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Insten® Foldable Portable Roll-Up USB 2.0 Keyboard Keypad

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Product Description

HDE Foldable Portable Roll-Up USB 2.0 Keyboard Keypad

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.4 x 3.6 x 3.6 inches
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces
Manufacturer eForCity
ASIN B001GC9C9Q
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Item model number G29
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3.1 out of 5 stars 285 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,777 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
Date first available at Amazon.com May 10, 2004

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...But then I receive this all white box in the mail. I'm normally thankful with what I have, but when I actually plugged this thing in, typing is impossible. I'll use it below. Please note i'm typing normally.

"ths is wg the keyboard does when i type. Yeah, it works sometimes, but good uvk in a chatroom or for an essay. just buy a nw keyboard that isn't foldable. You'll be glad you did."
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By Tommy on December 19, 2010
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On seeing this keyboard, my first thought was "Awesome! I can get this and take it with me for use with my Tablet PC during class and such"

WRONG

I buy this, and it comes in the mail, and I plug it in. Now I'm not expecting anything extraordinary, just basic functionality so that I can type quick things in class if I need to. I'm not expecting speed or anything, so I'm patient with it. Typing takes extra pressure with each keystroke, and the keystrokes have to be almost perfectly vertical to register. Ok, no big deal I can do that. But then I notice that about 2 keys don't work. AT ALL. No matter how hard I hit them. Ehh I can live without one of the Shift keys and the plus sign, so I keep it. Well, I continue using it, and pretty soon (about 2 weeks of use in class) about half the keys don't work. HALF. DON'T. WORK. I bought myself Logitech Notebook Kit MK605 Keyboard, Mouse, and Laptop Stand instead. The keyboard is actually smaller than this rubber one, and it works like a charm. Plus it came with a mouse and stand (Granted it's quite a bit more expensive, but I figure you get what you pay for at this point)
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this keyboard is very conventient and inexpensive.. but if you are a fast typer it is not for you. i pressed each key quickly like i normally type... but it only registered some of the letters. if you like to type slowly with just your index fingers it works fine.
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I purchased this keyboard because I needed something extremely portable I could use on the relatively rare occasions that I work on a server without just remoting in. It is extremely portable and probably reasonably durable (or at least cheap enough to be semi-disposable.)

The primary problem is the keyboard lacks both home and end keys. Given how frequently I use these keys, and particularly because typing speed on this device is much slower than a standard keyboard, it makies using it extremely painful. The worst part is that there are a number of keys which they've doubled or quadrupled up on which could, instead, have been used to provide home and end. I really hadn't expected the device to have fewer keys than the typical laptop keyboard. If you're doing tasks which require frequent use of home and end (copying lines of text for configuration, editing shell scripts, etc.) I would suggest finding a slightly larger foldable keyboard which at least has a complete laptop keyset on it. I consider this a boneheaded enough decision to warrant knocking the device down to two (since I need to go buy a different one.) Otherwise it would have been a four.
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Bought this keyboard out of impulse! Reminded me of one of those keyboards you see in a hacker movie 0o.. Ship speed was normal, it is very portable and useful! I'm a computer tech and its saves me from having to pull out a full sized keyboard while working on friends and families PC's brought over to my house. Product functions well 5/5.
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Except for not having a number pad, I enjoy how quiet and clean this keyboard is. I don't have to worry about dust like I did with other keyboards. It is comfortable to use.
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Pro's:
It's light weight,
cheap
flexible
good quality rubber that does not smell, and looks easy to keep clean
water tight on the keys (you can't submerge it in water, but you could throw several cups of coffee (or other drink)over it without the keyboard breaking down)

Cons:
It's a very difficult to type keyboard. Many key's don't respond well. you need to hit the key in exactly the center, hitting the side will not type the character.
Multiple errors when writing, is more difficult than using a cellphone keypad.
It does not have a feedback (it's hard to know when the computer registers a key, and because you have to type very precise you'll need your eyes focused on the keyboard almost all the time).
For that purpose, it is best to install a windows clickkey program, to give you some form of response. (google for "download windows click key sound", I use a program grc freeware click key, only 45kB in size, and a great help for this largely unresponsive keyboard).

there's what looks like a large button to the left, saying 'caps lock', but I think that must be a mistake as that compartment only has cable and perhaps some electronics under it, it does not function as a key.
this compartment I believe when bent too hard, one could break the printing board under it, and destroy the keyboard.

when rolling up the keyboard, or slightly bending it, many keys get involuntarily pressed. when bending the left bottom down, the 'enter' key gets activated.

The SHIFT buttons are split in two, and so is the enter

There is a 'wake up' button located where the windows key should be, and on the right where the right mouse click should be.
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