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AZIO KB351RT Black USB RF Wireless Slim Keyboard

alaScore 80

18 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the build quality. The design also gets good feedback, but there are some negative reviews about the value for money.

design, build quality

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the AZIO KB351RT Black USB RF Wireless Slim Keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 18 reviews)

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Perfect for an entertainment center

 

Know what you're getting into with this. It isn't a keyboard you want to type a paper on, but it works well as essentially a very large remote control with a lot of functionality.

This keyboard works great for what I use it for. I have a computer in the living room hooked to a TV and we watch netflix and other movies on it. The volume hotkeys work well with Windows 7 and the range is good enough for me to control the computer...

Keys are really small and hard to type on, this is not something that one would want to use for more than basic navigation of a computer ; There is a timeout function on the track ball, my guess is to conserve battery. It can be frustrating, at times...

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Scroll function Died after 4 days

 

Should have read the reviews

Keys are small, yet i was able to commit the key pattern in a matter of days

Scroll function stopped working on 4th day of use. Went to go use it and it would not scroll in one direction. Thought it was the batteries, charged them, installed other batteries, did not solve the proble

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AZIO KB351RT Black 80 Normal Keys USB RF Wireless Slim Keyboard

 

I am using this keyboard from about 10ft from the PC and the signal seems to drop out for a couple of seconds every minute or so. I haven't had any problems typing with it but the trackball will stop working for 1-2 seconds at a time which gets quite...

Small, nice placement of trackball/mouse click buttons make it easy to use, keys feel really nice when typing with good tactile feedback and spacing between keys. Is re-chargeable and comes with 2 re-chargeable batteries

Spotty reception, trackball does not work very well

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Pretty Good

 

I would buy a regular sized wireless keyboard (w/ trackball) if I had the opportunity to change my mind.

Compact, pretty, light, worked out-of-box

Loses connection randomly but, comes back with on/off switch

Consumer review by:

VERY SMALL

 

keys are smaller, but thats what help to make it a smaller keyboard.

Perfect for what i need. Can recharge AAA bat by just plugging in to a usb ; easy to use

none yet

Consumer review by:

Works perfectly.

 

I used a usb extension cable to place the dongle away from my box and that worked best. I have my PC running through a DVI switch so I can use my computer in my office or in the living room and this keyboard works through a wall about 20' from the...

Plug and play Win 7 and XP. Works over 20 feet through a wall. All Windows shortcuts work perfectly. Tiny keyboard, but keys are big enough and spaced well for typing short emails or web searches. Trackball and mouse button placement is very easy to...

Fingerprints are instant and pretty hard to clean. A flat finish would be nice. Definitely need to place the usb dongle away from computer cases and other metal surfaces

Consumer review by:

JUNK

 

This is much smaller than I thought it would be. Not really a con. I guess if you expecting it you might actually like it. I have big hands and find it hard to type on.

None

Poor quality, flimsy, cheap, doesn't work well ; The biggest Con is that this doesn't work very well. The 2.4 Ghz wireless signal drops off constantly and you have to re-pair the keyboard. I bought 2 of these and 1 of them works for 2 or 3 minutes at a...

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Trackball stopped working. Good otherwise

 

I use this at a range of about 10ft, and it is responsive ; With medium-sized hands, I'm able to type using the asdf jkl; finger positioning ; Looks cool ; All the buttons you'd expect to find on a regular keyboard, including the top number keys, media...

Trackball stopped working after less than a month of very infrequent use. I'm not sure what the problem was, my best guess is something interfering with the optical sensor or maybe loose wiring. Normally, a light on the keyboard is lit when you move...

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First wireless keyboard... very impressed

 

Perfect for a HTPC, but I wouldn't consider it for any other use.

I was able to install Windows 7 using this keyboard; that NEVER would have been possible in the WinXP era. The keyboard is a perfect size for complementing my HTPC setup. The trackball/mouse interface is amazingly comfortable

The keys are a little small for my hands, but for HTPC usage, i.e. not typing a 1000 work essay, it does the trick. It also tends to drop the signal every once in a while, but flicking the on/off switch fixes it quickly every time

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Nice, While It Worked***

 

GOING TO RMA THIS AND GIVE IT ONE MORE CHANCE?!?!?!?

Everything you'd want in an HTPC Keyboard EXCEPT back-lit keys ; Nice size, good range, rechargeable battery capability, well thought out design ; But, of course none of the above matters if it DOES NOT WORK

PURCHASED 1-19-2011...2-10-2011 TRACKBALL HAS STOPPED WORKING

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