Trust Taro Manual PDF. I don't know how it can come to the reviews here who think this Trust Taro Wired Keyboard isn't quiet. They had made me a little insecure, but luckily I ordered the part anyway. What can I say? I have a glass desk on which all the keyboards performed pretty bad acoustically, but this cheap darling absolutely excites me in that regard. In addition, the keyboard is bombproof on the table. And that at the price? Absolutely great!
I use the Trust Taro Wired Keyboard at home as an external keyboard for my slouch, because I can use it on the 'drawer' of the desk much more comfortably and back-friendly than its originally integrated one, which also rattles outrageously. In addition, it bothers me there that the touchpad constantly drives me into the parade because I accidentally tickle it with my shirt sleeve.
But these are purely personal points of view that do not necessarily need to be generalized. When I go on a trip, the emergency book comes into its own as a compact unit. That also has something to offer.
I bought the keyboard-mouse combo for my daughter for "home schooling". Didn't have to be anything great / expensive and only worked after we had to set up a computer quickly. Therefore I found the partly negative reviews to be negligible.
The delivery was made quickly. Everything was included as described: mouse, keyboard, transmitter / receiver. And in perfect condition. Even the batteries were contained in the battery compartments, secured with plastic strips.
Trust Taro Wired Keyboard Installation was easy: Stick it in and get started on Windows 10. While trying out the keyboard, I (an office worker for almost 20 years and formerly a 'gambler') could say "Wow, that's great." don't hold back. I think the stroke is super soft, the noise level is really quiet and the keys are well distributed. The only better keyboard I had so far was a gaming keyboard with light and multiple assignments from the end of the 2000s, which the average user does not need, neither do I. After their death, I bought a Logitech MK330 combo in the middle of the year, which including the mouse is significantly louder and less comfortable. The daughter has now had it and I am happy about this set with a great price-performance ratio.
For the price of 9 euros, this Trust Taro Wired Keyboard is very good for simple use. And it's true, the keystroke is quiet. I don't know to what extent the keyboard is splash-proof. I didn't want to pour any liquid on the keyboard to test it.
I can't say anything about long-term use, because I've only been using this keyboard for a few weeks. Regarding the quality: the keyboard is great for 9 euros. This also has fold-out feet on the back. I couldn't see any manufacturing defects on my keyboard and, in my opinion, looks robust and looks very good. For easy use, this keyboard is great!