Rapoo E2700 Continued
Looking at the E2700 in profile, we can definitely see that the majority of this design is in fact 5.6mm thick. However, the back edge of the base has to be thicker to cover the batteries that power this keyboard, which leaves the back much higher than the front.
Flipping the Rapoo on its face, we see the entire keyboard is backed with that metal plate to reduce flex across the keyboard. There are two rubber pads on the leading edge, and nothing for grip at the back, but with this most likely getting used on your lap, or intermittently on the coffee table, grip is not a major concern.
Getting much closer to the extended grey section of plastic, we find the E2700 has a power switch to help save on battery life when not in use. Also, we have a good indication of the batteries being included, since there is a pull tab to allow them to make a connection inside.
Under the removable cover, we find a pair of no-name AA batteries to power this keyboard. On the underside of the cover, we can see the part number, along with the serial number that we have edited slightly.
While the nano receiver is packed under the keyboard in a slim sleeve to support the keyboard, at the far right edge there is a place to store the dongle for safe keeping, or when traveling, to be sure it does not get lost.
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- Page 2 [Packaging and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Rapoo E2700 Wireless Multimedia Touchpad Keyboard]
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