Summary: I have 3 of these (one of which Ive refurbished myself) that I use with different computers. Its a well-made, nice keyboard. Light enough so that I even take one along in my carry-on bag when traveling as an external keyboard for my laptop and netbook.
Pros: Excellent touch. Touchpad responds quickly
Cons: Letters wear off keycaps quickly, use a keyboard protector.
Summary: Keyboard and touch pad work fine. Easy to fix keys if they are pulled out by a kid. One annoyance, if you are at the log in screen the keyboards number lock seem to be the default and you have to press the number lock key before you enter a user password. The number lock turns half of your letter keys into a ten keypad. I wrote customer service twice asking if there was away to turn off this default.
Summary: From the moment you start your computer there are problems. Small irritating ones that drive you made! There is a numbers lock that requires you to turn it off twice, once when you log into your computer and once when you start using the operating system! How stupid is that! And you can not disable it. The touch pad is poorly located and the buttons below are not very responsive. I wouldn't reccomend this to anyone and in fact I sent it back after only two days effort!
Summary: I purchase this keyboard for my Parents new desktop, Acer AZ5761-UR20P 23-Inch All-in-One Desktop Computer (Silver) , that comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse. Key Features: Right Side Touchpad and Corded USB I need a corded keyboard so my parents don't have to deal with battery changes and low battery issues inevitable with wireless keyboard/mouse combos.
Summary: agree with other reviewer, only 1 Control Key is inconvenient. Bigest gripe is location of basic Delete key, so much different than what I am used to. I am settling in to the different layout but it is taking time. Touch-pad mouse buttons and wrist rest don't work well for me, I'm used to the buttons being AT the bottom not near the bottom. Right away I've had a few keys stick down and tttttttttttype letters when my hand had left the keyboard.
Summary: The feel of the keys is quite good, the touch pad, although very sensitive has good action. It is nice to have the vertical and horizontal scroll features on the touchpad. I found it strange that there is only one Control key on the keyboard. So for keyboard shortcuts using a right-control key, you have to adjust to using two hands instead of just one hand. Otherwise the keyboard works well and interfaces with an older computer quite well.
Summary: I needed a keyboard to use with a laptop that I use on a table top frequently - but I prefer to type below the desk level thus the need for a keyboard with a built in mouse/touchpad. The major issues I had were the number keys are offset about 1/4" to the right making this extremely uncomfortable for a touch typist. I don't understand why they did this as the keyboard is full size.
Summary: This keyboard has a bunch of great features, and I was really pleased to find out that they all seem to work with Ubuntu (Linux). I am able to adjust/mute the volume right from this keyboard! The touchpad also worked without any problems. The special control buttons on the left side of the keyboard (e.g., home, search, etc.) seem to work as well. I've purchased many items from Tiger Direct in the past, and as usual, they get five stars in my book.
Summary: The incorporated touchpad is great and works fine, unfortunately I bought this cuz i needed a keyboard. my dell laptop has a hard time recognizing the keyboard. In the beginning it was 50 percent of the time, now my dell wants nothing to do with the keyboard. Also, keys are clunky and feel slow. Next time I'll bite the bullet on a more expensive standard layout brand name keyboard.