Summary: I've been using this keyboard for about 5 years now. It's my favorite keyboard ever. Love the trackpad built in and eliminating the need for mouse space on the desk. The key click and ergo angles are hard for some people to get used to but couldn't be better for me. Very good product.
Summary: Just got this into action and it seems that it will do the quick. Second ergo keyboard so knew somewhat to expect. This key design is different, not bad, just different. May take some getting used to. Love the touch pad and key pad. Handy features and I am happy to date.
Summary: This keyboard has a much better feel than the one that came with my keyboard. I love the wrist rest & the split keyboard angles. It would be nice to have access to a manual to explain the hot keys. The favorites button doesn't seem to do anything.
Summary: I've used these keyboards forever and love them. But this time they changed things that are ruining my efficiency; i.e., mouse buttons are now directly underneath the touch-pad, instead of on the left side; I can't reach them like before.
Summary: I have owned three or four of these keyboards and I love them. the problem is that every one over time develops the same issue. The keys stop working. Sometimes it's only one key but thats all it takes. I don't know why this can't be fixed.
Summary: An ergonomic analysis showed that mouse usage was creating problems for me, so I decided to switch to a touchpad. I've been using this keyboard for over a month, and like it so much that I bought another one for my office computer.
Summary: I bought because of the touch pad and design to relieve pain. I was let down with the overall quality. Keys are loud and not smooth. Keystrokes would get dropped occasionally at first and more frequently 3 months later. Some keys eventually quit working.
Summary: I tried this keyboard and had to return it. My writs hurt everytime I needed to use the touchpad. It is very baddly positioned in the middle of the keys and is easier to reach if you are left handed. Unfortunately I ma right handed. I have used touch pads and look for them in a keyboard.
Summary: I really wish this type of keyboard would work out, as it is a convenient form factor when desk space is tight, but I can't deal with a keyboard that costs this much, failing in such a short time.
Pros: Worked well when it worked. In fact the keyboard portion I cannot find fault with, as it is still in use, with a regular mouse. But that sorta defeats the whole point, don't it? (See Cons). The glide pad was very convenient in that minimal, to no desk space, was required to mouse around, i.e., yo...
Cons: The buttons on the glide pad are cheaply made. They had very little tactile feedback to begin with, and after about 1 year, the buttons just collapsed into the keyboard, rendering the use of the glide pad to zero. Examination of the internals of the glide pad area reviled very little structural s...