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Scorpius P20 Receiver

I plugged the receiver into my computer and my computer didn't even locate it.

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  • jmurraytoo Feb 22, 2009

    My Scorpius-P20 needs re-synched every time I start my computer. A real pain. The manufacturer will not reply to my emails. DO NOT buy this keyboard. While it functions great, the re-synch is ridiculous.

  • tobbe2008 May 25, 2009

    Have not been able to connect the keyboard even once.

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