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|Review: ARCTIC K481 Mini Keyboard|
|Posted by Dexter K.|
|Sunday, 15 January 2012 23:27|
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The package is very well done. You get a picture of the actual keyboard and some features. No race cars, ninjas, or scantly clad lady ninjas anywhere to be found. I must say, the size of the box is much smaller than I expected. Opening the box you get a keyboard, a manual, a USB dongle, and a pair of batteries.
The first thing that really stood out to me was its size. It is much smaller than a standard sized keyboard. It is roughly the size of standard 74 keys on a keyboard, not including the arrow keys, number pad, or print screen section of keys. Mind you that is the whole K481 keyboard, so needless to say this thing is very small.
Opening the keyboard up, it is very basic internally. There is a board that houses the touch pad, as well as one with the keyboard LED's, and another board that has the right and left click buttons for the touch pad.
Everything is made of plastic so if you are looking forward to throwing this thing, look elsewhere. That is not to say that it is poorly made, it feels firm and will not bend when putting pressure on it from either side.