Summary: The good * Solid * Long lasting * Much better than "Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000 Keyboard USB" * More comfortable The bad * The mouse pad and mouse button integrated into the keyboard is sometime in the way * The first keyboard let is too bright.
Pros: * Solid, * Long lasting, * Much better than "Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000 Keyboard USB", * More comfortable
Cons: * The mouse pad and mouse button integrated into the keyboard is sometime in the way, * The first keyboard let is too bright. I had to put a tape on it ;)
Summary: I purchased two of these keyboards hoping it would be a good replacement for my old keyboard with an integrated trackball. This one is malfunctioning after 6-months, the next one did not last a month. CHEAP INTEGRAGED TOUCHPAD... the mouse keys in the touch pad are defective.
Summary: I love and basically need the layout due to wrist issues and unfortunately I can't find another keyboard with this design, because this one is poorly made. I've had 3 of them in 3 years and all have had issues. The shift key sticks on all of them. The left mouse button stopped working on two of them. And, the latest one keeps losing connection with the computer. Does anybody know of someone other than Adesso that makes a keyboard in this design??? Please help.
Summary: I had a need for an ergonomic keyboard with an integrated trackpad. I was not interested in a wireless keyboard, as I did not want to deal with batteries and would not need wireless features. After much internet searching, this keyboard was the only wired, ergonomic keyboard with integrated trackpad that I could find. Pros: -I *love* the form factor. I can use the trackpad with one thumb, without moving my wrists from the wresting position.
I've used this keyboard and its predessors for at least 12 years
K. Barbalace, Amazon
27 January 2012
Summary: I've been using my current Adesso ergonomic keyboard with touch pad for at least five years and have had three or four earlier models of it. I've been using these keyboards for between 12-15 years (can't remember for sure). Overall this is my favorite keyboard because I like typing with the keyboard in my lap and the touch pad is in the perfect place. I just haven't found another keyboard that can match its form and function. The touch pad placement is perfect.
Summary: After over 10 years with a keyboard with nearly the same layout by a company that no longer exists finally died, I bought this. As another review mentioned "unsatisfactory key action". That's putting it kindly. It's as if this thing were buried in fine sand until just before being shipped. Of all the keyboards including some very cheap ones, I've never seen keys this bad. If it wasn't a brand new keyboard I would think it was an old and very dirty, filled with crud one.
Summary: As a long time user of split keyboards with built-in touchpads, I thought this looked like a great replacement for my now discontinued Cirque Wave Keyboard. How wrong I was! To start, the keyboard arrived with keys already falling off - even though it was packed snug and securely. After quickly re-attaching the keys, I quickly soon discovered what would be the fatal flaw. This keyboard simply cannot be used for gaming.
Summary: I have issues with my hands, having had two operations. I think people who design these keyboards, all brands, don't have issues and just can't get it right. I am a average sized woman and the fingers are so close together, makes me feel as though I'm sitting in a kindergarten chair and my hands are squished into this little box.