Summary: The new Logitech RF K400 kb with Touchpad works beatifully.
Pros: It's black and would make a good doorstop.
Cons: Part of an HTPC system I built for a family member. Paired up the kb and it seemed to work. Shipped the system. System installed. KB no longer links to the system. Tried uninstalling, re-pairing, etc. multiple times. 30 days up. So sorry. One egg only because I have to.
Summary: This keyboard is a relic. It does not work with Mac OS 10.7 (Lion). This rather important information does not appear on Amazon's website, so everyone who wants a Mac trackpad keyboard gets to waste their time discovering this and mailing the item back - a rather thorough waste of time and money.
Summary: This is the only Mac-specific keyboard with a touchpad in front. I hate constantly switching between keyboard and mouse, so this is the only keyboard for me. Pluses: Only Mac keyboard with a touchpad. This is much easier to type on than Apple's tiny aluminum keyboard.
Summary: I have this keyboard for over a year. My biggest complaint is that it doesn't stay connected. It often loses connection and i have to reconnect and type in the code on the screen. My other bluetooth device that I use with the my mac (Apple Magic Trackpad) always stays connected.
Summary: I bought this with the idea of putting it on the pullout keypad shelf to make using my laptop more ergonomic. The big advantage of this keyboard was it was the only Mac-specific one I could find that has a trackpad on the keyboard.
Summary: My biggest complaint about this product is Adesso's decision to reduce the number of batteries from 4, as in its PC version that comes with a separate USB dongle receiver, to 2 in this keyboard. It is just not enough juice.
Same problem as the other poster, need to Pair all the time
Daniel C., Newegg
3 August 2011
Summary: FAILURE!!!! (do they have a patent on these wireless keyboards, why does logitech not create one with this design.. i dont get it)
Pros: Looks just like a laptop keyboard, its perfect for a HTPC, and decently built
Cons: You cant use this without pairing it with the computer every single time the computer is turned out.. defeats the whole purpose of wireless if I need to keep connecting a physical keyboard and mouse to log into windows then pair with the adesso keyboard.. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS WITH THE PRICE TH...
Summary: While this looks like an Apple knock-off in the picture it does not feel like and apple product. The product looks and feels cheap. The two batteries that came with it were DOA (dead on arrival for those that don't watch CSI). The keys have a very long travel and feel like a $2 keyboard from China.