There are plenty of people out there asking themselves, where I can find a keyboard that is backlit for those late night gaming sessions or late night papers. Well, one of those keyboards is the Verbatim PC Tuneboard. This keyboard not only satisfies the need to have a backlit keyboard, but it also has built in speakers to allow you to enjoy your favorite tunes while gaming or writing something.
This keyboard allows for you to reduce clutter by combining both your keyboard and speakers into one device, and today we will evaluate how well it does this task.Packaging
As always, we start our review with a look at the packaging and its environmental impact. As you can see in the pictures below, Verbatim went for the clean design, reminding us that this is an American company [Verbatim Corporation is a subsidiary of Japanese Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings, though].
The packaging on this keyboard is fairly minimal and consists of cardboard, foam and plastic wrapping. The cardboard can be recycled but the rest must be thrown away.
In addition to that, the packaging does hold up to the drop and kick test and has already been subjected to prior dropping and kicking by the shipper based on the damage we noticed on one of the corners of the box. Clearly, it has caused no damage to the keyboard and the packaging has done its job.
In typically clean Verbatim fashion, the back of the box is contains basic information about the product without overdoing the design.
Overall, this box is one of better ones when it comes to keyboards - we had no issues with unpacking the product [you'd be surprised at procedures we had to take with some keyboards] and we liked the cleanness of the design. Next up, the keyboard itself.
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