Microsoft All-In-One Wireless Media Keyboard (N9Z-00002) - English

  • Model #: N9Z-00002
  • Web Code: 10291847
Save: $25
Sale Ends: October 27, 2016


Navigate your computer or Smart TV with ease using the Microsoft all-in-one keyboard. More than just a standard keyboard, this unit features an integrated trackpad that supports multi-touch gestures like swiping, zooming, dragging, and more. Customizable hotkeys make it quick and easy to access your favourite content.

More Information

  • Built-in multi-touch trackpad makes it easy to navigate content and use multi-touch gestures with your Windows computer
  • Customizable media hotkeys give you one-touch access to the web, your tunes, movies, and other content
  • Wireless connectivity through USB keeps the keyboard free of cables
  • Durable design stands up to spills and bumps in life
  • Easy-access volume controls make it a cinch to turn the sound up and down
  • Basic English keyboard functionality works with select USB HID compliant gaming consoles and Smart TVs

What's in the Box?

  • Microsoft Wireless Media Keyboard
  • USB Dongle
  • Manual

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • Connectivity
  • Cord Length or Cordless Range
    10 m
  • Built-in Trackpad/Touchpad
  • Colour
  • Wrist Rest Included
  • Battery
  • Compatibility
    Windows; Mac
  • System Requirements
    Windows 8.1; Windows 8; Windows RT 8.1; Windows RT 8; Windows 7; 150MB Hard Drive Space
  • Dimension
  • Width
    36.7 cm
  • Height
    13.2 cm
  • Depth
    1.9 cm
  • Weight
    0.4 kg
  • Width (Inches)
    14.31 in
  • Height (Inches)
    5.15 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    0.74 in
  • What's in the Box
  • Warranty Labour
    1 Year(s)
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

4.0 / 5
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 87%

34 Reviews

Critical 12%

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  • from Richmond, BC

Out of date design

Out of date design - use non USB chargeable design, it use one-time battery

  • from Brampton, ON

Happy Camper

Great wireless keyboards at a great price. Bought two of them.

  • from Canmore, AB

does not work good

Using on a android media player and it keeps sticking keys when typing. very frustrating so back to the mouse

  • from Calgary, AB

Great HTPC keyboard

Bought this to replace a micro keybrd/track pad that had poor wireless range. The wireless range on this keyboard is excellent, have used it up to 40 feet away without issues. Design is pretty standard, keys have a soft action with is fine for HTPC use. The only thing that i would have liked to see was key backlighting. Bought it on sale, for $[PRICE], but even at the standard price its a good value.

  • from Toronto, ON

Great Product

Works perfectly with my home theater PC

  • from Scarborough, ON

Works Great!

I bought this keyboard to use with my Android box so I could have a keyboard and mouse in one device. It's absolutely perfect! It has a power button so I can save on the batteries and turn it off when not in use. It's exactly what I wanted.

  • from Kingston, ON

Inferior Product

Ordered one for a Smart TV but returned it because it wouldn't power on (yes, replaced the batteries). Ordered a second one but mouse won't work with Smart TV so returning it too.

  • from Comox, BC


Works well, nice big trackpad. Nice keys too. Backlighting would make it unbeatable, but for the price, its right.

  • from Scarborough, ON

I like it very much

bought this keyboard at cyber Monday, very comfortable, it is better than Logitech i think.

  • from Thompson, MB

Microsoft All in One Keyboard

Works great! Using this Keyboard with my Raspberry PI 2

  • from Toronto, ON

decent wireless integrated keyboard & touchpad

Only complaint I have is there is no place to handle the keyboard without pressing a key or the touchpad by accident especially as i use it on the couch for the TV. Right mouse button on the left side nice touch.

  • from Calgary, AB

Works Perfect !

It works good. I recommend this product.

  • from Calgary, AB

Awesome when on sale

Good value when bought on sale

  • from North York, ON

this is the best keyboard

this keyboard is amazingly portable and has blue tooth

  • from Vancouver, BC

Get it on sale

It got this when it was on sale for [price]. For that price it was well worth it but I would never pay full price for this. Its works fine when attached to my computer but the mouse pad doesnt work when its connected to my smart tv so I end up still having to use my remote. Overall: Good keyboard but wait for it to go on sale before purchasing.

  • from Toronto, ON

Great keyboard with some flaws

The keyboard is well worth its price. It is quite sturdy (no wobbling when typing), has a good feel to it, and has rubber legs that prevent it from moving on smooth surfaces. The keys feel nice and quiet. The touchpad is an useful addition to the keyboard and is relatively easy to use. It supports some multitouch gestures like scrolling and zooming. Unfortunately the swipes from the edges of the touchpad, which are advertised in the documentation and seemingly supported in the software, do not work in Windows 10. Still, the touchpad is not a replacement for a mouse as it is not very sensitive and is more difficult to use than an regular mouse. The keyboard has some customizable keys that can be configured in MS Mouse and Keyboard Center. In addition, there are physical buttons for volume controls (up/down, mute) that are somewhat useful. A left mouse click button is also present on the keyboard, which helps with certain touchpad activities (e.g., dragging items on screen). One huge problem with the keyboard, though, is the fact that instead of the usual functionality, the F1-F12 keys have special functions assigned to them (e.g., search, play/pause, etc.) by default. To get the basic F-keys, one needs to press the key with the Fn key. E.g., to type the F5 key to refresh something on your screen, you would need to press F5+Fn, which is inconvenient. There's no way to change that setting either in hardware or in software.

  • from Thornhill, ON

A nice little keyboard

that works as advertised. Touch typing is reasonable and touch pad is responsive. No complaints so far.

  • from Vancouver, BC

Peripheral Wireless Keyboard Review

Just got a nice wireless Microsoft All-IN-One keyboard for my Macbook Pro. Soft to the touch, and comes with a built in trackpad. You'll need to remember the Windows key substitutes as the Control key on the Mac. Key response is great and the touchpad ain't too bad either with the only drawback being it's positioning, as my fingers often hit it sending unintentional selection messages to my Mac. It's apparently spill resistant, which I don't intend to experiment with.

  • from Mississauga, ON


Its great product ! Enjoying lot

  • from Laval, QC

MS Keyboard

Came as advertised. Simple and easy to use. Plug and play

  • from Vancouver, BC

most handy thing you'd ever use!!

The keyboard size in overall is very neat. The first feeling for me was how gentle I could press each button. It would be nicer if the design has a small stand.

  • from Toronto, ON

Worth the price

I bought it on sale. It really works well in my Mac Book. Not too fancy but the quality is really good. Highly recommended.

  • from Vancouver, BC

Good buy when it is on sale

This keyboard replaces my current keyboard/mouse combo that connects to my media PC and it works really well. It just plug-n-play and no driver required for Windows 8.1. The touchpad is pretty good but can't compare to the touchpad on Macbook though. Overall it is good and I would recommend this keyboard for the media PC.

  • from Brampton, ON

Media Keyboard

I use the keyboard on my Smart TV as a replacement to the remote control. The wireless keyboard works fine. It is a small keyboard that does not take up a lot of space. The touch pad is the key part as it gives you the ability to move about the screen freely, as opposed to using the up/down buttons.

  • from Belle River,ON

check the batteries before leave the store

everything works good once i figured out both the batteries were dead. not worth my drive to go replace it for new batteries. kind a piss off. they take AAA's if you are wondering

  • from Victoria, BC

Perfect for PC to TV applications.

I use this keyboard to access my notebook with HDMI to the TV for watching video on my network storage device. It's perfect. The track pad works very well and the left mouse click key included on the left side of the keyboard is perfect - it makes it simple to hold the keyboard with both hands while using the right thumb for the track pad and the left thumb as a mouse click.

  • from Calgary, AB

Media center keyboard

Does what I was hoping it would connected to a media player. instant plug and play.

  • from Toronto, ON

Microsoft All-In-One Wireless Media Keyboard

This is amazing computer and media keyboard!!!Android,PC,Apple with all of them and it's ergonomic and spill resistant.

  • from Toronto, ON

Performance good, easy to use.

Overall better than Logitech K400 IMO.

  • from Stony Plain, AB

It works good, but overpriced

I bought 2 of these on sale. One of them was defective, it had buttons that didnt work. Best Buy exchanged it. The keyboard works as advertised and I would recommend it. If the normal price was lower and if I wouldnt have gotten a defective one my rating would be higher.

  • from Saint-jérôme, QC

Dont forgot to chut off the switch

You will pay batteries several times in this super cheap discount for good performances.

  • from montreal


I love it. use it everyday

  • from Ottawa, ON

Fn + F key to work? Really?

a Function key on the right side need to be press to access the F keys.. Did return it. :(

  • from Mississauga, ON

Perfect Multi-Media PC Remote

Nice and thin keyboard with integrated trackpad for streaming content from your couch. Would not recomend as desktop keyboard replacement but as a MMPC remote or as an input and navigation device when operating a computer connected to a projector or otherwise out of reach it really is a great little package, small enough to be stored in a cabinet, armchair pocket or even just left on a coffee table it take up very little room. Only complaint I have with this thing is if your old school page navigation like me (uses pgUP/PgDn as well as home/end) this may force you to use the cursor more as insert, home and end keys are all absent while PgUp/PgDn are on Fn+F11 and Fn+F12.

  • from richmon hill, ON


I used it with my desktop which is perhaps a mistake. don't like the tactile keyboard feedback. would not turn on the pc from "sleep," but my wireless mouse does. touch pad is a boom for scrolling documents. always have to be careful not to brush the touch pad with the side of my right hand. it makes everything haywire! not sure now that the half price offer is such a good deal!

  • from Montréal, QC

Great for Price

Works fine with Mac Pro. Trackpad is very slow but I am used to Mac trackpad, so I guess thats why it feels very slow. good for the price I got it at though!

  • from Winnipeg, MB

Great wireless keyboard in the market

PROS: The Microsoft all-in-one media keyboard is one of the best wireless keyboard available in the market today. The design is very efficient and the keys are nice to the touch. The edges are round and very comfortable to the hand. It is very responsive and does not loose the connection. The on/off switch on the side provides more energy saving when the keyboard is not in use. The touch pad has gestures that makes things more convenient. The shortcut keys really helps a lot in daily activities with the computer and are customizable. The dongle has a storage area in the keyboard when traveling. Cons: the keys are not backlit - maybe to conserve more power. There is no printscreen button. Overall, with the sale price I got the Microsoft all-in-one media keyboard, I am very satisfied with the product. It took care off all my needs when watching a movie, and even playing an online game while just staying on the couch.

  • from Winnipeg, MB

Great keyboard, so-so trackpad

I'm using this keyboard/trackpad for my MacBook Pro and my Asus notebook. It comes in handy when either computer is hooked up to the TV. You can sit comfortably with your family and browse photos/videos with the all-in-one in your lap, or PC game in the living room with the all-in-one and a wireless mouse on a small table. With the MacBook... So far I like it better than Apple's wireless keyboard. The rubber feet prevent it from sliding on the desk whereas Apple's would always shift around after use. There's an off switch to completely shut the keyboard off. I've also had problems with Apple's blu-tooth connectivity in the past. It seldom happened but when it did it was frustrating. USB receivers have always been more reliable. Under keyboard settings I've swapped the Windows and Alt buttons so that they match Apple's alt and command buttons. The volume and mute buttons work, as do the PgUp and PgDn buttons. The left-click mouse button in the top left corner is handy for moving windows or files or selecting text. The rest of the function buttons don't work, nor do the browser, media player or file explorer buttons. Not a big deal for MacBook users because they still have the built-in keyboard for function buttons. iMac users would find it frustrating to quickly change screen brightness. Lastly, the trackpad is junk compared to Apple's. It's neither smooth nor responsive. Two-finger scrolling is choppy and directionally opposite of Apple (swipe up to scroll up). Direction can be changed under mouse settings but that changes the MacBook's swipe direction. With the Asus... The trackpad is slightly smoother but still not too responsive. Scrolling is, to my surprise, directionally opposite to my Asus trackpad (swipe up to scroll down like on an Apple device). The trackpad also seemed more accurate then on my Asus. There was less lag. I downloaded the driver for Windows and I like the functionality of the browser and file explorer buttons. It's a nice quick way to open Chrome or open a file window. This keyboard works better for PC. Overall, I like it. It's comfortable. The design is simple. The magnetic receiver storage is clever. The trackpad isn't the best. It's okay for the living room but you'll want a mouse for desk-use. Backlit keys would've been ideal for this keyboard's intended use as a media keyboard. It would also be nice if Microsoft allowed multiple devices to use a single USB receiver like Logitech does. For the price, I recommend this product to any MacBook or PC notebook user who sits at a desk or frequently connects their notebook to a TV. 3.5 stars.

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