• Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
  • Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black
Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black

Perixx PERIBOARD-409P Wired PS2 Mini Keyboard, Black

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  • Piano Black design
  • PS2 interface with 5. 9 ft cable
  • Mini 12. 40"X5. 79"X0. 79? Dimension
  • System Requirement: Windows 7, 8, and10; package includes: 1 periboard-409, 12-month limited

Customer Reviews

Not a chiclet keyboard and the side keys make it nearly impossible to use.This isn't actually a chiclet keyboard, it's a membrane keyboard. I assumed this was a chiclet keyboard since the keys were flat. However his isn't the problem I had with the keyboard. Notice how the delete key is not above the backspace key like most keyboards that are small. Instead the home key is under the delete key and this will cause a lot of typing problems if you are used to almost any other keyboard.Also there is an unnecessary change in the keys on the bottom left. It is generally, ctrl, fn, windows, then alt. Not Ctrl, Windows, Alt, then FN. This wouldn't be a huge problem if you could remap the fn key, but you cannot.I was hoping to find a compact keyboard that used the PS2 interface, this one is not it. 2My go-to computer building keyboardNice, comfortable, compact, hardwired keyboard.It has the additional feature of USB ports which should be handy though I honestly haven't had to use them, or test their speed (yet). This keyboard doesn't get everyday use,but stays in the PC building tool box for setting up new PC's. Has been 100% flawless for me, quickly sets up with no drivers needing to be added, or used, though I haven't tried to use the USB ports (as stated above) on any brand new PC builds yet. Recommended. 5Great Size For Low PriceI needed a replacement for a full-size keyboard after many years use had worn several letters off. I just do basic home stuff on the keyboard so I didn't need the numeric pad, plus a smaller size would work better on the pull-out shelf. This keyboard has all the keys I need and they're in a logical placement. Basically it's as if I chopped off the part of a full-size keyboard that I didn't need. There are rubber feet that minimize movement, it is solid with no flexing, the tilt angle is good, and the keys make a pleasant sound. I can't say anything about longevity yet but at this price I should get my money's worth out of it. 5Works well with the C64 MiniI got this keyboard because I got a C64 Mini for Christmas, which is a modernized, miniature Commodore 64 with sixty-four built in games and BASIC (Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) which is what attracted me to the C64 Mini. Unfortunately the C64 Mini does not have a functioning keyboard and it is required that you bring your own USB keyboard that can be plugged into one of the C64 Mini's two USB ports. Unfortunately this leaves you with only one free USB port for the joystick, which then leaves you with no free slots for a USB stick which can be used to load new games onto the C64 Mini, but this keyboard, which has a built-in 2-slot USB hub solves that problem!Now I'm teaching myself BASIC coding and playing old Commodore 64 games that work better with a keyboard than a joystick! I can't really complain about anything with this keyboard, it has a nice long cord, which lets me sit in a comfortable chair by my TV from a decent distance while I play the C64 and gives me lots of leg room. I hope someone who uses the C64 Mini is reading this so they can add this keyboard to the list of hardware that works with the C64 Mini on the C64 Mini Wiki. Anyway, that's all I really wanted to report, here. It's a solid keyboard and does exactly what I want it to do! 5Elegant mini keyboardI've been using mini keyboard for years -- no need for those extra number keys on the right and the huge footprint. The Periboard 409-H has keys that are a little different from the minis I've been using. Different feel, mainly, but also with a "click." It took about 5 minutes to get used to. The Delete key on this board is at the upper right, unlike my previous keyboards. I easily reassigned the key to its "proper" location using the free downloadable program called SharpKeys. I also added "fluorescent keyboard stickers" ordered from Amazon to help identify the keys (the labels on the keys out-of-the-box are too small for me, and I'm a peck typist). Bottom line: I highly recommend this keyboard for anyone with limited desk space. It works perfectly and the two USB ports are a real convenience. 5Durable!I bought this in 2012.I still use it as a backup keyboard.The USB ports are sufficient for a wireless mouse/tablet, Bluetooth receiver, or like a fitbit receiver if you have that. They DO even have enough power for an xbox 360 controller, so there's that too.I can't promise it'll stand up to HARSH use, as I am a touch typist that tends to lighter on my keys instead of heavier, but it has been durable enough to follow me through two moves unharmed and been a fantastic overall keyboard. I game a bit too much to go without a tenkey for long though.If you're looking for a small spaces keyboard and need something that doesn't have shrunken or horrific Chiclet keys, I would recommend either this one or the slightly more expensive adesso version, which I had until a friend borrowed it..and proceeded to turn it into a biology experiment. (If you get what I mean.) 5IF YOU ARE TRYING TO BUY A NATIVE PS/2 KEYBOARD ...IF YOU ARE TRYING TO BUY A NATIVE PS/2 KEYBOARD, STAY AWAY FROM THIS. THIS IS A USB KEYBOARD WITH A PS/2 CONNECTOR AND AS A RESULT DOES NOT WORK WITH A TRUE NATIVE PS/2 INPUT. 1Worked out of the boxWe bought two of these (matching) to replace on of our old keyboards on the radio station's console that was dropping letters occasionally. These keyboards are for pony computers and not for our main automation PC which uses and expensive Keytronics KB. We needed a small footprint because the special keyboard shelf built into the console space has just enough room for two of these and the bigger Keytronics KB which features a numerical keypad. I'm happy to report a gentle tactile response with these boards and the chicklet keys feel nice. The piano finish is not glaring under the overhead lights, nor is it encompassing of the whole KB, the keys themselves are actually a matte finish, but compliment the board nicely. The letter stenciling is a thinner font than I'd prefer, so it remains to be seen how long the stenciling on the keys holds up to daily use by our announcers. Older keyboards seemed to have tougher letter stenciling than the ones made today and held up longer. But given the lifespan of a keyboard today seems to be only 4 to 5 years, I guess if the stenciling only lasts that long, then it's good enough. Other than Logitek or Microsoft I really don't trust any KB under $30 these days to be that durable in a work environment, but given that we needed this size of footprint at a budget price, I guess we'll give it a try. So far, so good. One was plugged directly into the PS-2 of the PC sitting in an alcove on the console and the computer booted right up and I was able to use the KB right away with no difficulties. The other KB was hot-plugged into the receiver end of a KVM for one of the pony computers. It, too, was recognized right away and was able to be used (and that was on a WinXP PC). KB works with WinXP or & no problem. The only complaint I have is that there's no power light to confirm the KB is active on the PC. Since there's no numerical keypad, the numlock light won't light, even though there appears to be a position for it right on the board. They could have made the numlock light up anyway, even though it's obvious you can't use numlock on this key layout, just so there's an "active" light to let you know the KVM or PS-2 is communicating properly. Caps and scroll lock lights work fine. I gave it four stars because it's clear the build quality is not quite that of a Logitek or MS Keyboard. But, it's still pretty decent. The boss thought they looked fine and he's big on aesthetics in our control rooms. I think you'll be pleased for the cost of less than a Jackson. 4UpdateUpdate: This broke after approx 45 days of use. Also misses characters if you are a fast typer.I chart for up to 8 hours daily and wanted a keyboard where I did not have to reach over all the keys I did not use to get to my mouse. I do not like the keys as much as my Kensington, however, the smaller Kensington only seems to work with Mac.Cannot attest to durability as I have only had it a week, but I consider it a pretty decent amazon purchase esp. for the price.Update: I thought I had locked myself out of my work computer. Turns out the keyboard was entering additional letters in err. Too bad because a compact keyboard helps alleviate pain from typing. 1NOT standard PS2 keyboardWILL NOT WORK if you are trying to connect to a microprocessor system like an Arduino (PS2Keyboard application). I don't know if it works in a pc or not. 1
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Description
  • Piano Black design
  • PS2 interface with 5. 9 ft cable
  • Mini 12. 40"X5. 79"X0. 79? Dimension
  • System Requirement: Windows 7, 8, and10; package includes: 1 periboard-409, 12-month limited
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not a chiclet keyboard and the side keys make it nearly impossible to use.This isn't actually a chiclet keyboard, it's a membrane keyboard. I assumed this was a chiclet keyboard since the keys were flat. However his isn't the problem I had with the keyboard. Notice how the delete key is not above the backspace key like most keyboards that are small. Instead the home key is under the delete key and this will cause a lot of typing problems if you are used to almost any other keyboard.Also there is an unnecessary change in the keys on the bottom left. It is generally, ctrl, fn, windows, then alt. Not Ctrl, Windows, Alt, then FN. This wouldn't be a huge problem if you could remap the fn key, but you cannot.I was hoping to find a compact keyboard that used the PS2 interface, this one is not it. 2My go-to computer building keyboardNice, comfortable, compact, hardwired keyboard.It has the additional feature of USB ports which should be handy though I honestly haven't had to use them, or test their speed (yet). This keyboard doesn't get everyday use,but stays in the PC building tool box for setting up new PC's. Has been 100% flawless for me, quickly sets up with no drivers needing to be added, or used, though I haven't tried to use the USB ports (as stated above) on any brand new PC builds yet. Recommended. 5Great Size For Low PriceI needed a replacement for a full-size keyboard after many years use had worn several letters off. I just do basic home stuff on the keyboard so I didn't need the numeric pad, plus a smaller size would work better on the pull-out shelf. This keyboard has all the keys I need and they're in a logical placement. Basically it's as if I chopped off the part of a full-size keyboard that I didn't need. There are rubber feet that minimize movement, it is solid with no flexing, the tilt angle is good, and the keys make a pleasant sound. I can't say anything about longevity yet but at this price I should get my money's worth out of it. 5Works well with the C64 MiniI got this keyboard because I got a C64 Mini for Christmas, which is a modernized, miniature Commodore 64 with sixty-four built in games and BASIC (Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) which is what attracted me to the C64 Mini. Unfortunately the C64 Mini does not have a functioning keyboard and it is required that you bring your own USB keyboard that can be plugged into one of the C64 Mini's two USB ports. Unfortunately this leaves you with only one free USB port for the joystick, which then leaves you with no free slots for a USB stick which can be used to load new games onto the C64 Mini, but this keyboard, which has a built-in 2-slot USB hub solves that problem!Now I'm teaching myself BASIC coding and playing old Commodore 64 games that work better with a keyboard than a joystick! I can't really complain about anything with this keyboard, it has a nice long cord, which lets me sit in a comfortable chair by my TV from a decent distance while I play the C64 and gives me lots of leg room. I hope someone who uses the C64 Mini is reading this so they can add this keyboard to the list of hardware that works with the C64 Mini on the C64 Mini Wiki. Anyway, that's all I really wanted to report, here. It's a solid keyboard and does exactly what I want it to do! 5Elegant mini keyboardI've been using mini keyboard for years -- no need for those extra number keys on the right and the huge footprint. The Periboard 409-H has keys that are a little different from the minis I've been using. Different feel, mainly, but also with a "click." It took about 5 minutes to get used to. The Delete key on this board is at the upper right, unlike my previous keyboards. I easily reassigned the key to its "proper" location using the free downloadable program called SharpKeys. I also added "fluorescent keyboard stickers" ordered from Amazon to help identify the keys (the labels on the keys out-of-the-box are too small for me, and I'm a peck typist). Bottom line: I highly recommend this keyboard for anyone with limited desk space. It works perfectly and the two USB ports are a real convenience. 5Durable!I bought this in 2012.I still use it as a backup keyboard.The USB ports are sufficient for a wireless mouse/tablet, Bluetooth receiver, or like a fitbit receiver if you have that. They DO even have enough power for an xbox 360 controller, so there's that too.I can't promise it'll stand up to HARSH use, as I am a touch typist that tends to lighter on my keys instead of heavier, but it has been durable enough to follow me through two moves unharmed and been a fantastic overall keyboard. I game a bit too much to go without a tenkey for long though.If you're looking for a small spaces keyboard and need something that doesn't have shrunken or horrific Chiclet keys, I would recommend either this one or the slightly more expensive adesso version, which I had until a friend borrowed it..and proceeded to turn it into a biology experiment. (If you get what I mean.) 5IF YOU ARE TRYING TO BUY A NATIVE PS/2 KEYBOARD ...IF YOU ARE TRYING TO BUY A NATIVE PS/2 KEYBOARD, STAY AWAY FROM THIS. THIS IS A USB KEYBOARD WITH A PS/2 CONNECTOR AND AS A RESULT DOES NOT WORK WITH A TRUE NATIVE PS/2 INPUT. 1Worked out of the boxWe bought two of these (matching) to replace on of our old keyboards on the radio station's console that was dropping letters occasionally. These keyboards are for pony computers and not for our main automation PC which uses and expensive Keytronics KB. We needed a small footprint because the special keyboard shelf built into the console space has just enough room for two of these and the bigger Keytronics KB which features a numerical keypad. I'm happy to report a gentle tactile response with these boards and the chicklet keys feel nice. The piano finish is not glaring under the overhead lights, nor is it encompassing of the whole KB, the keys themselves are actually a matte finish, but compliment the board nicely. The letter stenciling is a thinner font than I'd prefer, so it remains to be seen how long the stenciling on the keys holds up to daily use by our announcers. Older keyboards seemed to have tougher letter stenciling than the ones made today and held up longer. But given the lifespan of a keyboard today seems to be only 4 to 5 years, I guess if the stenciling only lasts that long, then it's good enough. Other than Logitek or Microsoft I really don't trust any KB under $30 these days to be that durable in a work environment, but given that we needed this size of footprint at a budget price, I guess we'll give it a try. So far, so good. One was plugged directly into the PS-2 of the PC sitting in an alcove on the console and the computer booted right up and I was able to use the KB right away with no difficulties. The other KB was hot-plugged into the receiver end of a KVM for one of the pony computers. It, too, was recognized right away and was able to be used (and that was on a WinXP PC). KB works with WinXP or & no problem. The only complaint I have is that there's no power light to confirm the KB is active on the PC. Since there's no numerical keypad, the numlock light won't light, even though there appears to be a position for it right on the board. They could have made the numlock light up anyway, even though it's obvious you can't use numlock on this key layout, just so there's an "active" light to let you know the KVM or PS-2 is communicating properly. Caps and scroll lock lights work fine. I gave it four stars because it's clear the build quality is not quite that of a Logitek or MS Keyboard. But, it's still pretty decent. The boss thought they looked fine and he's big on aesthetics in our control rooms. I think you'll be pleased for the cost of less than a Jackson. 4UpdateUpdate: This broke after approx 45 days of use. Also misses characters if you are a fast typer.I chart for up to 8 hours daily and wanted a keyboard where I did not have to reach over all the keys I did not use to get to my mouse. I do not like the keys as much as my Kensington, however, the smaller Kensington only seems to work with Mac.Cannot attest to durability as I have only had it a week, but I consider it a pretty decent amazon purchase esp. for the price.Update: I thought I had locked myself out of my work computer. Turns out the keyboard was entering additional letters in err. Too bad because a compact keyboard helps alleviate pain from typing. 1NOT standard PS2 keyboardWILL NOT WORK if you are trying to connect to a microprocessor system like an Arduino (PS2Keyboard application). I don't know if it works in a pc or not. 1
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