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Kensington's Ci73 Wired Keyboard is one of the company's entry-level keyboards.

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Pros

keyboard is thin enough that you won't need a palmrest

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solidly constructed to take heavy use without showing any signs of wear

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has a nice feeling as you type, responsive and satisfying

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media keys are convenient, saves some time playing with menus

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accurately mimics the feel of a laptop keyboard, has a kind of "shock absorption"

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keys are quiet, don't make loud clacking noises

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

layout of the Alt, Del, Home PgUp/Down and End keys is unusual and takes some getting used to

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no mute button along the top, need to actually click on the volume controller to get it to mute

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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Kensington's Ci73 Wired Keyboard is one of the company's entry-level keyboards. Its main design feature is that it is more compact than standard desktop keyboards, taking up 35% less space but still remaining ergonomic. The keys themselves are also low profile and offer a comfortable soft-touch feel. This keyboard is compatible with both Windows and Mac platforms and uses a single USB connection to attach to the computer. It also automatically goes to sleep when the computer does to conserve power.

Features
  • Low-profile form factor
  • 35% less space than typical keyboards
  • Soft-touch keys
  • Mac/PC compatible
  • Uses USB 2.0 connection
  • Automatic sleep mode
  • Ergonomic design
  • Entry-level pricing
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