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Date: April 17th, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Auravision
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This particular keyboard retails for about US$99 plus shipping. Check out there list of online retailers HERE. Some people may think that this is a little steep for a keyboard. But, with the amount of EL technology included, the price is quite reasonable.




The product box contains the actual keyboard and a installation manual. While pulling the keyboard out of its box, I noted that the keyboard had a little bit of heft to it and it was quite rigid.



Before I received the product, I was thinking that the keys on the key board would be made out of a one piece membrane of soft plastic. But as you see above, I was surprised to see that each key was separate and not connected in any way.



Being a slim keyboard, the direct competitors of Eluminx didn't include a numeric keypad and for what reason, I have no clue. I was glad that Eluminx kept this feature because when I'm setting up my gaming controls, I like having the numeric keypad for programming in-game functions and special features. The three inches doesn't make a whole lot of difference. Above the keypad you can see the standard Caps, Num and Scroll Lock indicator LED's.

 


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