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Genius LuxeMate i200
7.6 out of 10

Genius LuxeMate i200

Stylish slim keyboard Compact size design for space-saving * Read more

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Overall 10

the nicest keyboard

Mitch A., Newegg
6 June 2015
  • Summary: Since the size and weight aren't listed, here is that info: Dimensions 12.6" x 5.6" x 1" Weight: 15.8 ounces I actually bought this keyboard for a non-tech friend of mine that didn't want a full-sized keyboard with number keys at the right.
  • Pros: small, lightweight, nice keyboard
  • Cons: has keys that some won't use (or want) for a minimal keyboard
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Overall 10

Great full size keyboard.

NPBTC, Staples
12 February 2015
  • Excerpt: Great keyboard for small desks. The size allows you to have a full keyboard and a mouse on a pull out drawer of a narrow desk. This is very important for a good workstation set up.
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Overall 4


Josh T., Newegg
18 September 2014
  • Summary: I was running this keyboard on an old machine with multiple users. With users logging on and off the machine it was too much of an annoyance to keep using so I can't comment as to the durability or lasting of this device, but it didn't last more than a week in my household.
  • Pros: Fits into a tight spot if that's all you have.
  • Cons: Super annoyed with the default being the keyboard being in number mode. Every logout/reboot/login you have to remember to press FN+NumLock to type in a PW or just to use the keyboard in general. If this weren't the case it would be a 5 egg keyboard in my opinion.
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Overall 8

Does what it advertises

Han S., Newegg
16 January 2014
  • Pros: small, compact, lightweight, easy to type
  • Cons: On rare occasions, it freezes my computer for some reason if I plug it into certain USB ports on my laptop (I have the still somewhat new Windows 8, so I don't know if that has something to do wiht it.)
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Overall 10

Nice Keyboard

Joshua C., Newegg
16 November 2013
  • Summary: This keyboard would find an excellent companion with a trackball on a cramped desktop layout. Wish I had this 15 years ago on my Pentium 2 PC! The chicklet keys may be a pro or a con for you; that's why I left it here. I rather like them. Final Verdict: Highly recommended!
  • Pros: Small. Excellent for small desks and workbenches. USB HID. Works on absolutely anything, even Windows 98 PCs and USB-Host capable tablets! Has all the keys and indicator LEDs of a full-size keyboard. Full-size keys - I'm able to touch-type on it at full speed.
  • Cons: The numeric keypad is a laptop-style Overlay that's enabled by Num-Lock. It's easy to accidentally leave it on and type numbers while touch-typing! USB cable is a little on the short side. Might need a USB extension cable if your PC is on the floor... Nitpick: The shiny plastic collects smudges a...
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Overall 10

Nice little keyboard

Joseph T., Newegg
17 April 2013
  • Summary: I bought this for my wife, to replace another small keyboard that is perhaps six years old (which will be saved as a working backup). She's on her PC for hours each day and likes this keyboard. I've only used it a little, but if I needed a[nother] small keyboard, I'd probably buy one for myself.
  • Pros: Small. Good feel; has some feedback. Large backspace.
  • Cons: None found. Small size or lack of number pad are not cons in a product of this type and size.
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Overall 10

Great little keyboard

Scott B., Newegg
21 February 2013
  • Pros: Great size, nice look, very solid. Works as expected.
  • Cons: starts up with number lock on, you have to press the Fn key and the number lock key at the same time to turn off the number lock.
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Overall 8

cheap doesn;t mean junk

Parham N., Newegg
18 August 2012
  • Summary: wish the volume had dedicated volume control instead of using the Fn key. it doesn't register the Function keystrokes when used at the same time as a full screen game.
  • Pros: space saving! the keys are pretty quiet but they do have a bit of wobble in them and not as solidly built as the Apple keyboards but the price is enough to justify that.
  • Cons: could do less with the branding and website printed right on the keyboard.
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Overall 2

Cheap keyboard incompatible with linux

Scott D., Newegg
24 July 2012
  • Summary: There is nothing to distinguish this keyboard from other cheap lightweight keyboards in the same price range. It feels like a toy.
  • Pros: It's small, so if you don't use a numeric keypad and want to use a mouse with your right hand it's convenient.
  • Cons: Does not work with Linux. Despite what I have seen from other reviews the keys are just mushy and blah.
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Overall 10

Great bang for the buck

dan c., Newegg
3 July 2012
  • Pros: Key feedback is very good. Also pretty quiet.
  • Cons: Cord length could be a little longer.
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