Reviews and Problems with Chester Creek LessonBoard
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Value for money 8
5 February 2013
Summary: We already had the Chester Creek Learning Board for my 5 yr old's computer. The kids love it b/c it's so colorful and they can find the keys easier due to the coloring. ("It's a green key.") When we first got that keyboard, my oldest was five and the younger one was 2.5 yrs.
Summary: The larger keys like the shift and spacebar are missing the metal pieces that allow them to move evenly. You have to work really hard to depress the shift and hit the space bar several times to type a single space.
Summary: I have had the keyboard for several weeks now. Infinitely better than the cheap Logitech keyboard I was using. It worked great when it was new. Unfortunately, the space-bar is starting to get harder to push down sometimes; -- same with the right shift key.
Summary: Took typing in college and have used a keyboard every day since. But.....if I would have had this keyboard in college, my typing now would be 10x faster! I have improved overnight. If you want to learn to type "the right way" buy this keyboard - and only buy it from Walmart...
Summary: I bought this for the PC I'm building for my 12-year old niece. It's appealing to kids but it isn't a terrible eye-sore. I'm going to suggest that my sister and her daughter paint their fingernails matching colors with the keys.
Pros: Nice typing feel, very smooth. Keyboard feels solid and of expected quality.
Cons: There are no little swivel flaps on the bottom to allow the option of turning the keyboard at an upward angle.