|Package Dimensions||35.1 x 15 x 3.8 cm; 600 Grams|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Weight||600 g|
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FELiCON 308i Retro Wireless Keyboard, Bluetooth Silent Cute Computer Keyboard with Round Punk Compact 84 keys, Lightweight, Matte Texture,Typewriter Design for PC, Laptop, Mac, Phone-Colorful Green
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|Compatible devices||Laptop, PC, Tablet|
|Number of keys||84|
|Number of buttons||84|
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- 【Wireless Retro Cute Keyboard】This wireless Bluetooth keyboard uses the American Broadcom Bluetooth 5.0 version. It has a mature and reliable wireless connection technology, with almost no loss or delay, the wireless connection range can reach 10 meters, and the connection is convenient and reliable. Just press FN + C key to enter Bluetooth mode.
- 【Compact & Portable】The wireless computer keyboard is an 84-key layout, the round punk retro keycap design is full of fashion and stylish, compact and easy to carry. Inspired by retro and elegant typewriter style. Whether it is the appearance or the sense of use, it will bring you a different feeling. It is an ideal choice for home or office and travel use.
- 【Smart Sleep Mode】The wireless office slient keyboard has a smart sleep mode. If there is no operation for more than 15 minutes, the keyboard will automatically go to sleep and disconnect Bluetooth to save power. If the keyboard keys do not work properly, the battery may be low and the battery needs to be replaced（2*AAA batteries).【TIPS:The package doesn't included batteries】
- 【Ergonomic Design】The retro wireless keyboard adopts key noise reduction technology, which greatly reduces the click of the keys. It can provide a quiet and comfortable typing effect. The concave round keycaps attached to the fingertips effectively relieve the fatigue of long-time typing. The layout of the high and low keys conforms to the ergonomic design.
- 【Eetensive Compatibility】The wireless mini compact keyboard can be work with Android, Windows and IOS systems, press FN+Q/W/E to switch the system. It also can be compatible with iPad, computer, laptop, PC, Mac, phones and other electronic devices equipped with Bluetooth systems.
- Bluetooth 5.0 Connection Technology
- 10M Wireless Transmission
- Mini 84 Keys Compact Layout
- Retro Typewriter Style
- Round Chocolate Button
- Matte Texture Touch Feeling
- This wireless bluetooth keyboard is compatible with iPad, mobile phone, tablet, PC, laptop, Mac, computer, ect. And compatible with Windows, Android, iOS systems
Bluetooth Connection Steps
FN+Q/W/E to change the Android, Windows, iOS systems.
Smart Power Saving
Retro Elegant Typewriter Style
Mini 84 Keys Layout
Noise Reduction Technology
|2.4GHz Wireless Numeric Keypad with USB Receiver-Mixed Green||2.4GHz Wireless Numeric Keypad with USB Receiver-Green||2.4GHz Wireless Numeric Keypad with USB Receiver-Color||2.4GHz Wireless Numeric Keypad with USB Receiver-Mixed Pink||2.4GHz Wireless Numeric Keypad with USB Receiver-Pink|
|Key Number||18 Keys||18 Keys||18 Keys||18 Keys||18 Keys|
|Connection Method||Wireless Connection||Wireless Connection||Wireless Connection||Wireless Connection||Wireless Connection|
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 August 2020
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The keyboard is my firm favourite. I actually prefer the feel of the keys to that of my Logitech K380. Although they are deeper, much less effort is required to press them. I make very few typos. A massive plus is that the keyboard has the PgUp, PgDn, Home and End buttons, which many of the smaller keyboards don't have. There are no issues with battery life - something I was worried about when I read other reviews. I'm still on the original battery. They keyboard "falls asleep" after being left idle for 5 or so minutes, and it takes a few keypresses to wake up and reconnect. But it's not at all an issue. Something else important to keep in mind is that it comes with NO DONGLE. So your computer either needs to have a bluetooth built in or you can get a separate dongle to connect such devices. I simply got the TP-Link UB400 Nano USB Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter from Amazon and I was good. And I love the look and feel of this keyboard so much I wouldn't be without it.
I am normally a very fussy keyboard customer because I touch-type and sometimes I need to type A LOT. Here I'll describe what I love about this keyboard and the problems with it that you should be aware of before buying it.
By no means this is a professional keyboard, and by no means it is a perfect typing experience. As you have probably gathered, one of my reasons for purchasing it was "because it looks good". Well, it does -- it's the nicest looking keyboard I've ever had. A few times I walked into my office, I went, "OMG! Just look at my lovely little keyboard!" My husband is probably getting fed up with this, but it's true -- it's a very pretty keyboard. You will get a lot of comments on it -- that's for sure. I even purchased a couple of matching mice to go with it (Logitech Pebble Mouse in pink goes really well as does Jelly Comb in "Red Wine" if you're also in the market for a matching set like I was), and voila -- look at this beauty!
Another -- and probably my main -- reason for the purchase was the small form factor. I have a very limited desk space, where I need to fit a Microsoft Surface in its docking station, a desktop with a large monitor, a keyboard and a mouse for the Surface, and a keyboard and two mice for the desktop (because I am ambidextrous), and, having purchased a massive huge drawing tablet, which arrives tomorrow, I was in an understandable hurry to make some room. Having used Logitech K280 for a couple of years with my desktop, even though the keyboard feels good to type on, it seems absolutely huge on my small desk, and especially unreasonably so considering that I hardly ever use its numeric keypad. My Logitech K280 is probably no bigger than other full size computer keyboards, but even before I had to consider making some room on my desk, it did feel bigger than I needed it to be. This one is small -- AND it's pretty that somehow, the ergonomics and the feel of the keystroke become so much less of a concern. With this little keyboard, my desk is wire-free, tidy, and there's now room for the graphics tablet I'm expecting tomorrow.
Height-wise, the keys are probably closer to the mechanical keyboard experience than to any other. If you're a laptop keyboard user, such as Microsoft Surface or an apple keyboard, this will take some getting used to. Keystroke-wise, they are a little spongy, and they do feel like during very fast typing, they may stick, though only very slightly but probably enough to miss a letter or type a lower case instead of a capital.
As I said, sometimes I need to write a lot, and though at those times the typing experience and the keystroke do matter to me, I don't think this keyboard is bad enough to impair my speed to a degree considerable enough for me to opt for an uglier version if that makes sense. I knew this wouldn't be perfect, and it isn't, but this keyboard IS good enough. Not to type all day every day, but it's okay. The keystroke here is not outstanding, but it's a perfectly usable keyboard which allows me to achieve reasonable speed and accuracy, and the look of the keyboard does make up for that -- for me at least.
The keyboard is not noisy. You quickly get used to the whole new typing experience. The round keys are not a problem. It's all good.
There are a couple of drawbacks. The spongy-feeling, tall keys are one. The other one is that the letters don't show up well on the darker keys. It's not a problem for someone who touch-types, and it is … because to start with I was looking for my PgUp, PgDn buttons, etc., as they're not where I'm used to look for them, and you can't easily see what's what in dimmer lighting. I'm sure it's something I'll get used to.
The biggest problem for me was, though, the fact that this keyboard does not come with a USB dongle. It was meant to substitute my desktop keyboard, and because my desktop does not have a Bluetooth connection with it, I had to purchase a separate Bluetooth dongle in order to be able to connect this keyboard to it. I was at a loss when I opened the box and there was no Bluetooth dongle -- it was so exciting to see this lovely keyboard and so frustrating not being able to use it! But I figured it out in the end. Which brings me to my next point.
The instructions are poor. There are instructions in English, but I wasn't able to establish how to connect the keyboard to my Surface (which DOES have a Bluetooth in it). So, in the end, I put the Surface Bluetooth in the pairing mode and started pressing some buttons while looking at the instructions. Honest to God I don't know what I pressed for some light to start flashing, but something did flash and the keyboard connected to my Surface. I think it was Fn+C, but don't quote me on it. The instructions are sparse, and they're poor.
I found the "unboxing" experience surprisingly satisfying. The keyboard came in a nice box, which was made out of decent card, it had a picture of the keyboard on the front and back, in its full colour glory, and it was well packaged inside the box. So, a plus there!
Very happy with my purchase overall. Very. I would buy another one of these, but considering how bad some people say battery life is on them, I purchased for my Surface the Logitech K380, which boasts two-year battery life (and an amazing typing experience with it) just to be on the safe side -- and a big pack of AAA batteries. I decided to do away with my older large Logitech keyboard and if the worst comes to the worst -- i.e. I run out of batteries and find myself unable to type large chunks of text on these deep spongier-feeling keys -- I will use the new Logitech K380 instead. But somehow this keyboard is so pretty and I like it so much something tells me that is not going to happen.
By lubna shahid on 22 August 2020
By Eve Hulme on 26 October 2020
The only thing that I wished if it's able to be charged via type-C cable that would make the keyboard more sustainable and not worrying about getting new batteries or so. Not used enough to see if the battaries are enough to last long but from what others say it seems to be durable to last for long time.
The keyboard got also delivered one day befor so that's a plus! Thank you
After a long time of use I see the batteries do last long actually, which is good, but once again another thing to complain about for me was when the keyboard goes in sleep mode, it would take some seconds to be turned on again and start typing. For me its a bit of downside as I found my self need to type something immediately but stuck waiting the keyboard to be turned on. Other than that the keyboard still really good and fast in typing thanks to the gaps between the keycaps.
The keys have no £ sign.. although the key which types it is the # key
The keys have no # sign .. although the key which types it is the .. well, there isnt a key that for the symbol on the # Key So you will need to search for that one!!! :) :)
or ~ sign
Although there is a " key, it is displayed as @..
So.. ok.. a few keys are a bit mixed up or just very secret and one or keys just do not exist, even though they are on the keyboard. These are not the good features of a keyboard!!! :)
But it is a fun cheap keyboard to use and I guess, if I was having to type a report everyday, I could get very annoyed with it, but as a cheapish, nicely mobile bluetooth keyboard, it generally meets my needs.
I would not buy one again unless the design of the keys married up more closely with what was under the buttons when I press them. It is nice that there is a £ sign, you just have to remember where it is hidden. :)