Summary: the picture makes it look a tad more solid in build. its kind of flimsy plastic. it definitely connects to a mac via Bluetooth and it definitely gives you a number pad plus a side calculator but what it doesn't offer is the feel of a side number pad. its flimsy and the keys don respond in the way a keyboard respond.. in fact they don't even feel like a regular calculator. i was in serious need of a number pad for my mac book pro, still searching.
Summary: Forgot to say that sell used and useless, I try to connect this garbage to my laptop, ipad and samsung tablet and can not connect with anyone, does not work, it's a scam. I WROTE MAILS TO SELLERS AND NO ANSWER AT ALL!!
Summary: why wireless? you have to look at pad to actavat then look at screen ? nice calcalator though.but need bright lite to use. and btrys ! have a lot oh hand! no sence calculator.sombody thought they had something (hot) o!well.nice try.
Summary: I had setup problems too. Couldn't get it to work at all with the computer, but it wasn't due to the keypad. I removed the keypad from my devices, then went ahead and removed all of my bluetooth drivers and re-installed them through the Dell website and Microsoft update, re-paired with the keypad, and now everything is working properly.
Summary: I was rooting for this device but the 1st one I got was DOA, fine not a testament to the device there is always a lemon. Second one powers up. . . awesome, connected to computer via bluetooth. . . spectacular, attempting to use as a numberpad on computer. . . nothing, no response at all.
Summary: I have a MacBook Air 11" and at the office hook it to a 30" monitor with a blue tooth keyboard/trackpad. Only thing I was missing was a 10-key pad. I had been looking and many did not seem to look solid to me. PROS: - Standalone calculator with large display. - Easy BT integration with Mac. - Nice feature to do some calculator work and then at the end send the result to the computer. CONS: - the keys themselves run together just a bit.
Summary: I bought this to use with my new Chromebook Pixel, which has built-in Bluetooth. For this purpose it works very well (in both Mac and PC modes). It's a good size for my average-sized hands and it's very lightweight. I haven't had it long enough to comment on the battery life. I'm very happy with this $15 purchase. Some other reviewer complained that the low-throw keys made it hard to type without looking. I have not found that to be the case.
Summary: You may read reviews of this product saying it only a calculator... They're just missing a simple button to swap how it interacts with the computer. One setting its a simple calculator, when finished you hit the "SEND" key and populates the value to where ever your cursor is. The other way works just like a 10key would on a larger keyboard. Connected with ZERO issues! Even to a Chromebook which may be the simplest watered down computer on the market.