Summary: Cheap Keyboard. Hasn't broken in anyway after 6 months of constant usage. Looks cool in black. As responsive as you would like. I think it was plug in and play without driver installation, if there was it was so easy and quick I've forgotten about it. What else do you want for 8 quid? does the job for anything up to extreme gaming and I'm typing this very review on it now.
Summary: Bought keyboard to work with Raspberry Pi. Arrived with plastic broken. Did not work with Raspberry Pi (should have checked website for compatibility.) Called supplier who said he would give me a returns email. None was sent. At this price I didn't want to spend time chasing something up - not worth it.
V7 Standard USB Keyboard - Keyboard - USB - 105 keys - English - United Kingdom
Catherine Evans "Police drama lover", Amazon
10 September 2012
Summary: V7 Keyboards are great. The spacing between the keys is perfect. As I touch type, I find these keyboards perfect and can get to work immediately. For a USB keyboard to can't go far wrong with a V7 and this is the second one I've bought for my laptop. The build quality is superb too. Don't know how they do it for the money, to be honest?
Summary: I'm using the US layout V7 Standard Keyboard and find it frustrating to work on for 2 reasons: You have to really hit the keys hard. The main culprits on my keyboard are 'n' and very annoyingly the 'space-bar', but the rest are not much better. The back-space key is too small. I'm constantly hitting '\' instead (OK this might be a personal thing, but it is a problem for me and might be for others who are used to a normal sized back-space).
Summary: Needing a keyboard to use with my laptop I plumped for this one - expecting something cheap and cheerful. While not the best keyboard I have ever used at this price it is an absolute bargain. Decent feel to the keys and not flimsy. The only criticism is the it could sit up a bit more at the back with the flip out feet but that's a minor point.
I bought this after I spilled a can of beer all over my last one
23 November 2011
Summary: I seem to go through about 2 keys boards a year so I always stick to the cheapest. the keys are really light and springy but I think I will get used to it, I have a silly cone keyboard I bought thought it would be a good idea as it is water proof was a bad idea NEVER EVER EVER buy one of those. I am happy I can type again normally and not have to worry about missing letters.for the price I have no complaints at all.
Summary: Use: Its a simple USB keyobard that is easy and comfortable to use. Build: Its very plasticky and doesnt feel very strong but it was at a very low price. Price: Very good price and free delivery Reccomend It?