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I-rocks Kr-6421-bk Black Usb Wired Slim Keyboard

I-rocks Kr-6421-bk Black Usb Wired Slim Keyboard
alaScore 82

10 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites.

value for money, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the I-rocks Kr-6421-bk Black Usb Wired Slim Keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 10 reviews)

User Reviews  

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i-rocks KR-6421-BK Black USB Wired Slim Keyboard

 

Blue LEDs are bright. Takes some time to get used to the new key layout.

Excellent compact size, thin, and keys are very responsive. Big Enter key

Backspace key too small

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i-rocks KR-6421-BK Black USB Wired Slim Keyboard

 

super thin, very quiet and compact. its a perfect... so is the price. I highly recomend you buy it

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Very good keyboard

 

Not sure I like the flat keys, but I'm getting used to them. I wish they'd make a wired one without the number pad.

I love the keypress "feel" and tactile feedback of this keyboard. This is very important to me - many keyboards today feel "squishy" to me

Layout: I knew going in I'd dislike the layout of this keyboard (the big enter key pushes the \ key up to where I normally hit backspace.) I'm getting used to that ; My KVM doesn't recognize the scroll-lock button, so I can't -[1,2] to switch between...

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Nice Slim Board

 

I wanted a cheap keyboard ... but solid and small and this was exactly what i was looking for ...

slim design ; soft touch ; blue lights

bright blue lights (easy to deal with ; cant say to much else

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Twice a Charm?

 

I gave it 4 eggs because I know inside that the first one was a fluke...or at least I'm hoping so. Corsair support was quick and professional. I rma'd it and they sent a new one without any hassles. I hope that no one has the frustration of one dying...

exactly what I wanted to try ; very low profile ; little blue led always on, when computer in standby/sleep ; so far, I like it a lot ; cost effective

some keys should be full-size (Esc) ; little hard to get used to, since it is different than my notebook, but it's what I expected

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uncomfortable keyboard

 

i do not recommend it

the keyboard is pretty slim

the keys are flat, it is not comfortable to use ; because of the slim design, keys positions are changed and Enter key is reduced ; not very good for office use

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great keyboard

 

Great keyboard. Like some others mentioned a few of the keys are in a non standard fit.. but I expected it and am already getting used to it. Greta price with great quality. I wish this one was backlit.. I didn't like the key layout of their backlit...

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Very comfortable

 

Nice cool black design ; Good quality for the price ; the keys are very soft, you don't have to press hard ; Overall a cool looking keyboard

The LEDs are VERY bright!! It has four that signal the power, num lock, caps lock, and scroll lock, and if you have them all on it can really seem blinding if you have sensitive eyes. I have all the locks off so just the power one is on but its still...

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i-rocks KR-6421-BK Black USB Wired Slim Keyboard

 

I purchased this to replace my black i-rocks kr-6170 (that I broke) which no one seems to stock. Overall this keyboard is just as good as that one.

Looks cool ; Scissor structure so the keyboard feels like a laptop keyboard ; No gigantic scratch prone glossy surfaces ; Relatively inexpensive ; Slim

Is the LED indicating the power, really necessary ; arrows keys are a bit small ; Backspace key a little too small ; Home, pgup pgdn and end keys are used by pressing Fn and one of the arrow keys (doesn't really bother me though)

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Sexy. Solid.

 

When I first opened it up I was a little surprised with how small it is. It's a full keyboard for sure, yet still very compact and slim. I'm slightly skeptical about the markings on the keys and their longevity. They appear to be stickers, and if you...

This is my second i-rocks keyboard and I'm quickly becoming a fan. This new design shows definite improvements and is very comfortable to use. Keystrokes are short and responsive, with near silent typing. Aesthetics are both subtle and sexy ; Cord...

Layout is a little unorthodox and tightly spaced, so there's a bit of a learning curve with a few of the keys - namely 'delete', 'esc' and 'backspace'. The function keys are also a bit tricky, as they don't have the typical separation between them and...