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Kensington Ci73
6.5 out of 10

Kensington Ci73

With a design 35 percent thinner than a standard mouse, the Ci73 Read more

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Great Keyboard

Andrew S., Newegg
31 December 2010
  • Pros: Great key feel, holds up under heavy typing use.
  • Cons: Price Big cover on the top Lack of status lights.
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great keyboard for a programmer

Doug L., Newegg
30 November 2010
  • Pros: love the low-profile of this keyboard, excellent key feedback, makes a subtle and satisfying noise when you hit the keys. this has probably been the best keyboard i've bought (i have a few logitech kbs and also a g15 and g19 for my gaming pcs)- for programming this is the best keyboard i have eve...
  • Cons: the only con with this keyboard is that the usb cord is relatively short, it wouldn't reach my tower on the ground. i had to also buy a 5$ cord to extend the usb length another 3 feet.
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Amazing keyboard

Keegan L., Newegg
10 March 2010
  • Summary: Great keyboard for the price, stylish too. You won't regret getting it unless you prefer the big 80's style keyboards.
  • Pros: Keys have much better response than most slim keyboards. Construction is solid. Low profile is more comfortable than other keyboards. Worked right out of the box on Win7x64, media keys and all. Types much faster than my old keyboard(was also laptop style, but had "mushy" keys)
  • Cons: Keys don't seem to come off, so crumbs could be troublesome if you got any stuck in it. I thought the blue lettering was LED, but it's just paint, worried about how quickly the letters might wear off. With the feet down, it kind of rattles against the desk.
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Great!

Matthew B., Newegg
12 July 2009
  • Pros: This is a great keyboard! I use it at work as my main keyboard, I use it 8-9 hours a day 5-6 days a week, so it has stamina as a keyboard as well.
  • Cons: It's a little heavy, that's all.
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Feels exactly like a laptop

Anonymous, Newegg
24 May 2009
  • Summary: I herd that you couldn't realty read the letters on the keys, I don't think that at all, they seem fine by me.
  • Pros: Exactly what I hoped for, great keyboard, spaced out great, love the apple key because I have a mac.
  • Cons: Does not have any "light up" keys to know whether or not like caps lock is on, the up and down keys are kind of squished.
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pretty slick

Anonymous, Newegg
4 May 2009
  • Summary: bought this for my backup gaming board (incase my main one fails)... cheap, slim, compact... i like how the mid row keys are clustered together... do bad i dont use arrow movement anymore or this, this board woulda have been great years ago when i did hopefully i never have to use it...
  • Pros: affordable, small, compact... it works just what i was looking for in the pricerange i wanted to spend...
  • Cons: none really... woulda been nice if they offered a backlighting option... i would have gladly paid for for that kind of feature...
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User Review

Ryan L., Newegg
28 January 2009
  • Pros: The keyboard feels like a laptop keyboard which was the primary reason for the purchase. I have a laptop desktop mode configuration where my laptop is plugged to a 24" monitor and keyboard and the laptop is sitting under my desk on a printer cart. The goal was to keep my desk clean and have only ...
  • Cons: The "mac" button is annoying. I still hit it by mistake and hitting the key in combination with enter sends my laptop to screen lock mode (I use the key combination alt + enter for Photoshop a lot).
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High quality keys

Kyle M., Newegg
28 January 2009
  • Summary: Puts the stupid $85 Das keyboard I bough a few years back to shame. What a joke that was - a relabeled $25 bottom-end keytronics that required about 6 lbs of pressure to activate the keys.
  • Pros: Great feeling keys. Kensington makes the best keyboard on the market right now in my opinion. If you like the feel of laptop style keys, you'll appreciate this. Really low strike-force required to activate them, which makes it easier on the wrists for me. Very stylish and thin. More professional ...
  • Cons: If you aren't a touch typist AND work in a dimly lit area, I could see the blue print of the keys becoming an annoyance as they do not stand out as much as the photos suggest. Otherwise, they give it a more "elite" look that I like.
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Nice Keyboard

Matthew S., Newegg
24 December 2008
  • Summary: -I have owned this keyboard for over 6 months with no problems. No keys have fallen off and the font on the keys has not started to wear and still looks like new. -After I purchased my laptop I started to like the laptop style keyboard much more than the regular kind.
  • Pros: -Very nice feel to it, although it does not take as much force to push down the keys as my laptop (Sager NP2090) does. -Does not take up very much room. -Looks very sleek.
  • Cons: -It does not have lights that indicate if the caps lock, number lock, or scroll lock is on. This is a minor annoyance for me because I use this keyboard as an external for my laptop so i can just look at my laptop. -The keys are hard to see in low light, although the blue font on the all black ke...
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User Review

Timothy W., Newegg
15 December 2008
  • Summary: Great keyboard design. It looks like it's backlit in the photos but it's not.
  • Pros: Great layout. Mac and PC layout. Great feel (laptop keys) Sleek design.
  • Cons: does not elevate.
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