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Gear Head 89-Key Mini USB Windows Keyboard
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- 89-Key Windows Keyboard features 89-Key design,
- Quiet-Type Key Technology
- Metal Base.
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- Brand Name: Gear Head
- Model Number: KB1500U
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Keyboard Description: QWERTY
- Color: Silver
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The one issue I have with the keyboard is that the Fn key and the Ctrl key are reversed from my Sony Vaio and so this tends to confuse me every now and then so I knocked off one star. But for the price, I am happy.
Pretty solid little keyboard. It's a normal size keyboard without the numpad and arrow keys.
The build quality is absolutely astounding for the price of the keyboard. It is very sturdy and the keys are feel very solid. The keys are relatively quiet but not entirely silent, and they are a little shorter than normal desktop keys. I'm currently using this keyboard in place of a laptop keyboard since HP makes absolutely terrible keyboards (at least for the model of laptop that I purchased). Attached are some pictures since the original few left me wanting more... there's a surprising amount of screws on the back and there are in fact little feet to hold the keyboard up at an angle. They also seem rather sturdy.
This keyboard does have some flaws which is the placement of the keys. It's not significant enough for me to take off a star or to complain about it, but it could be an issue for others. For example, the unm key is positioned next to the num key, and for some reason there is an additional \ + | key (the one usually under the backspace and to the right of the } key) between the num lock and space bar. Also, there is a function key in the bottom left of the keyboard instead of a control button, which can get annoying at times if you're used to-Ctrl+T-ing through tabs or something similar. Did I mention that the backspace is small and square?Read more ›
The best part is that it takes up so little room on my desk, and it looks rather neat.
The only inconvenience is that the CTRL key isn't exactly where I'm used to having it, so there's a learning curve--and I'm on it.
I'm disappointed. I hate playing the "return until you get a working one" game...so I'm going to pay a few more bucks and try a different keyboard. It's a shame though...because the size makes it a perfect media center keyboard.
DURABLE: The back is a solid and thick plate of steel, not plastic. It's held together with FIFTY screws. I've owned three of these keyboards over the past decade (they were PS2 actually), I've used them as my primary keyboard for all my extensive typing, and I'm only just now ordering new ones because a cat chewed through the cord, and it's cheap enough to just buy a replacement. The one I'm throwing out had highly polished keys from YEARS of use, and several key labels entirely worn off, but it was still working great.
ERGONOMIC: The small size (no num-pad) means it's a much shorter distance to reach the mouse... something you do constantly. That smaller distance makes a huge speed-up and relief on your shoulder. I bought it because it was the only keyboard I could find at the time with 0.5" height all the way across. That's just the right height for palms wresting on the table, and fingers arched out over the keyboard. With an incline, you have to constrict your fingers much more, and the added stress adds-up... This is why "ergonomic" keyboards are sometimes ergonomically much worse than the cheapest keyboards (these were $25 when I bought them, not the cheapest back then!) The keyboard is closer to silent than anything else I've used...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i like these shorter keyboards - they are shorter than a standard keyboard but they leave the remaining specific keys located mostly where they are located on a longer keyboard -... Read morePublished 8 days ago by gsholcomb
This is a cool mini keyboard......I reccomend it to everyone!
Some people have th tendency to hit the keys very hard when they type........ Read more
Works great, is just the right size to give me more space on my deskPublished 12 days ago by Carol Motsinger
The cable isn't detachable but other than that it's nice and compact which is wanted since it's for the EFI PC in my 87' Camaro.Published 18 days ago by golgothapro
It's light and compact; I carried it on Frontier and could easily squeeze this with my laptop. The cable and keyboard have withstood some punishment (scratches, tugs on wire etc. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kok Swee
When I received this keyboard, the first bad sign was that it was very wobbly. I had to use pliers to rip out the little plastic stands at corners, which was the only way to make... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Mister
The keys have a nice touch/feel to them. The overall size is perfect: not too small.Published 1 month ago by J. R. Serna