Pros: I like a full sized keyboard. Because this is flexible, it can ride in my laptop case without bother. Some complain about the resistance in the keys, but as a writer, I like having to punch the keys.
Excerpt: Terrible key layout. Editing keys (HOME, INS, DEL, PGUP, PGDN) are placed vertically next to the regular keys, between the numeric keypad and the letter keys. So, every time you attempt to press the Back Space key, you end up hitting the HOME key.
Cons: Terrible response. The keys have to be pushed, not just struck as on a "hard" keyboard, and even then no character is produced about 3 times out of 10. I gave it 1 egg, only because the software wouldn't let me give it 0.
Pros: The keyboard was as it promised to be, it needed a little wooden stand built for it so it had the right ergonomic tilt, but that was really not a big deal. I used the keyboard in a laboratory where dirt samples are tested and the guy using the keyboard is not a touch typist. His dirty hands would...
Cons: The first keyboard made it to 1 year 3 months (manufacturer warranty is 1 year) before failure. The keys at the top of the keyboard stopped working. I'm a little disappointed that the "indestructible keyboard" could only make it a year with typical wear and tear.
Summary: Now that I think about it, shouldn't have spent this much on this. I mean it works great for what it is, but not worth the price. Especially since it doesn't work exactly.
Pros: Got it quickly, works like it supposed to for the most part.
Cons: The entire keyboard works fine except for the number keys, and some work but 1-4 and 7-0 don't work. The keys are picky, meaning you have to hit directly in the center of the key or else it might not register.
Like typing with thick gloves on? You'll love this
25 October 2010
Summary: this is n exmple of me attmpting to tye on this keyboar with normal amount of orce on he keys.
Pros: It's flexible and it's waterproof, like it says.
Cons: It takes a lot of force to get the keys to actuate. It makes typing pretty slow. Also, take a look at the left-side Shift key and the Enter key in the picture. For some reason, they're split into two different buttons, which can be annoying depending on your typing style.