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> Full Qwerty Keyboard, multifunctional Air mouse remote control with learning function: 2.4G Air Mouse + Wireless Qwerty Keyboard + IR learning function.

> Plug-and-play function, compatible with USB1.1 and USB2.0.

> Motion sensor that allows mouse to be controlled by waving the remote. 2.4G transmission up to 10m.

> Built in motion sensor, convenient to operate in horizontal and vertical mode. Suitable for PC, Smart TV, Set-top-box, Android TV Box and Media Player. It supports the most popular operating systems including Android, Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

> Powered by 2 x AAA batteries with ultra-low power consumption.
SKU: W007044

Availability: In stock

Product Description


The Airmouse 200 is a multi functional controller which controls various media devices in your house. Also it can be used as a standard IR remote. The IR learning feature allows the Crypto Airmouse 200 to learn orders from your other remotes. This way you able to control your HTPC/Android TV box and TV without switching remote controls. 

 Plug and play, simply insert the mini USB receiver into your device and it's ready to go. The cursor will
move around the screen following the motion of your hand. Moreover, a QWERTY keyboard is built-in to the back of the remote. You can easily use it for surfing internet, writing emails and accessing social media sites. 


Important Note: In RF mode (2.4 GHz) some keys may not behave according to the functions of your device (TV, android media player, etc.) because of different encodings of each manufacturer. In such a case, you can use the IR learning function to encode the keys you want.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Product_Manufacturer CRYPTO
Communication Signal 2.4GHz (KB+Air Mouse), IR (Remote Control)
Operation range 10meters (MAX)
Total Keys 81 Key Qwerty Standard Keyboard
Programmable Keys No
Multimedia keys No
Number Of Devices No
Battery 2 x AAA
Os Support Windows, Mac, Android, Linux


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