Reviews and Problems with Trust Vista Remote Keyboard KB-2950
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A Little Expensive for what You Get
25 May 2008
Summary: I believe the majority of the price of this device covers design costs. Integration of mouse/keyboard is done better than many others, and range and reliability is good. However, the materials and construction are weak. This is passable in most places but moderately bothersome when typing.
Pros: Good range/Signal. Good size and ergonomics as a whole. Nice extras like volume controls and scroll wheel without adversely affecting size. Integrated trackball works well. Off button for power conservation.
Cons: Keyboard buttons are flimsy. I'm not bothered by the lightweight construction, but each button press is very mushy. Occaisional loss of a character or two when typing. Doesn't seem very bad. Expensive for the quality of the actual keyboard part. Backspace key /is/ inconveniently small.
Summary: But as an overall controller, this item isn't too bad but I have beef with the price. During my first session with it, it was clear to me that it was not worth it's $79.99 price tag. Should be no more than $49.99.
Pros: After adjusting the tracking speed on my pc, I realized the orientation of the attached mouse is great! It's very comfortable and perfect for using on your couch or bed to control your media center. The tracking ball is located under your right thumb and the left and right mouse buttons are up on...
Cons: In addition to the lack of any real in-box documentation, this thing has an overall cheap tactile feel. The plastics are lightweight and if you pick up the board and shake it near your ear, you can hear each of the keys shake in their seating. The trackball feels like it has some extra play and t...
Summary: Het is een prima toetsenbord alleen mist hij regelmatig aanslagen of handelingen. Of en toe lijkt het of hij moet nadenken en vervolgens eff niets meer doet. De afstand van 10m is te ver gegrepen want vanaf een meter of 3 beginnen storingen al op te treden.