Super-Tiny USB Keyboard

Super-Tiny USB Keyboard

If ultra-slim just isn’t small enough when it comes to your keyboard needs, what could possibly be the next step? The answer is simple: super-tiny, of course.

Features:

  • Low keycap notebook keyboard with 56 KEYS
  • Fn/Num lock change function
  • Static resistant magnetic, field disturb resistant
  • Silent switch feeling, feel comfortable
  • Small, lightweight and portable
  • Slim body that save working place
  • Available USB port
  • Dimension: 170 x 73 x 15mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 116g

Super-Tiny USB Keyboard

The Super-Tiny Keyboard is available from the USB Brando website for $25.

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Robert Birming

About Robert Birming

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

12 Responses to “Super-Tiny USB Keyboard”

  1. Wow, that is pretty small — nice find! I’m comparing this with my wireless Apple keyboard — any idea where the tab is? My guess is Fn + Spacebar but I’m not sure.

  2. This hand ?, E.T. from home… !

  3. Michigan Lotto Results Reply September 22, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    is pretty small but not wireless :(

  4. Hello
    I can not agree with what you wrote really….
    please ellaberate a bit more for me ;D

    cheers

  5. Sion, it looks like the sign on the space bar is the same as for tab. Maybe you double tap it to access the tab feature, I’m not sure.

    Thanks for stopping by folks!

  6. printercartridgeink kb Reply September 23, 2008 at 10:31 am

    tiny yes but is it comfortable to use should be wireless the next step a virtual keyboard and mouse

  7. I agree, a wireless version of this little keyboard would be awesome.

  8. Here is super keyboard with all nationals keys

  9. Well my fat fingers sure won’t fit on those keys. Maybe I should start typing with pencil erasers?

  10. interesting idea of keyboard

  11. I found this keyboard at Ergonomics Made Easy I was looking for something small to keep in a cabinet. I don’t use my keyboard a lot but when I do need it I just take it right out and plug it in. It’s hands down the best keyboard ever bought.

  12. Look at that guys hand. It is photoshoped 100%. Or ET, like the dude said.

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