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This review is from: Wintec FileMate Imagine K2210 Light Blue USB Wired Standard Keyboard
Pros: Feels just like an Apple keyboard at a fraction of the price. Excellent keystroke feel and feedback, decent key layout. All plastic construction is significantly heavier and of higher quality than expected at this price point.
Cons: The color depicted in the picture of the keyboard is not representative of the actual color. The color is a plastic light blue, kind of like a Smurf toy.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for my office as a cheap replacement chicklet keyboard. I didn't want to drop an extra $10 for black, but now it looks like I child's toy for a keyboard. Not a big deal, but worth noting if you work in a conservative office.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADESSO ATP-400UB Black 2 Buttons USB Wired Mouse
Pros: Good sensitivity, up/down scroll works well, button click feel is excellent- not too hard or soft, pad responds well to tap-click on the pad and is not overly sensitive to accidental taps.
Cons: Device is thicker than it needs to be, the touch pad feels slightly grainy, the buttons are too close to the touch pad and can make hands cramp over time, no side/side scrolling.
Other Thoughts: Obviously you are not getting an Apple touch pad for $30, so expectations should be checked. However, the touch pad is more sensitive than other Adesso pads on keyboards I have used and the buttons have a great feel to them. I just wish they were spaced a little farther away from the pad surface for a more ergonomic feel. Also, the pad seems small for a stand alone touch pad, but it works on a cramped desk and definitely helps reduce repetitive motion injuries from using a mouse all day.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The touchpad is responsive and the up/down scroll feature works well. Multimedia buttons are useful.
Cons: I bought this keyboard to help with my chronic carpel tunnel that is inflamed by using a mouse too often. The touchpad helps with the CT, but the keys are so difficult to press that it actually brought about the CT in both hands instead of just my write. I type a lot during the day and the keyboard is so exhausting to use that my typing is worthless by 5om. Also, the mouse buttons below the touchpad are noisy, sticky, and overall a terrible design.
Other Thoughts: The best keyboard/touchpad combo I have ever used was on a Dell inspiron notebook. Up/down and side/side scrolling on the touchpad, excellent key feel and spacing, and otherwise excellent ergonomics. The only equivalent stand alone keyboard I can find does not have track pad scrolling. Why is there no decent keyboard trackpad combo out there?READ FULL REVIEW