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This review is on my V7 standard keyboard, which is the keyboard I am typing this very review on. I originally bought this keyboard as I was not happy with the one on my Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop, which I also use as a day to day desktop computer.
::::: The product :::::
The V7 is a keyboard that requires no software installation. You just have to plug it in at a USB point and set it to work. It features curved, ergonomically designed keys which fit very nicely under the fingers. It only comes in one colour, black, but this is very smart and I believe no other colour would be necessary. The build is pretty plasticy and light, but as a lower end keyboard this is to be expected. It also comes with small flip out feet at the back, to raise it up.
::::: The Effect :::::
On receiving this keyboard, all I needed to do was plug it in, hammer a key and it worked just as it was meant to. It's nothing flashy, but it does exactly what it says on the box- it's a keyboard. The only problems I have had with this keyboard have been the little flippy feet at the back, which didn't really raise the keyboard high enough for my liking. On trying to alter these, one of them snapped, which annoyed me a lot, but now the keyboard rests on a makeshift raising platform I've made out of leaflets which seems to work fine.
::::: The Price:::::
The keyboard is available for around £4 from Amazon.com, which is where I purchased it from. I don't think you can really complain much at this price with free delivery...... If you want flashy features out of your hardware then you're going to have to pay flashy prices.
::::: My Opinions :::::
I would recommend this product to anybody who wants a budget keyboard that does its job- not much to complain about here!