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Bluetooth backlit keyboard - Periboard 808 - Simple Review

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I have been looking for a wireless backlit keyboard. The Logitech K800, K810, K830 surely are excellent options; however, I am not comfortable spending eighty plus dollars on a keyboard.

Less than a handful of alternatives were found on Amazon, such as Azio, Ivation, Perixx, SHARKK (alphabetical order), in the proximity of thirty-five bucks. Among them, Periboard 808 is the newest model, so I decided to give it a try.

Some pictures:



- Huge battery capacity, 1900mAh. I have been using it at full brightness for 2 weeks without recharging (3hr on weekday, 8hr on weekend).

- Thin and lightweight

- Signal range > 12 meter, within line-of-sight. So far no experience on connection or character lost, on android or PC.


- Plastic build. ( Check out SHARKK if you want metallic build)

- Light leakage at the edges of keys, a lot.







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