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Keysonic KSK-6001UELX Compact Gaming Keyboard with Blue Backlight UK Layout

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  • Compact gaming keyboard in trendy design with blue backlight (can be switched off)
  • Reliable LED technology for an effective illumination of the lettering
  • 20 keys with Anti-Ghosting function for simultaneous actions - they allow to hold down more than 4 keys and add some realism to the game
  • Extremely silent and soft stroke due to high-quality 'Soft-Touch' membrane technology
  • Tilt feet on back side to adjust the tilt angle for an ergonomic positioning
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Technical Details
BrandKeysonic
Item Weight789 g
Product Dimensions41.2 x 19 x 3.8 cm
Item model numberKSK-6001UELX
  
Additional Information
ASINB00375MRYC
Best Sellers Rank 20,153 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight839 g
Date First Available26 Jan. 2010
  
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Product Description

The perfect compact keyboard for both, home and office users, including for gamers. Due to the special high-quality key stroke with noticeable pressure point and the very comfortable and quiet typing feeling the keyboard can be used fatigue-proof for a long time. It is ideal for gamers by 20 anti-ghosting keys, which can speed up the complex game actions. In addition, all buttons are really extensively programmable; individual keys or complicated sequences (macros) can be programmed to perform multiple acti

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By DOPPLEGANGER TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 Jun. 2011
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One cannot say much more in an appraisal of a product than it does everything it should and claims to do. Arrived promptly after ordering it, well packaged and installation was merely a question of plugging in to a USB port - even an archetypical silver-haired non-techy, one-finger prodding surfer is just about up to that!

The back-lighting is the best I've had yet and it makes the keys seem incredibly clear and accommodating , so much so that I am hitting more keys cleanly and not having to continually correct clumsily hit 'sprelliong' (sorry, only joking - that should, of course read) 'spelling' bloopers.

So as of now am well pleased with product and if longevity occurs and it gives a meaningful length of good service, I shall be even more chuffed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. F. M. Burley on 23 July 2011
I had a wirelss keyboard and mouse set - mouse worked perfectly the keyboard was light, cheap keys and involved all sorts of re-typing etc. so I have gone back to a wired keyboard for my desk top, this is great. It's compact quite sturdy and has the added bonus of being able to be illuminated in bad light; there's an off/on button which lights up the whole keyboard behind the keys themselves. A great buy and a great price
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By p4u1 on 25 Jan. 2013
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at last - a blue led backlit compact keyboard (non-mechanical).

good products like this are rare, so i thought it worth writing up.

sorry to hear if others are having issues with this kb, i for one am extremely pleased with it, especially for the price.

this has 'soft touch' keys, which means when you press them there's a satisfyingly dull sound to the press (clicks annoy me after a while) and the press has some 'give' to it at the end, making it .. well .. soft i guess. this in no way limits its functionality, i find it a pleasure to type on.

as for gaming - i tested with a fps game and had no trouble strafing/moving etc, feels very responsive. if anything it feels like there's a little less travel to get the key pressed (than say a 'regular' kb). the key button height is inbetween full and chiclet (i.e. halfsize?).

being a low sense gamer means i make broad sweeps with my mouse, and eventually i got fed up with occasionally hitting the side of a full size kb when making a turn. this one being a compact version prevents that problem. note to manufacturers - please make more gaming kb's with the numberpad switchable to the left side, i'm willing to pay for that luxury. or better still the pad permanently fixed to the left, its very handy. there are some that do it, just not enough.

if i pick it up i can flex it along the horizontal, no metal brace bar here but unless you're chucking it around the room, its not going to be an issue.

build quality is very good, it feels solid enough and seems like it will last.

the slightest negative point is the backlight through the keys could be a bit brighter. the light surrounding the keys is a little brighter, but thats just me being picky, its not enough to bother me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dbfromgb on 29 Aug. 2013
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Prior to this I had a black keyboard with white letters. Fine in good light, but without reading glasses I just could not see it in poor light. This keyboard when backlit is fantastic - better than my old keyboard in the best of lights. With a push button to turn the light on/off it really is the perfect solution for anyone who has a slight sight problem with conventional keyboards. Quite funky as well. Keyboard layout is slightly tighter than I am used to, but am gradually getting used to this. Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Shine on 3 Aug. 2014
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OK, so having used this keyboard for a few days I quite like it.
Build quality seems fine, it's fairly heavy for it's size, which is a good sign, and looks quite nice too.
The illumination is very good, probably the best I've seen on any keyboards I've purchased before (including a couple of £50-£60 bigger name brands). The only down side is it's the light is either on or off, no levels to choose from, but that's not really a big negative.

The keyboard layout is much like most laptops, with the Insert/Delete keys up next to the F keys, which will take a little getting used to if you don't use a laptop. The keys are also fairly low profile, without much space between them, so again if you aren't used to a laptop keyboard you could have issues there, notably pressing 2 keys at once by accident.

The key press is a little on the firm side (firmer than some Cherry keyboards for sure), a little firmer than I'd like to be honest, so if you type a lot and are used to a keyboard that doesn't require much pressure, you may find yourself missing a letter every now and then.
However, a little firm it may be,but spongy it is not. While not as tactile as a mechanical keyboard, you feel that give when the key is pressed properly.

For gaming, it's perfectly fine, certainly better than my previous logitech non-mechanical keyboard (G105), however I'm not a pro gamer (and this isn't really a pro gamers keyboard), so will not get too far into those details.

Previous reviews have said reliability may be an issue, with certain keys breaking after only a few Months. I will update this review if I have any issues in the future, but as I'm not a heavy handed button-masher, I'm hoping mine lasts for quite some time.

UPDATE - 29/09/2014:
Just a quick update. After 2 Months of daily use this keyboard is still working perfectly, every single key.
No idea what other people are doing to theirs to break them so quickly...
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