Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600
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20 September 2014
Summary: Keyboard has a front-side height adjustment which feels awkward to me. The key placement is awkward as well and has taken some getting used to. I often hit the caps lock when I'm reaching for the tab key because they are close together and higher than usual. It's just not a very comfortable keyboard and I have been using a sculpted keyboard prior to this one.
Summary: This keyboard is by far the most comfortable and natural fitting for my hands I have every used. But, unfortunately, the rest of it is sub par. The keys take extra pressure to activate, meaning you need a much slower, and much heavier pace. Many times I look up to see letters missing from my sentences because I did not press hard enough. There is also no way to tell if caps lock, or other keyboard toggles are on/off.
Excerpt: I needed to get a replacement keyboard since my old one's keys were not fast enough (some were getting hard to push). This keyboard arrived very quickly and was easy to plug in and get started. It does take a few days to get used to the feel. The only issue I've seen so far is that some of the keys squeek. But you can't beat the price.
Summary: Considering its such a basic keyboard its not very cheap. The keys don't go down very far which some people might like but I don't. The function keys are small, so that's fine if you never use them, but useless if you do. It has volume control buttons and a calculator button.