• Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
  • Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)
Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)

Sungwoo Foldable Silicone Keyboard USB Wired Waterproof Rollup Keyboard for PC Notebook Laptop (Black+Grey)

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  • Flexible, Soft, Foldable, Roll-up, Silent, Waterproof, Dustproof, Lightweight, Portable and easy to store. Multiple function make it an extraordinary computer keyboard!
  • Soft silicone material: Made of high intensity and high elasticity silicone gel, non-toxic and odorless. Flexible material allow you to fold it or roll up freely, very handy and convenient to take with notebook, laptop and mac.
  • Waterproof and dustproof: No additional keyboard cover skin required, food crumbs or dust can be easily cleaned thoroughly. Clean the silicone keyboard with water, alcohol, or alcohol based disinfectant.
  • Silent Click: Soft material allows discreet silent typing experience. No typing sound design makes you have a quiet working environment and avoid disturbing others. At night, it can keep your family have a good sleep and also keep you do work seriously.
  • Warm Tips: To protect the keyboard and extend service life, pls do not damage the item as following actions: stretch and twist keyboard; place heavy objscts on keyboard; spill liquid on keyboard; press on rolled up keyboard.

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AWFUL! Maybe make a coaster for coffee table? Thi is awful. Mising ks unl ou pres relly hrd. lmost unusebl. Thi i usinthe kebord for this revw. Stay away. Pressing hard makes it work. Going in the trahcan after thi review 1Not durable! Lasted about a month....maybe a total of 12 hour of use. I was working on a mini itx comp build and figured this would be a good keyboard to use as it packs away in a very small space. But that was the only thing it is good at does not work at all anymore 1Great little keyboard. I love this keyboard. Take it with me for work.Very easy to transport. Rolls up and fits in the little cardboard box its packaged in.Works great. Keys work well. Fits hand like a regular keyboard. Nice finish.Glad I bought it, I'd buy again, and I recommend to a friend. 5They work in the academic sense...just don't expect to do 100 wpm on them. OK this review is actually based on the purchase of ten of these that I shipped to students for a remote class thing. This is both based on my own personal feedback and their aggregated feedback:Out of ten of them, the number row was nearly non-functional on two of them, and sticky/hard to use on two more of them. I'm not sure if a different type of button was used there or what but it is weird that that particular area of the board very consistently had a problem. The other keys generally worked...just in their own special way that I don't particularly like, however I recognize that people like different keyboards. However out of the ten high school students who were using them, they all, except for one, said they did not like using these things...several going so far as to say they hated them. If you are a fast typer or a touch typer, this keyboard will be like trying to sprint through a pit of mud...it will slow you down unbelievably. The number of false-hits is really high. In the case of a hard plastic key, pushing at the edge or off center is almost always sufficient to bring the whole key down...in the case of these things because the keys are bendy material, off-center hits or not pushing hard enough will often not succeed. You really got to have a head-on collision with these keys. Reminds me of old typewriters.The right shift is too small for my taste when I was using one...kept pushing the up arrow or then kept overcompensating after a while and pushing the ? key... I really need a shift key that is two-letter-keys in width to be happy.So take these thoughts for what it is worth.Now...if you are a slow typer and/or one finger typer who looks at where your'e pushing, this will probably be a fine keyboard. Also after getting these all back from the students I actually decided to dunk one of them in a full sink and see if it still worked. And it did! So they are waterproof, and they do roll-up which everyone has a knee-jerk "wow that's cool reaction to" 2regular keyboard shrunk 30%, WHY? Not good for people with med to large hands. If your hands are on the large size, this is not for you! The right shift key is half the size of the left shift key. I have been trying to get used to this shrunken keyboard. I hate the right shift key the most. All keys are very small, but why shrink a keyboard? Right shift key is also half the size of the enter key and the right shift key is half the size of the left shift key; my little finger invariably winds up on the arrow up key. (see pic) Layout is obviously designed by someone who doesn't type English in the slightest. (see pic) My last keyboard lasted a month until all the commonly used letters wore off, then I cleaned it and now it is dead. Pay a few more dollars and get a decent board! This one is HUGELY annoying! 1Useless This keyboard has such an awesome design, which is why I am sad to see it be such a bad input device. I'm a touch typer, but even slowly hunting and pecking often resulted in keys being not detected, or detected twice, or possibly the key right next to it getting detected instead. I cannot, though careful typing, enter a 16 letter password correctly more than 30% of the time. Worst of all, after just a few months of light use, the g key completely broke, no longer getting detected. Overall, not worth it. 1shhhhhhhhhhhhhh....silent typing going on. My friend who sits beside me at work WAS ALWAYS harrassing me because my long fingernails were always making so much noise when I typed on my keyboard. Now I know he was kidding but the hard plastic keyboard was a pain, especially when we had our weekly meetings in the office. I couldn't type until everyone was done with the meeting. I purchased this silent keyboard kind of as a joke. I brought it to work and guess what? I LOVE IT! It took a minute to get used to, as the surface is a little different. I can type in absolute silence now without disturbing anyone! As a bonus, it rolls up compactly in case I want to take it home and use it with my laptop. I accidentally left my flat iron on the laptop keyboard and melted two of the keys. Ahem. I think I will just buy another one for at home. lol 5Changing my review Bought this for my son to use with his old laptop that has lost some keys. Somehow they sent the order twice but I figured I'd keep both. The first broke about a week later and the space key stopped working after about 3 weeks, Not great quality.The company contacted me after this review and told me the hold the keyboard vertically and shake it. It seems to have done the trick. 4So far so good.... The keyboard comes in a fairly small box all rolled up - which I like, because it shows me that I'm able to transport it that way, even if that means that it will stay rolled up for a few days at a time.It seems kind of small - but I guess I don't know what I was expecting. I plan on using this for meetings and while traveling, so the size is actually perfect. I'm using it as my main keyboard right now so that I can get used to typing on it.Someone else had mentioned that this keyboard is not suitable for "expert typers" which I consider myself to be - generally around 105 WPM typing speed. I agree and I disagree.Because the keyboard has less real estate to work with due to its smaller size, some of the keys have shifted. Specifically, the middle rows between the letters and the number pad. (Backspace, directional arrows, page up, page down) ya know - that section. So it is causing me just a little bit of issue when I'm not looking at the keyboard as my pinky goes to hit "shift" but ends up hitting the up arrow. Those kinds of things.BUT other than that, I feel as though the keyboard is keeping up well with my typing speed. I'm not having to hit buttons more than once - I can feel them going down so no issue wondering if the stroke was taken - and it's REALLY quiet.Can I type at 105WPM?? Probably not as my hands aren't used to the placement of the keys yet - but the speed at which I'm typing is perfect for when I'm in meetings, etc. No need to go super fast anyway.All in all, a great purchase so far. I also went for the $1.25 protection plan for 4 years offered by Amazon. I figured at a dollar, if this thing breaks - what an easy way to get it fixed!PS. If you're looking for a water-proof keyboard, I'm not sure that this is a great option. The package comes with a warning list, which includes - Don't spill liquids on keyboard! 5I travel a lot and hate using the laptop keyboard I travel a lot and hate using the laptop keyboard. This keyboard rolls up and fits into the pocket of my laptop case, it's roughly the size of a pc mouse when rolled up ! The placement of the letters are exactly that of a keyboard and it works great. I probably have to bear down a little more when I type, but other than that it's wonderful ! 5
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AWFUL! Maybe make a coaster for coffee table? Thi is awful. Mising ks unl ou pres relly hrd. lmost unusebl. Thi i usinthe kebord for this revw. Stay away. Pressing hard makes it work. Going in the trahcan after thi review 1Not durable! Lasted about a month....maybe a total of 12 hour of use. I was working on a mini itx comp build and figured this would be a good keyboard to use as it packs away in a very small space. But that was the only thing it is good at does not work at all anymore 1Great little keyboard. I love this keyboard. Take it with me for work.Very easy to transport. Rolls up and fits in the little cardboard box its packaged in.Works great. Keys work well. Fits hand like a regular keyboard. Nice finish.Glad I bought it, I'd buy again, and I recommend to a friend. 5They work in the academic sense...just don't expect to do 100 wpm on them. OK this review is actually based on the purchase of ten of these that I shipped to students for a remote class thing. This is both based on my own personal feedback and their aggregated feedback:Out of ten of them, the number row was nearly non-functional on two of them, and sticky/hard to use on two more of them. I'm not sure if a different type of button was used there or what but it is weird that that particular area of the board very consistently had a problem. The other keys generally worked...just in their own special way that I don't particularly like, however I recognize that people like different keyboards. However out of the ten high school students who were using them, they all, except for one, said they did not like using these things...several going so far as to say they hated them. If you are a fast typer or a touch typer, this keyboard will be like trying to sprint through a pit of mud...it will slow you down unbelievably. The number of false-hits is really high. In the case of a hard plastic key, pushing at the edge or off center is almost always sufficient to bring the whole key down...in the case of these things because the keys are bendy material, off-center hits or not pushing hard enough will often not succeed. You really got to have a head-on collision with these keys. Reminds me of old typewriters.The right shift is too small for my taste when I was using one...kept pushing the up arrow or then kept overcompensating after a while and pushing the ? key... I really need a shift key that is two-letter-keys in width to be happy.So take these thoughts for what it is worth.Now...if you are a slow typer and/or one finger typer who looks at where your'e pushing, this will probably be a fine keyboard. Also after getting these all back from the students I actually decided to dunk one of them in a full sink and see if it still worked. And it did! So they are waterproof, and they do roll-up which everyone has a knee-jerk "wow that's cool reaction to" 2regular keyboard shrunk 30%, WHY? Not good for people with med to large hands. If your hands are on the large size, this is not for you! The right shift key is half the size of the left shift key. I have been trying to get used to this shrunken keyboard. I hate the right shift key the most. All keys are very small, but why shrink a keyboard? Right shift key is also half the size of the enter key and the right shift key is half the size of the left shift key; my little finger invariably winds up on the arrow up key. (see pic) Layout is obviously designed by someone who doesn't type English in the slightest. (see pic) My last keyboard lasted a month until all the commonly used letters wore off, then I cleaned it and now it is dead. Pay a few more dollars and get a decent board! This one is HUGELY annoying! 1Useless This keyboard has such an awesome design, which is why I am sad to see it be such a bad input device. I'm a touch typer, but even slowly hunting and pecking often resulted in keys being not detected, or detected twice, or possibly the key right next to it getting detected instead. I cannot, though careful typing, enter a 16 letter password correctly more than 30% of the time. Worst of all, after just a few months of light use, the g key completely broke, no longer getting detected. Overall, not worth it. 1shhhhhhhhhhhhhh....silent typing going on. My friend who sits beside me at work WAS ALWAYS harrassing me because my long fingernails were always making so much noise when I typed on my keyboard. Now I know he was kidding but the hard plastic keyboard was a pain, especially when we had our weekly meetings in the office. I couldn't type until everyone was done with the meeting. I purchased this silent keyboard kind of as a joke. I brought it to work and guess what? I LOVE IT! It took a minute to get used to, as the surface is a little different. I can type in absolute silence now without disturbing anyone! As a bonus, it rolls up compactly in case I want to take it home and use it with my laptop. I accidentally left my flat iron on the laptop keyboard and melted two of the keys. Ahem. I think I will just buy another one for at home. lol 5Changing my review Bought this for my son to use with his old laptop that has lost some keys. Somehow they sent the order twice but I figured I'd keep both. The first broke about a week later and the space key stopped working after about 3 weeks, Not great quality.The company contacted me after this review and told me the hold the keyboard vertically and shake it. It seems to have done the trick. 4So far so good.... The keyboard comes in a fairly small box all rolled up - which I like, because it shows me that I'm able to transport it that way, even if that means that it will stay rolled up for a few days at a time.It seems kind of small - but I guess I don't know what I was expecting. I plan on using this for meetings and while traveling, so the size is actually perfect. I'm using it as my main keyboard right now so that I can get used to typing on it.Someone else had mentioned that this keyboard is not suitable for "expert typers" which I consider myself to be - generally around 105 WPM typing speed. I agree and I disagree.Because the keyboard has less real estate to work with due to its smaller size, some of the keys have shifted. Specifically, the middle rows between the letters and the number pad. (Backspace, directional arrows, page up, page down) ya know - that section. So it is causing me just a little bit of issue when I'm not looking at the keyboard as my pinky goes to hit "shift" but ends up hitting the up arrow. Those kinds of things.BUT other than that, I feel as though the keyboard is keeping up well with my typing speed. I'm not having to hit buttons more than once - I can feel them going down so no issue wondering if the stroke was taken - and it's REALLY quiet.Can I type at 105WPM?? Probably not as my hands aren't used to the placement of the keys yet - but the speed at which I'm typing is perfect for when I'm in meetings, etc. No need to go super fast anyway.All in all, a great purchase so far. I also went for the $1.25 protection plan for 4 years offered by Amazon. I figured at a dollar, if this thing breaks - what an easy way to get it fixed!PS. If you're looking for a water-proof keyboard, I'm not sure that this is a great option. The package comes with a warning list, which includes - Don't spill liquids on keyboard! 5I travel a lot and hate using the laptop keyboard I travel a lot and hate using the laptop keyboard. This keyboard rolls up and fits into the pocket of my laptop case, it's roughly the size of a pc mouse when rolled up ! The placement of the letters are exactly that of a keyboard and it works great. I probably have to bear down a little more when I type, but other than that it's wonderful ! 5
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