Excerpt: Keep in mind, you don't buy a mini-keyboard for extensive word processing or the like. These are for space-saving use. That in mind, the keyboard has a decent action and feel and fits my field recording needs perfectly (it is one of the few mini PS2-compatible keyboards that will work with the Tascam HS-P82 for entering metadata/naming files and so on). It fits on my sound cart and looks like it was made for the Tascam field recorder in terms of color and appearance.
Excerpt: I needed a better keyboard for the woefully inadequate one on my Acer netbook, whose jittery response ruins attempts at typing more than a few words. Rather than buying a new machine, this mini-keyboard is a partial solution. This keyboard worked the moment I plugged it in to my netbook. It doesn't cut off the machine's keyboard, so I can still use the netbook's keyboard for specific functions as volume off/on/up/down.
Summary: Purchased this keyboard to use with a digital audio mixing console that had no room for a full-sized keyboard. I make lots of typing mistakes with this as the key pitch is just closer enough that I hit 2 keys at the same time. More use will probably improve my accuracy. It was not purchased for extended typing or data entry, so this is a minor complaint and simply goes with the turf of compact keyboards. I'd buy another if I needed a unit this size.
Summary: I was looking for a mini-keyboard with laptop-type keys (such as Windows Arc keyboard) BUT NOT wireless (the Arc keeps turning itself off to save battery time...). The keys of this keyboard are big, noisy and uncomfortable to use. Returned the keyboard.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard because my wife wanted a smaller keyboard for the limited space on her desk. Key layout seems odd... the delete key is in an awkward location. Also, I failed to notice the -light touch- in the product description. It's really too light for me, but I guess I'll get used to it.
Excerpt: For the most part this keyboard is pretty good. I was really looking for a compact keyboard without a 10-key. I really like having my mouse that much closer to the keyboard and have learned to use the numbers on the top of the keyboard by touch, so a 10-key doesn't add that much value. This keyboard is OK, not great though. The two biggest flaws are the undersized backspace key and right shift keys. I found myself not being able to backspace reliably.
Summary: With this product I've minimized my over extended movements and in doing so, improved the ergonomics at my home work station. Thank you. I'm still getting used to key location, but with repition, that should come.