Home News Can the Cideko Air Keyboard Conqueror controller replace a mouse and keyboard?

Lake Forest, Calif.-December 1, 2011– CompuExpert, a division of Digital Interactive Systems Corp., today announced the Cideko Air Keyboard Conqueror, a wireless keyboard integrated with a gyro mouse and wireless customizable gamepad, making it the perfect all-in-one solution for home theater PCs and gaming on your PlayStation®3.

With an effective range of up to 33 Feet, the Air Keyboard Conqueror lets you pay the pizza guy without putting down the controller and risk getting pwned by your buddies. The 20 hours of battery life with constant use means you’ll need sleep before the Conqueror does. The customizable gamepad features two analog joysticks with an 8-way D-pad and 4 axis, 10 fire buttons, making it an outstanding replacement for your PS3 or PC controller. With its ergonomic design, the controller fits nicely in players’ hands so they can play for hours without the discomfort other gaming devices can cause.

The Air Keyboard Conqueror is compatible with PS3®, Windows 98 – Windows 7, Mac OS 10.2 or later and Linux operating systems.  It is expected to carry a suggested retail price of $99.99, and will be available on December 2 at Amazon.com, Fry’s Electronics, Newegg.com, and Compuplus.com.

Features of the Air Keyboard Conqueror include:

  • 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


About CompuExpert

CompuExpert, a division of Digital Interactive Systems Corp. extensively searches the globe for the most innovative and unique electronic gadgets and peripherals and brings them exclusively to the North American market. With over 20 years of electronics distribution experience, CompuExpert is the North American distributor for high quality products made by Mionix, Sharkoon, Awind, Go Biz, Omnio, Cideko, GAEMS and more. More information about CompuExpert can be found at compuexpert.com.

2 replies to this post
  1. I always thought something like this would be cool to have. But looking at those buttons I think I’d have trouble using it. I have ridiculously large hands which makes me a klutz even with regular-sized buttons, let alone tiny ones.

    Ah well.. Here’s hoping an XXL version is on its way.
    (It’s not.)

    • Yeah personally I think they should have copied the Xbox 360 keypad and used triple shifts to have fewer keys. That said, it should be fine for web surfing, etc.

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