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Omnitech Flexible Keyboard Reviews?


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#1 Rebecca.

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 06:22 PM

Today I was in Staples looking over the keyboards; my keyboard is old and freezes a lot, and both my mother and I agree that it's time for a new one. There was a flexible keyboard by Omnitech, ten dollars - very cheap, black, looked like it was very easy to use and wouldn't be easily destroyed; like it'd last us a while.

This is the keyboard I was very close to buying, but was wondering about.
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If anyone has this keyboard, all I am asking for is some simple reviews .. do you like it, or do you not? Is it useful? Does it work well? Is it easy to type with? Is it worth buying? I want your full and honest opinion, just so I know what I'd be in for if I do end up buying it. Thanks to anyone who helps.
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Posted 09 August 2009 - 08:20 PM

I remember a former member talking about it once
He said, for what he bought it to do, It was fine
He didn't say it was a piece of garbage or anything like that
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Posted 17 August 2009 - 04:45 PM

I know the ones for PDA's sucked. I tried one out for my Palm TX and didn't work very well. You may have better luck with a PC since you can directly connect it. It's having mixed reviews on the web Youtub Video. I personally Use a Logitech wave keyboard and love it. If you do allot of typing I would go to the store and give the keyboards a test drive. Ergonomic keyboards are a life saver, if however you are used to typing on a flat keyboard it will take some getting used to.

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Posted 03 April 2010 - 08:32 AM

i brought this one and it sucks. Unresponsive key. You have sometime to push really hard to get some key to work. Not recommended if you are a fast writer. Got another one in exchange and do the same thing. Maybe there is some other brand of flexible keyboard around that might work great but avoid the Omnitech ones.




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