Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2021
Update. After using it a couple of weeks I am still really enjoying it and highly recommend to those hating clicky keyboards.

• when I am typing fast it does make noise. Perhaps as I get used to it I will type more lightly but really not complaining. It is so, so much quieter than my last one!

• shallow stroke depth. I am enjoying this change, my last kbd had a deeper stroke, the shorter stroke has increased my typing speed.

• still missing the feet on the back to angle it a little more. I have slipped a coaster under the back edge for now and that helps but is occasionally wobbly if I am using only the keys on the edges, like the number pad. Considering taping a pencil on the back to see if that works better. This is the ONLY reason I gave it 4 stars. If it had feet I would happily give it 5.

BONUS - seller is extremely responsive. There was a relatively minor issue with the printed keys (two EEs, see pic). I type by touch and since the key when pressed produced the expected W it was more of an inconvenience to anyone else who needed to use it and did not touch type. The seller responded very quickly and offered a replacement keyboard. I appreciated the attention to the issue and will not hesitate to order from this seller in the future.
————
Enjoying it so far. I hate clicky keyboards and this one all but silent. The pads of my fingers make more noise than the actual key press (when I am typing slowly). I really would prefer the pop out legs that many keyboards have in order to change the angle. This one has a slightly thicker edge on the back where the battery is but it is still almost flat on the desk. Right now I have it propped on a coaster to get that extra height in back. I gave it 4 stars because of that limitation. With the feet I would give it 5.

It took a little bit to get used to because it is half the height of my old one but within an hour I was typing faster than ever.

Two things to note:
1. It will require a charge before you can use it.
2. Be sure you get the QWERTY version. I accidentally got the QEERTY one. ROFL! (I had used it half the day before I noticed, too. You get a W when pressing the mislabeled key so it worked as expected and did not create a typo. Touch typing rocks.)
Customer image
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
By LadyJes on February 5, 2021
Update. After using it a couple of weeks I am still really enjoying it and highly recommend to those hating clicky keyboards.

• when I am typing fast it does make noise. Perhaps as I get used to it I will type more lightly but really not complaining. It is so, so much quieter than my last one!

• shallow stroke depth. I am enjoying this change, my last kbd had a deeper stroke, the shorter stroke has increased my typing speed.

• still missing the feet on the back to angle it a little more. I have slipped a coaster under the back edge for now and that helps but is occasionally wobbly if I am using only the keys on the edges, like the number pad. Considering taping a pencil on the back to see if that works better. This is the ONLY reason I gave it 4 stars. If it had feet I would happily give it 5.

BONUS - seller is extremely responsive. There was a relatively minor issue with the printed keys (two EEs, see pic). I type by touch and since the key when pressed produced the expected W it was more of an inconvenience to anyone else who needed to use it and did not touch type. The seller responded very quickly and offered a replacement keyboard. I appreciated the attention to the issue and will not hesitate to order from this seller in the future.
————
Enjoying it so far. I hate clicky keyboards and this one all but silent. The pads of my fingers make more noise than the actual key press (when I am typing slowly). I really would prefer the pop out legs that many keyboards have in order to change the angle. This one has a slightly thicker edge on the back where the battery is but it is still almost flat on the desk. Right now I have it propped on a coaster to get that extra height in back. I gave it 4 stars because of that limitation. With the feet I would give it 5.

It took a little bit to get used to because it is half the height of my old one but within an hour I was typing faster than ever.

Two things to note:
1. It will require a charge before you can use it.
2. Be sure you get the QWERTY version. I accidentally got the QEERTY one. ROFL! (I had used it half the day before I noticed, too. You get a W when pressing the mislabeled key so it worked as expected and did not create a typo. Touch typing rocks.)
Images in this review
Customer image
Customer image
Report abuse Permalink