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The HP Touchpad Keyboard, designed for use with WebOS devices, looks like a neat, well-made and relatively cheap Bluetooth keyboard that would work well with a Windows media PC, however I'm not sure if it would require a specific driver to work with Windows and if so, does such a thing exist?

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i'm typing this message from that very keyboard right now. Not all of the controls work by default, such as adjust brightness, but it works solidly enough.

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Yes it will. It is a bog standard Bluetooth keyboard using the HID profile.

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Thanks. Is this from first hand experience? – Lunatik Aug 16 '11 at 11:18
Not for this exact model, but, I have used others and just read the manual on their website / reviews. – William Hilsum Aug 16 '11 at 11:22

Download SetPoint from Logitech.

Go to

and click software downloads on the right to download the SetPoint software. SetPoint should get the proper drivers you need.

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Why would Logitech drivers help? Are they the OEM? Also, see William Hilsum's answer. – Lunatik Aug 16 '11 at 11:18
My apologies, for some reason I thought this was a logitech product. – Keltari Aug 16 '11 at 15:26

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