|Product type||Wireless keyboards|
|Full Size keyboard||Yes|
|Operation Style||Conductive Rubber|
|Style||Standard, For Laptop, Multifunctional Keyboard, ERGONOMICS, M|
|Sample lead time||3days|
|Place of Origin||China|
|Custom label and packaging||Support|
|Order minimum quantity||10|
|Payment way||Bank, Paypal, Western union|
|Feature||Thin and light integrated design,
14mm equilateral keycaps,1.3mm long keystrole and comfortable button rebound,double angle support,free switching stable and reliable,turn on the keyboard,intelligently wake up the host;close the keyboard,the device automatically enters the sleep state
Points to note when buying keyboard
1. Choose the type of keyboard
Computer keyboards can be divided into two categories: mechanical and capacitive. The mechanical keyboard is an early keyboard. It is characterized by greater force when hitting the keyboard, prolonged use can easily cause finger fatigue or even injury, the hand feel is relatively poor, the noise is relatively large, the keyboard is damaged quickly, and the failure rate is high. The characteristics of the capacitive keyboard are: the keyboard is struck less hard, the keystrokes sound is small, the hand feel is better, and the keyboard has a longer life. Therefore, it is wise to choose a capacitive keyboard.
2. Check the quality of the keyboard
The quality of computer keyboards produced by different manufacturers is very different, so when buying a keyboard, first check whether the exposed parts of the keyboard are processed finely and whether the surface is beautiful. Inferior computer keyboards are not only rough in appearance and poorly flexible buttons, but also the internal printed circuit board is not well crafted.
3. Pay attention to the feel of the keyboard
Because the keyboard has a lot of contact with the hand, the feel of the keyboard is also very important. If the feel is too light or soft, it is not good, unless you are used to such a keyboard; if the feel is too heavy or too hard, the keystrokes will be loud. The keys of a good keyboard should be smooth, soft, moderately flexible and sensitive. The keys should not shake in the horizontal direction and bounce up immediately after being released. A good mute keyboard should be nearly silent during the press-up process. Therefore, when you buy a keyboard, you have to try the feel. At that time, there are also big subjective factors. The most important thing is to feel comfortable and have a low sound.
4. Pay attention to the comfort of using the keyboard
If possible, it is best to use the ergonomic keyboard invented by Microsoft. The keyboard is divided into two parts, and the two parts are at a certain angle to adapt to the angle of the human hand, so that the inputter does not have to bend the wrist. There is also a wrist tray, which can hold the wrist and lift it up to avoid bending the wrist up and down. This kind of keyboard is mainly suitable for users who need a lot of keyboard input. The price is relatively high, and users are required to use the correct fingering method. Consumers should choose according to their own circumstances. At present, many standard keyboards have also added a wrist tray, which can also protect the wrist to a certain extent. These keyboards also often call themselves ergonomic keyboards. Pay attention to distinction.
5. Consider the layout of the keys
The layout of keys on PC keyboards of different manufacturers is sometimes not exactly the same. The number of keys on the keyboard has appeared 83 keys, 93 keys, 96 keys, 101 keys, 102 keys, 104 keys, 107 keys and so on. The current standard keyboard mainly has 104 keys and 107 keys. The 104 keyboard is also called the Win95 keyboard; the 107 keyboard is also called the Win98 keyboard, which has more power management keys such as sleep, wake up, and power on than the 104 keys. For people who are accustomed to win95 keyboards, it may be inconvenient for the extra three key positions to replace the original key positions. Therefore, you must pay attention to choosing a keyboard that suits your habits when buying.
6. Type of interface
At present, there are three common keyboard interfaces on the market: old AT interface (commonly known as big mouth), PS/2 interface (commonly known as small mouth), and USB interface. The old AT interface has been gradually eliminated, but there are still some keyboards using this interface on the market, friends should pay attention when buying. The keyboard with PS/2 interface has the largest market share now. If your motherboard is relatively old and only has an old-fashioned AT interface, you can buy an adapter cable to use the PS/2 keyboard on the AT interface, but this will lose the addition of 104 The function keys other than the key are used. The USB keyboard is a new product that appears soon, and its keyboard structure is basically the same as the AT and PS/2 keyboards, except that it has been changed to a USB interface. However, this kind of keyboard needs the support of the motherboard to be used under BIOS and DOS, so it is not suitable for purchase at present.