Azend Group W-9868BL USB Backlit Blue LED Multimedia Keyboard (Piano Black)
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- Blue Electro-Luminescent lighting panel that illuminates the translucent keyboard keys
- Simple green LED's for the Lock indicators (Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Caps Lock)
- On & Off Luminescence power switch
- Key lifespan: > 5,000,000 times
- Dimensions - Length 5.9 x Width 15.3 x Height 1.1 inch
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- Brand Name: Azend Company
- Model Number: W-9868BL
- Connectivity Technology: usb
- Color: Black
- Form Factor: Integrated Backlighting
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|Connectivity Technology||usb||Wired||usb||Information not provided|
|Model Year||2012||2012||Information not provided||2013|
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|Item Weight||1.1 pounds||2.2 pounds||1.35 pounds||2.5 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
My only big complaint is the backspace key - it is a single key size rather than the double-width size that is standard on most keyboards, and it is placed right next to the "home" key...if you are a less than perfect typist like me and use the backspace key a lot, it is aggravating because you will find yourself hitting that home key all the time. That will send the cursor back to the beginning of the line you are on, requiring you to stop and use the "end" key (or worse, repeatedly hit the right arrow key) to get back to where you were. With practice, hopefully this will get better.
All in all, though, I am really pleased with the keyboard despite the minor complaints. I thought the price to benefit ratio was excellent and even if the keys wear off in a couple of years, it is cheap enough to just buy another.
The keys light up nicely, they are very easy to read day or night. The problem is I have to leave the keyboard light on even during the day. It is extremely difficult to see the keys with the key lights off even in the daylight unless I have another light source on the keyboard. The letters are an off white with the light off. Buy the way the light on/off switch is the Scroll key, took me a while to figure that one out.
The more expensive keyboards have laser etched letters and numbers that never wear off. These keys are not laser etched and consequently will probably wear off with time. My last keyboard had similar keys and some partially wore off in under 2 years, and I don't type that much.
This is a very nice smaller illuminated keyboard for the price, if you can get by with the features or lack of features this keyboard has it's a good buy.
PS; I don't know where there dimensions came from on there description, but they are definitely wrong. It' 6 1/2 inch by 16 inches long exactly.
Once I started typing within 10 minutes I noticed the biggest problem I have with this keyboard: the damn backspace key is so small. I can not tell you how many times this has messed up. It is the size of a regular letter key and not even placed on the end like regular backspace keys. This has caused me so much frustration. Think of how many times you press that key! Normal keyboards have a larger key 2-3 times larger and placed on the end of the top row of keys. No idea why they kept it in this position but I hate this keyboard for it.
Second problem is quality. My left shift key stopped working within 3 months of buying it. It will only work if I slam it down with full force. I did not send it back because I figured it was from my own error, such as spilled crumbs, drink or other error but I will point out that my standard Dell keyboard lasted through years of the same abuse.
Just typing this review I have had to go back at least 5 times because of the damn backspace key. I hate this keyboard.
Avoid this bad keyboard.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was as advertised but lacked any real instructions as to how to set up the home keys, etc.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
i like my keyboard. would recommend you keep the keys maintained as they can get sticky pretty easily.Published 18 days ago by Peter yang
The backlight is nice, the construction was as good as any, but the design left the keys a bit too crunched together, particularly on the right, where the backspace, delete, page... Read morePublished 23 days ago by David Woll
The backspace key is tiny. Also the volume buttons are reversed. SO frustrating. Between those two I find it very difficult to stay productive with this keyboard.Published 3 months ago by Apollo
We used these keyboards at work. They're reliable, quiet but have good keystroke "feel", and just the right amount of illumination of the keys. Read morePublished 4 months ago by AV Guy
this keyboard is okay,some keys are stiff,and i dont recommend it if your going to type alot even when typing this some keys feel stiff,but since i just game with its okay i... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some of the keys stick which causes you to miss a letter and then you have to go back to enter it by hitting the key hard.Published 5 months ago by Marlon Torres
one of the worst keyboards I've ever used. Keys are very hard to press and make typing at a moderate speed impossible.Published 5 months ago by Victor Rosales