Certainly worth the $30 I paid for keyboard , portable and built in mouse.
2 weeks ago
Summary: Worked with windows and Ubuntu. Track ball did not roll as smooth as most other track balls, but not too bad. I think I got this for $30 and it was well worth that to me to have the track ball built in and portable keyboard that seems built pretty well not cheep built.
Summary: I had another Adresso keyboard for 5+ years. Finally I wore it out and thought this one may have the standing power to hold up to my use. The cable needs to be thicker and more durable. Would have gave it 5 stars if not for the cable.
Pros: Works well, small and easy to transport.
Cons: The cable is very small. Not in length but in diameter. When I finish with the keyboard I will wrap the cable around it for storage. This will eventually make the cable break.
Summary: I have only used this for a few days and will update as appropriate. Other keyboards I have tried and replaced with this one: JH-TBK104 Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard k400 Rii® mini i28 others The android I am using this with is a Minix Neo7
Pros: Works with my Android. Trackball is the best one I have experience on keyboards with mouse device built in. Laser ball rather than physical rollers. Comfortable and big enough. I have tried many devices for my android and this one is by far the best.
Cons: Back space is too small and poorly placed. Not clear how I will clean the trackball when it gets dirty. Most trackball mice are normally designed to easily remove the ball so you can clean it and the contacts the ball rests on as they will get dirty over time.
Summary: Ordered this keyboard about 6 weeks ago for my wife to use at work to alleviate a nerve problem she is being treated for in her arms. She finally convinced her Fortune 300 company to install an under desk keyboard tray, but they left her with a USB keyboard and mouse. We purchased this wireless keyboard with mouse features to fit the tray .
Summary: I've used many previous wireless keyboards - all with significant faults - but the Adesso WKB-3000U gets it right. It features great ergonomics, scroll wheel, durable optical trackball, dependable radio connection with small USB transceiver, excellent battery life, handy on-off switch, forward and back keys - and much more for a very reasonable price. For decades, I have used wireless keyboards daily, and the Adesso WKB-3000U is the best I have found.
Summary: worked marginally well for a while. although, the debounce of keys appears to be a little flakey. eevery once in a while appears to get "tired". at that point stops functioning well until restart. other wireless keyboard doesnt display same issues so i'm left to suspect this device. at range appears to really start to issue multiple key strikes. range is shorter than advertised. two keys stopped working middle of typing have not come back since.
Excerpt: I had a siig keyboard and it had no range. The adesso keyboard works like it should. The USB is in back of the media PC and has great range. Nice ergonomic feel. Worth the money. Got it super fast from B & H and at a great price.