- Soft keystrokes. Quite noisy, but that doesn't matter to me. Ergonomic, you get used to it instantly. Almost a copy of the Apple keyboard. Heavy, sits tight on the table.
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Description of Keyboard A4Tech KV-300H gray
- Heavy as a poppy, cool keys, it smells + - of pleasant plastic, the keys are pressed super, there are two entrances on the sides (I don't use them), the case feels like metal, although it's plastic. THE PHOTO DOES NOT HAVE THE FN BUTTON, AS A RESULT IT IS AVAILABLE!
- It will hold it together if you move it (it doesn’t bother me personally), a small cut on the panel on the right (from the comments you can see that everyone has a problem with it, but somehow I don’t care, I bought a keyboard, not a sticker on top), the Enter key is small, but this is because I switched to another clave, you quickly get used to it and it's more of a nitpick. No more If this comment exists, then the keyboard is still not broken and everything is +- ok.
- + Heavy: does not move around the table when accidentally touched; + Pleasant to press keys; + Symbols on the keys of the same color (for me this is a plus)
- - Poorly visible status LEDs NumLock, CapsLock, ScrLock; - There are defects in the color of the body; - For some reason, the keyboard is curved in the center (marriage or design decision? );
- - With this type of keys - not expensive - Interesting keystroke, nice - I am clearly more comfortable with my hands on a low profile, not so the brush bends - We thought about the convenience, two usb is a topic, the mouse receiver will live in one :) - Heavy, does not crawl on the table
- Hard to tell
- curve around the perimeter.
- Low. Notebook. Moderately quiet. Pleasantly heavy - you can’t move it by accidental touch. Thick cable - specially measured with a caliper for everyone who writes about thin - 4mm. It's thick! )) For 10 months, nothing has been erased from the keys. USB on the sides.
- Afraid of liquids, yes.
- Ergonomic, stable, the font of 2022 letters is well readable, 2 convenient usb ports
- No backlight, no usb 3.0 ports
- The keyboard is excellent, I use one at work, so I bought it for home. Pleasant and comfortable to work with, the keys are pressed without strain or excessive pressure, very easy.
- The disadvantage is not at the keyboard, but at the point of issue - there is no sign.
- – Low-profile, laptop-like keys that are easy to press – Ergonomic design, metal base cool in summer, heavy and stable - Convenient (American) location of the Enter key, the absence of unnecessary Fn, the presence of a shortcut menu call key
- – Expensive (1.5 thousand) - Short-lived (the mount at the button broke (pictured), and not the scissor mechanism itself, but the upper "ears" at the base of the keyboard, that's all, unsuitable for repair at all) – Loud keys, even for the average user - There is not the slightest adjustment of height and angle of inclination
- The sound of someone typing is not overly audible. - The key travel is very light and low, which results in a slightly increased typing speed in comparison to keyboards that have keys that are of a standard height. - The conventional format, which, however, is not nearly as widespread as we would like it to be today. - Even while it might not seem necessary, a USB hub can come in handy on occasion (for example, when you need to connect a mouse, a headset, or an unusual flash drive).
- Take a look at the snapshot that I've included; it demonstrates what happens to the keys after a few years of consistent use (pay particular attention to the risk on the letter "J"). To pass the time while waiting for a fresh "individual" to show up at the pickup place, I've decided to write a review. - The cost has consistently appeared to be excessively high by a factor of three.
- Comfortable Typing: The keys on the A4Tech KV-300H are well-spaced and have a comfortable tactile feel, making typing for extended periods a breeze. Whether I'm working on documents or engaging in intense gaming sessions, the keyboard provides a smooth and effortless typing experience. Durable Build: The keyboard boasts a sturdy and durable construction. The keys are designed to withstand heavy use, ensuring that the keyboard remains reliable and functional even after prolonged usage. The solid build quality gives me confidence that this keyboard will last for years to come.
- No Wrist Rest: One drawback I noticed is the absence of a wrist rest. During long typing sessions, this can lead to slight discomfort or strain on the wrists. Adding a wrist rest could significantly improve the ergonomics of the keyboard. Limited Function Keys: The A4Tech KV-300H has a basic layout without dedicated media or macro keys. While it serves well for general typing tasks, having additional function keys would provide more convenience for multimedia controls and shortcut commands.
- ordinary cheap scissor clave. the plastic case, painted with the same paint as my first keyboard 18 years ago (it was also a cheap A4), will be erased in 2-3 years.
- not suitable for games, tk. bad feedback of the keys, not linear, but stepped. the film on the diodes is glued crookedly, see photo.