HP Pavilion Wireless Keyboard 600 QWERTY

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Product information

Coolblue's Choice

This product is our choice for a basic wireless keyboard.
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Key specs

Connection type
Wireless
Backlit keyboard
No
Keyboard composition
Keyboard, Numpad
Spill-proof
No
Bluetooth
No

Pros and cons

According to our keyboard expert
  • With the multimedia keys you always have the control of your music and films at your fingertips during typing.
  • This keyboard is equipped with a numeric field, so you enter numbers easily.
  • The flat keys make little noise, so your environment does not suffer from your typing.
  • This keyboard does not have a palm rest for an ergonomic working posture.
  • Without illuminated keys, you can hit the wrong keys faster in the late hours than with a lighted keyboard.
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Description

Get more out of typing with the HP Pavilion Wireless Keyboard 600 QWERTY. You'll have a number of shortcuts at your fingertips, for example. And with the push of a button, you can start the calculator, control the volume of your music, or go to the printer settings. Thanks to the simplistic design, the keyboard fits any workstation. You won't be bothered by unattractive cables on your desk, since it's a wireless keyboard. Its flat keys are designed to not make too much noise while typing. This is useful if you don't want to bother your colleagues with your typing, or you find the noise annoying yourself.

Get more out of typing with the HP Pavilion Wireless Keyboard 600 QWERTY. You'll have a number of shortcuts at your fingertips, for example. And with the push of a button, you can start the calculator, control the volume of your music, or go to the printer settings. Thanks to the simplistic design, the keyboard fits any workstation. You won't be bothered by unattractive cables on your desk, since it's a wireless keyboard. Its flat keys are designed to not make too much noise while typing. This is useful if you don't want to bother your colleagues with your typing, or you find the noise annoying yourself.


Included by default

  • Manual
  • Nano receiver

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Nano receiver

Key specs

Connection type
Wireless
Backlit keyboard
No
Keyboard composition
Keyboard, Numpad
Spill-proof
No
Bluetooth
No

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Nano receiver

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Nano receiver

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HP Pavilion Wireless Keyboard 600 QWERTY
HP Pavilion Wireless Keyboard 600 QWERTY
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Rating

Rating per section

Installation ease
10
Ergonomics
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

5 / 5 stars
9,6/10
"Minimalistic keyboard for those who type a lot"

Dmytro Tytskyi | 26 August 2020 | Color: Black

  • Pros:
    Tactile feelings - great
  • Pros:
    Good keys for typers
  • Pros:
    Weight makes it steady
  • Pros:
    Thin and compact
  • Pros:
    Useful function keys
  • Con:
    FN keys are by default, you cannot use F1-F12 without pressing Fn

The keyboard is good, compact, keys are pressed easily like in HP laptops. Most of the useful functions are easily accessible on the upper row of keys. It is not flexible as may some other keyboards of the same price category be, it weights about half a kilo that makes the keyboard steady. But at the same time it is very compact, thin and minimalistic.

I recommend this product to anyone who types a lot and at the same time prefers good tactile feelings.

The only con for me personally is that by default the functional keys (F1-F12) are swapped with alternative keys (like increase/decrease brightness, volume, pause etc.). I got used to type Fx keys for 22 years as I use different commanders, like Norton or total commander, and when you choose a disk you type Alt+F1/F2, is becomes a bit uncommon on this keyboard as you then need to press Fn key. This is subjective though, so my recommendation to anyone who searches for well-working board - try this one definitely.