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Keypad
alaScore 82

4 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design. The usability also gets good feedback.

usability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Keypad is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 4 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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Bluetooth Keypad WKP-1314 Review

 

Clever, simple design. Easy to attach and remove. Allows you to power off Wireless Keyboard without removing keypad. Can be used as a MacBook keypad too. Includes batteries and excellent manual

Occasionally flaky about connecting to your Mac, but instantly behaves when you tap its power button. Can’t use keystrokes that involve both keyboard and keypad at the same time. No battery status in OS X's Bluetooth menu

I can finally dust off my Apple Wireless Keyboard and use it -- and it’s all thanks to LMP’s ingeniously designed Bluetooth keypad. For me, numpads aren’t optional -- reaching to the right to bash numbers, symbols, and that big fat Enter key is...

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Review: Gboard keypad for Gmail

 

Google Gmail gets its own dedicated power user keypad.

Works as advertised ; Quick for rapidly flagging messages ; Low-cost and simple ; Multi-OS support

No real revolution in Gmail ; Memorization seemingly defeats the point

The Gboard is essentially a 19-key external number pad similar to what one would buy for a notebook to make numerical entry easier. The build quality, size, and weight of the Gboard are all what we would expect; nothing special, but certainly adequa

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Review: Gboard keypad for Gmail

 

Google Gmail gets its own dedicated power user keypad.

Works as advertised ; Quick for rapidly flagging messages ; Low-cost and simple ; Multi-OS support

No real revolution in Gmail ; Memorization seemingly defeats the point

The Gboard is essentially a 19-key external number pad similar to what one would buy for a notebook to make numerical entry easier. The build quality, size, and weight of the Gboard are all what we would expect; nothing special, but certainly adequa

Product Specifications

It is a 17-key numeric keypad for your Libris BN 32P.
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