|Item model number||ACI-2323-01|
|Operating System||Windows xp, Windows vista, Windows 2000|
|Item Weight||15.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||17.39 x 5.01 x 1.06 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.39 x 5.01 x 1.06 inches|
|Date First Available||December 2, 2019|
AmazonBasics Matte Black Wired Keyboard - US Layout (QWERTY)
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- Low-profile Keys Provide a Quiet, Comfortable Typing Experience
- Hotkeys Enable Easy Access for Media, My Computer, Mute, Volume down, Volume up, and Calculator; 4 Function Keys Control Previous Track, Stop, Play/pause, next Track on Your Media Player
- Simple Wired USB Connection; Works with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10
- Ships in Certified Frustration-free Packaging; Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-Year Standard Limited Warranty
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AmazonBasics Matte Black Wired Keyboard
Form meets function
This long, slim keyboard features comfortably spaced keys and one-touch access to frequently used functions.
Slimmer than most, this attractive, shiny black keyboard is modern and stylish. The well-spaced, low-profile keys allow quick and accurate movement, as well as making it easier to clean than most standard keyboards. Keys are quiet, quick, and responsive.
- Long, slim, and stylish design
- Just plug in the USB cable, and you’re ready to go
- One-touch keys for music, video control, My Computer, calculator, volume control, and more
- Dimensions: 18 x 5.5 inches (LxW)
At your fingertips
Frequently used functions are just one touch away. Access volume controls, mute, calculator, music, My Computer, video controls, and more. Full-number keypad makes basic calculations a breeze.
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|Item Dimensions||17.39 x 5.01 x 1.06 inches||17.39 x 5.01 x 0.96 inches||13.95 x 5.50 x 0.93 inches||17.44 x 5.91 x 0.98 inches|
|Item Weight||0.98 lbs||1.11 lbs||0.86 lbs||—|
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and so slows down my keying time tremendously. I'm getting something else to replace this one but will keep this one as a backup when the new one goes down! I truly wish it was better as it would easily be the keyboard I'd use all the time! I do go through keyboards pretty fast - about 1 or 2 a year due to constant use and used several hours everyday of the week Sun-Sun!!
Anyways, here's what I like about this keyboard:
- It's a well-made keyboard. The keys don't cause "pain" in my hands or joints, as they are soft to the touch.
- The keyboard has a soft, sandy-like texture applied to them, so you fingers don't slip or slide on the keys.
- They provide the traditional, index finger "bumps", so your hands can easily find the "F" and "J" keys.
- It comes with a numeric keypad. (I used to think the numeric keypad was a waste of space -- until I made the mistake of buying a keyboard that didn't include it. Uh, yeah, I won't make that mistake again...)
- It uses a traditional USB 3 port (not the USB type-c edition).
What you might want to know:
- The keyboard isn't as quiet (or silent) as some of them out there. It's not bad, but you'll definitely hear the clicking of the keys as you press them.
- The keyboard doesn't come with feet to elevate the angle of the keyboard. The angle is preset.
Overall, I love this keyboard!
The most expensive gaming keyboard came with all kinds of bells and whistles, from programmable flashing lights to programmable keys for running macros. Unfortunately the software needed to run that keyboard locked up so badly after three days of use, that I couldn't get it unfrozen, making all those expensive extras totally useless. The cheapest low end keyboard stuttered with a noticeable lag bad enough to get any gamer killed in a boss fight. This keyboard is just right for my use. It has a solid, durable feel that does not at all feel cheap or flimsy. There is a muted sound when hitting the keys, enough to let you know that you really are typing but not enough to be distracting. It also stays in place while typing with no slipping or sliding. The cord is long enough that the keyboard doesn't feel tethered on a short leash. It really is plug and play, with no extra software needed to run the thing. And there is no stuttering or discernible lag at all.
The Amazon Basics brand seems to be developing a solid line of products, from clothing to computer gear, that is well made, durable, and affordably priced. This keyboard fits well in the Amazon Basics family and I very much give it 5 stars.
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The key action is very positive, no false keys or missed keys. It does take a bit of energy to get each key started down, which I think is a good thing, but it doesn't feel laborious or stiff to work with. Once the keytop is moving it collapses right to the bottom very easily. The feel is reminiscent of the early "clickeyboards" from IBM... thankfully without the click noises. In fact this is a very quiet keyboard.
The keyboard is standard sized, not 3/4 like most "chicklet" boards which makes it a very easy adjustment from other keyboards. It only took me about 3 or 4 minutes to feel completely at home with this one. The keytops are a bit smaller than other flat top keys. At first I thought this might be a problem but it's actually helped me avoid miskeys because it's unlikely you will land right in the middle of two keys without noticing.
The keytops on this board are not true chicklet keys that use scissor stabilizers. They are "Chicklet Style" keytops but they work smooth and even and don't bind, even if you hit the very corner of the key, like a lot of low profile boards will.
Although there are some charms you access with the Fn key, the board is not littered with them and they are in places that don't waste your time looking for them. I also liked the grouped function keys... nice touch.
The key markings are a good size and clear white for easy visibility although the blue colour for the charms can be a bit hard to see in less than bright lighting.
Out of the box...
Like most modern all plastic boards this one didn't sit flat right away. I used just a bit of gentle twisting on the ends to fix that and now it sits perfectly on my desk. The front centre rubber foot on mine doesn't touch the table top but a little square of black vinyl tape solved that problem very easily. It is likely that through use the centre leg would eventually sit properly, but I'm impatient.
The keyboard angle is fixed. No little flip out legs underneath, but I think they pretty much got the angle right from the beginning, it's very comfortable for me.
Unlike it's predecessor this keyboard has no cable length issue. It should easily reach over the back of your table to a floor standing tower, which the old one didn't.
One minor issue...
I must advise you to move that giant slurpee around the board, not above it. The construction of the top plate is not like standard pyramid keys, there are no water catches and no drain holes. So be smart and don't drown it in sticky syrup or boiling hot coffee, unless you have a spare.
I like this keyboard...
I can easily recommend it to anyone.