Summary: This keyboard is without a doubt the best of its kind. I have not had any other flexible keyboard work as well as this one, and the price is unbeatable. This keyboard should only be used by the people who are good at typing because the keys are sensitive and need to be pressed with a bit more force than other keyboards.
Summary: Needed a water proof keyboard in my business and this fits the bill very nicely. Like that the keyboard is flexible and can roll up. Needed that too. Things I don't like: have to really push the keys to make them work. If you type fast, you end up going back over typing to correct. Backspace is a pain to hit. Great keyboard for the hit and miss typists. Also need to be careful if in middle of document and you need to move keyboard.
Summary: I give this product 4 eggs because it does what it is designed to do...a keyboard that is easily packed and is plug and play. I've used it in conjunction with a travel mouse on my netbook when on the road, and it is a vast improvement over the tiny keyboard on the netbook. Its design trades performance for portability, but it's a fair deal. Don't like that? Get a cheap regular keyboard and find a way to get it into your luggage.
Pros: Item works as billed. It's spill proof and can be folded/rolled for compact storage and easy packing when cargo space is limited. When you are dealing with limited storage space, this product gets the job done.
Cons: As others say, it takes time to get used to this type of keyboard. The difference between how this works from a normal keyboard will slow your typing speed, but I hope some day this issue is resolved. While having the comfort of a normal sized keyboard, I certainly would not want to use it as my "daily driver."
Summary: Prompt reliable service from newegg as always
Pros: On the positive side, this keyboard is exactly as advertised. it's flexible, made entirely of rubber and is completely spill-proof.
Cons: This is literally the most frustrating keyboard I have ever used. One reviewer said that the keys were "touchy". However, it's quite the contrary. You absolutely have to slam down on the keys to get them to respond. On an average keyboard, I type an average of 90 words per minute. On this piece of junk, I can type around 35 words per minute; with enough typos to float a boat. Needless to say, I'm junking this thing and buying a real keyboard for less. Save your money!