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Inland u-Touch Ergonomic/Multimedia Keyboard - keyboard

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

12 reviews

Feb, 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.

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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(Based on 12 reviews)

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Consumer review by: Welwood (newegg.com)

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

None

Sep, 2008

Consumer review by: Samus_in_Zebes (newegg.com)

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

Consumer review by: ev0lution7 (newegg.com)

GET THIS NOW

 

GOod Job newegg.com

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

NONE

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: no-typin foo! (newegg.com)

nice!

 

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

Consumer review by: Dante (newegg.com)

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

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Do Not Buy

 

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

None

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

Feb, 2008

Consumer review by: MGA (newegg.com)

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

Consumer review by: TH (newegg.com)

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

none

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: datornado25 (newegg.com)

Nice keyboard

 

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

Bulky, but not a huge problem.

Sep, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

70104 handrest

 

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

The palm rest is NOT detachable.

Apr, 2007
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