• Mini keyboard • Surface of brushed aluminum • Wireless 2,4 GHz RF • Smart-Touchpad & two mouse buttons • NumPad integrated in keypad
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Here you can find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding our products.
Why does my keyboard write numbers instead of letters?
The keyboard has a number block that is integrated into the normal keypad. The number pad can be permanently activated or deactivated by pressing the key labeled "Num" in the upper right corner of the keyboard. The Num Lock LED in the top right-hand corner indicates whether the numeric keypad is activated or not.
Why does my keyboard write different letters and characters than those shown on the keyboard?
Probably the keyboard layout has been changed in your operating system. You can change the keyboard layout by opening the "Language" setting in Control Panel and selecting your language.
Where can I find drivers for my device?
You can find the latest drivers for your device in the Download Center in the Support category. You can find the Support category for each product directly above the product description. However, if you are using a current operating system, it will rarely be necessary to install drivers later.
For wireless keyboards: Does the keyboard turn off when not in use?
Yes, wireless keyboards go into sleep mode when not in use for several minutes.
With wireless keyboards: If I haven't used the keyboard for a few minutes, there is a short delay with the first keystrokes. Why?
Your wireless keyboard will go into a sleep mode if you haven't used it for a few minutes. This can save battery power. When you press a key on the keyboard, the keyboard wakes up from sleep mode, so there is a short delay when you first type.
For wireless keyboards: Why does my keyboard suddenly stop working or only react to my input with a delay?
If your keyboard input only appears on the PC with a slight delay, then the connection from your keyboard to the receiver may be disturbed.
- Check that the visual contact from keyboard to receiver is not interrupted by a large object.
- Replace the batteries with new ones.
- Connect the wireless receiver to another USB port on your PC.
- Re-synchronize the radio receiver and keyboard. Use the pairing button on your keyboard to do this.
You will find detailed instructions for the re-synchronization in the manual of your keyboard, which you can also find in our Download Center.
Our friendly support team is glad to help you further and support you with solutions to any issue.