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HP Wireless Elite Keyboard


$50.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent battery life, seems to last forever. Low profile keys that are quiet and provides good feed back. Solid construction, no flex for such a thin keyboard.

The Cons:No number or caps lock indicator lights, missing such a fundamental keyboard function. Excessive interference with other wireless peripherals such as Logitech and Micorsoft mouses. Issues with waking the device from standby, will not wake sometimes and requires the user to reconnect the device.

The HP Wireless Elite Keyboard is a middle-end wireless keyboard. It is similar to another product from HP, the Wireless Deluxe Laptop Keyboard. Both keyboards feature multimedia keys, and both use wireless technology.

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However, the Wireless Deluxe Laptop Keyboard has an advantage, as it has more functions (including programmable buttons). The Wireless Elite Keyboard features 2.4GHz wireless technology, that has minimal lag and dropouts. The technology also lets the user use the keyboard from up to 32 feet away, letting the user take their keyboard throughout a room without worrying about it disconnecting. It also features a spill resistant surface, making it easy to clean if a liquid is spilt on it. It also minimizes any potential damage resulting from the spill. The Wireless Elite keyboard also features a sleep button, which puts the PC into sleep mode. This helps conserve energy when the user is not using the computer.

Features

  • Multimedia keys
  • 2.4GHz wireless technology
  • Spill resistant surface
  • Scissor switch design
  • Can operate up to 32 feet away
  • 12 month battery life
  • Wireless USB mini receiver
  • HP Touchsmart PC keys
  • Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • PC sleep button

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Pros
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    Excellent battery life, seems to last forever

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    Low profile keys that are quiet and provides good feed back

  • 1

    Solid construction, no flex for such a thin keyboard

  • 1

    Plug and play, does not require any driver CDs

Cons
  • 2

    No number or caps lock indicator lights, missing such a fundamental keyboard function

  • 1

    Excessive interference with other wireless peripherals such as Logitech and Micorsoft mouses

  • 1

    Issues with waking the device from standby, will not wake sometimes and requires the user to reconnect the device

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