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AmazonBasics wireless keyboard review: A quiet, affordable alternative to clacking keys

Thursday November 29, 2018. 07:39 PM , from PC World
The AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard, which Amazon trumpets as “quiet and compact,” is built for this age of open work environments. When personal space is at a premium and even the clattering of a keyboard can feel intrusive, this discreet device helps everyone get along. This review is part of our ongoing roundup of the best wireless keyboards. Go there for information on our top picks and other competing products, and how to choose the best model for you.A surprising number of features for the price
The budget-priced keyboard measures 5.6 x 17.7 x 0.9 inches and is constructed of lightweight plastic. Because it weighs a hair over one pound you may best tempted to throw it in a laptop bag and take it with you, but it’s not likely to withstand a lot of road wear (this is a $20 keyboard we’re talking about). If you do take it on the go, be sure to provide plenty of padding.To read this article in full, please click here
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