Chill Innovation unveils new Chill KB-1BT Bluetooth micro keyboard

Imagine having a Bluetooth keyboard that you can use with a number of different devices around your house, and that can also double up as a regular remote control. Well imagine no more, as Chill Innovation has just unveiled its new ultra-slim Chill KB-1BT Bluetooth micro keyboard.

As noted on the website, the KB-1BT Bluetooth micro keyboard can be used with your PC / HTPC (Mac, Windows and Linux), tablet PCs such as the Apple iPad / iPad 2, smartphones running iOS, Google Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian, and even your PlayStation 3 console.

It can also be used with any other devices around your house with support for Bluetooth HID keyboards. The KB-1BT Bluetooth micro keyboard comes with backlit keys so you can continue typing in low light, an integrated LED flashlight and an integrated touchpad for easy mouse control.

The device also comes with integrated Multimedia function keys, which enables users to easily control their home entertainment. It even allows users to change the direction of the built-in touchpad so they can operate the micro keyboard just like a regular remote control.

Its rechargeable hi-grade Li-Polymer battery provides users with up to 30 days of usage. When the keyboard is not in use it will automatically switch to Standby in order to save power. It also features an indicator that will tell you in advance when the keyboard is due for a recharge.

Would you consider buying the Chill KB-1BT Bluetooth micro keyboard?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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