• Black LED Lighted Keyboard W-9868BK USB
  • Black LED Lighted Keyboard W-9868BK USB
Black LED Lighted Keyboard W-9868BK USB
Black LED Lighted Keyboard W-9868BK USB

Black LED Lighted Keyboard W-9868BK USB

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  • Illuminated Keys: Lit up and large font keys give you ease of use and a smooth quiet typing experience.
  • Simple green lighted LED's for the Lock indicators (Soft touch Num Lock, Scroll Lock, and Caps Lock) office and gaming.
  • Corded USB Keyboard: Connection interface via USB port to pc.
  • Key lifespan: > 5,000,000 times
  • Dimensions - Length 5.9 x Width 15.3 x Height 1.1 inch - perfect for small or compact desks.

Customer Reviews

Not what I expectedI like the back lit keys, but some of them are placed in an unusual place. The keyboard is smaller, as are the keys, so it is too easy to hit wrong keys if I don't pay attention.Also, sometimes I hit the shift/up arrow keys at he same time, and with the next stroke I lose two or three lines I have written.3Very good keyboard for both gaming and personal use! For one I have used this keyboard for almost a year now and this is the best I have ever used!! I play PC games, I am a programmer and I also use it for casual uses, browsing YouTube and writing papers. The keyboard is very bright and it is very visible in low light, but with the LED's off you can barely see the letters that is the only downfall, but not enough to knock off a star. You can turn the Blue LED's on and off which is very helpful if it is in your bedroom and you are light sensitive when you sleep. A few more things are the backspace button and the home button. The backspace button is very small and is very difficult to hit it without hitting others around it. And the home button seems to get in the way also when I am typing long papers. 5Cheap Feel, not very good...I had high hopes for this keyboard because of how many good reviews it got. I don't know where the reviews came from because it wasn't good. The keyboard feel is actually so bad that I am returning it. The layout is iffy but I'm sure I could have gotten used to the small delete key and the row of buttons next to enter. The main problem I had was that the keyboard wasn't balanced, I had to use the feet to even remotely balance it but without the feet down, it wobbled like it was missing a pad underneath (even though it wasn't).The backlighting on the keyboard was great, it was very bright and shone through the keys very well. but the keys do look generic. The keyboard was very loud and not very responsive, so rule gaming out, and although the weight of the keyboard felt solid, the keys felt very cheap and thin. All in all, it felt like a cheap keyboard, despite the good reviews.I understand that this is a no-name keyboard but for 30 bucks I expected a lot more... Considering I can just wait for a real keyboard to go on sale for 36 or so (Logitech, Saitek, even Microsoft...) this is an awful deal. For the time being I am switching back to my good old faithful 8 year old Compaq PS/2 keyboard, even if it looks hilarious plugged into a gaming rig... But hey at least it has a Sleep button.Hope this review helped!2Small form factor is really irritating.I have to think that people that love this keyboard are also pecking in the dark. I do not type well so I thought the back-lit keys would help me at night. Instead I find myself hitting 'Page Down' where the carriage return should be. Or trying to hit 'Backspace' and going 'Home' instead.I didn't read any reviews, just bought the cheapest keyboard I could find. So if you are reading this you are already doing better than me. I really miss the center row of keys. I will probably keep it but I wish I had spent the extra $6 to get a full size.The keyboard is well made so if you don't type, or you type very well and can train yourself to find the correct key this might not be a problem. Even if you just need a smaller keyboard (this is a good three inches narrower than my last KB) it should be a good buy. If you have the space though I would recommend looking at spending a little extra.I was going to give this three stars but for what it is, it does work. If I am not paying attention though my cursor ends up in the first paragraph. you can turn the lights off, adjust volume, pause/play (I tried it with youtube) and some other useful bookmark keys I would have probably never played with if they were not lit up.4LED Multimedia KeyboardPros:I enjoy the way this keyboard looks, feels, sounds and works... The Blue LED matches my case fans perfectly, the keyboard itself is substantial, it has absolutely NO brand on it whatsoever, the size is compact and familiar to use (I'm young, so I enjoy a smaller interface), and I can't say enough about how easy it was to install... I'm running Windows 7 and all of the functions of the keyboard just work without a companion program for all of your hotkeys...... well... almost all of the keys work... (see cons). I also enjoy how easy the keys are to remove and replace without breaking making cleaning very easy. Oddly enough, having the illumination controlled by Scroll Lock has been nothing but good in my situation.Cons:I found that my Email and Documents hotkeys didn't do anything for some reason. I had to go to the hassle of re-mapping them with a program I found online somewhere. They function now, but the bother was a bit odd to deal with. Also, there is an extra \ key beside the spacebar for absolutely no reason. I find myself hitting the key instead of the left Alt key often and will have to get used to it being there. I would just switch it for the Alt key and re-map them, but the keys are slightly different sizes, making this impossible.Conclusion:This keyboard is dang cool. I mentioned before that it has absolutely no branding on it... and as such, the owners manual is quite brief (i.e. a leaflet with a few bullets on use and care). Be aware that the language used on the outside of the box is redundant and almost complete gibberish at times (as if translated poorly from an asian language). I would also recommend going out of your way to find the White color option unless you specifically want blue for some reason... I almost exchanged it for how low-contrast it is.5Cheap Cheap CheapThis keyboard is not well lit and many keys are oddly placed most likely due to its smaller size. The left small shift button (with an up arrow) is placed next to the up arrow key of similar size was confusing at first. Then after usage the placement of the two keys resulted in hitting accidentally the up key for a capital slowing entry due to correcting missed capitals and curser movement. Other key placements were also awkward and required a lot of search not easily adapted to especially if you use a more normal keyboard at work and come home to readapt again. This keyboard is cheap but problematic and as someone else said here spend a little more for a better product. I can only give one star since it does turn on.I had a very nice Logitech illuminated keyboard that was a costly one (partially my fault buying it at Best Buy) but it was well lit and the the keys were very comfortable and responsive, were very well laid out and the keyboard itself had heft so it didn't move with use. However the lights went out and I needed a new one fast and price reasonable. Buying this one was a mistake. I now have a very good keyboard inexpensive keyboard the Azio Large Print Tri-Color Backlit Keyboard (KB505U) and it is working very well for me. It is a more normal keyboard and the three color options are nice. Also helpful for the visually impaired as I am is the large letter keys (2X).1After several years of HEAVY use...I purchased this keyboard on December 18th, 2010. I use my computer for about 10-12 hours a day. Mostly for work, but also for gaming, social media, etc.After so many years of heavy use; how is it holding up? Excellent. Like, really really excellent.Aside from some fading on the keys (the black overcoat eventually rubs off) I couldn't be happier with this purchase.If a key gets 'weird' I simply pop it out, clean the sucker, and pop it back in.The LED lights never faded or started to bug out (unlike some other keyboards I've purchased, thanks Razer) the keys are quiet, don't make a whole lot of noise and are responsive.If I have any issue with this keyboard, it's that cat hair can become lodged in the holes under the keys, which can take some time to get out. Otherwise... Great purchase.5Not wireless, smaller than usualThe picture shows a wireless keyboard, but it is indeed wired. I had no preference luckily but it had originally given me the impression it was wireless. The LED lights can t be toggled off, so you might notice them at night if you re sensitive to light while sleeping.It s also much smaller than the average keyboard, so sometimes you ll hit buttons by mistake if you try to type quickly like I do.Other than that, it works fine. Hasn t broken and I ve had it for quite a while now. It s pretty responsive too, you don t have to slam the keys for it to work.3...and He said: Let There Be Light! ! ! This keyboard is awesome, period.Pros *Distinct key sounds pleasant to the user's ears, *Sort of compact, for those who have crowded workstations, *Gives night-time gamers an edge, and probably a few extra milliseconds to find that key that will save your life, *Easygoing dark blue LED lights ensure you won't be distracted by excessive luminescence. *Power to the people: gives the user the power to turn the lights On or Off. *Keys: not too soft nor hard, just right. *No problem with response times.Cons *Difficult to see the green Lock indicator lights if you were to rest your back against a chair. *Takes a bit to get used to certain keys, as they have been repositioned...not really a con, a learning process.I recommend this keyboard for those who DO NOT want a full-sized all-perks-included type of keyboard, but instead want the most logical of "extras" keys and great functionality, sturdy design, and are blue LED lovers.Plugged it right in on my Windows 8 Release Preview system without a hitch. 5OK compact illuminated keyboardI wanted a compact illuminated USB keyboard because the area where my computer is used is not well-lit at night, and I have only a small computer cart for a desk, so a full-sized keyboard is not the best fit for the space. This was available with free Super-Saver shipping at the time I ordered and looked like it would work for me.I like the slim profile, and it is a better fit for my desktop than my previous keyboard. The "feel" of the keys is pleasant, and I am adapting well to the new keyboard layout. (I'm not a good touch typist and often type with one hand and mouse with the other.) The blue LED back-lighting looks great and matches the LEDs on my monitor and PC. It has flip-down props in the back for those who want to elevate the rear of the keyboard. The multimedia keys work in Windows 7 when I'm using Internet Explorer and Windows Media Center.However, the version of this keyboard with white LED back-lighting might have been a better choice for me, though I can still manage. The contrast for the lettering, even when illuminated, isn't ideal for someone with "mature" eyesight. The normal-sized keys are reasonably legible, but the function key row is a little harder to read. The labels on the multi-media keys are small and not well-lit and I find them difficult to see. My keyboard wobbles a bit, which wasn't the case with my old keyboard, so I will need to add an extra pad to one corner to level it.I was a bit disappointed to read a review stating that the letters will start wearing off in less than a year. That also happened with the non-illuminated keyboard I am replacing. I guess they just don't make keycaps to last anymore, though mechanically the keyboards are still made to be durable.4Easy to see, not easy to useThe illumination on this board is fine, nice sized text on the keys. It feels solid enough, although I'm sure my wife can hear me typing a room or two away as they are about as LOUD as they are solid. I purchased this board primarily because most of my on line time is in the evening and without a light on it's difficult to see my MK 320 Logitech wireless keyboard. I play a lot of games and am definitely not a type by feel kinda guy.Aside from the loud key presses, the keyboard is very VERY compressed. Shift keys are about half as wide as one is used to on a standard keyboard, the space bar about 2/3 the normal width. Other keys that would normally be a little oversized.. tab/backspace for instance are normal key sized. The shift keys are also not quite maybe 1 and a half the size of the alpha keys. Then the 'bottom row' function keys, alt, cntl etc.. are only maybe 2/3 the size of the alpha keys. Good thing they are lit up, because going by feel you'd never hit them.You start to feel kind of like a T-Rex with elbows in and hands close together after typing for a while.I would not recommend this keyboard as as a primary, typing for a long while .. or even the amount of time it took to write this review.. gets very frustrating and feels rather unnatural. If you need a keyboard for night time light duty game playing and web surfing it'll do the job. But if you're looking for a full time illuminated keyboard for all types of use and heavy typing/gaming you'd be better off spending the extra money on a full sized illuminated keyboard.3Best keyboard I've ever stuffed in the closetI do a lot of work on a laptop and wanted a compact, lighted keyboard with a similar feel to make it easy to move back and forth to my desktop. This one appeared to fit the bill. It's compact, has a 1-touch, out of the way button for switching the blue light on and off, and a decent, solid feel.Unfortunately after two weeks of struggling (and failing) to "learn" this keyboard, it's a bust. Here's why:1) The inexplicable addition of a vertical bar/backslash key between the alt key and left side of the spacebar. If you're not a gamer, this may not matter, but if you're used to hitting that Alt-modifier at a critical moment ...well...typing backslash instead just doesn't save the raid.2) Undersized backspace and enter keys (check product photos). These are a constant problem for me. I'm a fast typist, but not a terribly accurate one, and having my cursor jump to home every so often when I miss the backspace key is...inconvenient.3) Noisy: The keys click loudly enough to draw complaints when someone else is in the room.Those are my only objections to what otherwise seems to be a good keyboard, but they're deal breakers for me. I plan to purchase a full-sized keyboard and keep this one in the closet as backup.3
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Description
  • Illuminated Keys: Lit up and large font keys give you ease of use and a smooth quiet typing experience.
  • Simple green lighted LED's for the Lock indicators (Soft touch Num Lock, Scroll Lock, and Caps Lock) office and gaming.
  • Corded USB Keyboard: Connection interface via USB port to pc.
  • Key lifespan: > 5,000,000 times
  • Dimensions - Length 5.9 x Width 15.3 x Height 1.1 inch - perfect for small or compact desks.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not what I expectedI like the back lit keys, but some of them are placed in an unusual place. The keyboard is smaller, as are the keys, so it is too easy to hit wrong keys if I don't pay attention.Also, sometimes I hit the shift/up arrow keys at he same time, and with the next stroke I lose two or three lines I have written.3Very good keyboard for both gaming and personal use! For one I have used this keyboard for almost a year now and this is the best I have ever used!! I play PC games, I am a programmer and I also use it for casual uses, browsing YouTube and writing papers. The keyboard is very bright and it is very visible in low light, but with the LED's off you can barely see the letters that is the only downfall, but not enough to knock off a star. You can turn the Blue LED's on and off which is very helpful if it is in your bedroom and you are light sensitive when you sleep. A few more things are the backspace button and the home button. The backspace button is very small and is very difficult to hit it without hitting others around it. And the home button seems to get in the way also when I am typing long papers. 5Cheap Feel, not very good...I had high hopes for this keyboard because of how many good reviews it got. I don't know where the reviews came from because it wasn't good. The keyboard feel is actually so bad that I am returning it. The layout is iffy but I'm sure I could have gotten used to the small delete key and the row of buttons next to enter. The main problem I had was that the keyboard wasn't balanced, I had to use the feet to even remotely balance it but without the feet down, it wobbled like it was missing a pad underneath (even though it wasn't).The backlighting on the keyboard was great, it was very bright and shone through the keys very well. but the keys do look generic. The keyboard was very loud and not very responsive, so rule gaming out, and although the weight of the keyboard felt solid, the keys felt very cheap and thin. All in all, it felt like a cheap keyboard, despite the good reviews.I understand that this is a no-name keyboard but for 30 bucks I expected a lot more... Considering I can just wait for a real keyboard to go on sale for 36 or so (Logitech, Saitek, even Microsoft...) this is an awful deal. For the time being I am switching back to my good old faithful 8 year old Compaq PS/2 keyboard, even if it looks hilarious plugged into a gaming rig... But hey at least it has a Sleep button.Hope this review helped!2Small form factor is really irritating.I have to think that people that love this keyboard are also pecking in the dark. I do not type well so I thought the back-lit keys would help me at night. Instead I find myself hitting 'Page Down' where the carriage return should be. Or trying to hit 'Backspace' and going 'Home' instead.I didn't read any reviews, just bought the cheapest keyboard I could find. So if you are reading this you are already doing better than me. I really miss the center row of keys. I will probably keep it but I wish I had spent the extra $6 to get a full size.The keyboard is well made so if you don't type, or you type very well and can train yourself to find the correct key this might not be a problem. Even if you just need a smaller keyboard (this is a good three inches narrower than my last KB) it should be a good buy. If you have the space though I would recommend looking at spending a little extra.I was going to give this three stars but for what it is, it does work. If I am not paying attention though my cursor ends up in the first paragraph. you can turn the lights off, adjust volume, pause/play (I tried it with youtube) and some other useful bookmark keys I would have probably never played with if they were not lit up.4LED Multimedia KeyboardPros:I enjoy the way this keyboard looks, feels, sounds and works... The Blue LED matches my case fans perfectly, the keyboard itself is substantial, it has absolutely NO brand on it whatsoever, the size is compact and familiar to use (I'm young, so I enjoy a smaller interface), and I can't say enough about how easy it was to install... I'm running Windows 7 and all of the functions of the keyboard just work without a companion program for all of your hotkeys...... well... almost all of the keys work... (see cons). I also enjoy how easy the keys are to remove and replace without breaking making cleaning very easy. Oddly enough, having the illumination controlled by Scroll Lock has been nothing but good in my situation.Cons:I found that my Email and Documents hotkeys didn't do anything for some reason. I had to go to the hassle of re-mapping them with a program I found online somewhere. They function now, but the bother was a bit odd to deal with. Also, there is an extra \ key beside the spacebar for absolutely no reason. I find myself hitting the key instead of the left Alt key often and will have to get used to it being there. I would just switch it for the Alt key and re-map them, but the keys are slightly different sizes, making this impossible.Conclusion:This keyboard is dang cool. I mentioned before that it has absolutely no branding on it... and as such, the owners manual is quite brief (i.e. a leaflet with a few bullets on use and care). Be aware that the language used on the outside of the box is redundant and almost complete gibberish at times (as if translated poorly from an asian language). I would also recommend going out of your way to find the White color option unless you specifically want blue for some reason... I almost exchanged it for how low-contrast it is.5Cheap Cheap CheapThis keyboard is not well lit and many keys are oddly placed most likely due to its smaller size. The left small shift button (with an up arrow) is placed next to the up arrow key of similar size was confusing at first. Then after usage the placement of the two keys resulted in hitting accidentally the up key for a capital slowing entry due to correcting missed capitals and curser movement. Other key placements were also awkward and required a lot of search not easily adapted to especially if you use a more normal keyboard at work and come home to readapt again. This keyboard is cheap but problematic and as someone else said here spend a little more for a better product. I can only give one star since it does turn on.I had a very nice Logitech illuminated keyboard that was a costly one (partially my fault buying it at Best Buy) but it was well lit and the the keys were very comfortable and responsive, were very well laid out and the keyboard itself had heft so it didn't move with use. However the lights went out and I needed a new one fast and price reasonable. Buying this one was a mistake. I now have a very good keyboard inexpensive keyboard the Azio Large Print Tri-Color Backlit Keyboard (KB505U) and it is working very well for me. It is a more normal keyboard and the three color options are nice. Also helpful for the visually impaired as I am is the large letter keys (2X).1After several years of HEAVY use...I purchased this keyboard on December 18th, 2010. I use my computer for about 10-12 hours a day. Mostly for work, but also for gaming, social media, etc.After so many years of heavy use; how is it holding up? Excellent. Like, really really excellent.Aside from some fading on the keys (the black overcoat eventually rubs off) I couldn't be happier with this purchase.If a key gets 'weird' I simply pop it out, clean the sucker, and pop it back in.The LED lights never faded or started to bug out (unlike some other keyboards I've purchased, thanks Razer) the keys are quiet, don't make a whole lot of noise and are responsive.If I have any issue with this keyboard, it's that cat hair can become lodged in the holes under the keys, which can take some time to get out. Otherwise... Great purchase.5Not wireless, smaller than usualThe picture shows a wireless keyboard, but it is indeed wired. I had no preference luckily but it had originally given me the impression it was wireless. The LED lights can t be toggled off, so you might notice them at night if you re sensitive to light while sleeping.It s also much smaller than the average keyboard, so sometimes you ll hit buttons by mistake if you try to type quickly like I do.Other than that, it works fine. Hasn t broken and I ve had it for quite a while now. It s pretty responsive too, you don t have to slam the keys for it to work.3...and He said: Let There Be Light! ! ! This keyboard is awesome, period.Pros *Distinct key sounds pleasant to the user's ears, *Sort of compact, for those who have crowded workstations, *Gives night-time gamers an edge, and probably a few extra milliseconds to find that key that will save your life, *Easygoing dark blue LED lights ensure you won't be distracted by excessive luminescence. *Power to the people: gives the user the power to turn the lights On or Off. *Keys: not too soft nor hard, just right. *No problem with response times.Cons *Difficult to see the green Lock indicator lights if you were to rest your back against a chair. *Takes a bit to get used to certain keys, as they have been repositioned...not really a con, a learning process.I recommend this keyboard for those who DO NOT want a full-sized all-perks-included type of keyboard, but instead want the most logical of "extras" keys and great functionality, sturdy design, and are blue LED lovers.Plugged it right in on my Windows 8 Release Preview system without a hitch. 5OK compact illuminated keyboardI wanted a compact illuminated USB keyboard because the area where my computer is used is not well-lit at night, and I have only a small computer cart for a desk, so a full-sized keyboard is not the best fit for the space. This was available with free Super-Saver shipping at the time I ordered and looked like it would work for me.I like the slim profile, and it is a better fit for my desktop than my previous keyboard. The "feel" of the keys is pleasant, and I am adapting well to the new keyboard layout. (I'm not a good touch typist and often type with one hand and mouse with the other.) The blue LED back-lighting looks great and matches the LEDs on my monitor and PC. It has flip-down props in the back for those who want to elevate the rear of the keyboard. The multimedia keys work in Windows 7 when I'm using Internet Explorer and Windows Media Center.However, the version of this keyboard with white LED back-lighting might have been a better choice for me, though I can still manage. The contrast for the lettering, even when illuminated, isn't ideal for someone with "mature" eyesight. The normal-sized keys are reasonably legible, but the function key row is a little harder to read. The labels on the multi-media keys are small and not well-lit and I find them difficult to see. My keyboard wobbles a bit, which wasn't the case with my old keyboard, so I will need to add an extra pad to one corner to level it.I was a bit disappointed to read a review stating that the letters will start wearing off in less than a year. That also happened with the non-illuminated keyboard I am replacing. I guess they just don't make keycaps to last anymore, though mechanically the keyboards are still made to be durable.4Easy to see, not easy to useThe illumination on this board is fine, nice sized text on the keys. It feels solid enough, although I'm sure my wife can hear me typing a room or two away as they are about as LOUD as they are solid. I purchased this board primarily because most of my on line time is in the evening and without a light on it's difficult to see my MK 320 Logitech wireless keyboard. I play a lot of games and am definitely not a type by feel kinda guy.Aside from the loud key presses, the keyboard is very VERY compressed. Shift keys are about half as wide as one is used to on a standard keyboard, the space bar about 2/3 the normal width. Other keys that would normally be a little oversized.. tab/backspace for instance are normal key sized. The shift keys are also not quite maybe 1 and a half the size of the alpha keys. Then the 'bottom row' function keys, alt, cntl etc.. are only maybe 2/3 the size of the alpha keys. Good thing they are lit up, because going by feel you'd never hit them.You start to feel kind of like a T-Rex with elbows in and hands close together after typing for a while.I would not recommend this keyboard as as a primary, typing for a long while .. or even the amount of time it took to write this review.. gets very frustrating and feels rather unnatural. If you need a keyboard for night time light duty game playing and web surfing it'll do the job. But if you're looking for a full time illuminated keyboard for all types of use and heavy typing/gaming you'd be better off spending the extra money on a full sized illuminated keyboard.3Best keyboard I've ever stuffed in the closetI do a lot of work on a laptop and wanted a compact, lighted keyboard with a similar feel to make it easy to move back and forth to my desktop. This one appeared to fit the bill. It's compact, has a 1-touch, out of the way button for switching the blue light on and off, and a decent, solid feel.Unfortunately after two weeks of struggling (and failing) to "learn" this keyboard, it's a bust. Here's why:1) The inexplicable addition of a vertical bar/backslash key between the alt key and left side of the spacebar. If you're not a gamer, this may not matter, but if you're used to hitting that Alt-modifier at a critical moment ...well...typing backslash instead just doesn't save the raid.2) Undersized backspace and enter keys (check product photos). These are a constant problem for me. I'm a fast typist, but not a terribly accurate one, and having my cursor jump to home every so often when I miss the backspace key is...inconvenient.3) Noisy: The keys click loudly enough to draw complaints when someone else is in the room.Those are my only objections to what otherwise seems to be a good keyboard, but they're deal breakers for me. I plan to purchase a full-sized keyboard and keep this one in the closet as backup.3
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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