You literally do not need any drivers as once you insert the batteries an instant connection with the PC without inconvenient driver installation (Plug & Play) is what you get. The keys are very soft to press, it will take a little getting used to really. Key strokes have an up to 10 million key strokes lifetime, well I'll take their word for it as I'm not about to test that !.
The key response of the keyboard is pretty good though. You can type really fast on this one without getting annoyed in any way. The wireless keyboard is equipped with a full-size numeric keypad. You'll also spot a couple of volume keys. Missing are media function keys like quick start for browsers etc. The keys itself are based on membrane key stroke technology, not quite mechanical.
When we flip it on it's back you can see the two stands, so that would be the Adjustable 2-level Height option. The backside has rubber feet so the grip of the keyboard on the desktop is good.
The battery socket; it holds just one (provided) "AA" size Alkaline battery. No power switch is to be found here, the keyboard will power up/down based on user activity.
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