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: NOTE: I called adesso and ordered a second receiver and put in on my second computer, so I can control it from the bed. The idea was to bring the keyboard whereever I go around the house and have it work with the TV (with HTPC) or my main PC.
Pros: laptop-like buttons, low travel. Well, may be depends on the laptop, but pretty good feel for the keys. Good range. I don't know, looks good and works.
Cons: I use rechargable batteries, 1300 mAh, and it goes through a freshly charged set in about 2-3 weeks. I don't even use it too much. Seems kinda too often. May be it's me. Setting up in windows is annoying, and every now and then you have to redo it. For some reason it just doesn't recognize it any...
Summary: Writing this review with it the Adesso slimtouch is great for HTPC fans that don't mind the touch mouse format. The keyboard is adequate and the overall feel is solid. The lack of media buttons are the only real flaw hence the missing egg.
Pros: Wireless (Bluetooth) Connects easily (XP) Comfortable on the couch Worked out of the box and works great for me Newegg
Cons: Expensive A little bigger than expected No media keys/buttons
Summary: No real customization options - trackpad sensitivity, touch sensitivity, etc. I knew this before buying, so it was a nonissue. (The sensitivity is just fine for me.) This keyboard does not work (on my system) at POST, which I should have expected.
Pros: Good battery life - only replaced batteries once in 6 months (and then realized it wasn't a battery problem, but someone unplugged my Bluetooth adapter!). No range problems within my basement, but the farthest I get is about 20' away. (Bluetooth adapter is on the back side of the HTPC in the cabi...
Cons: A bit spendy. Tight key layout, but that's what makes it a small keyboard. I disagree completely with the Home/Delete/End/Insert placements - they seem randomly placed. I'd swap the Home and Delete keys to make it more functional.
Summary: This keyboard is not for heavy use - but for occasional use with a media PC or internet surfing. It has been very dependable for the time I've used it (3+ months). As per other people's comments here, I've turmed the keyboard off after each use since I've had it and I've yet to replace the...
Pros: Good feel, good response, good battery life.
Cons: Having to turn the switch off when not in use to conserve the battery. Some keys feel somewhat cheap after extended use.