Lenovo ThinkPad Compact USB Wired Keyboard with TrackPoint

Mfg.Part: 0B47190 | CDW Part: 3161123 | UNSPSC: 43211706
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  • Keyboard
  • USB
  • English
  • US
  • retail
  • for ThinkPad A285; P1; P72; X1 Extreme; ThinkStation P330; V130-20; V330-20; V530-22
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Lenovo ThinkPad Compact USB Wired Keyboard with TrackPoint
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  • Keyboard
  • USB
  • English
  • US
  • retail
  • for ThinkPad A285; P1; P72; X1 Extreme; ThinkStation P330; V130-20; V330-20; V530-22
The ThinkPad Compact USB Keyboard combines the corded reliability of a USB keyboard with the TrackPoint convenience of ThinkPad laptops. The compact design is perfect for limited desk spaces while the scissor lift key mechanism ensures better ergonomics and comfort. The keys and spaces between are optimize for higher typing accuracy and quality typing experience. Simply connect to your PC - this compact keyboard is easy, simple and reliable for everyday use.

Lenovo ThinkPad Compact USB Wired Keyboard with TrackPoint is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from My Favorite Keyboard of All Desktop/Laptop Options For everything that the keyboard is, it's 100% my favorite. I didn't give 5-stars because I want a new version of this keyboard to be created ASAP which is illuminated, and which can do either Bluetooth or USB. Having the two separate products like it is right now, is not ideal. They are the exact same product, but purposely limited. They should be combined and illuminated and kept at the same price. Lenovo would then be making a lot more money off of this keyboard (I would buy 2 in a heart beat and recommend them to everyone).
Date published: 2018-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Keyboard features of the regular lenovo keyboard. Works with my docking station from lenovo.
Date published: 2018-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value for the money I bought this keyboard a month ago. All in all, it was good value for the money, especially if you're running out of desktop space. However, the keystrokes feel and sound cheap. Keyboards on real ThinkPad laptops are way better. I wish they just put the real keyboard in this external form factor.
Date published: 2018-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Matches ThinkPad keyboard I have a 2013 Lenovo Thinkpad x230. I use it with two auxiliary screens, keyboard and mouse when I am at my desk. I have used one other keyboard but didn't like the fact that the keys differed from the laptop, because when I am traveling I use the laptop alone. This keyboard matches my laptop. On the downside some of the special functions don't work, for example, turning wireless on and off, but most of them do. If the computer goes to sleep I have to open my laptop to turn it back on. This is my third ThinkPad auxiliary keyboard. I have been disappointed that the other two did not last. So my 4 star rating rather than 5 star is cautionary based on my past experience with these keyboards and the inability to perform all functions from the keyboard without opening the laptop.
Date published: 2018-09-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor design of usb connector and riser tabs, poor I just hate the way the usb cable connects. It is clearly flimsy and will break fast if you have a tight space, which would be a reason to buy this item. For such an expensive keyboard this is unacceptable. EPIC FAIL here.the riser tabs are so low they might just not be there, makes this keyboard a poor ergonomic choice. Had to buy 2 slim wrist tests one to rise the back of the keyboard another to rest the palms to even make it usable. EPIC FAILI do love the key layout, better than my old trusty SK8855, but the lower risers, cable issue and the very nice wrist rest included in the SK8855 make it a far superior product, so much so I went back to using after remapping the prev/next keys above the cursor keys to pgup/pgdown.
Date published: 2018-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Would be 5 stars if key-labels weren't reflective I have been hooked on ThinkPad keyboards for nearly 20 years. This one feels right to me, is nice and small, and doesn't have the disconnect issues that I experienced with the Bluetooth version. My one major complaint is that the labels for the keys aren't matte. My workspace is set up such that I have an overhead light about four feet in front of me, and the reflection off my shiny key-labels makes them hard to read. It's so bad that I've used a metallic marker to give myself a couple of visual landmarks for function keys, which are outside my touch-typing comfort/confidence zone.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as good as the keyboard in your Thinkpad I've used Thinkpads for years. I love that keyboard and need the trackpoint. However this one does NOT have the right feel. If you are going to use the keyboard all day and except that same excellent feel, do not get this keyboard. I had to give up on it. There ARE other earlier USB keyboards from Lenovo that have "the feel" (e.g. model SK-8855), but this one ain't quite right.
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent, but where's the number pad? This is my third ThinkPad keyboard with TrackPoint. The first one was purchased by my employer, and I left it there when I changed jobs. What a shame. It had the integrated number pad. It was the best keyboard ever. This keyboard is still amazing if you like the feel of laptop keyboards (which I do) and like the TrackPoint features (which I do). I'll keep using this keyboard as long as it is still available, though I hope Lenovo brings back the model with a number pad.
Date published: 2018-02-23
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