macally IceKey USB Slim Keyboard

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Macally IceKey
USB Slim Keyboard
Conclusion
January 13, 2006
Introduction IceKey USB Slim: A Closer Look Conclusion


Pros
  • Extremely slim keyboard
  • Very responsive keys
  • USB ports on each side of the keyboard
  • Riser flaps are firm and not "loose" like many keyboards
  • High-quality contact pads which don't slide around
  • Beveled keys for more typing accuracy
  • Fits small desktop areas
Suggestions
  • USB2.0 updated version
Cons
  • None observed
This particular review took a little longer because I wanted to actually use the keyboard for an extended period of time, allowing myself to get used to it or simply not liking it and sticking (no pun intended, really) with my regular keyboard.

I have to say, my regular keyboard is doing quite well being comfortably packed in my closet.

The macally IceKey USB Slim Keyboard receives a rating of:

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

After 4 weeks of constant use, the macally IceKey USB Slim performed very well. Key response was accurate, quick, and I noticed I didn't have to press down so far like my regular keyboard. For those who have desktops which allow only a few inches of room underneath in a slide-out desk, the IceKey is perfect. If you're shopping for a new keyboard, and want something thinner, easier to type on, and even stylish and elegant, get the IceKey USB Slim. I highly recommend it.



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