Pic related, just bought one of these for my raspberry pi.
Should have got one of these, much better for the Pi.
using this since 2008 or something
>full qwerty keyboard
>not a chorded keyer
You're not very /cyb/ at all.
Always fancied getting something like this for a smart tv
That thing was cool at first but I left town for a week and the piece of shit stopped holding a charge for more than 5 minutes.
I use pic related on the couch now because I can actually type and the trackball is pretty good, though very frequently I need to give the keyboard light bumps, though this has become almost like a reflex and I barely notice when I have to do it anymore.
Uses aaa's but they last for like 4 months before you need to replace them. Its also ok for playing lots of non action games.
>what's ssh btw?
By frequent bumps I also just mean sometimes after I throw the thing onto my couch and pick it up again and have to give it a light slap for the trackball to work right. Been doing this for a year.
It is also really ergonomic, and the top has triggers for the mouse, so when I want to switch to from typing to the mouse I can quickly slide my fingers under the keyboard to grab both sides, with the keyboard on my lap.
It works really well. I swear. Although some quality control issues (very likely will encounter a dud) and a kinda high price.
Yea, I got one of these, kind of sucks. It'll work, but not like you want.
I also then got one of the Logitechs, it's way better and also a decent size for actually typing.
That Logitech drives me nuts.
I dont like how it doesn't have a right click trigger at the top and it is way bigger than >>52254772 so it can get kind of awkward to pick up when laying down.
Also trackball > touch pad
Why the fuck would you want the right-click on the top?
Left thumb on the top left left-click button, right thumb for the track-pad/right-click button.
Are you some kind of retard?
I have this, I use it to control my PC when I'm using it as a media center and I'm sitting on the couch.
Pretty good and comfy. Has both a touchpad and gyro.
OP here. I ripped out a screen from an old laptop, ordered a control board from china, got them to flash it to the correct FW for me all for £10.
Now I've hooked it up to the raspberry pi and mounted the pi to the back with a portable battery pack (which is also capable of running the LCD.
I've basically cobbled together a laptop, now all I need is a keyboard.
Stay mad faggot.
2 /cyb/ 4 u
Build it into a glove, if you think you're /cyb/ enough.
>not having a k400 for you're raspberry