Cougar 700K Continued
Stepping back to look at the thirty three keys on the aluminium, we find everything we would typically find, plus the mute and volume buttons from the multimedia set. At the top are the six-key and NKRO keys, and we also find arrows on the number keys.
Now we are at the right side of the keyboard, where we have elevated the back to get the preferred angle of the key caps. There is much more aluminium on this end than we saw on the other.
Moving to the back edge, very near that right side, we first run into the USB 2.0 port buried deep in the frame. To the right we find the audio pass through jack for headphones and a microphone.
The cabling is braided, and thick. There 1.8 meters of cable offered, and the gold plating on the connections is a nice touch, but with four wires all bundled together, getting this wire to conform to tight turns may be an issue.
Under the keyboard, we find a very flat bottom to this design. We also see that the front of the keyboard uses pads at the corners, and at the back, they use just one side of the flip out feet for support.
As for those feet that flip out at the back, they are very solid, and do lock into the open position fairly well. Also, the tips of these feet are wrapped in rubber, so whether in or out, they will help to keep the 700K in one place.
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