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Great, but a few minor details
from Tempe, AZ, USA
Comments about HP K3500 Wireless Keyboard:
I hate being tethered to my computer, so in that regards I am happy I bought the K3500. I just tried taking the battery cover off and broke one of the plastic latches that holds the battery cover into the keyboard. There were no instructions or indicators with the box for the keyboard or on the keyboard itself. Luckily, there are 2 other latches and so I will probably not break another one now that I have broke it once. Also, I like the idea of having a dongle storage somewhere on the keyboard as another comment has mentioned above.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Seattle, WA
After using this keyboard for a while, I can no longer recommend it. The touch is too wonky--it randomly leaves letters out and just stops to "catch up". It may be fine if you use the "hunt and peck" method of typing, but if you use all 10 fingers instead of your toes, you may want to reconsider purchasing this keyboard. Since this keyboard was purchased to replace the poorly designed model which came with our new Envy desktop, HP has had all the chances they are going to get as far as I'm concerned.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Better than keyboard included with desktop
This keyboard was purchased to replace the keyboard included with our new HP Envy desktop computer. For some reason, that keyboard was "condensed" to be about 1.5" smaller than standard (why this would be included with a desktop is beyond me). The other keyboard was made smaller by moving the right arrow key into half the space for zero on the number pad--they may as well have moved the "a" key. It wreaked total havoc with the spreadsheets I was working on. With that in mind, this keyboard is better. The "touch" isn't very pleasant and, as mentioned in other reviews, there are no lights to indicate the caps or number lock features are engaged. (The number lock goes off sometimes for no reason so a light would be helpful.) Otherwise, it is a good replacement for the ill-designed keyboard received with new computer.
good keyboard by the price you pay
from Pittsburgh, PA, USA
It works fine. Should have LEDs for both the caps lock and Num keys. However by the price ... it is understandable it doesn't have them.
from Chicago, IL, USA
This Keyboard is awesome and I can Connect 5 different wireless items to it, like my mouse. It has something called Link 5 tech. over all awesome keyboard!
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Utilitarian, no frills
from Kerrville, TX
This keyboard gets the job done, but is pretty basic.
Not worth the money
Does not have a very good tilt . I just went to replace the batteries and one of the battery cover tabs broke as I removed it. Will not stay on now. Had to tape it on. Came with computer and only had it 5 months. Probably will have to get a new one.
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