Our Picks For Top Smart TV Wireless Keyboard Remote Control Mouse/Keyboard Combo

By | March 28, 2019

For Smart TV owners a wireless keyboard and mouse can be used to control their TV easily.
This is done by plugging in a USB dongle into the TV and activating the mouse or keyboard.
It is a great feature that any Smart TV owner needs to control the advanced functions, such as surfing the internet.
Some TVs come with a keyboard while other don’t and simply come with a remote control.
Whatever you are using to control your Smart TV there are more options than ever when it comes to wireless keyboards and mouse controls.
Many of these packages come in a keyboard/mouse combination and have all types of different layouts and designs.
What Type of Smart TV Wireless Controls are There?

  • Bluetooth
  • 2.4Ghz Frequency

The keyboard/mouse combinations work the same as they do for a wireless mouse or keyboard working with a desktop PC.

They use a 2.4 GHz USB dongle or Bluetooth tied to a remote that transmits to the TV.

Be sure to check your documentation that came with the TV to see what features it has.

Some TVs will have Bluetooth built-in and be able to use a Bluetooth keyboard while other will need to use 2.4GHz dongle.

Some models may have a proprietary system depending on the manufacture that may not be compatible with Bluetooth or a 2.4GHz dongle.

Depending on your media center setup most these wireless remote control packages also work with HTPC, Kodi, Fire TV Stick, and so on.
Our Picks for Best Smart TV Wireless Keyboard Remote Control Mouse/Keyboard Combos

  1. Logitech K600 TV
  2. Logitech K600 TV – TV Keyboard with Integrated Touchpad and D-Pad Compatible with Smart TV

    The Logitech K600 TV is a mid sized keyboard with a touch-pad built-in.

    It uses a wireless 2.4GHz USB dongle that plugs into a compatible TV and is ready to use.

    If your TV does not have built-in Bluetooth it likely will need to use a 2.4GHz USB dongle.

    The unit is also compatible with PCs, Android TV boxes, Laptops and more.


  3. AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard
  4. AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad for Smart TV – US Layout (QWERTY)

    This unit from Amazon uses Bluetooth to communicate.

    It is a mid sized unit that has a touch-pad built in.

  5. ANEWISH 2.4GHz RF Wireless Mini Keyboard
  6. ANEWISH 2.4GHz RF Wireless Mini Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo, Rechargable & Light & Handheld Smart Remote for Google Android TV Box,PS3,PC,PAD

    The ANEWISH is a small unit with keypad at the bottom and a touch-pad in the top center.

    It uses a 2.4GHz USB dongle that plugs into a compatible TV and is ready to work.

  7. iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard
  8. iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S – Black

    iPazzPort makes this popular handheld unit that has a small keypad and touch-pad built-in.

    It uses a 2.4GHz USB dongle to communicate so be sure to have a compatible TV.




4 thoughts on “Our Picks For Top Smart TV Wireless Keyboard Remote Control Mouse/Keyboard Combo

  1. Bhasker Raj

    Thanks for the guide for the best wireless keyboard for smart TVs.
    I am using MXQ 4k Pro Android TV Box for my smart TV.
    Which wireless keyboard will bel compatible with this TV box.
    A. S. Bhasker Raj

  2. Julian

    I am interested to purchase one of these Android TV Keyboards. Based on your review, you’d recommend the Logitech keyboard. I have used one of these keyboards in the past and the feeling while pressing the keys was very nice vs. some other cheap keyboards that you can buy in China based websites. I have a couple of questions:

    1) Do the ipazzport keyboards offering a good feeling while pressing the keys? can be comparable to the Logitech keyboard?

    2) Are these keyboards compatible with Smart TVs running Android OS? Did you try the Logitech keyboard with any of these Android TVs?


    1. WirelessHack

      I like the iPazzPort keyboard but this is only a personal opinion. Everyone will have a different pressing style so what works for one may not be right for another person. The best bet is to read the reviews on Amazon to see which one is best for you.

      Yes they work with Android boxes as long as it has a USB port for a dongle or comes with the features built in to the box. Be sure to check the boxes features for what it comes with. Most will have a USB port for a dongle to be plugged into.

    2. Steven

      I have two of the ipazzport keyboards. The on with the laser pointer and white backlight display, and the one with the ir learning/air mouse/orange backlight. They’re not the greatest. Main reason is the positioning of the touchpad, the response of the keys and the annoying air mouse for the latter of the two.

      On many occasions when you press a letter, it has a tendency to either not respond smoothly or over respond leaving a trail of the same letter allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll across the field you wish to type in. Forcing you to have to delete it all and start over. While the need to type in characters is seldom, it is very annoying when you wish to use it.
      The air mouse is quite horrible, even when you get used to it. It seems way off the mark and the position of the IR receiver on you Android Box is key to getting it close to where you want it to be.
      The position of the touchpad isn’t too, too big of an issue with it being on the far right of the keyboard, but I find that the ones that have the touchpad positioned in the center and above the keyboard to be much more comfortable to use.

      I highly recommend the commonly know Rii mini keyboards which are geared towards android tv boxes. Mainly because of the added key functions such as Pause/Fwd/Rwd etc. Which on the ipzzport remotes and secondary functions that are activated with the ‘Shift/Fn’ button. Not to mention…again…. that the position of the touchpad on these remotes make it easily accessible with from either side with your thumbs.
      Now, with that all said, in my personal experience with the one that i have, the signal does cut out from time to time and you have to re-insert the ir receiver on your box in order to gain a connection again. However, this minor setback is much more of a plus over the user-friendliness of the ipazzport keyboards.
      When you consider that the cost of the Rii mini’s is at least half the amount of the ipazzports, I’d say it’s worth it.

      I did just find another keyboard during my search which is called the ‘SMK-Link’.


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