GMYLE® Ultra Thin Wired USB Mini Keyboard - Metallic Silver + White
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- Trendy design with metallic finishing.
- 78 keys QWERTY UK layout for efficient data input.
- Super slim and light which easy to carry around.
- Mini size which takes less desktop space.
- Perfect choice for net book/notebook users.
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This ultra light keyboard with metallic finishing is a perfect choice for net book users to carry it out. The mini design takes less space and allows you to use the mouse comfortably next to the keyboard. It is easy to get used with these crisp, responsive low profile keys since the keys are basically the same size with normal keyboard. You can just simply plug this mini keyboard into the USB port and start typing.
• Interface: USB 2.0
• Dimension: 28.5 x 12 x 0.4 cm
• Keyboard Layout: QWERTY UK Layout
• Material: ABS
Note: Please ensure the region/language setting of your devices have been set as English(UK) for correct mapping with the keyboard.
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Top Customer Reviews
I am a bit obsessive about keyboards. I prefer the compact size ones, and over the years I hate to think how much money I have spent looking for the ideal keyboard. Of course it doesnt exist, but what does exist is an aweful lot of rubbish ones, and many of those are expensive.
In exasperation a year ago I bought both an Apple wired keyboard and the compact Apple wireless. The compact one was just too difficult as so many keys lost to Windows no matter how I remapped I couldnt get the normal day to day usage keys available. So used the normal size one, and its been great, Apple quality really shows. However I still hanker for a compact size keyboard and saw this one on Amazon, with rave reviews. For £15, worth a punt, if no good it could join the box full of rejects I already have.
It plugged and played straight into my XP system, all the keys appear to work, I've remapped a couple of the Fn keys to use as Volume Down and Up (with a Freeware product called Sharpkeys), all seems well!
Now to the nitty gritty. Make no mistake, this is a facsimilie of an Apple keyboard, it looks like one, and the keys almost feel like one, but its no Apple. It does look Apple to a cursory glance but put it next to the real thing and it screams "copy". The "Aluminium" surround is not metal, its painted plastic, the key letters are painted not etched, so will probably wear off quickly, the weight of it is lighter, there isnt the same satisfying tactile feedback on key press, the whole feel and ambience of it is a poor relation to Apple, and the arrow keys are miniscule (if you are games player who uses the arrow keys you are stuffed, as I am). BUT, for £15 its great!Read more ›
Seems to be a good quality product. I was worried it might be a bit shoddy.
It's even smaller than my Microsoft Arc keyboard, although just as nice to work on.
Aluminium body seems sturdy. Keying action is good.
Only niggle so far is the enter key is a lot smaller than I'm used to. (It's the same shape although slightly narrower than the shift key).
Being wired it hopefully won't have the niggles that my previous wireless keyboard had too.
Quite impressed so far. Like it.
And it is gorgeous! No logos, no shiny, loud names, just pure white keys.
This looks like a beginning of a really cool relationship.
That said it would be great if you were short on space!
I work in IT and it is a high use item for me as I spend 12hrs a day at a computer and this little keyboard has really impressed me. Would highly recommend!
I have a Toshiba satellite pro laptop, and using it's keyboard is like typing on blancmange....bouncy bouncy bouncy.
As a writer and touch typist I needed something more workmanlike to spend four or five hours a day typing on it than the Tosh's given offering.
I concur with my colleague who states that this KB doesn't have the subtlety of the Mac KB, but believe me, it's not by much.
It's a tad more 'clickly'than the real thing, but great for a touch typist.
Don't be fazed by the 'small keys'reviews - it's perfect for fast typing, and you don't have to 'smash down' on the keys to make your mark.
It has a very small desk footprint, and although I agree that the USB cord is nearly a foot too long, it's better than it arriving with a lead that is too short.
And the reviews of 'shiny keys?' being an offputter? They must have had a different keyboard to this one, as the letters and characters are embossed on the keys a la Mac and are easy to work with.
If you can afford the little bit extra over the cost of the bog standard Trust KB you won't be disappointed.
This keyboard has got me using my Windows laptop as a serious piece of kit for the first time in three years, that's how much I rate it.
Hope this helped.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's compact and has good, clean lines. BUT the keys require noticeably more effort to depress than a genuine Apple keyboard, and the comma key sticks almost every time. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought an ASUS Zen AiO Pro 4K Touchscreen All-in-One PC and just didn't like the seemingly clunky keys on the keyboard it came with, or the fact that sometimes the wireless... Read morePublished 11 days ago by TJ
This is PC based, I thought it would be compatible to a Macbook. Feels like a waste of time and money check the blurb don't get fooled like i was.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works perfectly, may be smaller than you expect but you get used to it. Very cute.Published 1 month ago by Azaria Narine
Slightly awkward to type on and every time I turn my computer on, the keyboard is in Num Lock mode for some reason.Published 1 month ago by Joolz
Keyboard playing up already....... the keys keep randomly sticking and stopping. Could have wiped my arse with a 10 year old keyboard and gotten a better response rate :/Published 1 month ago by mark reedman
Bought 2 of these for my Raspberry Pi and also my PC. Very pleased with them but my only gripe is that the cable could do with being a bit longer.Published 1 month ago by C. Eckersley