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SIIG JK-US0312-S1 USB Mini Computer Keyboard (Black)

MPN: JK-US0312-S1 | SKU: SV7622
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  • Plug and play installation - no additional drivers needed
  • Space saving compact size( 0.875 inch thick)
  • 5 hotkeys for internet, e-mails and multimedia functions
  • Water resistant keyboard - resists short circuit due to liquid spills
  • USB cable length: 58-Inch (147 cm)
  • Dimensions: 12.5-Inch (W) x 6-Inch (H) x 0.875-Inch (D)
  • Certifications/Standards: FCC, CE, RoHS
  • Key switch activation: Membrane
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  • Plug and play installation - no additional drivers needed
  • Space saving compact size( 0.875 inch thick)
  • 5 hotkeys for internet, e-mails and multimedia functions
  • Water resistant keyboard - resists short circuit due to liquid spills
  • USB cable length: 58-Inch (147 cm)
  • Dimensions: 12.5-Inch (W) x 6-Inch (H) x 0.875-Inch (D)
  • Certifications/Standards: FCC, CE, RoHS
  • Key switch activation: Membrane
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  • Customer Reviews
  • Q&A

Description

Looking for an extra small keyboard? This SIIG JK-US0312-S1 may be for you. Usable via any powered USB 2.0 port, this device is only a foot long, allowing it to rest comfortably in all but the smallest spaces. It's light weight design makes it easily portable as well. If you need to type comfortably in a small space, order this SIIG JK-US0312-S1 mini computer keyboard today.

  • Number of keys: 86
  • Hot keys: 5 - Internet Browser / Email / Vol+ / Vol- / Play and Pause
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Ultra slim design: 0.875 inch thick
  • Dimensions: 12.5" (W) x 6" (H) x 0.875" (D)
  • Light weight: <450g
  • Space saving compact size with the numeric keypad integrated into the QWERTY keyboard layout
  • Plug and Play installation with no additional driver installation needed

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • One (1) USB Mini Keyboard


Brand: SIIG

MPN: JK-US0312-S1

UPC: 662774007717

Compatibility: Compatible with Windows, requires one available USB port

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
SIIG
MPN
JK-US0312-S1
Keyboard Interface
USB
Design Style
Mini
Palm Rest
N/A
Normal Keys
86
Function Keys
5
Keyboard Color
Black
Dimensions
0.88" x 12.50" x 6.00" (H x W x D)
Type
Wired
Operating System Supported
Windows 8 (32-/64-bit) / 7 (32-/64-bit) / Vista (32-/64-bit) / XP (32-/64-bit) / Server 2003 & 2008 (32-/64-bit) / Server 2008 R2 / 2000 SP4
System Requirement
PC computer with an available USB port
Features
Plug and Play installation with no additional driver installation needed

Space saving compact size with the numeric keypad integrated into the QWERTY keyboard layout

Five hotkeys for internet, e-mails and multimedia functions

Water resistant keyboard - resists short circuit due to liquid spills

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.0
Reviews
5
43.75% (21)
4
25.0% (12)
3
12.5% (6)
2
10.42% (5)
1
8.33% (4)
By Hunter Novak
Abcdefghi_klmnopqrstuvwxyz
Received a defective board. The "j" key required far more force to actuate than would be considered normal, or even acceptable.
By Joanne Reyes
Four stars
Good
By Isobel Jackson
Fit our need for a small keyboard in a small ...
Fit our need for a small keyboard in a small area to use with our servers. Value for the price.
By
One star
Utter trash. The keys are completely screwed. Don't buy it.
By Jordan Douglas
Value oriented tenkeyless keyboard
10 keyless keyboards are great unless you're in some sort of accounting software regularly. Would like a dvorak version of this keyboard. Would have liked a more pronounced home row "bump". The feet on the back seem rather flimsy.
By Marina Durand
Tiny and wonderful
I use this at my work desk where i put my keyboard & mouse on a pull-out tray, and it fits with a little room to spare. It is simple, works perfectly, and is quieter than a mechanical keyboard.
By Heriberto Da Cunha
But this one works great! And it truly is small enough to not ...
Finally-- a mini-keyboard that works well! I purchased a couple others and had to return them, but this one works great! And it truly is small enough to not be at all a problem to carry back and forth in a pc bag. The keys "click" but aren't really noisy. My biggest concern was whether the keys would have good tactile feedback--not feel "mushy" - and they do, without having to press the keys hard either! The keys are as well properly spaced like a typical keyboard is--the keys are not "crunched" together, as might be the case on other mini-keyboards.(fyi--be aware that when you first power it up, the built-in number pad may be on, so it may seem like some of the keys don't work. You'll have to deactivate the keypad by holding down the function key & num key in the upper right.)
By Tobias Christensen
Four stars
Works good. No complaints.
By Sophia Renaud
Lots of great features, and one very disappointing flaw
My i.T. Department at work purchased this keyboard for me after i experienced ergonomic issues reaching across a number pad to get to my mouse. I always wanted a mini keyboard to avoid that situation and this one fits the bill.So here's the the good: the keys have a wonderful feel, the best i've ever experienced. The tops are slightly concave and the keys depress very easily but return crisply to original position. I can type much faster now! It's very quiet, too. I looked at tons of mini keyboards, and picked this one for the depressed key shape, the size of the keyboard, and the large size of the following keys: space, tab, caps lock, ctrl(2), alt (2), backspace, shift (2) and enter. Some mini keyboards compromise too much on the size of these keys. Plus, this keyboard's arrow keys are not function keys - they are dedicated keys. I couldn't be happier about this keyboard except for one thing. The bad: after using the keyboard at work for only seven days, the white letters on some of the keys are already starting to wear off. And my fingers are drier than most people's. I really am astounded. At this rate, they'll be worn off in a month. Right now, the only letter keys that are not fading much yet are q, w, p, z and x. Some of the letters on my old keyboard had worn off after using it for six years, and i had been looking forward to seeing the letters again! I think the company should send out some letter stickers or something because this is a very disappointing problem. I would have given it 5 stars if not for this issue.
By August Hansen
Built-to-last and great for typing: quit reaching so far for your mouse!
I'm a writer, a programmer, and a typing enthusiast who has beat the crap out of this keyboard; in fact, i apologize if this review goes on terribly long for that reason. Until i upgraded to a mechanical keyboard just this week, this siig mini keyboard was my workhorse for six years -- and that's no exaggeration. It's like a dear friend, so the least that i can do, after all of this time, is leave a review of it so that others know what this keyboard is all about.Durability: what do you want me to say? It's never had any mechanical problems, ever, and still feels brand new; the only reason that i upgraded to a (cheap) mechanical keyboard was mostly out of curiosity. For a few years, now, the key-labels of my most-used keys have been worn away -- so, if you're not a touch-typist, i can see that potentially being a problem for you. On the other hand, for a $20 keyboard, that has to be par for the course, and it never really caused me any problems as somebody that knows where to find the keys by feel. When i say that my "most-used" keys were faded away, i mean that three or four letter keys had lost their labels, leaving the key completely black.Size: this is the most important thing about this keyboard, and, despite its coming in so much smaller than a traditional keyboard, the keys, themselves, are not miniature; they're the same distance apart as on a standard keyboard, with only a couple of exceptions (to accommodate the repositioning of the arrow keys), so it won't take much getting used to. I originally purchased it because i was on an ergonomics kick, and i'd read somewhere that ten-key-less keyboards (this is technically an '84-key keyboard', since the arrow keys, 'home,' 'end,' etc., are snuggled up along the side) are better for ergonomics because they allow you lots of spare space on the right-hand side to bring your mouse in closer -- less reaching when you move the mouse, which means that your arms can rest at your sides in a more natural position. After having my desk set up this way for so long, i could never go back, and, when i sit at a traditional desk, i can't believe how far-off to the right the mouse is situated (you pretty much need an arm-rest, right?). Obviously, if your work involves data entry or if you play computer games which make a lot of use of the numpad, this is going to be a problem for you, but i insist to all of you that don't make constant use of your numpad: try a keyboard in this form-factor. Bring your mouse in closer. It feels great. Even if you make occasional use of a numpad, they're sold separately as standalone usb devices, or this keyboard's 'function-key' accessible numpad is serviceable.Feel: in my opinion, the typing-feel of this keyboard is insane for its price, and i say that as someone who's used cheap keyboards and found them deplorable. Since i got a new, mechanical, brown-switch keyboard a couple of days ago, i've been comparing it back-to-back with this siig keyboard, and, although there is a difference, it really goes to show just how comfortable a rubber-dome keyboard like the siig mini can be. In fact, depending on your preferences, i would argue that there are things that the siig does better: although the keys on the siig depress a satisfying distance, the tops of the keys are broader and flatter (less 'space' between the peaks of the keys). To me, this makes it very pleasant to glide my fingers from key-to-key; i find that, with my new, mechanical keyboard, with more traditional keys, i have to lift my fingers a little bit higher when moving between keys because i can't just glide them over the top like i'm used to. Secondly, despite the fact that my new brown-switches aren't manufactured to be "clicky" (like blue switches), the mechanical action and bottoming is still much louder than typing on the rubber domes of this siig, which has a more subtle 'tap-tap-tap' sound (just the sound of plastic clicking against plastic, which is what i was doing on this keyboard, versus the thudding and spring 'pinging' of a mechanical). Finally, the rubber domes on this siig keyboard have a very tactile feel to them, since you begin the actuation by pushing down against the top of a rubber dome, which is resisting you. Once the dome caves in, the key quickly falls the rest of the way, almost pulled down, to make electrical contact with the board, thus registering the key-press.After all of these years, i decided to get a mechanical keyboard because i wanted to see if it would require slightly less force to depress the keys, and the difference is very, very subtle, which isn't surprising; after years and years of using my siig, i've always felt that the force required to push the keys down was very light.Oh, and i should repeat: the distance and positioning of the keys is 99% identical to that of a standard us keyboard. This keyboard is only "miniature" in the sense that the numpad has been removed and just a couple of the wider keys have been shrunken a bit to accommodate the arrow keys.If you're on this page, i imagine that some combination of queries must have gotten you here: maybe you're looking for a cheap keyboard, maybe you're looking for a mini keyboard. In any of those cases, you have found your keyboard; it's $20. You're not going to find a nicer keyboard than this for $20, unless you're really offput by the relatively wide, flat design of the keys, which i actually think felt great to type on. The key-action is great, the size is great for ergonomics (or if your desk is just lacking space). It's lasted me countless years without any trouble except for a couple of the key-labels fading away.Buy it![for the curious, my newer keyboard is a drevo grammr, which i bought because it has the same layout as this siig, and that's rather uncommon. It costs twice as much and is missing the siig's dedicated media keys (which could be a pro or a con; i kind of miss them, but it does make the keyboard even smaller). I still haven't decided if it's truly an improvement over the siig; the mechanical keys feel nice, but the siig's rubber domes really were nothing to sneeze at, especially as far as non-mechanical keys go.]

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Question & Answers
By OutletPC Shopper on 2016-09-24
How does the function key work? Push on/off? Because we just bought a mini keyboard and it sucks. The function on it must be held down to type the letters, which is screwy. Does this one work the same?

By Customer Service on 2016-10-03

Answer:
Larry, You will have to hold it down while typing. Most keyboards with the Function feature will required it to be held down.


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