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CiT WK-738 Premium Mini USB Keyboard - Black
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- Interface: USB
- Cable Length: 1500mm
- Number of Keys: 87 Keys
- Keyboard Weight: 390±20g
- Key Pitch: 19.0 mm
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The KB-738 with its compact size and low profile square keys (chiclet style), is the ideal keyboard for people with limited desk space or for use with a portable computer. The numeric keypad on this keyboard is integrated into the standard keys, and is available once the Num Lock key is pressed, helping in reducing the overall footprint of this keyboard.
Chiclet Style Keyboard - With its low profile square keys, this keyboard fits in with todays growing chiclet style keyboards
Ergonomic Design - Helping in reducing strain from prolonged use of the keyboard
Integrated Keypad - Although smaller keyboard than the standard 104 / 105 key keyboard, the number pad is still available, with the use of the Num Lock key, part of your standard keys are substituted for the number pad
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I only used it to type short messages on xbox. It did not last 9 months before the l and o keys stopped working.
Love it! I have long nails and this is perfect for me! It is also very quiet!Published 4 months ago by Egle
Compact, comfortable and lightweight, this is a fine keyboard for travelling with or tablet use. Not so much for heavy use or gaming since some of the keys have a tendency to not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Fraggle
Z key fell off - quite poor quality. Now use a Logitech bluetooth keyboard instead - guess you pay for what you getPublished 5 months ago by CliffHangar