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Logisys Ultra Slim Soft Touch Multimedia Keyboard

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The Logisys Ultra Slim Soft Touch Multimedia Keyboard has much more to offer than just your average keyboard. It has a two-tone matte/glossy black finish to compliment the very slim and compact design. The keystroke is soft and very quiet, while the palm rest ensures maximum comfort. Combine this with a range of internet and multimedia hot keys, and you have a recipe for a great product with a great price.

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I don't understand why "Driver CD not needed in Windows XP" is a Con. That seems like a positive to me, I like not having to install drivers before something works.
 
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I don't understand why "Driver CD not needed in Windows XP" is a Con. That seems like a positive to me, I like not having to install drivers before something works.
It is a positive, especially since functionality remains the same either way. Thanks to Newtekie1 for pointing the mistake out. :toast:
 

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Hmm no driver means a Microsoft default one... I've always preferred the manufacture provided driver in most cases... interesting point none the less
 
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The volume wheel is actually "accurate " if I may use that term. It has a nice range and actually allows for decent fine tuning of the audio. It will work fine with the standard drivers loaded through Windows, as far as drivers for Vista x64 I will have to inquire about that and get back with you as I do not want to make any assumptions.
 

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Thanks! My old Logitech UltraX PS2 is starting to fall apart and I'd love another scissors key style. I'm a big fan of power on by spacebar and that doesn't seem to work on USB devices. Hopefully it'll work w/ USB-->PS2.