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XArmor U9W Nano USB RF 2.4 GHz Wireless (and Wired) Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Brown Switches - Includes USB Power Cord for Low or No Battery Operation Perfect for Keyboarding, Gaming, or Typing
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- Cherry MX brown mechanical key switches - Laser etched key
- 15 feet wireless range 2.4 GHz two-way RF wireless technology.
- Smart power saving function - USB power cord for low / no battery operation
- Detachable wrist pad for maximum palm comfort - Special soft matte material on top, side, & wrist pad
- For Optimal Wireless Connectivity, Nano USB Receiver must be Plugged-In the Rear USB Port, Not the front USB port
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Top Customer Reviews
There are 3 blue LEDs: A Tx (Transmit) LED which blinks every time you press or let go of a key. It was kinda cool at the beginning, but now it seems kinda useless. Too bad I can't turn it off. There's a battery LED, but I've not seen it turn on yet after 2 weeks of on and off use. There's a Num Lock LED.
Mechanical keyboard (I make less mistakes and type much faster)
It's wireless! I've measure the distance up to about 10 feet. It didn't make sense for me to go beyond that given that I can't see clearly what I'm typing at that distance from a laptop or a desktop.
I wish it was the noisier Cherry Blue keys, but that's just me being picky.
I wish it had a Caps Lock LED.
I wish there was a way to turn ofd the Tx LED.
First and foremost this is a mechanical keyboard. If you want a quiet, lightweight, gentle, don't-break-me-bro keyboard this probably isn't your kind of keyboard. On the other hand if you need a stout keyboard you can use day in day out, which won't skitter across the desk as you type, and won't wear out in a year or two, this keyboard is good.
The key-press is a little hard; however, not overly so. This isn't a membrane keyboard. It has tactile feedback. This keyboard uses Cherry Switch MX Brown mechanical keys which are a much loved in the mechanical keyboard world.
This keyboard has a very useful feature. You can run it wired via USB or wirelessly without a USB cable. The best of both wired and wireless worlds. You only need the cable when running without batteries or batteries when running wirelessly.
I can recommend this keyboard for home or office use, though in either environment it is important that you understand the keyboard is not quite as quiet or lightweight as cheaper membrane keyboard and doesn't have all sorts of bells and whistles.
The U9W is perfect. Not cords. Well, they give you a cord, but I haven't had to use it. The battery life seems very acceptable. The keyboard does go into sleep mode, which is good since there isn't an on/off switch to conserve battery life. The keyboard wakes when you tap a key and an unobtrusive LED light turns on. Another LED lights up whenever a key is tapped. The third is a battery indicator, I guess it lights up when your batteries are low in energy. I haven't seen it turn on except when it wakes. By the way that is a good feature. Like the LEDs in your car, they should light up when you start it up, to verify that it will illuminate when you need it to.
Anyway, the Dinovo is a better keyboard for portability, no doubt. Small, light and quiet. You can travel with the Dinovo. It's small enough to put into your laptop bag without taking up too much space and it has an on/off switch. The iOne Armor U9W is not that keyboard. It's more of the opposite. I wouldn't travel with it without removing the batteries as, it will wake if anything depresses a key.
The keyboard is a bit quirky, I have to say. There is a place to store the USB micro-dongle. But, it's just for storage. It would have been nice to see a switch that shuts the keyboard off, when stored. I have a Logitech mouse that does that. It's a nice feature. Adding this feature would resolve battery drain issues with the travel.
The other thing that is quirky is the attachment of the palm rest.Read more ›
Miss - The wireless USB dongle is stored in the bottom of the keyboard. The first time I pulled it out of the keyboard, it broke - the metal casing around the contacts stayed in the keyboard. I fished it out, was able to reassemble the USB dongle, and crimp the metal and plastic parts together a bit better. That's now fixed.
The wrist support connects to the keyboard with four tiny little fingers, two of which broke when installing the support. Now when I move the keyboard, I have to hold the support in place. The four tiny fingers is a poor design.
Finally, when I first plugged the keyboard in it worked for about 30 seconds, then lost wireless connectivity. In troubleshooting the connectivity, re-paired the keyboard with the dongle. The button to re-pair the keyboard is accessible with the tip of a paperclip through a small hole in the bottom of the keyboard. On mine, the button is not aligned with the hole and requires quite a bit of hunting around to find it. The re-pair didn't work, so I decided to change the batteries (maybe the ones it came with were dead).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really love this keyboard. I like that I can use it either wirelessly or hook up the USB. I was a little hesitant to order it after some reviewers complained that it lost the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly
Largely unusable. The Bluetooth connection is very unstable and cuts out constantly making typing emails unbearable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brandon Rowley
The feel of the keys is fantastic if you're wanting to get back to mechanical keyboards, and there aren't many affordable options if you want wireless, but the reception sometimes... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick
Been using the keyboard several weeks and like the feel of the old fashioned mechanical keyboard. I haven't had any issues with the wireless connection and the wireless dongle is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William E. Daniel
Do not buy this keyboard. I purchased it two months ago and it worked great, the keys were strong and durable which is why i purchased this product. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy Cunningham
Just got this keyboard and it's working like a champ. I love the tactile feedback and the range is great. It's early yet but working great.Published 3 months ago by Roger and Sarah Hall
While I didn't personally purchase this item through Amazon, I do have one that was purchased for me by my employer, which I've used every day at my office workstation for going on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stef
The wireless capabilities of this keyboard are horrible. The main selling point of this keyboard is the wireless functionality. The range is horrible - 2 to 3 feet at most. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nathan
Bought the keyboard and could not for the life of me get the thing connected. Kept showing up as about 4 different devices with broken drivers that somehow disconnected and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by checkplus