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HP K2500 Black 2.4 GHz USB Wireless Keyboard (UK Keyboard Layout) – Full size, Home Office Working for Computer PC Laptop Desktop

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HP K2500 Black 2.4 GHz USB Wireless Keyboard (UK Keyboard Layout) – Full size, Home Office Working for Computer PC Laptop Desktop
HP K2500 Black 2.4 GHz USB Wireless Keyboard (UK Keyboard Layout) – Full size, Home Office Working for Computer PC Laptop Desktop

Description

  • Familiar comfort within a streamlined design
  • Simplified functions; dedicated hotkeys provide immediate access to windows features
  • Adjust to angle; adjustable legs provide the suitable tilt for typing comfort
  • Model number: E5E78AA#ABU

Additional information

Specification: HP K2500 Black 2.4 GHz USB Wireless Keyboard (UK Keyboard Layout) – Full size, Home Office Working for Computer PC Laptop Desktop

General
Brand

HP

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎44 x 24 x 15 cm, 440 Grams

Batteries

‎2 AAA batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎E5E78AA#ABU

Manufacturer

Series

‎Wireless K2500 Keyboard

Color

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Item Weight

‎440 g

Reviews (6)

6 reviews for HP K2500 Black 2.4 GHz USB Wireless Keyboard (UK Keyboard Layout) – Full size, Home Office Working for Computer PC Laptop Desktop

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  1. Streaks

    Performance: It’s two meters from the dongle and it just cuts out a lot. You can type stuff and it just stops working frequently or misses loads of letters out. This is with new batteries.

    Feel: I have a more expensive mechanical keyboard but I prefer the typing feel of this one. It also has better texture, size and weight. It would be perfect for me if it worked properly. It has the best keyboard feel. Shame.

    There are no lights for capslock, numlock, and scrolllock. I like that but you might not.

    Oh, and it came with batteries but they seemed completely dead. Wasn’t expecting batteries so who cares?

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  2. guest

    Someone had the idea to put a disaster button at the top left, very close to the Esc button. I paste something in Excel, I try to press the Esc button and I accidentally press that annoying disaster button instead. Everything disappears, the task bars are empty, everything is gone!!! It’s an extremely annoying thing. It’s everything you don’t need when you’re working. I had to remove that button from the keyboard to be able to work!

    When you pay a premium price to buy a branded product, you expect something that makes your life easier. This is a product that made my life hell. I’m never buying anything HP again.

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  3. Gordon Holland

    I am going to compare this a lot with the Logitech K270 keyboards I tend to buy. I go through a Keyboard about once a year. I tend to purchase less expensive keyboards that “do the job” as a trade off rather than expensive keyboards. For me a keyboard has to be wireless and have multimedia keys on it to be acceptable to me. I use a Logitech MX Master mouse. I haven’t used the mouse that is supplied with this keyboard.

    I don’t like chiclet style keyboards, although some of the keys such as the function keys and the Esc key, PrtScr etc. are of this style, but are useable.

    The USB dongle supplied is a little wobbly in the port, but it works fine. The keyboard is more of a flowing soft touch with a reasonable sense of key travel. Not so much as the K270 Keyboards I usually buy. It has quite a smooth surface with a modest amount of friction from the keytops. I haven’t found any software online to support the keyboard, so it comes out of the box with the multimedia and pre-programmed keys…

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  4. Dougy

    At first this set looked promising ! after 7 months things started to go wrong, the mouse was the big issue, it started lagging, it would not scroll eg: 3 lines down 2 up, obviously after nearly 30 yrs of Computing & 5 computers ! HP PC 5 different mice 3 being HP i knew there was an issue, plus the keyboard had a mind of its own, replacing 5 sets of original batteries which i put up with, i .obviously knew there were issues. I returned the computer to this company first class, i would have been happy if they replaced the mouse but they wanted to have the set back. All they offered was £22 .40 so minus my £6.90 postage I would end up with £15.5p Steer Clear . What a Disgrace

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  5. Jim Gibson

    I had a wired keyboard and an HP wireless mouse and wanted to use just one USB port instead of two. The mouse was decent so I chose this package. I was very disappointed as it immediately appeared to be poor quality and that was before I connected them up.
    Once they were connected my suspicions were confirmed. The keyboard went clackety clack and the mouse clicked sharply and the wheel wobbled noisily.
    They’re on their way back now and I’ve already received a much, much better alternative made by Wisfox for £10 less! Good construction quality and very quiet operation.
    I didn’t like the key layout either. I’d assumed it would be standard but the Home, Delete and End Key were not where I expected them to be so it was cumbersome.
    All in all, not very good at all.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    It does need line of sight to the usb to have a strong connection and you need to be relatively close 2/3 meters and if you are at a desk and the keyboard has line of site you will be absolutely fine if you sit back across the room on a sofa or bed etc you can stop line of site if you’re tall because your knees face upward causing your knees to be in the way of the connection but my misses doesn’t have this problem I am 6.3 she is 5.1 so basically if you’re lanky you can cause it to cut out from time to time and that can be frustrating also depends on seating position obviously you wont be spending all of your days figuring that out use common sense your good to go one thing I was surprised at is I’ve used this keyboard for a month and some of the letters have faded which is odd as you would think that wouldn’t happen however they are still there just faded slightly to begin with nothing to warrant any concern so far and this is the only keyboard I’ve come across with the correct…

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