Summary: Works pretty well when it works.Decent quality in the build, but the bluetooth won't stay connected. I am having to reconnect several times a day, even with fresh batteries. This is going back. Not much on the market like this, save the apple keyboard, the track pad, and the connector. ($$$!
Lightweight sleek black affordable wireless keyboard
29 March 2014
Summary: It normally costs 30$ for a bluetooth keyboard in the store. and around 20$ online. This one costs me 13$ (no tax) and its very cute, small, lightweight, black color, professional looking, and will fit my laptopbag. I use a laptop elevator and hence a wireless keyboard & mouse r mandatory. The keyboard is super thin, there is a nice On/OFF button on the back as well as a connect button. It was a breeze to connect this to my XP laptop after I connected the USB dongle in.
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. I works but is not worth the $70 bucks I paid for it.
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. The Mac bluetooth keyboard (which is nicely built) has no built-in trackpad so must be used with an external mouse or trackpad. I really really wanted a built-in trackpad since I find it more convenient..
Summary: I'd been looking for an external keyboard with a trackpad to hook up to my Macbook Air, and was really excited when I discovered this. However, I had to return it TWICE due to problems. The first time, the mouse kept jumping around the screen, and the second, one of the keys broke off within three minutes of using the product. I'm very disappointed because I really prefer a trackpad to a mouse, but sadly, this is just too poorly made to be a viable product.
Summary: Seems like this shouldn't be a hard thing to do. I'm on Win7 but my laptop wouldn't recognize it with it's native BlueTooth. So I install the dongle. It works after about 30 minutes of wrangling. There is a little latency but it's not bad. Next day, won't connect. Try again but no luck. Call customer support. They say to keep the keyboard on all the time and not to turn it off - that should work. It's working.
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.