Excerpt: This makes it very easy to work with and I like that now I have a lot of free space on my desk. Before this, my keyboard took a lot of free space and I was not happy with that. I could not find one thing that I did not like about this keyboard, until now at least. One thing that I also like about it is that the keys are really resistant in comparison to my other keyboard. I am using this keyboard daily, for 8-10 hours and I have not seen anything wrong with the keys.
Summary: The A4tech keyboard works fine and does the job we expected. The keys feel a bit spongy but are firm with good feedback, and sized properly. The only issue is that it does not have the volume buttons like others in it's class. It also needs stickier feet to keep the keyboard from sliding around.
Summary: A4Tech mini keyboard While the overall look of this keyboard is nice, the keys have a sloppy feel to them. I notice that they wobble back and forth, unlike the keyboard that came with my PC. Don't be confused by the mention of "USB port" in the description. They obviously mean a USB plug at the end of the cable, not a port you can plug a device into. This product does not come with a PS2 adaptor if you need one. DB Roth I contacted DB Roth about returning the product.
Summary: The keyboard just feels somewhat cheap. It was awesome that all the shortcut keys work in Ubuntu Linux. Some keys you have to hit slightly firmer to get working. I can type normal on the keyboard. Very slim and lightweight. USB is good. I can also use this on a Playstation 3. It just feels I can break it easily. The shipping was fast. I did a essay on it, no problems except for the forward slash and break characters. There are two of them on the keyboard.
Summary: I find that having the keyboard without the number pad makes my workspace much more ergonomic. This allows me to have the mouse much closer to the keyboard and I am not experiencing wrist and shoulder pain. I like the tactical, old fashioned feel of the keys. It is not like recent smooth laptop keyboards -- you have to really punch the keys. I agree with some other reviewers who expressed that the enter key is too far to the right.
Summary: I had started developing some muscle strain in my right (mousing) arm and so I was looking for a keyboard for work that did not have a number pad on the right side. This keyboard had received favorable reviews, so I decided to give it a go. After using this keyboard for a couple of days, the muscle strain was basically gone. In fact, I tried my old keyboard again a couple of weeks later, and the muscle strain started to return almost immediately!
Summary: I purchased this keyboard so that I could have a small, portable keyboard for my PS3. I was excited when I found it because it was inexpensive and very compact. Unfortunately the keyboard is unusable because it apparently "misses" the key up signal, so you'll be typing a word and it will randomly repeat letters.
Summary: I bought this keyboard to use with our Wii and Xbox, and as a backup keyboard for the Dell. It's small size makes it easy to store in our entertainment center and use occasionally with our Wii and Xbox. Great for typing in passwords for kids login on the Xbox - typing in passwords with the controller makes it too easy for the kids to figure out the letters. I've had it a week and so far works great. May try it out on the DVR too.
Summary: I bought this keyboard to have handy when working with other computers that I sometimes work on at home. So far I'm impressed with the look and feel of this unit. It has a fairly traditional feel on the keys with both pressure and response as well as distance betwwen keys. I'm not a good typist, more of a combination hunt and peck and free form typing. For me to adapt to a keyboard and work with any speed, it can't be strange in feel or key size and distance.