After finishing up the boring work with lots of typing using WinWord, flipping around PowerPoint so that I could have a "Pony Show" with the Board of Directors and shareholders including a few "pretty looking" graphs from Excel, the EL Keyboard hot keys did surprisingly well.
As mentioned before, I now have accustomed to the "feel" of the keys. While I still shy away from using the internet hot keys (old habits are always hard to change), I did go through a couple of DVD movies using the Multimedia keys which I found them to be too small. It would be nice if those keys light-up in the dark when watching a movie.
Overall, I am quite pleased with the EL Keyboard I must say, using USB rather than PS2 will be welcome. The MSRP price of about USD $29 is certainly about normal for this kind of keyboard. If you do a lot of office work using the El Keyboard allows your hands to stay on the keyboard rather than reaching for the mouse, the "wheel" on the left might take a little more time to get use to. Pros:
• Lighted keys
• Good “key pressure”
• Comes in two colors of choice
• Functional hot keys good for office workCons:
• No USB connection
• Multimedia Hot keys are not lighted
Once again, I like to thank Kevin to make this review possible.
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