Summary: Overall please with this keyboard, I enjoy the extra touch pad features it comes with (which can also be disabled). Its been in service for almost a year with no problems. The only think I don't like is the physical feel of the unit, it has a very old style and the mouse buttons makes that popping sound when pressed.
Summary: I had a version of this same keyboard that I bought in 2007. It worked great for 3 years. The new version is nothing like the original one. Adesso has really decided to go for lower quality. This new keyboard has many problems: 1. There is no control key on the right hand side. 2. The new chipset used by Adesso does not allow keys on the keyboard to be remapped by Windows.
Summary: do not wastee your money- the keys are terrible feel, it is very noisy. the integrated numeric keyboard is a pain the butt and terribly inconvenient to use. Do not waste your money- get a macally PC/MAC ice mini keyboard or Logitech mini keyboard. I am returning it, I am paralyzed in one hand, and the keys are horrible.
Summary: Trying to get tech support is a joke . Just purchased and the arow keys dont funtion properly. Can't walk or run in a circle for gameing. Also likes to jumble sentances. Anyone here know how these problems are fixed??
Summary: I purchased this keyboard simply to use as a spare when doing quick installations or work on a HTPC. I would say I got a few good months out of it, simply using it here and there (maybe a week at a time). Over time, it began to become very erratic with the mouse moving itself on the screen several inches at a time (without any hands even being on the keyboard!) and even started to randomly right-click constantly..
Summary: I have used this keyboard for over a year. It is very durable, yet thin and light. It has worked flawless in numerous parties, and has been well passed throughout my livingroom by many inebriated individuals. I have never noticed any excessive sensitivity, or any issues with the touch pad at all quite frankly. I am a very experienced computer builder and user, and have used many wireless and wired keyboards and mice.
Summary: This keyboard does function fine on windows XP without any drivers. We have this on our media center pc connected to a largescreen LCD TV. It is used to select media on the hard drive, or on the net. Often we simply play MMORPG games on this PC from our couch. However it is very cheaply made, and not much fun to use. The keyboard is very light, which is not all bad, but some weight would be helpful when using this in your lap.
Summary: I have owned this keyboard for a few years now and it still works great. I initially got it because I frequently use a laptop and wanted to use my desktop more. As my desktop display is actually my tv, i needed a setup where i could type and mouse from the couch. The keyboard has good range and was easy to set up. I ended up putting the receiver w/ a usb extension cord since my usb ports are in the back. You do not need special drivers for it.
Just okay keyboard, trackpad too touchy for my use, cheap feel to construction
Rosie Riveter, Amazon
7 September 2008
Summary: I purchased this keyboard to help with a limited range of motion and some lack of sensation in fingertips. Because of its small size I thought it would help, however the touchppad was way too sensitive. Typing with the heels of my hands resting left and right of the touchpad, getting my fingers near the touchpad "set it off". This might have been a "learning curve" issue but was too annoying for me.
Summary: After installing the drivers on Windows XP, I was surprised at the number of features available for the touchpad. It does everything described in the ad and flawlessly. I experienced non of the problems mentioned by other users. It arrived on time and worked flawlessly out of the box! Very happy with it.