Bij The Tech Zone staat een kleine review online van de Silitek SK-7500 draadloze keyboard. Ziet er wel cool uit, alleen wat ze met de numerieke keypad hebben gedaan vind ik niks. Hieronder wat info:
When I got the Silitek SK-7500 home, I was very eager to test out how well the infrared would work. Randomly typing I moved the SK-7500 in every angle, to my surprise the infrared receiver picked up every signal the keyboard sent. Although the specified range on the SK-7500 is 23-feet (7 meters), your monitor is what dictates how far away you are. In my test I was about 10 feet away, the SK-7500 worked perfectly at this distance.
The I-Point stick (it acts as a mouse pointer) is one feature any cordless keyboard should have, it takes almost no space and isnít in the way while I was typing. Like any other mouse alternative, the I-Point does take take time to get use to. When holding the keyboard and using the I-Point, my hands tend to wrap around it very well (it was like I was holding a gamepad). The I-Point does lack in one areaÖ.gaming, I tried it on Quake 3 and my hands keep jumping from the I-Point to the keys.
When using the keyboard I did miss one thing, thereís no conventional numeric keypad. In place of a numeric keypad, Silitek has used an embedded numeric keypad (the center right keyboard keys are the numbers), you activate it with the num lock key. If your used to a notebook, itís similar in design. Key pressure on the SK-7500 is good, itís light and easy to type with.