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Advantagesdoes the job, nice to use, comfortable


...have been using this keyboard at work for the past 12 months now and so thought I would share my experience. The keyboard is currently available to buy from Amazon for a price of around £8 which I think is good value for money. The keyboard is black in colour and made from plastic; as are most keyboards. However, there is nothing 'cheap and nasty' about this keyboard. It is clear that...

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AdvantagesGreat characters, good writing, hard to put down, some dry humour

DisadvantagesNot as clever or detailed as an Agatha Christie plot

...of considerably better characterisation, and a little mild satirical humour, if one is in the mood to appreciate it. This is balanced out by somewhat inferior plotting; Heyer simply did not have Christie?s brilliant ability to plant false clues and red herrings, nor her impeccable logic. A BLUNT INSTRUMENT 'A Blunt Instrument' is, in my view, one of Heyer?s better crime fiction novels. It features...

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AdvantagesPrice, comfortable, simple and compact

DisadvantagesLittle bit quite for me when hitting the keys

...Working 9 to 5 Monday to Friday as an administrator I get very used to my work station, my computer and the peripherals. A keyboard is one of the main pieces if equipment that I use and it is certainly the item that I need replacing the most, second only to my biro pen. My current keyboard is this Microsoft Keyboard 200. My work got this keyboard and I have no idea how much they paid. Looking...

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