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SIIG USB Desktop Keyboard with Mechanical Key Switches

SIIG USB Desktop Keyboard with Mechanical Key Switches
alaAverage 2.5

6 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the build quality. The design is also appreciated. There are some mixed opinions about the value for money, and there are some negative opinions about the size.

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On average, users rate this product 50/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

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A waste of money

 

High-tech landfill for the new millenium

I love the sound and feel of this keyboard...on the few occasions that it actually worked

It usually doesn't work

Consumer review by:

Just RUN away

 

Newegg's customer service is fantastic, they should pull this product though.

There are no pros

I was send 2 keyboards, both did not work ; Keyboard 1: Arrives poorly packaged in a BAG. I take it out of the bag, and keys start falling off the keyboard. I never even plugged it in. Called Newegg, and to their credit, I was next-dayed a...

Consumer review by:

good solid feel, key placement issues

 

I like the feel of this keyboard so much, I'm going to give it a try for a couple more days, and see if I can get comfortable with the key arrangement.

This keyboard is very solid, and has exactly the sort of tactile feel you would want from a mechanical keyboard. The price is reasonable for a good quality keyboard

I have one significant problem with this keyboard: the L-shaped ENTER key ; This displaces the backslash key up a row from where it is on most keyboards these days, which in turn cuts the size of the backspace key in half of what it is on most typical...

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Nostalgia inducing

 

Probably not worth the price they are asking for it, but for a guy who codes with command line gcc and emacs... this bad boy is right at home on my desk.

Reminds me of the linux computing cluster at CMU from the late 90s. Typing most things is a pleasure with the firm recoil of these keys

The backspace key is too small... keep hitting Insert by accident

Consumer review by:

Noisy

 

Sturdy, minimalist design. Tactile feedback, USB with included PS/2 adapter. Jet black matte finish

I was actually quite pleased by the quality. I bought this for the "clicky" noises but was not expecting the loud rattle just touching the keys

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SIIG JK-US0112-S1 Black 104 Normal Keys USB or PS/2 Slim Keyboard with Mechanical Key Switches

 

this product inspired me to haiku: clicky boards of eighty-three awesomely fine axe i wish they had USB

included usb-ps2 adapter. meh

pure waste of money. this keyboard bills itself as "heavy duty", and isn't even close to the quality that the pricetag would lead one to believe

Product Specifications

Elegant and ergonomic design Full size desktop keyboard Mechanical key switches for the touch and feel typists prefer Dual interface - USB or PS/2

Dimensions & Weight

Weight:1.3lbs

Header

Compatibility:PC
Manufacturer:SIIG
Model:USB Desktop Keyboard with Mechanical Key Switches
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:SIIG

Input Device

Connectivity Technology:Wired
Ergonomic Design: Yes
Form Factor:External
Interface (DA):PS/2 / USB
Keyboard Layout:QWERTY
Type:Keyboard

Miscellaneous

Color:Black

Service & Support

Type:5 years warranty

System Requirements

OS Required:Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition / Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 / Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Edition / Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition / Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 Edition / Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bits)
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