott on August 25, 2009

in Hardware,Office Design

This mini wireless keyboard seems like a nice solution for a small footprint input device in the treatment rooms. It is both a mouse and a keyboard. However in my experience we use the mouse more than the keys in most treatment room situations. The tiny track ball and right left buttons on the top of the keyboard are awkward at best. The reviewer below also found some issues with the space bar.


From the start it seemed like this keyboard and I were going to get along swimmingly. I plugged in the wireless USB adapter, flipped the switch on the Adesso keyboard, and we were off to a great start. There was no disk to install and no problems connecting. I was even surprised to find I could go half way across the room and the darned thing still worked, living up to its 30 feet range promise.

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