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This review is from: RAZER RZ03-00260100-R3U1 Arctosa Keyboard
Pros: The wrist rest is easily detachable.
The slim cap keys have held up better over time than other slim cap boards I've used.
The key markings appear to be thin stickers, but they are very durable and haven't rubbed off or peeled up after months of regular typing and gaming.
Cons: The wrist rest feels sturdier and heavier than the keyboard. It's also uncomfortable. Fortunately, it's removable.
If you extend the height adjustment feet with the wrist rest attached, the keyboard flexes and creaks when you type.
No non-slip gripper pads on the bottom of the board. Extending the height adjustment feet causes forward pressure on the board to send it skating across the desk. The problem gets worse if you remove the wrist rest.
The Caps Lock, Num Pad and Scroll Lock lights are blindingly bright. With a piece of opaque black tape over them, they're still as bright as the lights on other vendors boards.
Other Thoughts: RAZER: Add a couple of non-slip pads to the bottom of this board and swap the lights out with something a fraction as bright and I would have given it 5 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft M20-00001 Silver 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical Notebook Mouse
Pros: Sturdy, durable and compact for those who need it.
Cons: The cord is short even for a notebook mouse. You might need a USB extension cable if you plan to use the mouse with a pc or more than a few inches from your USB port.
Other Thoughts: We've had a couple of these over the past few years and they get a lot of heavy use. They're great for small hands.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADESSO AKB-901 2-Tone 88 Normal Keys USB or PS/2 Wired Mini Mini Keyboard
Pros: Compact, sturdy, easy to clean, great for small hands.
Cons: A bit small for users with large hands.
Other Thoughts: If you need a compact keyboard and are comfortable with the key layout, this is a great choice and is very durable.READ FULL REVIEW