|Item model number||AKB-132UB|
|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.4 x 1.3 x 7.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.35 x 1.26 x 7.4 inches|
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Adesso Multimedia Desktop 104-Key USB Keyboard for Windows One-Touch Controls (AKB-132UB)
|Price:||$13.43 & FREE Shipping|
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- Keyboard Layout: 104-Key US layout
- Key Type: Membrane Switches
- Indicators: Num Lock, Caps Lock & Scroll Lock
- Multimedia Hotkeys: 8 (Media Player, Volume Down, Volume Up, Mute, Play/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, Stop)
- Windows & Internet Hotkeys: 6 (My Computer, Search, Calculator, Mail, Home, Favorites)
- Life Cycle: 5 Million Keystrokes
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shipped all for about 12 bucks, this is unbeatable
I did as the instruction booklet suggested and plugged it into my PC while it was off and then started it up. Windows detected it immediately upon startup and started installing the driver without any issues.
One thing to note, the description says: "Available with either a USB or PS/2 connector". Just to be clear, you don't get both, or an adapter or anything, you only get one or the other, so pay attention to the title of the Amazon listing; this one is for USB. Anyway, perfectly good keyboard at a great price; I can't imagine why anyone would spend more, unless you need certain features for some reason. This was a great buy!
So I called my computer guy, who came by and noted that many of the current crop of USB keyboards are sensitive to where they are plugged in. He bypassed the hub altogether and plugged the keyboard into one of the open USB ports in the **back** of my CPU,.far from where I use the keyboard.. That meant that a USB extension cord.was required in order to make the connection.
At that point -- Success! But my computer guy's bill and the extension cord were sufficiently costly that any illusion of my getting an attractive price for the keyboard were vaporized. Incidentally, one of the reasons I chose this keyboard was that it needed no drivers, and was supposedly plug and play.
The keyboard is now working, and I am quickly learning the tactile elements of the board which obviously are more sensitive than the keyboard it replaces, where the letters on some of the keys had disappeared and some of the keys were barely working. So at this point, I would say I am satisfied albeit the early pains and added expense. The instructions might tell of the sensitivity to USB ports, which would help customers.
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Still using it for general transcription months and months later, though the keys are starting to wear thing as they always do. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David
Light, fully functional keyboard without the need for additional drivers in Windows or Linux.Published 9 months ago by A. C. Knox
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Works well with the JAWS screen reader.
For those that are blind, the keys are layed out in the following order from Left to right as far as the extra keys. Read more
Great value! Not the best, highest quality keyboard, but for $13.20 with smart keys/volume control it is a terrific value.Published 12 months ago by C. D. Kreps