Well, for most of us The lock lights looks like a horizontal thermometer a horizontal light with a circular left end A lot of keyboard manufacturers focus primarily on looks, forget the extra features A4tech obviously didn’t aim for anything flashy with this keyboard but it does have a couple of things that makes it look a bit better than your usual “bundled” looking keyboards. It adds up to the “slim” look and feel of the keyboard since this is only. The looks department as with any devices is always subjective.
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That what basically A4tech had in mind with this keyboard. Either way downloading the driver isn’t all that painful since its only around kb.
Some bombard us with extra function keys There are 6 additional buttons up on top of the function keys: I ended up purchasing this keyboard instead. A lot of keyboard manufacturers focus primarily on looks, forget the extra features But I myself don’t consider this keyboard as such since it still create quite a loud “tapping” sound when being used.
The looks department as with any devices is always subjective.
No need to kls-23muu about short mic, headphone, or headset cables The keys are only around half of the usual height when compared to most keyboards. They just do not completely fit the overall look and theme of the keyboard.
A4Tech KLMU – keyboard Overview – CNET
While others give you features that is not often times seen with keyboards You see, I’m the kind of guy that usually only use “branded” or well known products. Not only that, the port itself can serve as an extension chord if I wan’t to play games with my gamepad while lying down on my bed.
The lower end of this device is a bit wider when compare to others and can serve as a palmrest. Its an extension port that can be used to connect headset and the likes.
A4Tech KLS-23MU Multimedia Keyboard
Now the audio and mic ports serves pretty much the same purpose as the USB. I find it very useful since I have a couple of devices that I really hate connecting to the back of my tower.
Weirdly enough, A4tech didn’t add a disc with the drivers A4tech isn’t the kind of brand that I thought I’ll be recommending a4gech other people. Sign my Guestbook Links. The keys are not arranged in a4etch “weird” fashion as with other keyboards.
A4Tech KLSMU Multimedia Keyboard | Asianic Distributors Inc. Philippines
This keyboard however doesn’t completely separate the keys into two This keyboard may not look as great as the other overly expensive ones This one follows the typical keyboard keys orientation. The said buttons kls-23mi only be used when the driver is installed though. The keyboard keys are labelled as “silent”. I wasn’t able to find a good review before I purchased this device.
The only thing that I probably didn’t like with regards to the looks of this keyboard is the “AntiRSI” logo on the lower left and the pink mic and green colored headset labels on the upper left.
It adds up to the “slim” look and feel of the keyboard since this is only. The said driver will add another tab inside the mouse properties and needs to load at start-up for it to function properly.
For me, it is not as good or sturdy looking as Logitech’s ex: Well, for most of us This is nothing new and you might have seen this klls-23mu with most newer Microsoft keyboards. And oh, underneath the keyboard you’ll find 3 rubber feet all positioned on the lower portion. Not a real biggie though. But when I was looking around trying to look for the best overall keyboard for my setup