How do I pair the MK MAC BT Keyboard with my Mac?

  1. Make sure the keyboard is powered on. The power switch is located on the bottom side of the keyboard.
  2. Put the keyboard in Pairing Mode by holding down the "Connect" button on the bottom side of the keyboard. Once the LED starts flashing, release the button.
  3. On your Mac, navigate to "System Preferences" and select "Keyboard". Next, click on "Set Up Bluetooth Keyboard".
  4. Once the setup wizard finds "Azio MK Mac Keyboard", click on "Continue".
  5. Your screen will now display a 8-digit code. Enter the 8-digit passcode on the keyboard and press Return.
  6. The keyboard is now paired and ready for use.

Where can I find the Transceiver for Keyboard/Mouse Combo?

The Transceiver is stored inside the mouse battery compartment.

Can the buttons be reassigned?

The buttons on this mouse cannot be reassigned and will only utilize their default assignments.

Why is my keyboard's media keys not working?

If the media keys on the keyboard aren't working properly, please use Window's Search tool to look for and open "Services.msc." Scroll through and open "Human Interface Device Access." Make sure the Startup Type is set to "Automatic" and below press the Start and Stop buttons to stop and restart the service. After you have done this, hit APPLY and OK.

Where can I find the Transceiver for Keyboard/Mouse Combo?

The Transceiver is stored inside the mouse battery compartment.

Can the buttons be reassigned?

The buttons on this mouse cannot be reassigned and will only utilize their default assignments.

Why is my keyboard's media keys not working?

If the media keys on the keyboard aren't working properly, please use Window's Search tool to look for and open "Services.msc." Scroll through and open "Human Interface Device Access." Make sure the Startup Type is set to "Automatic" and below press the Start and Stop buttons to stop and restart the service. After you have done this, hit APPLY and OK.

What do these key abbreviations mean?

Due to the Large font, some keys had to be abbreviated. Here is a brief explanation of each key:

  • Ins (Insert): This key enables you to overwrite or insert text to the right of the cursor.
  • Del (Delete): This key will delete text to the right of the cursor.
  • Hm (Home): This key will move the cursor to beginning of the current line of text.
  • End (End): This key will move the cursor to the end of the current line of text.
  • PU (Page Up): This key will scroll your current window up one page.
  • PD (Page Down): This key will move your current window down one page.
  • PS (Print Screen): This key will take a snap shot of your screen and copy it to the clipboard. You can then paste the screen shot into another program for viewing or editing.
  • SL (Scroll Lock): This key was used to change the scrolling behavior for certain programs, however not many programs utilize this feature.
  • PB (Pause/Break): This key can be used to pause certain programs.
  • NL (Number Lock): This key will switch the number pad to be used as a directional pad, with 8, 2, 4, and 5, being Up, Down, Left, Right, respectively.

How do I turn off the backlight?

Hold the LED Illumination button for a few seconds and the lighting will turn off. To turn the backlight back on, push the button again.

How do I change the backlight color?

Located above the number pad, there is a button labeled LED Illumination. Press this button to toggle between the different colors.

Why does the backlight remain on after shutdown?

The keyboard or mouse will remain lit if your motherboard supplies power to the USB ports while the computer is turned off. If you go into your computer's BIOS mode, you may be able to disable this feature. Please check your motherboard's manual for more information on disabling this feature.

How do I change the hotkey defaults?

The shortcut keys will launch your computer's default programs. To change these, please use Windows Search tool and find "Default Programs." Select "Set program access and computer defaults." Click the Custom button to expand this section and change your computer's default programs.

How do I change the backlight color for the PRISM keyboard?

Located above the HOME key, there is a button with a lightbulb icon. Press this button to toggle between different colors.

How do I turn on Scroll Lock for the PRISM Keyboard?

The PRISM keyboard does not have a dedicated Scroll Lock key. If you need to access this function, please use Windows On Screen Keyboard.

How do I pair this Bluetooth keyboard?

Please turn on the keyboard and push the Connection button. A blue light should flash, indicating the keyboard is in pairing mode. On the device you are connecting to, please have the device search for nearby Bluetooth devices. The keyboard should be listed in the results as "Bluetooth Keyboard 3.0". Please select this option and follow the on-screen instructions. Your device may generate a PIN or Code that needs to be entered into the Bluetooth keyboard. Type this multi digit number into the keyboard followed by the return key. The devices should connect, completing the pairing process.

Why can't I access BIOS with my Bluetooth keyboard?

Most motherboards do not have native Bluetooth driver support. This makes the Bluetooth Keyboard nonfunctional until Windows loads the Bluetooth driver. Wireless keyboards that can access BIOS are those using RF technology.

Can I use the KC310 with other tablets?

This keyboard case is designed specifically for the first generation iPad Air.

How do I manually pair the HUE keyboard and mouse to the USB Transceiver?

Keyboard:

  1. Unplug the USB Transceiver.
  2. On the keyboard, press and hold L.SHIFT and ESC. The Blue LEDs should start flashing.
  3. Insert the USB Transceiver into the computer.

Mouse:

  1. Unplug the USB Transceiver.
  2. Press and hold the Left, Right, and Middle Scroll buttons down, the sensor on the bottom should start flashing.
  3. Insert the USB Transceiver and the devices should reconnect.

Note: If the process for the mouse or keyboard does not work immediately after the 1st attempt, please try going through the process again or try switching the USB Transceiver to an alternate USB port.