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i-rocks Black 2.4GHz Wireless 1.5 AREA Keyboard

i-rocks Black 2.4GHz Wireless 1.5 AREA Keyboard (I-Rocks Technology: RF-6520-BK)
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i-rocks Black 2.4GHz Wireless 1.5 AREA Keyboard
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Rating: 9.16/10
With 19 User Reviews

Review Date: 07/07/10
Cons: - No Special Keys ( sound )

Pros: + Compact / Slim+ Wifi works with PC / PS3
I am really happy with this keyboard, I do everything with it, work in photoshop, play games, use it with my PS3. The keyboard is really thin and compact, it doesnt feel like a high end keyboard but it doesnt feel cheap either.The batteries last a decent amount of time, I use my computer at least 8H everyday and in 6 month I changed the batteries twice, I use rechargeable batteries so its really not an issue anyways.It takes a little getting use to it at first but its worth it, I will never go back to those big chunky ugly keyboards.

Review Date: 03/23/10
Cons: none

Pros: Very lightquality constructiongood rangeworks with BIOS screen
Using with my HTPC. Despite another reviewer's experience my keyboard worked fine with the BIOS screen. Works great from across the room and I'm still on the original set of batteries that were included with the keyboard. Just the right size, small and light.

Review Date: 03/01/10
Cons: Need wired keyboard to access bios.

Pros: Great RangeSlimDecent key actionGood battery life
Purchased for my HTPC, plug it in and it works! Still on first set of batteries. I have used it as far as 30 feet away. Don't know how it would be for gaming. Will work for boot order, but not bios access.

Review Date: 01/31/10
Cons: Some keys are positioned strangely and are too small

Pros: Lightweight, sturdy, and smallGood range and battery life
Got this to use with HTPC and netbook. Works well and is easy to use--its small size is a huge advantage! I said that the positions of some keys is odd, and some are too small, but this is understandable given that it is meant for short-term use rather than long-term productivity. Definitely worth the purchase, though!

Review Date: 01/14/10
Cons: Auto shut off

Pros: Small, sturdy, Auto shut off
I bought this for my HTPC. Very good keyboard for that purpose: small, light but sturdy.Only drawback is that if you are installing windows vista or windows 7 with this, when it auto shutdown the system might freeze, so that keyboard should not be user to install windows.... I still love it once windows is installed..

Review Date: 12/31/09
Cons: Minor keymapping issues under OS X

Pros: Portable, good range, good feel
Picked this up on sale and found it worked well with both Vista and OS 10.5. There were minor keymapping issues on OS 10.5, but this isn't a big deal -- especially since it isn't officially supported.I use it with my PVR PC find the range and battery life to be acceptable.

Review Date: 12/30/09
Cons: price

Pros: Quality feel, small, lightweight, good range, good bundle
Purchased on sale from NCIX, as wireless keyboard for my netbook. Works flawlessly, no drivers needed. It light weight, solid and pretty good quality of keystroke feel. As a bonus came witha pretty nifty usb /card reader hub, that was a handy addition for my netbook. Overall, very happy, would definately recommend, especially if on saleSteve

Review Date: 12/22/09
Cons: Can't seem to find any

Pros: Great range, very lightweight, good tactile feel, small dongle, great for HTPC/consoles, great battery life
Bought this keyboard to use with my PS3 for use in chat windows and the web browser and it's probably the best choice out there, it's small and lightweight so you can leave it on your lap without even noticing it. The keys have a very good feel to them and it also feels like a very sturdy product. It's a pretty basic keyboard so if you're looking for media control keys, look elsewhere, but if all you really need is text input, I recommend this 100%.

Review Date: 10/26/09
Cons: A bit uncomfortable (due to the size contraints)Buttons are a bit too tight togetherNeed a modifier to access page up and down keys

Pros: Slim, low profile designLight, buttons feel just like a laptopsComes with 2 AAA BatteriesLong Distance (was able to use from at least 20 feet away)
Overall a great deal for a low profile keyboard. Perfect for a HTPC Setup. Was able to walk to my friends cube while on msn and type him messages (about 20-25 feet away from my computer).

Review Date: 10/07/09
Cons: a little bit too light for me

Pros: works with Wii; compact size with full number pad.
again, it works with my Wii without problems and no driver needed. very cool; also i think it is very good for any HTPC because it is with number pad and very portable and slim. Battery life is very good (3 month by far)

Review Date: 09/16/09
Cons: Aucun

Pros: Super clavier
Super pour le prix. La qualité est excellente et à 35$ c'est une super aubaine. De plus, le signal se rend à plus de 10 pieds.
Robert J_R@NCIX

Review Date: 09/09/09
Cons: Brittle, difficult to open battery cover

Pros: Light, slim, good keyboard feel, decent range, good battery life.
Great keyboard for HTPC use. Light and small for laptop use. Tucks away neatly when not in use. Good feel. No noticeable range problems. Good response. Very compatible, no driver needed. The only issue I had is that the tab on the battery cover broke when I tried to open it the first time since it was stuck.

Review Date: 09/04/09
Cons: None so far

Pros: Great keyboard. works with my PS3, desktop, and netbook.
Came with a free USB hub/card reader. For this price, you can't go wrong.There's is an error in the product description however. This uses 2 AAA batteries, not 3.

Review Date: 09/03/09
Cons: - Would have liked to see some volume/music control buttons

Pros: - Slim Design- Wireless- Very light- Very Compact- Key push feels just like a laptop
All around solid slim keyboard would definately buy again!, You won't be disapointed if you`re looking for a small compact keyboard that's wireless has a great touch to the keys, very streamlined and great layout. Must buy! This review was modfied by poster @ 09-03-09 08:45 PM

Review Date: 07/27/09
Cons: Bit of flex

Pros: Small, light, wireless
Sturdy keyboard, with a bit of flex - not sure how long it will last. Nice key layout with separate arrow keys and a full size right shift. Number pad layout takes some getting used to as they've moved the decimal and function keys to the top of the keypad. No dedicated Home key and the Ins Del keys are located above the Backspace.Found a new use for the keyboard - as an external keyboard for my eeePC 900HA - much easier to type at home on the netbook with this keyboard. This review was modfied by poster @ 09-03-09 08:34 AM

Review Date: 06/18/09
Cons: no backlight

Pros: small and light
I bought it fot $25 with a free all-in-one card reader. It's really a good deal. The keyboard works perfectly with my HP Pavilion Slimline.

Review Date: 06/14/09
Cons: USB Receiver - Over-simplified USB connector, may glitch when being plugged in or if tapped.

Pros: SlimLightKeys - feel and arrangement!Great Simple Effective Compact DesignRangeWorks with rechargeable batteriesComes with batteriesDoesn't interfere with my wireless Logitech mouse
I got this for $25 on a sale, and the i-rocks all-in-one aluminum card reader came free with it.I've been waiting for a good slim keyboard for a long time, and this one has what I want and nothing extra!I love the Fn-ArrowKey combos for page up/dn home&end.I was a bit concerned that it wouldn't work well with rechargeable batteries, but it works! I'm using the Eneloop AAA which I also got during the same sale.The range is great, I've tested it with ~16 feet (direct path, no walls/doors etc.)The only concern I have is with the peice of poop receiver, which uses an over-simplified USB connector and does suffer from it. The first few times I connected it to the computer I kept getting device not recognized message. You have to plug it in VERY carefully and not tap it after it has been plugged in. I hate having to tip-toe around it when I want to plug in other devices in the neighboring ports. Yet this is a minor flaw all things considered, since it works great when it's in. This review was modfied by poster @ 06-14-09 02:10 PM

Review Date: 06/10/09
Cons: None

Pros: ThinLightLong rangeEasy to setupNice feel to the keys (laptop style)
Got this on sale for $30 for my HTPC. It's a brand I've never heard of before so I assumed the quality wouldn't be great but I was wrong. It's well built and sturdy and feels exactly like a laptop keyboard. It's also very thin and light. There's a rubber strip on the bottom to keep it from sliding, a notch to store the receiver, and 2 flip-out stands for tilting the board. Uses 2AA batteries which it includes.All you need to do to set it up is to plug in the receiver and let windows install the USB device drivers automatically then press the button on the bottom of the board to sync up.With the sale promotion, it came with an I-Rocks USB Hub/Multicard Reader. This review was modfied by poster @ 06-10-09 08:43 PM

Review Date: 06/08/09
Cons: none

Pros: cheap on sale
It is very low profile and has a nice feel to it just like a laptop keyboard. Battery life seems very good . It's a high quality product.
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