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Using wmc ir keyboard with tablet pc

I have a acer tablet notebook and was wondering if there where drivers available to use my wmc ir keyboard through my acer built in ir port on the tablet pc operating system?

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Re: using wmc ir keyboard with tablet pc

Acer's IR ports works only for Remote control and certain compitable devices only. its not open port for all devices. It cant be used for other pheripherals as far as i know! If its bluetooth then it can work surely.

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