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Ortek Eagletouch MCK-90 Mini Silver USB Keyboard with USB Hub
Review Date: 1st August 2003
Reviewed By: Clinton "SileNceR" Warburton
Product: Ortek Eagletouch MCK-90 Mini Silver USB Keyboard with USB Hub
Rating: 93%
Manufacturer: Ortek
Supplier: N/A
Printable Version: Acrobat PDF (320KB)


For the majority of us, using a keyboard is one of the main ways we interface with our computers. Unless you're an avid fan of Voice Recognition Technology or some other weird and wonderful typing method.

The keyboard has been around forever it would seem - especially the now-standard QWERTY layout which was designed in 1868 by Christopher Sholes, the inventor of the type-writer, to make it easier to type by spreading the more used keys around the keyboard. An alternative to the standard QWERTY keyboard is Dvorak, designed in the 1930's in such a way that the most common keys are on the centre row of the keyboard. Today, however, we're going to take a look at an 89 key QWERTY style mini-keyboard from Ortek.

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Functional, smart, stylish, small and cool. All these terms could be used to describe the Eagltetouch MCK90. But lets start at the beginning, with a brief list of specifications.

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