Trust 24095 Taro Wired Keyboard, Qwerty UK Layout, Quiet Keys, Full-Size Keyboard, Spill-Resistant, 1.8 m Cable, USB Plug

£9.99

  • FULL-SIZE UK LAYOUT - The Trust Taro has a full-size QWERTY UK layout and includes a Numpad for optimum productivity
  • SPILL-RESISTANT - The keyboard is spill-resistant, so you can continue your work if you spill some of your drink
  • PLUG AND PLAY - Just plug in the 180cm long USB cable and this easy-to-use keyboard will work automatically on any Windows, macOS, and ChromeOS PC or laptop
  • NOISE REDUCTION - The Taro has been designed to be up to 50% quieter so you won't disturb your colleagues when working
  • COMPATIBILITY - This keyboard is compatible with Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux

Description

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From the manufacturer

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The Trust Taro wired key­board has been designed for opti­mum effi­cien­cy and pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. The key­board has a full-size lay­out with numpad, is spill-resis­tant and height adjustable. And with up to 50% noise reduc­tion, you can focus on the job at hand.

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Comfort

A good key­board needs to be com­fort­able to use. The low pro­file keys and fold-out feet pro­vide exact­ly the right com­fort whilst the 180cm USB cable means you can posi­tion the key­board any­where on the desk. You also don’t need to wor­ry about installing soft­ware or set­ting macros as the Taro wired key­board is a plug-and-play work­horse com­pat­i­ble with Win­dows, macOS and Chrome OS.

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Spill-resistant

You don’t have to wor­ry about spilling your drink on the Taro wired key­board, as the spill-resis­tant design will let you con­tin­ue your work with­out has­sle. Just pour your­self a new drink and car­ry on.

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Additional information

Weight 495 kg
Dimensions 14.8 × 44.9 × 3 cm
Brand

Trust

Product Dimensions

14.8 x 44.9 x 3 cm; 495 Grams

Item model number

24095

Series

Taro

Color

Black

Power Source

Corded Electric

Operating System

Linux Chrome OS

Item Weight

495 g

ASIN

B08D9PZDGW

Date First Available

14 Sept. 2020

Manufacturer

Trust

Reviews

  1. Rebec­ca B.

    Not good if you type fastI look at the key­board when I’m typ­ing not the screen and when­ev­er I typed a sen­tence when I looked it up was al in gib­ber­ish. Turned out the key­board could keep up when I was typ­ing slow but if I typed at any sort of mod­er­ate­ly fast speed it would miss out mul­ti­ple let­ters in each word. No good for me at all. returned the next day, save your­self the has­sle and pick a dif­fer­ent keyboard.

  2. axs-bham

    Good val­ue: £11.98 next day deliv­ery. But paint com­ing off “2”, “L”, “S”, “N” keys. Dis­ap­point­ing!Used com­fort­ably many hours a day work­ing at a Lin­ux PC (lots of key­board inter­ac­tion — mouse not used as much as on mac or win­dows). Key­board lay­out exact­ly cor­rect for UK (despite pic­tures on some web sites show­ing non-UK lay­out). Flaps at back pro­vide slight tilt: enough for me. rub­ber feet at back pre­vent slid­ing on smooth wood­en sur­face. Cable more than long enough to go all the way round to back of PC on shelv­ing adja­cent to desk. Keys have a nice pos­i­tive action, and almost silent — would not dis­turb any­one else in the same room. Excel­lent val­ue for mon­ey after two weeks use. ADDED A FEW WEEKS LATER: qual­i­ty not as high as I thought — white paint com­ing off one of the keys already: the “2” key label. A few months lat­er more keys lose paint: “L”, “S”, “N”. Pathet­ic! Reduced from 4 stars to 1. Why can’t they use bet­ter paint, like oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers? It would be worth it for a small addi­tion­al cost.

  3. Kin­dle Customer

    Noisy key­board, let­ters rub off the keysVery noisy clacky key­board, space­bar is so noisy I some­times won­der if it’s faulty but it keeps work­ing. Much much loud­er than the key­board on my lap­top, when I’m talk­ing on the phone and typ­ing it’s a real strug­gle to hear the per­son on the oth­er end. How they can call it qui­et I don’t know, because it’s very noisy. After about 2 months use the let­ters are wear­ing off the keys so they’re just black keys with no let­ters. I’d say you get what you pay for but not real­ly because there are cheap­er key­boards than this.

  4. E. L.

    tial using key­board easy to use if very slow typerAs you can see this is not the best my mac is doing he pre­dic­tive tex and fix this bt the actu­al key­board mies out let­ters if you are use to typ­ing at nor­mal human sped and not two fin­ger typ­ing. im going that with me bash­ing keys hard­er the this has worked but at present its a lit­tle sil­ly and­hope­fu­ly in time it wi reg­is­ter — so it might be fine or arthrit­ic hands ad try slow typers but or none who grew up on msn chat this is very lag­gy more so tan a wirlees key­board. bought wired think­ing it would e bet­ter­might jus ned to replace my mac one­may see if this is any bet­ter on my works win­dows lap­top­will come back to update

  5. Dave

    Cheap and cheer­fulI bought this as it was on offer, about £6,and I need­ed a cheap key­board in a hurry.I use it for home­work­ing, does its job, feels good.I would­n’t have any gripes about using it for gam­ing, but im a casu­al, not look­ing for high apm, im not a twitch gamer so your mileage may vary in that respect.For me, so far, it does what I need it to, its respon­sive, com­fort­able and was cheap.

  6. Andy

    Good key­board but no instruc­tions!No paper­work includ­ed. I sim­ply want­ed to know some basics like what the 12 func­tion keys control.First reply from sell­er just said there was no paper­work avail­able. On push­ing them they sent a reply giv­ing some sug­ges­tions as to what the keys may do, depend­ing on oth­er factors.I have not tried them all yet but I sim­ply want­ed to know things like how to raise/lower vol­ume etc. Still no men­tion of BASICS like that at all. Although feed back was prompt it was of lit­tle use. I would not rec­om­mend for this rea­son. (unless, unlike me, you know all the answers already)!

  7. Anoth­er Customer

    Works dur­ing win­dows but keys stick on boot upIf you want to use this key­board to nav­i­gate the bios or select boot options you can’t.Pressing an arrow key or the arrow keys on the numpad once does­n’t move you to the next option but to the last. Its almost as if you’re keep­ing your fin­ger on the key, or as if the but­ton is jammed.This isn’t a prob­lem dur­ing Win­dows, the keys work as they should.So if you nev­er plan on doing a fresh install, nav­i­gat­ing your bios or using the key­board arrow keys before win­dows has boot­ed. This will do you fine, if not look elsewhere.I sent mine back.

  8. Mr Man

    Not very respon­sive — have to press keys twiceNot hap­py with this key­board. It doesn’t com­pare with oth­ers I’ve had. The keys are not respon­sive and you can’t type more than 3 words with­out a let­ter not reg­is­ter­ing. It’s def­i­nite­ly the keys because I’ve typed slow­ly mak­ing sure to press every key, yet some let­ter keys still do not reg­is­ter. I’ll have to buy a dif­fer­ent one now, waste of time and money.

  9. Ker­ri Lawrence

    GreatI was so sick of my wire­less key­board play­ing up and typ­ing things on its own! So hap­py I bought this, works per­fect­ly and great val­ue for mon­ey. Some­times more tech­nol­o­gy is not the answer! Got rid of my wire­less mouse for the same rea­son, always play­ing up. Gone back to old plug in style which is so light and no problems.

  10. Ama­zon Customer

    Worst key­ord ever — oes­nt pick up h key pres s eint rom this review. Do not buyBasic kyoad and chep — guess you get wht you pay for — akes n ag to write any­thing as the keys do not lways pik up — need firm res each ime and even then does­nt pick­up ll the time. My avie is spend a lit­tle tra and et a lighty bet­ter on- I hav nev­er used a key­board as bd as thi.

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