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Kensington 72407 Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard

Kensington 72407 Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard
alaScore 87

21 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the size and build quality. The usability and reliability are also mentioned favorably.

value for money, reliability, usability, build quality, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Kensington 72407 Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Kensington 72407 Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 user reviews of Kensington 72407 Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Keyboards on Amazon.com.

value for money, reliability, build quality, usability

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Kensington Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard (K72407US)

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Kensington Pro Fit Wired Media Keyboard K72407US Black USB Wired Ergonomic Keyboard

 

Comfortable keyboard, quiet keys. Can't beat it for the price.

Price. Volume and Media keys

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What Wrist Pads???

 

I bought this for the Organization's Director because NewEgg no longer carries the Microsoft Internet Keyboard with it's large wrist rest. I am sure someone at the office will be happy with it, but the boss definitely won't. I am very dissapointed.

It is all nice shiny plastic

The item description on the website does NOT match what was sent. I bought this because the description stated it had a "fully padded wrist rest". There is nothing but hard plastic on the entire keyboard - nothing resembling a wrist rest, padded or...

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Great for price

 

I think its great for its price, i just wish the bottom wrist area was softer and allowed a little higher then one setting as most keyboards have a flat, low and high resting area.

Hotkeys were useful, nice shape, perfect size for keyboard tray [fit perfectly to the mm

Unfortunately it doesn't go as high up as i'd like, also thought the wrist rest it mentioned was soft [like the pads but that was my mistake

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Great

 

PnP install. All buttons work without hassle. Keys feel nice

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It's pretty good!

 

Like one other guy mentioned that I read: there takes some getting use to with the lip on the bottom of the keyboard. At first it was awkward, but like him, it's starting to work out and feel all right.

I like this keyboard. Fit, finish, feel is great esp. considering that this keyboard is priced just around $20. Key strokes are not as soft as some of those specifically built soft-touch keyboards, but it's good enough; personally, I feel like I get...

Uhh.... Everything is relative; for $20, there are no cons

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Nice!

 

You'd never know this baby was water-proof from the way it performs!I read the negative reviews on other 'moisture resistant' keyboards and took heed.This badboy has none of those negative features like the need to mash the keys (sometimes repeatedly)...

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Best multimedia keyboard for the $$

 

This keyboard would be a top pick to consider for a budget computer build where you require multimedia buttons and its adequate on a gaming rig as well.

For roughly 20 to 25 dollars this keyboard exemplifies value ; It doesn't have the weighty feel other keyboards have and the keys don't make a mechanical imitation sound or instantly spring back up ready to be pressed again but it does feel very...

The cable is somewhat on the short side, only feels like 4 feet maybe 4 and a half, but for the price who cares, plug the thing into a front port

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Solid Keyboard

 

I chose this over the other Pro Fit keyboard becuase keys above the arrow keys are in a more standard position. The extra programmed keys are at the top out of the way which I like. I don't use most of them because it's quicker for me to just use my...

Standard keyboard layout ; Good feel, I like the extended length at the bottom of the ; board ; Speaker volume controls come in handy

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OCJ

 

They don't build 'em like they used to, but this comes as close as you're going to get. I bought it as a replacement for the keyboard that came with my new Dell desktop, which was kind of flimsy and flaky out of the box; and it's a lot more comfortable...