I ordered a UK keyboard, the confirm = UK, box said 'UK' but it was German inside!!!
Robin Russel, Amazon
28 May 2014
Summary: How does a German keyboard end up in a UK box? I bought it to replace my dying previous version (which was GREAT) so haven't opened the box within the 30-day limit. Here I am, stuck with a new German keyboard and a dying UK one. Fab.
Summary: I was getting pains in the right arm, which appeared to be the result of the strain imposed by using the mouse. The solution has been (a) to get this narrow keyboard, which means that the arm does not have to move out so far to the side to use the mouse and (b) to get a vertical mouse, so that the movement of the arm and wrist is more natural. The combination has worked.
Summary: This is an inexpensive keyboard, yet is well made. However, some keys have a very stiff action, and the angle of the keyboard is fixed (it does not have flip out 'legs'). Seems to be wearing well with daily use, with no fading of the lettering on the keys.
Summary: Low star rating just because of how this is build. The buttons are ridiculously chunky and therefore made such a big noise when typing. A bit like a trip to the 80s! Also, it looks plastic and cheap.