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Its all good,
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Amazing value for money, however the keyboard space key does squeak when i press it however keep reading...
I recommend if you come across this problem, to lubricate the plastic under the keyboard and repeatedly press the key/s.
Features of the keyboard / mouse below:
Love the function keys, hold in "Fn" and select keys from F1/F6 to use browser, vol -/+. Play/Pause, Skip, Back.
Also there is a "Fn" + "F12" to disable the keyboard windows button, for in game hardcore players.
Hold "Fn" and tap Number Pad "8" to go up and press "2" to go lower for keyboard back-light settings.
[1st mode = Off] [2nd mode = dim back-light] [3rd mode = bright back-light] [4th mode = Flashing back-light]
Finally, this keyboard is american!
I'm from the UK and i can cope, all you do is memorize the keys "Alt" + "Number Pad 0163" for the pound sign. £ <- (:
The mouse on the other hand is a heavy one so your average mat won't do, or you WILL gain problems maneuvering.
I recommend a steelseries quick mat or the Aula standard.
The mouse keys are:
DPI 4 modes (Indicates by flashing scroll button LED slow = slow, faster = faster)
Double Click Button (to the left of the left click)
Forward + Back navigation buttons, works for everything (itunes tracks, browser pages, etc)
Overall outstanding, good build keyboard and mouse, i use it with this mat:
Currently using setting three, find it best for my setup as setting four (2000dpi) is equivalent to playing call of duty on sensitivity 15. Not joking. Any questions, feel free to ask.
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Initial post: 4 Feb 2014 11:55:34 GMT
chris carrington says:
im uk too dont suppose you have found the backslash? it dosnt seem to be on the key it has been allocated?
In reply to an earlier post on 4 Feb 2014 21:14:12 GMT
Marcus holgate says:
This key? "\" is found on the left of the enter key. There all there just in different positions.
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