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The trackpad at the right-hand side works as a mouse and takes the place of the usual numeric keypad which probably wouldn't get too much use on a product like this anyway. As is often the case with keyboards like this, hotkeys are available for controlling the volume, and this time they're on the right-hand side above the trackpad. That's much easier than using a complicated set of shortcuts to reach them. A handy keyboard, but not perfect The Thinity is wireless, so it communicates over a distance of ten metres using a USB dongle. It's a shame it's so big though: we wouldn't leave it plugged into a laptop as we'd be worried about knocking it out of place or even damaging the computer itself. We know that Trust can make smaller USB receivers because we've the one that comes with the ComfortLine Wireless Mini Mouse—so why not use it here? That wasn't the only thing that surprised us either. There are two feet at the bottom to tilt the keyboard up, but they're so small they're not worth it. Then there's the location of the keys themselves: Ctrl, which is usually on the far left, has moved a place to the right. It's been replaced by the Fn key, used to activate the hotkeys for opening your e-mail or playing a track.