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Not an "Every Day Driver!" keyboard.
on January 8, 2018
p/n 820-004987 There are eleven add-on function keys, the standard 12 function keys, and an additional 5 wordprocessing keys, however, there are no lighted indicators for caps or num locks on the keyboard (which came with no instructions for use). In this age of technology with passwords being case specific, that is inconvenient, at best. The "two heights" are both insufficient working angles. The entire profile is too low for comfortable working space. When I did find the instructions to download, the corresponding key definitions were quite confusing. (ex, Def. Key #12 is the F5 key, Key #13 is the F6 key, etc. ). I just don't like it. The mouse that comes with this keyboard, the M215, has a button on the underside that houses the USB and the battery. Getting this hatch to open comfortably is problematic. I've been keyboarding since CRTs, have participated in beta keyboard trials for both laptops and PC keyboards, wireless and wired, and giving this wireless keyboard two stars is generous. It's not going to stand up to the 8-10 hour work day. Its great for a home computer that is not used heavily or for a beginner or novice wireless user.