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Inland u-Touch Ergonomic/Multimedia Keyboard - keyboard

Inland u-Touch Ergonomic/Multimedia Keyboard - keyboard
alaScore 78

12 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews of Inland u-Touch Ergonomic/Multimedia Keyboard - keyboard. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the durability. The price is also appreciated.

design, price, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Inland u-Touch Ergonomic/Multimedia Keyboard - keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Great Buy


If you're looking for an inexpensive keyboard in this style, this is a great purchase.

Great buy if you like split ergonomic style keyboards. The keys are quiet, and have a good springy feel to them. It's truly plug and play


Sep, 2008

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A solid, comfortable keyboard.


If you have pain in your fingers or wrists from playing videogames, you may really want to give this keyboard a try. I wish I had switched to an ergonomic keyboard years ago.

A very sturdy and well-designed keyboard. Nice quiet keys, soft to the tap with a very gentle spring back. A nice positioning of the arrow keys that makes it more intuitive when playing games. Very comfortable on the hands, wrists and arms, my wrist...

A useless set of shortcut buttons, you will probably never use unless you just love shortcuts. It can take about a week to become adjusted to the key layout. The spacebar will stick a bit until it's broken in from use

Aug, 2008

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GOod Job

Supurb keyboard one of the best even better than my micro$0FT ergo... and looks sexy on my desk


Apr, 2008

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The most "basic" split/ergo WIRED keyboard I've been able to find. As a matter of fact, just about the only "basic" wired split/ergo keyboard you can find anymore that is patterned after the original MS Naturals (which as you can probably tell I really...

Very nice keyboard. I'm still sort of getting used to it, as it has some very minor/subtle differences from the MS Natural Keyboard Elite it replaced. But overall am very happy with it. It is a fairly quiet/soft keyboard to type on, which is great for...

None really. A few of the keys are positioned/sized just a little differently especially around the space bars - something I know I'll get used to as I use the keyboard, but not a problem really

Mar, 2008

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Good basic ergonomic keyboard.


This is really a Chicony KB-9938 keyboard. Drivers for Win 98, 2000, Me and XP came with it. It works with Windows Vista without any driver installations. The keys feels slightly mushy, but is a good solid feedback. As to the N/A review complaining...

Very comfortable ergonomic feel. And it doesn't default the F1-12 keys to Microsoft hotkeys like the Microsoft keyboards does

No software came with it, nor is it available on the Web, so you cannot customize the multi-media keys. The ALT and CTRL keys are slightly misplaced for my gaming purposes. And there's no "Play" button for the multi-media keys

Feb, 2008

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Do Not Buy


Do Not Buy It / waste of my money / rip off


Does not work / No Drivers ; USB Device is NOT Recognized

Feb, 2008

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Great keyboard


Great turnaround time by newegg (as usual)

Great ergonomic design. Saved my wrists from further torture. Surprisingly sturdy structure - I'm a heavy handed typer at times (especially when chatting or gaming) so this came in handy. Will probably buy another keyboard from this company

Just a couple nitpicks regarding the hotkeys: if you're not careful, you can hit the sleep/hibernate hotkey at the top of the keyboard; I never use the Email hotkey, perhaps something more useful could have been added instead

Nov, 2007

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Quality Keyboard


highly recommended.

This is a solid keyboard. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another if I needed it. Keys have solid feel and the ergonomics means my hands are nice and comfy


Oct, 2007

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Nice keyboard


Nice design, definitely made a difference on my wrists and hands, convenient hot keys.

Bulky, but not a huge problem.

Sep, 2007

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70104 handrest


Sounds like a real deal as far as I can tell.

The palm rest is NOT detachable.

Apr, 2007