Veho / Cideko Mimi Wireless Gaming Keyboard

The guys at Cideko have done it again. Remember the MSI / Cideko Air Keyboard? Well, Cideko has taken that concept and enhanced it with analog and digital game controls — it actually kind of reminds me of the Sony Internet TV Keypad. The Veho / Cideko Mimi Wireless Gaming Keyboard (aka Cideko Air Keyboard Conqueror) is priced at around $145 and is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. It offers an operational range of 32 feet and can last more than 20 hours on a single charge. One caveat, though, the controller’s customizable buttons are only for Microsoft Windows systems and may not work normally with other operating systems. In other words, it’s best suited for a Windows-based HTPC. Availability: and [via]

Product Features:

  • User definable hot keys
  • Motion sensing air mouse
  • Left and right mouse buttons
  • LED indicators for battery status
  • Ergonomic gamepad with two analog joysticks and digital buttons
  • 4 axis 10 fire buttons
  • Trusty 8-way D-pad
  • Charging via mini USB port
  • HTPC supported

Technical Specifications:
Power saving function:

  • Air Keyboard switches to power saving mode after idling for 10 seconds, press any key or move the mouse to wake it up.
  • After idling for 4 minutes, Air Keyboard will switch off to save power, press the left click button to turn it on again.
  • Battery: Li-Polymer rechargeable battery: 3.7V/1100mAh
  • Battery life: >20 hrs for constant usage
  • Charging time: 3 hrs
  • Effective range: up to 10 meters (2400MHz ~ 2483MHz)
  • Supported system:· MS Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7
    *Self Customizable buttons are only for Microsoft Windows system and may not work normally in Mac OS or Linux system.


  • Measures approximately 12.6cm (W) x 15cm (D) x 4.7cm (H)

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