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Keyboard, Wired, USB, Mini, Black

KB1700U - Keyboard, Wired, USB, Mini, Black

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Manufacturer:
GEAR HEAD GEAR HEAD
Manufacturer Part No:
KB1700U
Newark Part No.:
43W5953
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Wired
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USB
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Mini
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Black
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The KB1700U is a 89-key mini USB Keyboard with quiet-type key technology. This mini USB keyboard was designed to maximize productivity while minimizing the space it requires. It features 3 visual feedback LED's for caps lock, num lock and scroll lock. The innovative 89-key design utilizes half-height keys and a silicon membrane to reduce the keystroke clatter associated. It supports Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7 operating system. This high quality keyboard uses mechanical switches for improved Tactile response and audible feedback. With an actuation force of just 50cN, our keyboard minimizes fatigue while increasing speed, perfect for the gamer or power user.
  • Spill resist design
  • Metal base
  • 100% PC compatible
  • Laser etched key caps
  • 5 multimedia hot keys

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GEAR HEAD - KB1700U - KEYBOARD, USB, WIRED, MINI, 89-KEY 1.5 5 2 2
Would not choose again i did not realize the size of this keyboard when buying it. It's quite small, and is quite difficult to type on. The keys are also a bit lock-y and this makes the cramped finger situation a bit more dire. I've had issues where key presses don't register or where one key press led to several dozen repeated entries of the same press. Would not recommend. /Might/ be useful as a the last in a series of emergency keyboards after all the others have been melted by the fire whose flames can be extinguished with only a few keystrokes. February 13, 2015
This keyboard is incompaible with pi Element does not disclose that keyboard is not configured to work with pi - there is no access to # key, @ is somewhere else, and pi does not contain any means to configure. August 5, 2013
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I purchased this keyboard from you when I bought my RPi. The keyboard needs to be changed from the default UK model to a US model. Which one do I select?
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This is an Mini USB Keyboard. US/UK language selection type purely depends on the operating system settings. In windows XP/vista OS you need to change keyboard settings to change US/UK type.
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How do I configure this keyboard with Raspbian Wheezy? It doesn't show up in the list of keyboards when I run "dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration". The @ key results in a ". Thanks!
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Usually a UK vs US keyboard issue. Check your locale. (in raspi-config)

Please follow the steps as mentioned in below Raspberry pi link FAQ:
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=39677

and also
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=38081
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