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Kensington Comfort Type
7.0 out of 10

Kensington Comfort Type

Comfort Type angled keys for comfortable, relaxed wrist Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Kensington Comfort Type

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Overall 2
2.0

NOT PS/2

7651324, Walmart
3 October 2014
  • Summary: This Kensington is not a USB and PS/2 keyboard. It is USB only.
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Overall 10
10

Super Comfortable Keyboard

Emma122, Walmart
8 August 2014
  • Summary: I love the slight slant to the keys on this keyboard. It puts my wrists at a more comfortable position for a lot of typing, without being too slanted like some other keyboards are.
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Overall 6
6.0

User Review

narflew, Walmart
26 August 2013
  • Summary: I am happy with my new keyboard, the only thing I miss( that my other Keyboard had ) is the little legs it had. This one doesn't have them. It seems to me that this one is laying to flat.
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Overall 6
6.0

Not a replacement for a split keyboard

PHILIP E., Newegg
13 January 2013
  • Summary: This would be an awesome keyboard if you're coming from a normal keyboard and want something to alleviate wrist strain. Coming from a "true" split keyboard, the slanty angled keys aren't enough; the whole thing is just too cramped.
  • Pros: Good keypress feedback, good sound, no useless extra buttons like "browser", "order pizza", "email". I like that the connector is USB with a PS/2 adapter rather than the other way around.
  • Cons: Coming from a split keyboard (the bog-standard Microsoft Natural that seems to be permanently out of stock these days), this keyboard is just too cramped. It's mostly okay to type on if I'm looking at the keys, but trying to do anything while looking away (type, game, etc) and I find that even th...
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Corey R., Newegg
14 August 2012
  • Pros: Incredible keyboard. I've owned one for years, and I don't foresee replacing it with another. I use the \ key a lot (programming + shell use (unix)) and I actually prefer its placement under the Enter key. This keyboard is extremely comfortable. Using any other makes my wrists sore after an hour ...
  • Cons: A wee bit loud. Indicator lights too bright for my taste (I'm always putting capacitors into everything I buy).
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Overall 8
8.0

GREAT KEYBOARD!!!!!

Adam H., Newegg
22 December 2011
  • Summary: shipping was quick. arrived on time. fully functioning.
  • Pros: I REALLY LIKE this keyboard. I used this model at work for 2 years and it took everything in me to not take that one with me. SO... I ordered the exact same model (this model) for my new job and still love it. It takes very little time to get used to, reduces wrist strain and is ideal for people ...
  • Cons: NOT GOOD FOR GAMING!!! If you are a gamer this is not the keyboard for you. This is the only reason I won't give it a 5 rating
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Overall 10
10

Comfortable and overall amazing keyboard!

RJASII, Walmart
14 June 2011
  • Summary: I love this keyboard. I first bought it in 2006, but it was broken while moving and I thought that I wouldn't ever find it for sale because it was so old, but there came WalMart to the rescue and they had it cheaper the the Original Manufacturer was selling it for!
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Overall 2
2.0

number row DOA

Ian U., Newegg
28 January 2011
  • Pros: Awesome key layout, has a nice feel. I would have loved to be able to use this keyboard . . . .
  • Cons: Every number in the top row does not work except for the 5 and 6. I play Starcraft. That's not going to work for me.
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Overall 10
10

A satisfying keyboard

Michael P., Newegg
12 November 2010
  • Summary: The keyboard is solid and comfortable. My only complaint is that the Enter key displaces the backslash, making it difficult for working with TeX and some programming languages.
  • Pros: The keys are firm and produce a very satisfying click while typing. The keyboard is fully compatible with Mac OS X and you can assign the Windows and Alt keys to Alt and Command, respectively, to have a traditional Mac keyboard layout.
  • Cons: The large enter key takes up the space properly occupied by backslash. This is pretty annoying as a working programmer, and forces me to remap forward slash to backslash when working with TeX. It is a major flaw in an otherwise solid design.
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Overall 10
10

Amazing Keyboard!

Arvon C., Newegg
30 October 2010
  • Pros: Incredibly comfortable, excellent feedback from the keys, and feels very sturdy.
  • Cons: None that I can think of, it's a keyboard. As long as they are comfortable and work what problem can anyone have?
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