The most typical computer keyboards are about twice as wide as they are long and have dedicated arrow and navigational keys. Many also have a numeric keypad. Do all of us need this type of keyboard or would a keyboard dedicated to our needs be a better fit?
Rosewill thinks a keyboard created for the specific task at hand is a better idea. They have created a unique computer keyboard that you can use as part of a home theater system… a distinctive keyboard for a dedicated use.
The Rosewill RK- V1TP comes in a black box, enclosed in a black sleeve, as shown in Figure 1.
Inside the box is the keyboard itself, the USB wireless dongle, and four AA-batteries, as shown in Figure 2.
As you can see in Figure 2, this is no ordinary keyboard. It is shaped differently than most keyboards. While most keyboards are wider than they are deep, this one, at 12.2" (310 mm) wide and 8.5” (216 mm) deep, has a much squarer look. It is 0.55" (14 mm) high when the legs are folded in.
Figure 3 shows the Rosewill next to a more conventional keyboard. There is a big difference!
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Setup
- 3. Using the Keyboard
- 4. Multimedia Functionality
- 5. Specifications
- 6. Conclusions