78-Key USB Slim Keyboard (Silver)
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- LK-6608 78-Key USB Keyboard General Features: Silver Color Silver Letters on White Keys
- 78-key layout Slim design USB interface Comfortable, ergonomic layout Spill-resistant design
- Tilted design keeps you comfortable as you type Easy to transport Indicator LEDs: Num Lock
- Caps Lock Scroll Lock Unit Dimensions: 0.60 x 11.10 x 4.75-inches (H x W x D, approximate)
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Upgrade your system with this stylish 78-Key USB Slim Keyboard!The LK-6608 is a keyboard designed with portability and style in mind. Featuring a sharp silver design, this keyboard has silver letters on white keys. With a height of just over half an inch, it's easy to transport too!The LK-6608 also features 78-keys. All the essential keys are included, and there are even Indicator LEDs for Num Lock, Scroll Lock and Caps Lock. Plus, with the USB interface, all you need is an available USB port and you'll be up and typing in no time!Order your LK-6608 78-Key USB Slim Keyboard today!
Top Customer Reviews
There are many of these keyboards advertised on Amazon that use the same photograph, but apparently they are not identical. I bought this one when I saw that it was a buck cheaper than another I bought, from a different seller. But the mode lights (caps lock, etc) on this one are green (I like the blue lights on that other one), it has a textured back (the keyboard I like more is smooth on the back), and the overall shape was visibly warped... like its plastic were left out to dry, while sitting centered on a post (yeah.. the other one looks straight as an arrow).
NOTE FOR MAC USERS: the Control (Ctrl), Function (Fn), Windows and Alt keys on this keyboard don't map out in the order like they would on a mac keyboard (fn, control, alt/option, command). This is going to be a problem on any keyboard with a PC layout, though. If you use these keys for shortcuts and to navigate around word processors, download free software like KeyRemap4Mac to remap the keys correctly and add functionality for volume, brightness, etc. in the F-row keys. I couldn't get the "Fn" key to remap though (stuck on the letter "a").
The keys <HOME><END><PGUP><PGDWN> keys require holding the FN key. Interestingly, this does not work under Windows. But it does work on a Mac. Some other slim keyboards have those four keys dedicated and conveniently located along the right side of the keyboard, which is a lot easier to use.