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CiT KB-1807 USB (EN)

CiT KB-1807 USB (EN)
alaAverage 3.6

7 reviews

Mar, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of CiT KB-1807 USB (EN). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. People really like the price.


On average, users rate this product 71/100.

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Cheap but not cheerful


The keyboard is poor, after 1 month of purchase, the keys are incredibly sticky still, the layout of the buttons is poor (size) and it is more of a chore to use than enjoyable. While it is cheap, spend ten pounds and get a keyboard that works!

Feb, 2011

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I can see why it cost £5


The backspace button is too small so other buttons accidently pressed and the buttons are 'sticky' and hard to press. Difficult to type on.

Feb, 2011

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Value for money!


Needed a simple black keyboard with - a large RETURN key (most keyboards now have a smaller inline key) - traditional layout of ARROW BUTTONS (...for the odd retro game) - traditional layout of HOME/END/PGUP/PGDN (...for fast MS Word navigation/Webpage...

Feb, 2011

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Brilliant keyboard for a great price.. Simple & does the job. The keys may be abit stiff when first used but loosens up after a little use.

Jul, 2010

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not too bad


The keyboard itself feels abit uncomfortable to type on, a bit flimsy. the shift doesn't work unless you push it down with force. but for 5 pounds its okay for someone who wouldn't use it that much.

Apr, 2010

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Must Buy


It's very cheap and it's slim what else do you want?

Jan, 2010

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Cheap & cheerful


Does the job, but you get what you pay for and there are better available for a little bit more.

Jul, 2009