The Rapoo E2700 slims down the wireless keyboard with touchpad

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Rapoo E2700

Rapoo has announced the latest entry in its Blade Series of wireless peripherals: the E2700 multimedia wireless keyboard with touchpad. The ultra-slim (186 grams and 5.6mm thick), single unit keyboard is designed to enhance productivity and performance by eliminating the need for a separate keyboard and mouse.

The E2700 boasts a scissor key structure for heightened accuracy, reliability, and the perfect key stroke results every time. This eliminates typos because the micro-scissors distribute pressure evenly across the key surfaces so each quiet keystroke you make is correct every time. The E2700 keyboard consists of 80 keys including 13 hotkeys (i.e. volume, mute, forward/back and more). Additionally, the touchpad on the right side of the keys takes the place of a mouse, and ensures full media control with the swipe of a finger.

Unfortunately, wireless is handled via a nano USB receiver, so the Rapoo E2700 isn’t compatible with devices that don’t have USB input, such as your iPad or Apple TV. If you do have USB, however, the E2700 operates on a 2.4GHz wireless frequency with a 360 degree range and up to 33-feet of working range.

The Rapoo E2700 is available in black or white and has an MSRP of $49.99. For more information, visit

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