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Reviews Categories | Contesting Hardware | High Sierra Kontestor\'s Keyboard Help


Reviews Summary for High Sierra Kontestor\'s Keyboard
High Sierra Kontestor\'s Keyboard Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $30.00
Description: This neat little keyboard is approximately 11.75 by 4.5 inches and about 1/2 of a inch thick. There are 4 rubber pad that keep the keyboard from moving. It weighs just 14 ounces. The bottom is metal and provides some RF shielding It has a standard USB connector. So you simply plug it into any USB port on your computer and it works. There is no software to install. It works with XP, Vista and Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit).

This Kontestor's Keyboard occupies about half the space of a standard keyboard. It has all of the keys needed for running the software for contesting. It even has a 10 key numbered keypad. The 'F' keys are now dedicated.

So, if you are using a big 'klunky' keyboard, our new and improved Kontestor's Keyboard is the one to buy.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.hamcq.com/kontester39s-keyboard-kontester39skeyboard.html
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N2CRT Rating: 5/5 Nov 3, 2014 18:59 Send this review to a friend
Compact Keyboard - Great Idea & Great Product  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
When on the radio, I normally use my Toshiba tablet to run QRZ. This allows me quick call sign lookups and use of their log. The Kontestor's Keyboard plugs directly into the USB port on the tablet and makes all inputting a snap. It's way better than tapping. The best thing is that is slides under my FTdx1200 and is invisible until I slide it out. No doubt it would be just as handy for someone using a laptop or desktop computer. Thanks to Jim, W6LG, for bringing this product to the market along with so many other goodies (especially Raincoat tape.)
 


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