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    Scored this keyboard for $50.00 and just got it. A little slow on delivery but great item. Super small and just what I was looking for. KICK *** back lit keyboard with soft latex keys and only 8 x 4.5 inches and 1 inch thick.

  • #2
    Looking very smooth. Only thing that would bother me is that it is no cordless.

    Anyways, what company manufactured it and what is the exact name/ID of the model?

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    • #3
      i payed too much for mine
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      • #4
        Sweet find!!

        Those are very nice from what I've heard.
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        • #5
          I'd be too cheap to pay $50 for a keyboard like that

          Good find tho!
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          • #6

            I use that keyboard as well. The backlight is nice, although I wish it turned on by default and didn't have 5 brightness levels. Also, key response is pretty bad, as it is a membrane style keyboard. The small size, durability and backlight make it a very nice keyboard, though. I bought mine locally (Bellevue, WA) from Vetco Electronics, the same company which is selling them on Ebay. It is manufactured by a company called Intermec.