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Cheap and Wired, but best bang for your buck for stationary office work
on February 17, 2016
I've only had this for about 2 weeks now, but learning curve was much lower than expected.
The letter "Y" had been an ambi-letter for me where I used both my right and left hand so I do miss the ability to reach over to "Y" with my left-hand now, but for the comfort gained from this super cheap $20 keyboard, not much of a sacrifice.
The 10-key portion, I do wish that the NumLock key and the "=" key would switch places.
Do people switch NumLock On and Off that frequently?
For Excel formulas, yes, you can start a formula with "+", but still, they're technically supposed to start off with an "=" and it would make things much easier, making it quicker...
Or it would have been nice to make the 10-key portion all one clump, making it more reachable and I have decently big hands...
But, I assume they placed that slight distance for sake of uniformity/aesthetics.
Yet, the option of "=", "(", ")" and a backspace right above the 10-key portion is very Excel friendly and appreciated.
I just need to program myself to remember that.
If you have the desk-space and type a lot and/or use Excel a lot, this keyboard is definitely a must-buy.
Oh!! And the "command key" or the "right-click key" on the bottom right, in between the Alt and Ctrl key is so awesome!!
That's definitely a must-have for hot-key lovers, right?
I am generally a huge fan of Logitech products, but for some reason, Logitech uses that button as their Fn key for pretty much all of their keyboards.
But of course, many of the things that I mention are personal preferences...