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Adesso-akb-210.1340605
6.5 out of 10

Adesso AKB-210

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Reviews and Problems with Adesso AKB-210

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Overall 4
4.0

User Review

Devin B., Newegg
13 August 2012
  • Summary: Looks cool on site, when you get it it's not all that great
  • Pros: Durable
  • Cons: Hard to type on Short cored.
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Overall 6
6.0
Value for money 10
10

User Review

an anonymous customer, Walmart
5 May 2010
  • Summary: It's cool to have but i only had mine a week and it stoped working and i didn't do anything to it. I would recommend this product but watch out it might mess up like mine did.
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Overall 6
6.0

ADESSO Mini Keyboard

Anonymous, Newegg
19 September 2009
  • Summary: Must plug in to hardware before powering on as stated in directions.
  • Pros: Liquid retardant. Folds for easy carry.
  • Cons: Almost all keys do not work. Dissappointing.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great travel keyboard

Jack S., Newegg
8 June 2009
  • Summary: I give this product 4 eggs because it does what it is designed to do...a keyboard that is easily packed and is plug and play. I've used it in conjunction with a travel mouse on my netbook when on the road, and it is a vast improvement over the tiny keyboard on the netbook. Its design trades performance for portability, but it's a fair deal. Don't like that? Get a cheap regular keyboard and find a way to get it into your luggage.
  • Pros: Item works as billed. It's spill proof and can be folded/rolled for compact storage and easy packing when cargo space is limited. When you are dealing with limited storage space, this product gets the job done.
  • Cons: As others say, it takes time to get used to this type of keyboard. The difference between how this works from a normal keyboard will slow your typing speed, but I hope some day this issue is resolved. While having the comfort of a normal sized keyboard, I certainly would not want to use it as my "daily driver."
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Overall 4
4.0

Absolute Frustration

Stephen M., Newegg
21 May 2009
  • Summary: Prompt reliable service from newegg as always
  • Pros: On the positive side, this keyboard is exactly as advertised. it's flexible, made entirely of rubber and is completely spill-proof.
  • Cons: This is literally the most frustrating keyboard I have ever used. One reviewer said that the keys were "touchy". However, it's quite the contrary. You absolutely have to slam down on the keys to get them to respond. On an average keyboard, I type an average of 90 words per minute. On this piece of junk, I can type around 35 words per minute; with enough typos to float a boat. Needless to say, I'm junking this thing and buying a real keyboard for less. Save your money!
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Overall 8
8.0

Foldable Mini Keyboard

Bhagath P., Newegg
3 February 2009
  • Summary: This is my very 1st order with Newegg. The shipping was lighting fast. I placed the order at around 3 PM on Monday and they had the item delivered to me by 11 AM the very next day. If you are new to Newegg like me, and are interested in this product, do not hesitate. You know you want it. Go ahead and get this cool little gadget. You'll love it.
  • Pros: Light,thin profile,flexible, fancy looking gadget on your desk. I got the keyboard delivered to my office this afternoon. It was a beauty to look at right out of the box. i had around 10 people come to my desk to investigate this new device in the 1st 10 mins of opening the box. Keys are super sensitive. Since they are made of rubber, it lacks the smooth feel of a normal keyboard. Not a bad thing, but worth a note. I have Vista 64 bit on my laptop and the keyboard was...
  • Cons: Not really a con but worth nothing. 1) The keyboard is VERY flexible. Hence need a very hard but not necessarily a flat surface. i tested by placing it on small scribble pad over my lap and it worked OK. Not perfect though. For that you really need the flat surface of your desk. 2) There are few keys missing. Such as Home, End, Left Ctrl, Page UP and Down, Fn (if you plan to use this with a Laptop). 3) The top membrane is very flexible and wobbly. It feels like there ...
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Overall 10
10

Durable and works good

Rod L., Newegg
8 December 2008
  • Pros: Works well and very portable and spill your drink all you want
  • Cons: nothing
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Ryan F., Newegg
19 November 2008
  • Summary: I got this for a backup/build keyboard as most people have wireless KBs these days and DOS and some BIOS doesn't like some wireless/bluetooth keyboards.
  • Pros: Folding keyboard and won't break if dropped, how can you lose!
  • Cons: No maybe a bit expensive next to another competitors site but with Newegg's fast shipping it is worth it.
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Overall 4
4.0

Don't get it..........

Lallchan D., Newegg
15 November 2008
  • Summary: Its ok, but not the best water-proof keyboard that i've used.
  • Pros: Ok, its great for when you have kids around that always have a juice box or some soda in a glass or something..........COMPLETELY liquid proof. Its easy to store, and is kid proof, so if you're kids want to take the keyboard and bend it up and throw it or whatever, its fine.
  • Cons: The sensitivy of the keys are very high, the normal weight of you're hand will press the keys, took me about a week and a half to get used to it.
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Overall 6
6.0

Meh

Robert K., Newegg
21 May 2008
  • Summary: Newegg was lightning fast as usual. If i ever won the lottery i would just sign the check over to them.
  • Pros: It's compact and foldable just like it says in the title. It rolls up nice and fits in my laptop bag consuming very little space. Made fairly well to my surprise.
  • Cons: Very, very difficult to type with. Keys are bendy and rubbery, you have to push straight down on the key, but if you put your fingers on the homekeys (like i was trained to do in Catholic School and have never since stopped out of fear of a nun jumping out of my closet and smacking my knuckles with a ruler) but anyways, if your fingers are on the homekeys and you move to type, you have to press the key straight down and with more effort that a regular keyboard. I can ...
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