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Ortek Eagletouch MCK-90 Mini Silver USB Keyboard Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 08/01/2003 10:51 PM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
OCmelbourne has a review on the Ortek Eagletouch MCK-90 Mini Silver USB Keyboard with USB Hub.
Software wise, you don't actually need to DO anything for the MCK90 to function as a keyboard; other than plugging it in. It's HID 1.1 compatibility means that most versions of Windows should detect it "automagically" and allow you to begin typing within seconds. If you want the OSD and your multimedia buttons to function, you will however have to install the software. Installation is simple affair, just pop in the CD and it autoruns the installer, key in the serial number (from the front of the CD), tell it where to install; and does just that, adding itself to your Startup folder in the process. It also tells you to reboot, which you don't actually have to if you're using Windows 2000 or XP (Win9x Users may have to), all you really need to do is just open the software from the Start-Menu.