SunbeamTech Pro-Series Lite Up Keyboard
Written by Michael Larabel in Peripherals on 12 July 2005. Page 1 of 3. Add A Comment

Unlike most illuminated keyboards that are fairly compact to obtain the maximum luminosity for each of the keys, the SunbeamTech Pro-Series Lite Up Keyboard is FULL-SIZED and even comes complete with volume control, Internet, and office hot keys. Some of the other features include a scroll wheel, bottom spill resistant, and an extra slim design. Will this 133-key keyboard be able to appease our typing tastes?

Features:

· PS/2 Interface
· FULL-Size Keyboard
· Volume Control Keys
· Internet Hot Keys
· Translucent white keys
· Blue EL film lights up keys
· On/Off switch to control light
· 133 Keys
· Compatible with all Windows operating systems

Contents:

When opening the slim packaging, we found merely the keyboard, user's manual, and a SunbeamTech CD. On the CD was merely the Windows driver for the keyboard. In the manual are steps for installing a keyboard, for those of you who find keyboard installations difficult. The review sample we received had a black casing, however, SunbeamTech also manufacturers this lite-up keyboard with a silver model. One of the downfalls with this keyboard is that no Linux support is provided by SunbeamTech for its additional keys, which we'll cover more in-depth later on in this review.


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