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Solidtek KB-3100

Solidtek KB-3100
alaScore 79

14 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Solidtek KB-3100 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 14 Show Reviews: in English

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Functional but not for regular use

 

Bought this to use along with a round gaming keyboard so I could type in chat without taking up all my desk with a regular keyboard. The keys take a very deliberate and forceful push to register, and the space bar needs to be hammered on to work. You...

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worked for about 50 keystokes

 

I still had the keyboard from my first pc, a Gateway 2000 P75, in a box somewhere. When I dug it out, it still worked. What is with these mini keyboards that have the lifespan of a fruit fly?

Just the right size for what I wanted - a small keyboard to use with my test stand for for changing BIOS and Windows settings. The Adesso mini keyboard that I had previously bought for this purpose suddenly quit working, so I didn't want to buy another...

Expensive, but I would be fine with the price if it worked. All I did with it was keying in correct settings for BIOS when testing new motherboards -- mostly the arrow keys. The third time I used it, I actually had to type in a couple words of text....

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Great Little Keyboard

 

Bought this for my new Edge which has an onscreen keyboard. I travel 3-4 times a year and wanted something portable, light and usable. This fits the bill on all accounts. I have had no problems with the keys, placement was easy to get used to, and it's...

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Small, efficient, compact, ideal for tablets

 

I bought this for use with an entourage edge dual-screen reader. This keyboard works great. Yes, it's small. However the main keys (alphas and numbers) are larger than the lesser-used symbols. I've used worse keyboards on 8 inch netbooks.Based on a...

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A perfect Flight SIM keyboard

 

Just for fun I typed this review with the mini board.Why this keyboard worked for me:Leaning over my flight sim yoke (or racing wheel) to type short messages was misery. I needed a solution, the super-mini was the answer. The super-mini is now part of...

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Tiny keyboard

 

I didn't realize how small this keyboard actually is till I received it. The keys are not standard size keys. To small for me to use as my primary keyboard.

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Great Little Keyboard

 

Purchased this keyboard to use on the road for PC tech work. Not the keyboard you want to use when writing your next novella, but great if you need a USB keyboard to type a few commands on a server or PC you're trying to work on.

Very small, easy to carry along ; Solid construction, has held up through weekly abuse where other "portable" keyboards have failed after a few months

Tiny keys, hard to type

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USB Connector Adapter

 

We needed a PS/2 connector, which this doesn't have, only the USB-PS/2 adapter, which was not recognized by any system it was attached to in multiple tests. If you need a classic PS/2 connector, I do not recommend this item.

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Nice, Small, Basic Keyboard.

 

This is a nice, small, basic keyboard. Great for use where space is limited. No bells or whistles, just the basics, which is all I needed. I have had no problems with the keys as another reviewer stated.

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micro keyboard

 

buy it

Awesome Micro Keyboard. I bought it for my headless linux box. Its perfect

small keys. But I wanted a micro keyboard. Not for everyday use

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