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HP USB Mini Keyboard

by HP
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  • User-selectable, zero-degree slope for potential wrist-posture improvement and associated usage comfort
  • 6 multimedia keys for quick access to mail, web browser, search, and volume functions
  • Provides optimal tactile characteristics for heavy keyboard users
  • Key-mechanism lifecycle rated to 20 million keystrokes, making it suitable for long service life and heavy duty usage
  • Incorporates a spill drain feature to minimize damage from accidental fluid spill
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.6 x 8 x 2.5 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0025ZSBNG
  • Item model number: AS601AA#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)

Product Description

HP USB Mini KeyboardHP USB Mini Keyboard U.S. -English localization


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The HP keys have much less so I can type faster.
Thinman
Just what i was looking for to fit in the limited space for the keyboard/mouse sliding section of my desk, like a regular keyboard but without the numpad.
K. Chalamala
The keys have a nice response to them and are relatively quiet.
Litespeed

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Litespeed on May 10, 2011
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I've been searching for a full-size keyboard sans the numeric keypad and found the IBM SpaceSaver II which is a great keyboard in its own right, but IBM compromised by pushing the (Insert,Home, PgUp, Del, End, PgDn) set of keys down and got rid of the spacing above the inverted-T arrow keys. This makes it harder without the spacing to type without looking. Then I found an HP Modular keyboard which is very similar if not exactly like THIS keyboard I'm currently reviewing, but it came with a detachable/separate numeric keypad. They no longer make that modular keyboard and I thought my search was over, but some how I found this keyboard on Amazon and it is EXACTLY what I was looking for. A full-sized layout USB keyboard without the numeric keypad which I do not use. This results in a shorter keyboard length that allows room for my mouse on the right of the keyboard.

The keys have a nice response to them and are relatively quiet. There are a set of buttons at the top: homepage, search, & email keys that I'll probably never use along with a set of volume/mute control buttons as well. I highly recommend this product for users who do not use the number pad and would like a shorter keyboard which allows one to center the "home row" keys with your monitor with no compromises to the key layout.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By D. Tuck on January 9, 2012
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Searched and finally found the solution for needing a narrower keyboard. I needed one that does not compromise key layout and is from a reputable vendor. Many competitors appear to suffer from durability issues but not this one.

About Numlock...
Please note that since this keyboard has no numpad it has a set of 9 alpha keys in the middle of the home row that can function as one. It is possible to get into a mode where numlock is stuck on. Example: "U I O" become "7 8 9". It happened to me with my ASUS gaming laptop. Took an hour of tech support to figure out the easy solution.

SOLUTION: Press the following keys to toggle numlock off: SHIFT FN NUMLOCK
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rod K. Tanner on October 17, 2011
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I ordered perhaps a dozen keyboards without keypads for ergonomic reasons (in order to move my trackball closer to my keyboard). ALL of them, including those I ordered from ergonomic sources, were unacceptable. Most were apparently intended for multi-media use.

I find it odd I had such difficulty finding a full-size keyboard without keypad. An acquaintance who works at Facilities at Intel tells me the company is switching to non-keypad keyboards throughout the system for ergonomic reasons, but I didn't like the Microsoft keyboard they are installing. I finally stumbled onto this HP and found it to be exactly what I was looking for. Great feel and sound to the keys. Internet, find, Outlook, and volume control special keys. An Fn key which also facilitates the embedded keypad. All for one-third the price of some I tried. Honestly, I'd prefer if it was all-black, but I'm adjusting quite well.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bernie on October 28, 2012
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It's very difficult to find a tenkeyless keyboard that has full size Backspace and Spacebar keys that also isn't $70+. This fits the bill nicely. The keys are embossed, you can feel the lettering under your fingers. I'm not sure how long they'll last before fading. My only gripe is the stiffness of the keys. My old keyboard keys only needed about 40 grams to depress, this keyboard is closer to 60 grams. My fingers are started to feel a little tired as I'm typing this. But I'm sure I'll get use to it in time. Overall a good buy. If you're looking for a tenkeyless that won't break the bank you've found it with the HP USP Mini.

***Update***

Not even a full week after owning it and the home row keys including some of the vowels are starting to wear off. At this rate they won't be legible in a month. Very disappointing. I'm knocking off a couple stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. H. Lee on August 6, 2013
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I'm quality-conscious, so following all the hype, I bought the Cherry MX mechanical key switch (brown) based CM Storm Quickfire, which is one of the few other tenkeyless keyboards on the market. Within 6 months, one key stopped working properly. After ripping it apart to look (intentionally voiding warranty), I was shocked to find intricately shaped copper plates that are deformed on each key press, along with other mechanisms that slide on them. Seeing how it is designed, I simply do not believe it can be reliable and consider their (?) million key stroke MTBF claim to be fraudulent. The keys didn't feel that great anyway, compared to the classic IBM Model-M keys.

So searching for an alternative (tenkeyless), I ended up with this keyboard. I can't believe I'm saying this about a recent HP product, but thank HP they make this. Keys are nothing special, but I expect the tried and true rubber dome keys to be more reliable than Cherry MX key switches. They feel reasonably good, too, in my opinion.

Bernie mentioned key letterings wearing off. CM Storm didn't do any better. I think everyone should learn touch typing (for their own sanity) anyway. :P

In the end, if I could, I'd be using classic IBM Model-M SpaceSaver (tenkeyless), but since they're hard to find and my neighboring cubicle mates aren't deaf, this is as good as it'll likely get to letting me have my mouse closer.
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