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Arteck 2.4G Wireless Keyboard Stainless Steel Ultra Slim Full Size Keyboard with Numeric Keypad for Computer/Desktop/PC/Laptop/Surface/Smart TV and Windows 10/8/ 7 Built in Rechargeable Battery

(10 customer reviews)

Easy Setup: Simply insert the nano USB receiver into your computer and use the keyboard instantly.
Ergonomic design: Stainless steel material gives heavy duty feeling, low-profile keys offer quiet and comfortable typing.
6-Month Battery Life: Rechargeable lithium battery with an industry-high capacity lasts for 6 months with single charge (based on 2 hours non-stop use per day).
Ultra Thin and Light: Compact size (16.9 X 4.9 X 0.6in) and light weight (14.9oz) but provides full size keys, arrow keys, number pad, shortcuts for comfortable typing.
Package contents: Arteck Stainless 2.4G Wireless Keyboard, nano USB receiver, USB charging cable, welcome guide, our 24-month warranty and friendly customer service.


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Industry Leading Ergonomic Design
Stainless steel material gives heavy duty feeling and the low-profile keys offer quite and comfortable typing.

Easy Setup and Use
Just simply insert the nano USB receiver into your computer like desktop or laptop, then the keyboard can be used instantly. No need driver.
The Keyboard will work up to 33 feet or 10 meters.
It allow you to gain quick access to common functions, such as volume level, playback control, copy paste text, and more. It also provides arrow keys, number pad with slim and compact design.

Comfortable, quiet typing
The whisper-quiet, low-profile keys bring a whole new level of comfort to your fingertips. What’s more, keep all your most-used functions and media controls closer than ever Windows-dedicated hot keys.The construction of this scissors-kick keys can be used more than 3 million times continuously.

Rechargeable Battery
Built-in industry-high rechargeable Li-polymer battery provides 6-month use on a single charge. (based on 2 hours non-stop use per day)

Specification: Arteck 2.4G Wireless Keyboard Stainless Steel Ultra Slim Full Size Keyboard with Numeric Keypad for Computer/Desktop/PC/Laptop/Surface/Smart TV and Windows 10/8/ 7 Built in Rechargeable Battery

Weight 14.9 lbs
Dimensions 16.85 × 4.92 × 0.55 in

10 reviews for Arteck 2.4G Wireless Keyboard Stainless Steel Ultra Slim Full Size Keyboard with Numeric Keypad for Computer/Desktop/PC/Laptop/Surface/Smart TV and Windows 10/8/ 7 Built in Rechargeable Battery

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  1. Kohdi L.L.C.

    I am a professional graphic designer and photographer with a strong background in IT using more keyboards than I can count. I am in the studio all day long working on numerous computers. THIS keyboard is seriously amazing! Specifically for the price! I initially set out to find a keyboard that had more of a laptop feel as the keys *click differently and seem to activate quicker. 90% of my shopping is online, reading reviews such as this so I rarely get to test a product before delivery. With that said…here is what i think: I LOVE the feel of this! Each key is exactly where it should be. Every key press has a softer click but I wouldn’t say is silent. The backside is the brushed metal which gives it the sturdy and professional feel. it is VERY lightweight, but the grips on the back keep it from sliding around on a flat surface. There is no palm rest so I have just pushed the board up a couple inches. Nothing to complain about there. It comes almost fully charged and uses the provided USB cable to recharge. Which I think is AWESOME because there is no reason to buy and replace batteries. It is incredibly responsive and just a joy to work on. I have purchased MANY keyboards. This replaced the bulky gaming keyboard that was just too much work to use. i prefer the short X keys over the mechanical ones any day! Ill DEFINITELY be purchasing another for the other machine! UPDATE: May 1st 2020 – Still going strong and still incredibly satisfied

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  2. Chow

    [Updated] I mentioned that this keyboard’s design is incredible: lightweight and ergonomic (it doesn’t take up much space despite being a full-size keyboard and the keys are so low that my fingers aren’t straining to hit the keys at all). Although the keys are rather flat, they’re actually quite springy to type on. I had some problems with the first keyboard I got (key sensitivity issues), and Arteck’s service team was quick to reach out to me about it. The issue was covered by the warranty and I received a replacement keyboard in two days (wow!). I’m pleased to say that the replacement is MUCH better; it doesn’t have any of the issues I encountered with the previous keyboard. At the risk of sounding like an endorsement, I gotta give my thanks to Arteck and their service team for their hard work.Read more

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  3. Coffeegroundz

    EDIT 2** The replacement item came free of charge, as customer service offered. The new keyboard does not seem to have any of the issues the first one did. That being the case, I have changed this review from a 3 to a 5. Great product and exceptional customer service. ** EDIT 1**: After leaving this review, Arteck customer service contacted me, unsolicited, regarding my concerns. They offered to send a replacement They were very friendly and fast and offered to replace the item at no cost, including shipping. I have updated this review from a 3 to a 4 simply for the GREAT customer service. I will update when the new products arrives and I am able to review. ** If you are a relatively fast typer than the keyboard will mis stokes. Especially on double leter strokes. I am typing this on my keyboard now, and not corecting ay of the erors that it causes. Especially on double leter strokes. The keybard looks great. I really like the fel of the keycaps and it is not too loud. It des get frustrating though, having to go back and corect wods that were typed correctly.Read more

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  4. T. Myers

    [UPDATE] So here’s the real deal. Arteck pushes you to write a good review regardless of the quality of the product. Both of the keyboards I received have the same issue where if I type a word with “ver” in it, I consistently get “veer” as the output. Sure they sent me another item after I had issues with the first one, and sure they ended up refunding me in the end, but I’ve never been urged to write a review the way Arteck did to me. Definitely unsavory and manipulative practices. I would recommend buying the same keyboard from one of the other companies who puts their logo on the same hardware. Maybe you’ll get one that wasn’t manufactured in the same batch as mine were. If it wasn’t for that issue, I really like the keyboard and would give it 4 stars. Now that I’ve got me refund and Arteck isn’t going to bully me, I’m writing the real review so that you can make an informed decision on your purchase. I received a couple keyboards with a manufacturing defect and Arteck is working diligently to resolve the issue. They stand behind their service and will work with you to make your purchase worthwhile.Read more

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  5. R.Lowe

    I bought this keyboard to use with my work laptop. The fact that it’s rechargeable is a huge reason for purchasing this specific keyboard. My previously employer provided me with a MacBook Pro and a wireless apple keyboard, so when I my new employer gave me a windows machine with a wired Dell keyboard, I came to Amazon. I was looking for a keyboard that was similar to the Apple keyboard that I had been using. While this isn’t quite the same, it’s pretty close. You can use the keyboard while it’s recharging (they provided a charging cable). The keyboard is very light and minimal (which I was looking for). I did have issues with the initial keyboard that I received. It seemed like the ‘G’ key was less responsive than the other keys, so I reached out to the seller. The seller provided excellent customer service. They promptly remedied the issues by sending me a replacement. The replacement seems to work as I would expect. I can definitely recommend this keyboard. If for some reason you do have issues, the seller seems to really stand behind their product.Read more

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  6. LukeW23042000

    At the time of purchase, this keyboard was on offer, down from £60 ($78.04 USD) to £20 ($26.01 USD). This will not in any way affect my verdict. I bought this keyboard as I needed a wireless keyboard for my Mac. Despite this being a Windows keyboard, everything worked perfectly fine (I have a Windows machine too). I’m not sure about whether this works on Windows (as I never tried it), but if you’re using a Mac you can tap the lock key at the end of the function key row and have the media control keys become your primary choice, instead of having to hold the FN key before tapping the function keys (to change a track, for example). I must also mention that the track skip and play/pause keys do NOT work unless you’re in the iTunes app or using the Finder. Any other apps do not allow you to change tracks, as far as I know. The build quality of this keyboard is absolutely fantastic. I had quite low expectations, considering I had never heard of this brand before and also factoring in the low price. Even at its recommended price, the build quality is on par with keyboards from larger brands which cost considerably more. The feel of the keys is sublime. The travel may be short, but if you have ever used mem-chanical keyboard before with shallow keys, this is perfectly fine. It is reminiscent of the keyboards you find in older MacBook Air models, which is a fair comparison as they both use scissor switches. The only difference is this keyboard is a little bit shallower than the keyboards found on MacBook Air models that predate the Butterfly keyboard. I guess you could say the key travel is a midpoint between the old MacBook scissor switch keyboards and the Butterfly mechanisms found on the newer models. Battery life is not something I can comment on at the time of writing, as I haven’t had the keyboard long enough. I have heard that it takes 2 hours (at most) to fully charge, and can last for 250 hours of continuous typing, or 6 months of realistic use. This is not what I would class as a trade-off, as if you use your keyboard frequently you can always charge it up overnight, while you’re having dinner or not using the system for other reasons. I must also mention that the keyboard can be used whilst it’s charging, so the time it takes to charge is not worth worrying about. I was impressed that this keyboard even came with a Micro USB cable. They are ridiculously cheap and most people who would buy this kind of thing would have loads of spares anyway. On this note, the cable is rather short at roughly 2 feet long but it’s a bonus that it even includes one in the first place. The only slight nit-pick that I could possibly make is that the keyboard charges via Micro USB. I shouldn’t need to explain why this is an issue, but I will sum it up really quickly: the port is not reversible, the cable itself has 2 prongs which can wear or be snapped off, and the port can get worn over time which can make a connection so loose that it becomes unusable. Considering the price it would cost to add a USB type C connection instead (which literally costs a few pence more), it really baffles me why this keyboard doesn’t adopt the vastly superior connector. This is one small gripe that doesn’t drastically affect my overall review of the product. In conclusion, this keyboard is absolutely fantastic and I’m really glad that I picked this one up. The keys are extremely stable, the travel is satisfying if you love clicky keyboards, the actuation force is minimal so there is less risk of RSI (repetitive strain injury) on your fingers and wrists from typing, and the build quality rivals much more expensive counterparts. Overall, I would give this thing a solid 9.8 out of 10. The only room for improvement would be to include a USB-C connection instead.Read more

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  7. Kamil

    I’ve been using this keyboard for over a week now and I’m really happy with it! I’ve seen some bad reviews about battery life or delays in typing but I haven’t encountered any problems with mine! The keyboard is slick, light, with anti sliding rubber underneath and metal on the bottom side of it, that makes it feel premium. Funny enough, the keyboard fits perfectly on top of my laptop if I need more space on the desk, as shown in my pictures. I haven’t had to charge it once yet, so I’ve nothing to complain aboout when it comes to battery life. In terms of speed of typing Vs input into your computer, the keyboard got connected almost instantly the first time I plugged it in and it’s been working as fast as my laptop inbuilt keyboard, without ANY delays. The keys are perfect size for my fingers, the indicators on top for different features like Function Lock or Caps Lock etc are super handy having them where they are, also in different colours. You see which features are on and off with just glancing them rather than having to look directly at them. The power switch is very handy, although it would be nice if it was lit up when on as well, but that’s minor Overall, value for money and a top notch product. Would totally recommend!Read more

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  8. John Zezelic

    I’m a sw developer by trade for past 30 years, and I used multiple keyboards in my life, including but not limited to Cherry, Microsoft, various laptop keyboards (including Apple), various random keyboards given to me by my employers, etc – this is, by far, the __best__ keyboard I ever typed on! As an experienced touch-typer (~100wpm), I really know what kind of a keyboard I want, and my priorities are a short key ‘dip’ and a resistance that lets me ‘feel’ that I pressed the key far enough. This one feels like its been literally tailored for me. I have just done the WPM test, and scored 115wpm. That’s 15wpm improvement over my previous tests (which went anywhere between 98wpm and 103wpm) The keyboard itself is very thin, so thin that it makes me wonder if its fragile or not – but it seems quite sturdy. I don’t know how long the battery will last, but I don’t really care. The keys are very much standard, so a programmer won’t have to worry about important keys being hidden behind Fn key or whatever. All in all – if you type for living, you want a keyboard with short dip and good resistance, and you’re reading comments to figure out whether you should buy this or not – look no further. I’m considering ordering another one just as a backup if this one fails.Read more

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  9. Grace

    The media could not be loaded. UPDATE: Although I received a faulty keyboard, ARTECK’s customer service is amazing. They sent me a new replacement right away without having to go through the trouble of shipping the faulty keyboard back. They constantly checked up on me which is rare in the customer service industry. Thank you guys! The customer service and care definitely makes all of the difference. UPDATED REVIEW AFTER 1 month use: If you’re actually going to constantly use this keyboard ..for school, work, etc, don’t bother. This keyboard worked perfectly until I actually needed it. I had a paper due for my masters program, and it stopped working. It would type sometimes and when it wants to. I charged it for a whole day because it was acting up the other day. Took me an hour trying to reconfigure it, then gave up because my paper was due in 3 hrs. This was beyond frustrating especially because my grades were on the line …. —————————— I bought this to use for my 2018 MacBook Pro. Works great for these reasons: – Easy setup with Mac – this is indeed a UK keyboard setup – buttery keys!! Love the feel, watch video! – I was worried there was no lifting/elevation option but the keyboard is already raised enough, it’s perfect – grip technology, the keyboard will not move unless you move it intentionally – only difference is the “Control” key will be the “Fn” key but you can change that on System Preferences- doesn’t bother me because I use Windows at work – slick, clean look – I could not justify a £120 apple keyboard and this is the perfect substitute Overall, brilliant, affordable keyboard !Read more

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  10. Bob Morris

    I was looking for a new slim wireless keyboard and stumbled across this after almost buying another brand. It can fully charged and was easy to pair to Windows 10 in literally seconds. if I had one minor grip that I’ll probably get used to would be the Enter Key, I keep hitting the # due to most keyboards having a double height enter. I will say I did ask support a technical question and they got back to me within 24hrs and sorted a minor issue. This was a shortcut keystroke / Windows 10 Question, nothing to do with the keyboard itself. The keyboard feels sturdy, solid, and I like the keystroke travel.Read more

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