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any good wireless slim keyboards?

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led back-lit keys a must i do a lot of work at night i have a logitech g110 thati u sed to game with but now that im just focus on music production i want a wireless keyboard. any recocmendations ?
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I use the Modtek 2.4 GHz Wireless Blue Backlit Keyboard here at work, and I love it! The biggest + in my book is that there are NO BATTERIES!
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i like it. can you tell me more about the back lit keys? some reviews said it wont stay on ? if it does not use batteries what will it use then ?
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You have a USB cord that you use to charge it, then it stays lit for up to 6 hours (at least mine does). The staying on thing has to do with the backlight, If you use the CTRL key and F12 it stays on for alot longer.
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