i-rocks RF-6570 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Has 8,388,608 Channels and Nothing OnS

There are so many cordless devices hanging around these days, they can interfere with each other, but not the i-rocks RF-6570 Wireless Keyboard and Optical Mouse Combo. That's because it's using a 2.4GHz wireless link with four automatically-selected frequencies. Using FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) technology, it's actually able to detect if other devices are using a particular frequency and ID, and if so, politely stays out of the way. Besides that wireless wizardry, we're also digging the keyboard's enlarged enter key, and the way the mouse's scroll wheel glows red when batteries are low.

We've seen a few i-rocks products before, such as the back-lit X-Slim Mac keyboard, and like their clean and simple design. Plus, this RF technology has over 8,388,608 unique IDs, ensuring that it won't clash with your other gear. Might be great for controlling a home theater PC.

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