Rapoo’s Ultra-Slim Keyboard Has A Built-In Trackpad

Rapoo’s Ultra-Slim Keyboard Has A Built-In Trackpad

Rapoo’s new E2700 looks to be the perfect companion for my iMac, which is sat on a desk at a suspiciously convenient distance from the sofa in my office, letting me kick back and be amazed by episodes of True Detective and, uh, The Mentalist. Aside from being a regular keyboard with all the usual media keys, it also packs a trackpad on the rightmost end, so you can play/pause those annoying browser video players that don’t respond to the spacebar.

Rapoo’s Ultra-Slim Keyboard Has A Built-In Trackpad

The new Rapoo is 5.6mm thick, weighs 186 grams, and is slim enough to slide down between the couch cushions and get lost. And of course it’s wireless, in this vase via a USB dongle on your device, which lets you use it with non-Bluetooth boxes. What it doesn’t have is backlit keys, but as I usually switch off the backlight of my keyboard when watching movies, that’s no big deal.

All this comes for just $50. Is it any good? Who knows?

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  • Thanks Jaclyn!
  • Zeteboy

    Number pad is more usefull

  • Dominic

    i used this.
    Nice design.
    But quality of key is bad, there are no free space between keys so locationing keys is more worst. Remember you buying a keyboard for typing, not for showing. Key pushing feels terrible compare with apple’s key.

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