Kensington Pro Fit Media Wired Keyboard (Black) - UK
Durability and comfort come together in the Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard. The full-size design provides all-day comfort, while the spill-resistant...... more
Durability and comfort come together in the Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard. The full-size design provides all-day comfort, while the spill-resistant construction means it's built to last. The Pro Fit keyboard connects in seconds. Simply plug it into the USB port and you're ready to go with no drivers or software needed.
Advantages: Easy to adjust, dimmer feature, well priced, low battery drain. Disadvantages: A little loose in the USB connection.
...You may or may not be aware of the damage you are doing to your sight by not making sure you work in a well lit space, but I were taking no risks so I bought a Kensington Flylight. The Flylight illuminates your workstation or keyboard or whatever you desire using eight extra-bright LED's which are mounted on the end of a flexible cord that is powered through a USB socket. I have always found it...
Advantages: Interesting and unusual exhibits and history Disadvantages: A little pricey
...When my mam came down to see me in London, we visited Kensington Palace along with my dad?s cousin who?d come to stay with her own daughter. My mam had never been to Kensington and really wanted to; my dad?s cousin had been before and wanted to see what it was like after the refurbishment.
Kensington Palace is divided into two: the historic state apartments, viewable by visitors, and the private...
Advantages: Great Value, Responsive Keys, Nicely laid out Disadvantages: Keys wearing off a bit:)
...on it right at this moment. I had some trouble typing my ebay password with my old one! took two hours haha, poor keyboard:(
It came in a plain white box, nothing on it! Nope not even one word or number. When I opened the box there was the keyboard. No instructions or anything but it was obviously brand new. Had that brand new smell to it:)
Well apparently this is made by Kensington.... No quite...