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TECKNET 2.4G Wireless Keyboard For Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Android Smart TV, Extra Long Battery Life, UK keyboard Layout and Whisper-Quiet…

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TECKNET 2.4G Wireless Keyboard For Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Android Smart TV, Extra Long Battery Life, UK keyboard Layout and Whisper-Quiet…
TECKNET 2.4G Wireless Keyboard For Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Android Smart TV, Extra Long Battery Life, UK keyboard Layout and Whisper-Quiet…

£14.99

Description

  • Ultra lightweight, super slim profile keyboard with TeckNet’s advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technologies. Spill-resistant keyboard with whisper quiet low profile keys optimally angled for a comfortable typing position
  • Enjoy wireless freedom – up to 10m range lets you type in cord-free comfort and takes up less space, With a Nano USB receiver that stays in place so your keyboard is always ready to use
  • Co-Link technology – after pairing there’s no need to re-establish pairing after a signal loss or shutdown
  • Long battery life with auto-sleep and battery life indicator allows up to 2 years between battery changes
  • Easy access hot keys let you change volume, mute or skip to the next song without using your mouse

Additional information

Specification: TECKNET 2.4G Wireless Keyboard For Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Android Smart TV, Extra Long Battery Life, UK keyboard Layout and Whisper-Quiet…

Batteries

2 AAA batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

28.5 x 1.8 x 12 cm, 260 Grams

Date First Available

28 July 2014

Manufacturer

Item model number

77507

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for TECKNET 2.4G Wireless Keyboard For Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and Android Smart TV, Extra Long Battery Life, UK keyboard Layout and Whisper-Quiet…

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  1. Ian Stark

    UPDATE JULY 2021
    It gets worse. 6 months this time, before batteries needed replacing. Time to look for a better replacement.

    UPDATE FEB 2021
    Another 12 months of (now infrequent) use with a new set of batteries before they needed replacing. Again, it’s better than the 6 months claimed in the documentation, but it’s half what they say in the listing. I know, I know – it says UP TO 2 years – but that suggests AT LEAST 18 months. Otherwise, what’s to stop them saying ‘up to twenty years’?

    UPDATE DEC 2020
    I’m dropping my rating down to one star because in addition to the comments below, the ability to type a full sentence without there being a significant number of letters missing has diminished to the point of it being pretty much unusable. It’s still useful for ‘control’ purposes – at the moment I am using it for shortcuts for digital audio software because it sits quite neatly on my mixing desk. However, for typing email or documents, it’s really not up to job, and that was why I…

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  2. DVDER

    Pleasantly surprised at how good this is for the price. Keys feel positive and fast, allowing me to hit 40 wpm without hassle. The things stays put on my slick office desk surface and it takes up minimal space. It also looks very slick for the price: the logo isn’t some brash stupid brand name like “PandaKeys” or “Chiboard”, written in bright white Bauhaus font: the logo is understated grey and looks cool, with all other graphics functional and inoffensive.

    Others have noted that it flexes a little under typing, but frankly I would not have noticed if I didn’t actually look for that: it is certainly a lot less than 1mm under my fairly brutal typing (born of starting my career on old IBM teletype terminals).

    Importantly, the wireless range of this is good, with none of the annoying lag or unreliability of other cheap keyboards.

    Is this as good as my Happy Hacking keyboard, or my son’s Razer? Nope. But then it costs 1/17th the cost of the Razer and 1/20th the cost of the HHK.

    ’nuff said.

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  3. Adam Oellermann

    I recently ran a Creative Computing class for kids at our church. The class went well, but I was frustrated by having to leave the kids to walk up on stage where the computer was connected to the projector – it broke the flow every time we moved into a demo. For various reasons moving the PC is not realistic, so I decided to try a wireless keyboard.

    This Tecknet X315 keyboard seems to fit the bill well. Although the keyboard itself is small (285mm x 129mm), the keys are full-size (actually a whisker larger than my main keyboard). They are low profile, low travel island-style keys (travel is only approximately 2mm). I haven’t removed the keycaps but I assum there’s a scissor-switch mechanism in there – although the travel is short and quite soft, it’s positive enough for comfortable touch-typing. It’s almost silent to type on. All in all the typing experience is not bad (I spent yesterday using the keyboard as my main input device); comparable to the keyboards found on a decent…

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