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Propel Desktop
Wired Keyboard

Mac / PC / Linux / USB
Comfortable, quiet, and slim design, the silky-smooth whisper-quiet keys delight your fingertip. The Propel Desktop keyboard features sturdy adjustable tilt legs and a spill-resistant design that handles the unplanned coffee or beverage spill letting you drink and snack without worry.

Silk-screen printing with UV coating characters, prevent keyboard's keys wearing out from finger oils and keys can withstand more than 10 million keystrokes.

Product Specifications:

Manufacturer Part Number

  • K405


  • USB 2.0


  • Bus-powered


  • Black


  • none

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.1 or later
  • Windows 98 or later
  • Linux

Keyboard Layout

  • Windows 104-Key (EU - International) Layout

Cable Length

  • 1.5 meter (4.8 ft)


  • CE
  • FCC


  • Height: 29 mm (1.1 in)
  • Width: 443 mm (17.4 in)
  • Length: 164 mm (6.5 in)


  • 492 g (1.1 lbs)
Manufacturer provided specifications for Tenergy p/n K405 UPC#: 844949023566


Customer Ratings

Write a Review 1 / 5 0 out of 1 (0%) reviewers would recommend this product
Reviewer: MCRC Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 1/5 Non standard layout December 26, 2018 Look carefully, this is a ISO (aka as 'European') keyboard layout, not ANSI. The backslash key is to the right of the single quote key, and then the ENTER key is to the right of the backslash. On a standard ANSI layout (like Apple US keyboard), the backslash key would be in the upper row, to the right of the right bracket key, and the ENTER key on home row would be right next to single quote key. Why does this matter? On this keyboard, the Enter key is THREE keys to the right from normal right pinky finger placement on the semi-colon key. Unless you have very large hands or really long right pinky finger, you will have to really stretch to hit the Enter key with right pinky. If you are a decent typist that uses typical 'home row' technique, this will really slow you down, and it is fatiguing on the hand after awhile constantly stretching the right pinky out so far. If you are used to using 'standard' ANSI layout, you will find yourself constantly pressing the backslash key on this keyboard instead of the Enter key, because that is where you are used to reaching for with pinky finger.

Customer Videos:

Tenergy Propel Desktop Wired Keyboard Mfr P/N: K405 OWC SKU: TENK405 Wired USB keyboard with spill-resistant design for PC, Mac, and Linux Windows 104-Key (EU - International) Layout 30 Day OWC Fulfilled Limited Warranty
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