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Xebec Tech HTPC Mini Wireless Keyboard Review

Rating: 7.5.

Xebec Tech are not a very well known company but they produce a very interesting and innovative range of products which are quite different to what else is available on the market at the moment.  All of their products are designed in the UK and their product range encompasses multimedia keyboards, mice, LED lighting and phone accessories.

Today we are going to look at the Xebec Tech HTPC mini wireless keyboard which, as its name suggests, is designed to be used with a home theatre PC.  Despite this, it is also fully compatible with Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 as well as the latest Android tablets including the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.


  • 10-15m wireless range due to a 2.4GHz nano receiver
  • 2.4GHz nano receiver fits into USB port of your computer
  • Plug n Play installation- a specific driver is not required
  • Power saving On/off switch
  • 73 keys- 13 hotkeys (including 11 media hotkeys) and 11 further enhanced function keys
  • 11 media hotkeys are: www, e-mail, back, forward, previous track, next track, play/pause, stop, volume up, volume down and mute
  • 11 further enhanced function keys activated via the “fn” key.
  • 6 MCE hot keys: My music, my video, my picture, my TV, my radio and DVD
  • Gestures on the touchpad include 2 finger scrolling
  • Weight: 170g
  • Dimensions: 163 x 121 x 28 mm

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  • Bertie

    It certainly does look like a console gamepad. Logitech make a nice version of this, but it looks smaller and is piano black.

  • David Rd.

    I bought one of these a month ago and its ok, but as the reviewer said I wouldnt try typing much on it, as the keys are very small. its fine for light web browsing and renaming media folders.

    Only problem ive experienced is that the signal sometimes loses connection for a few moments, im not sure if its due to my wireless router being close by and interfering with the signal.

    Did you have the problem henry?

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