Mechanical Numeric Keypad,Jelly Comb USB Braid Cable Numpad 22-key Number Pad - Black
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- EASILY-POSITIONED, DISCONNECTED: this 22 keys numeric keypad is easily-positioned, disconnected addition to your existing layout. Perfectly Match to your Tenkeyless keyboards.
- GREAT CLICKING FEEL on the Blue key switches (highly reliable key switches), especially for data entry personnel.
- DURABLE to stand up against heavy use: the number pad are rated for more than 5 millions of keypresses, which is way above and beyond the standard duty expectation of a membrane keypad.
- PLUG & PLAY: USB 2.0 connection port, 1,000 Hz polling rate, NumLock, Back Space Key
- LOW POWER CONSUMPTION: with computer SLEEP/WAKE-UP function and keypad SLEEP/WAKE-UP function, save the energy of the device if unused for a while.
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blue Mechanical key switch
50 million key actuation
windows 95 98 2000 ME XP Vista Win7 Win8 Win10
available USB port
Jelly Comb 22-key numeric keypad
Keypad Dimension: 5.5"(L) x 3.5"(W) x 1.5"(H) inch
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Switches: Outemu Blue Switches
N-Key Rollover: No, I can usually just hold 2-3 keys at the same time.
While having an extra "(", ")", and "=" keys is really useful, you can not use them in game as those buttons quickly run a macro to type them, which only works in windows.
The Number Lock key does not toggle numlock, what it does is it turns it off, registers your keypress, then turns it on, and vice versa. It get's very annoying when you use mouse keys or toggle keys as it beeps every time you use it. I would notice it if i was a light user and only used my numpad to type, but it bothers me everytime I use mousekeys.
N-Key Rollover, I usually use my keypad either for mousekeys or my numpad to bind more keys for a video game, while you do not need many keys, n-key rollover or 6-key rollover would be nice to comfortably use it for games.
While I like Cherry MX Blue switches for my keyboards, Outemu Blue Switches aren't bad, they are slightly louder which a higher click, depending on preference I actually might like the Outemu more than Cherry MX, you don't really notice the difference that much unless you directly compare, and even then it's still very satisfying to click.
The tab button on the side I feel was unnecessary, but it can be nice to use.
Build Quality actually feels solid, you can see the switches on the bottom which some people don't like but I personally do.
The feet pads have nice friction and the keypad is heavier than average so it doesn't move around unless you want it to.
Long USB cord, the extra length is nice to put it anywhere I leave it on the right side of my mouse pad where it's a little out of my way but it's nice having the option to put it as far or close away to my actual keyboard is.
Very very clicky, I feel the click more on these Outemu Blue Switches better than Cherry MX Blues, which is really nice.
First of all, compared to any other mechanical numpad on Amazon or anywhere else, you simply will not get a quality of switch, manufacture, form or function than you will with this one. It absolutely deserves five stars for delivering exactly what it says on the tin, and actually I think it's way better than I could have expected.
Now, with that said, there are a few things you definitely want to know before you decide to go down this road. These are just facts, and don't detract from the rating at all, otherwise I would have done so.
- non-standard layout (the + key is not tall) makes it REALLY hard to get printed / doublestruck matching legend keycaps. You'll either need blanks, customs, randoms, or some other creative solution... or just use the ones it comes with. Looks like OEM profile ABS.
- numlock is device independent. This keypad will literally spit out "NumLock-KP0-NumLock" when you press the 0 key.
- the top four keys will only work in Windows. In other OSs, they just spit out alt codes and produce no useful or meaningful output.
- the numpad is not programmable.
As I said, none of those reduce this numpad to less than five stars, because the build quality is stellar, and it's clearly a premium device. EVEN if you ONLY use this as a project foundation, the switches, case and top plate are worth the cost of the whole unit. That's literally what I'm doing with it as a full time linux user -- desoldering and removing the PCB, hand wiring the existing switches, and putting in a teensy to make it fully programmable.
Despair not, however... if you use it as is, especially in windows, you will have no problems and it's really just a great device!
Cons: Unconventional layout, tacky lettering on keycaps
This number pad is probably one of the better ones on Amazon, but that's not saying too much. The other ones are either way too expensive or don't send proper numpad codes, which is a deal-breaker in my opinion. This numpad is priced appropriately and actually sends numpad codes, something that more expensive numpads might not do. The only complaint I have about this is the unconventional additional tab key, which makes the plus key smaller than regular numpads. When typing very quickly, this can cause mistakes for whoever is used to traditional numpads. The keycaps also have a very tacky, "techy" looking typeface, which seems to be popular nowadays, but is extremely childish in appearance. I had numpad keycaps from a keycaps set I bought a while ago, so i was able to replace them, however, because of the regular sized plus keycap, I couldn't replace that one.
Don't expect any fancy switches under the keycaps. For less than $12, this numpad can't have Cherry or even Gateron switches. It uses a knockoff brand called Outemu, which is similar to Kailh. Time will tell how long these will last, but so far they are pretty good. I wouldn't consider this a con, since to keep the price low, off-brand switches had to be used; I just wished there were more options besides blue.