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K11 USB Keyboard - Black
Are you looking for a good, inexpensive, yet stylish USB keyboard for your PC? Look no further than this K11 USB Keyboard from Monoprice!
This full-sized, membrane-type keyboard features a built-in wrist-rest to help reduce the chance of carpal tunnel issues. The attached USB cable is 57" long and mounts in the center of the keyboard, making it suitable for PC installations on either side of the desk. Blue LEDs at the top of the keyboard indicate the status of the NUM, SCROLL, and CAPS locks.
This keyboard features a pair of "Windows" keys, but is also compatible with any USB equipped Mac® or Linux PC.
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PROS: The keyboard is slick and black design. It's very sturdy and there's seems to be no problems with the keys. It'd a nice keyboard if you need a fast replacement and has a good deal too.
CONS: My only problem with this keyboard is that maybe the keys are a bit too sturdy, but it seems to be running down after a while. I hear this spring also from the space bar, maybe because it's new
CONS: Very stiff action on the keyboard. Clunky response. Stops working occasionally, particularly the zero key on the 10-key pad. Wouldn't buy again.
PROS: All keys work, feels well built, attractive, cheap, works in windows 10 tech preview.
CONS: I'm sure some major gamer could tell you everything that is wrong with it.
One word of warning: This is an ISO layout, rather than an ANSI layout. ANSI is more common in the US, while ISO is common in Europe/Japan. (You can see the wikipedia page on "keyboard layout" for more information).
The thing to be aware of is the position of the enter/return key. On most US keyboards, it's horizontal, next to the quote key. On this keyboard, it's vertical, with an extra key squeezed in. You can easily get used to this layout, unless you change keyboards often. In that case I would recommend making sure all your keyboard match, particularly in the position of the enter key.
PROS: Good functional keyboard at a good price
PROS: Good price
Buttons have good resistance, feel
CONS: ENTER BUTTON IS TOO SMALL, TOO FAR AWAY
PROS: I bought this keyboard primarily because it had large enter key. It has a touch that pleases me along with a fine layout.
PROS: Very well designed. Has options for a fan. Key lockable. I don't need the fan or the keylock for my application however, my favorite feature is the in use light. When you have three of these trays and you want to know instantly which one is being accessed, the LED turns from Blue to Pink to show it is doing it's thing.
PROS: Works exactly like a keyboard
PROS: buttons/keys appearances
PROS: Not expecting much for a 9 buck keyboard but it's exceeded my expectations, the keys feel good to type on and I like it.
CONS: The wrist rest is too short to be of any use to an adult, you'll need to get your own. The perplexing European style Enter key that other reviewers have mentioned takes a little while to get used to but it doesn't bug me.