Tuesday, July 26, 2005
convertible keyboard is here!
Well, my convertible keyboard just arrived. This keyboard does not have the earlier issues that I reported in my le1600 review.
I have found that the side latches are easier to grasp and pull when the keyboard is on top of the tablet, so you can grasp the latches from the bottom.
It still types really well. Very quiet. The tilt angles are still the same as in my first review. The hinge as a lot more play in it than I would like, but its’ not that big of an issue. If you were on a plane, I could see the screen bouncing back and forth a little – more so than what a regular laptop would.
I’m going to run it through its’ paces for the next week or so with the typing and report back. Overall, though, I’m much happier with this keyboard than with the old hardtop keyboard.
What I really like about this keyboard is the wide range of angle placement - like a true laptop screen. once you get the angle set, though, there is a little bit of bounce / play to it.
The keyboard also has a power connection and a connection port for usb and the accessory port.
It's either straight up and down or all the way back.
Is mine broke?
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