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Kensington ValuKeyboard Black

Kensington ValuKeyboard Black...

£7.48

Kensington ValuKeyboard Black

Product overview

More than 50 in stock
£7.48
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Delivery

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The Kensington ValuKeyboard delivers everything you expect from a keyboard. The included PS2 adapter extends compatibility options.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Kensington ValuKeyboard - keyboard
Device Type
Keyboard
Interface
USB
Features
Euro currency symbol
Colour
Black
Microsoft Certification
Compatible with Windows 7
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years warranty

Detail

General

Device Type
Keyboard
Interface
USB

Input Device

Features
Euro currency symbol

Expansion / Connectivity

Connections
1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A

Miscellaneous

Colour
Black
Compatible with Windows 7
"Compatible with Windows 7" software and devices carry Microsoft’s assurance that these products have passed tests for compatibility and reliability with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
Limited warranty - 5 years

Customer reviews

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5* Good Keyboard
Reviewed by Dave on 24/07/2010
Nice keyboard,
It does not have a euro key as stated though.

comes with ps2 and usb adaptor
5* Great, cheap keyboard
Reviewed by Peter G Green on 03/08/2006
I have a stackful of these in the office. Used to buy MS keyboard, but they're too big and fussy nowadays. Anyway, these keyboards are cheap, narrow, good feel and reliable. I'd have one any day.

Never had one go wrong either.
1* Failed within a week of very low usage
Reviewed by Anonymous on 13/10/2007
I didn't realise it was a US style keyboard so immediately ordered a replacement. However before I switched over to the replacement keyboard, the Kensington died. None of my machines see it when its plugged in and its lights don't even flash on power up.
1* Died after 1st month
Reviewed by Dave on 10/03/2006
I may just have got a dud one, but mine died after only a few weeks use.

PC no longer recognises it as a keyboard device. No lights show on the keyboard when it is plugged in.

As it is low priced I just scrapped it and bought a different brand from another supplier. Pity as it was a nice looking black keyboard.

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