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A4 Tech KB-720 Super SLIM

A4 Tech KB-720 Super SLIM
alaScore 88

173 reviews

Oct, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 173 reviews of A4 Tech KB-720 Super SLIM. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and size. The design and usability are also appreciated, but there are some mixed views about the price.

durability, usability, design, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the A4 Tech KB-720 Super SLIM is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 173 reviews)

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Expert review by: Nic Vargus (

Wow-Keys Keyboard Review



Charges your phone and lets you text from a keyboard with the click of a button. Reasonably priced. Looks great

Terrible key placement. The Space bar is tiny. No app software included. Keys feel mushy. Fingers can catch the underside of keys. Fn keys don't do the right things

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Paul Curthoys (

MagicWand Keyboard and Trackpad Connector Review


Makes a two-handed approach to cursor control more practical. Slim, Apple-esque look. If your Wireless Keyboard’s the right size, setup's a cinch. Can be set up for right- or left-handed use

If your keyboard is a whisker too thick, setup's a bear. Seriously overpriced. Makes access to battery compartment and power switch a hassle

We hear you loud and clear and have reduced the price from $14.99 to $9.99 for a single 5X7 Toddy and for the 9X9 we reduced the price from $16.99 to $14.99!

Apr, 2011

Expert review by: Billy Steele (

Crux360 iPad 2 Keyboard


Aluminum Keyboard Buddy Case cloaks your iPad 2 in a MacBook Air duvetCrux Loaded case almost turns your iPad into a laptop for $250MacBook Air review (mid 2011)Yeah... we know. At this point you're probably clutching your funds tightly, eagerly...

Excellent connectivity ; Full hinge rotation ; iOS function keys

Cramped keyboard ; Doesn't fully cover the iPad ; Pricey

The Crux360 offers a 360-degree hinge and convenient iOS keys, but the cramped keys and lack of full iPad protection give us pause.

Sep, 2011

CNET Editors' Choice

Expert review by: Justin Yu (

Deck 82 keyboard (Ice Blue) review: Deck 82 keyboard (Ice Blue)


IBM made its first Model M keyboard in the 1980s, and it quickly rose to a cult product among typing purists who preferred its buckling spring keys to the thin scissor-switch laptop keys we use today. The Deck 82 is the latest iteration of the classic...

The backlit, compact 82-key layout helps the Deck 82 keyboard fit in tight spaces, and its affordable price tag makes it an excellent mechanical keyboard for first-time adopters and mod-freaks alike.

The keyboard lacks an integrated palm rest, which may limit its appeal for heavy typists.

The Deck 82 keyboard's space-saving design, adjustable backlit luminescence, and low price tag make this fully customizable keyboard a win for mechanical keyboard typists.

Aug, 2011

Expert review by: Natalie Shoemaker (

Smartfish Engage Keyboard


The Smartfish Engage ergonomic keyboard is an interesting concept, but it fails a the most basic keyboard function—the typing experience.

Plug-and-play capabilities. Numeric keypad. Keyboard dynamically adjusts to alter your typing experience

Keys are a bit stiff. No media function keys. Noisy motor when adjusting keyboard

Apr, 2011

Expert review by: Jacob Schulman (

Clamcase iPad keyboard case review


We know you've been on pins and needles since we cleared up some of the confusion regarding the Clamcase, but a review unit finally landed on our doorstep to put through the paces. If you need a refresher, this was one of the earliest iPad keyboard...

Fits iPad snugly and securely ; Convenience keys for iOS functions ; Flexible multi-purpose design

Keyboard layout is cramped ; Heavy and bulky ; Probably won't fit iPad 2

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Michael A. Prospero (

Padacs Rubata Keyboard


This accessory is the best iPad keyboard/case combo yet, but it's far from perfect.

Stylish design ; Large, responsive keys ; Helpful shortcut buttons

Heavy ; Misplaced keys ; Can't use on lap

Among the three iPad keyboard cases we've reviewed thus far, the Padacs Rubata is the one we prefer. The soft exterior combined with the crisp key feel makes for a pretty comfortable typing experience. Still, there's plenty of room for improvement. You...

Jan, 2011

Expert review by: Matthew Murray (

Challenger Gaming Keyboard Pro


Component maker Thermaltake's foray into enthusiast peripherals is a somewhat mixed bag with the Challenger Gaming Keyboard Pro, a robust midrange gaming keyboard that will meet the needs of almost everyone except typists.

High customizability via both software and hardware. Powerful, intuitive driver software. Carrying cases included for all major components

Function key row can interfere with game play. Certain design elements make typing a chore. No Mute key. Detachable cooling fan is underpowered

Dec, 2010

Expert review by: Michael A. Prospero (

Zaggmate iPad Keyboard and Case


This sturdy accessory protects your iPad's screen and offers a pretty good typing experience.

Sturdy design ; Responsive keys ; Helpful shortcut buttons

Small keys ; Fingers can bump against case edges when typing ; Doesn't protect back of iPad

Like the tablet category itself, the tablet accessory market is in its nascent stages, and companies are apt to get as much right as they do wrong. The $99 Zaggmate, like the similarly priced Kensington KeyFolio, is a perfect example. While we like the...

Dec, 2010

Expert review by: Robyn Peterson (

The Earthquake Keyboard


With its three keypad units, the Comfort Keyboard looks more like the victim of a tremor than an input device. One divide separates the main keymap into two units (similar to a split keyboard), and the second frees the number pad. A metal base joins...

Feb, 2004

Product Specifications


Calculator Functionality: No
Chip Card Reader: No
Flexible Keyboard: No
Integrated Cursor Control:No / Not Applicable
Magnetic Card Reader: No
Numerical Block Included: No
Remote Control: No
Separate Mouse Included: No
USB Hub: No
Voice Control: No

General Features

Platform:PC / Mac
Supported Console:Not Applicable
Type of Connection:Cable