Has anyone actually used this,,and got feedback
I would like to know if it is as good as they say,,USB connections must, large easy to read,,and how about in the dark? Will i need to turn a light on or does the glow in the dark work? Spill proof would be ok,,not ecstatic about that. And the size of the keyboard,,is it actually larger than the standard or normal keyboard? I tried looking in the brick and mortar store,,have had no luck as of yet.
asked 10 months ago
on As seen on TV EZ Eyes Glow-in-the-Dark Keyboard and Mouse, 2 pack
Mine is not "AS GOOD AS THEY SAY". It is not wireless, neither is the mouse, has no place for a USB, doesn't Glow in the dark, haven't spilled anything on mine yet so I can't help you there. They numbers and letters are larger than other keyboards and it does seem easier on which to type. You get two (2) so I guess you get your monies worth as far as a regular keyboard goes.
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it uses USB connection, read my review about glowing. I don't have to use a light turned on to see it. I love it. Not sure about spill proof. I haven't been lucky :) enough to try that out. It is a standard keyboard, not ergonomic but I never had a problem with that, it seems comfortable to me. I typed all this on it.
It is 17 inches long by 5 inches wide. It is the same size as my wireless key board that I used before I got this one. My computer sets in a corner so it gets dark in the corner but I can see the keys very well. I couldn't on my other keyboard. I don't know if it glows in the dark because I just got it today have to wait and see about that tonight. But it is very cloudy today and where I have my computer the corner is real dark today but I can see the keys very well.
Characters on the keys are substantially larger than on regular keyboards; the keys are pretty much of regular size, maybe just slightly larger.
The keyboards I got worked perfectly, had a good touch and all of the keys worked on each (I tested each key) They do not glo in the dark in my opinion. They have green keys and the black letters have nice contrast but I don't think they would do well in dark since no illumination from keys, at least none one I had Don't know about spill proof
USB connections on both the mice and the keyboards. The glow in the dark doesn't last very long once it's charged, so have a light source handy. The letters on the keys are nice and large, easy to read.
I love my keyboard and gave the second one to my daughter and she really likes hers too. The keyboard is about the same size of a normal keyboard, but the keys are larger and so is the lettering, making it much easier to see, it has a USB plug, the glow in the dark is like any glow in the dark product, it must receive and store up light so if it is situated in a bright room or with a lamp it will glow.
It is USB. It is about the size of the average keyboard, maybe a little bit thinner. If you are typing in the total darkness, you will need some kind of light source as the "glow in the dark" is puny at best. I don't know if it is spillproof....I don't spill stuff on my keyboards.
USB connection. Keyboard is larger than most. Didn't try the "glow in the dark feature" because I returned both of mine as defective -- a letter key doesn't work on one board; large piece broken on frame of the other.
My grandson have a low vision problem and the keyboard has been a great help to him. it is a regular size keyboard but the contrast in color is what helps him see the board and the letters. It is USB .
To me it feels as good, or better, than any keyboard I've ever used.
Yes, it's USB connector.
It is quite easy to read with large characters on the keytops.
Dim light seems to be ok for seeing the keys. Total darkness I don't know.
Yes, I also don't care about the spillproof.. at least, until I spill something on it.
(or one of my cats barf a hairball on it :-)
Is is about the same size as a standard pc keyboard.
(& smaller than my old Gateway 2000 keyboard)
For only $10 it's worth a try! (I really like it)