Summary: Tried to get something similar from the Apple store at the mall but they don't have it available. Went onto Amazon and found this. When I received it, the hold thing was just a piece of plastic with the edge curved in to hold the keyboard and touchpad. I don't think its worth the 30 bucks I paid.
Summary: The product is pretty simple and straightforward, however I expected it to solidify the keyboard and trackpad into one rock solid piece. That's not the case, it's essentially a tray that clamps them side by side but it doesn't lock them into place up and and down so you can tilt them while they are in the tray, but that's the price you pay for getting to actually click the trackpad.
Summary: I really like this Apple keyboard, as it gives a sense of the old school style keyboards used to incorporate into their design; however, with this particular keyboard, I spent two hours cleaning and refurbishing due to the excess amount of hair and debris trapped inside of it. It was fairly simple to do, but my time is worth more than I paid for the keyboard for certain.
Summary: This is a very good keyboard overall, especially compared to what comes now with the iMac, yet - the ergonomics of it is terrible... Thus, I went back to a Microsoft ergo keyboard... I find it odd that Apple seems to care so little about the needs of the customer and their health - instead they focus on what "looks" aesthetically pleasing - whelp, we still have to type with our hand Apple...
Summary: The product is solid construction, holds the two pieces together well and presents them at a nice angle. One of the things that is a bit annoying is that the BT activation button for the keyboard is not reachable when it is snapped into the tray. If the computer drops the connection or the keyboard isn't waking up and detecting, in order to hit the button you have to pop the keyboard out of the tray.
Summary: I'd call this keyboard 'reasonably' comfortable to type on, I think some folks are overstating it a bit. The keys and size are smaller and just feel a little cramped for me. I have the apple wireless keyboard and would definitely prefer to type on that one (but it's not as easy to carry around because it's heavier and a little larger). In fairness, the keys do have a reasonably good positive feel to them. As some others have said, it's a little flimsy.
Great for distances 10' or less. Terrible for anything beyond that.
Chad Brandon, Amazon
11 July 2012
Summary: Note: I have been using this keyboard for 1 week. *****UPDATE 9/17/12: I think I have figured out what is causing the lag delay and connectivity issues. I purchased this keyboard in part to use on my coffee table and on my lap while using my computer as an HTPC running XBMC on a 55" HDTV. I've just noticed that when using the keyboard on the coffee table, these issues are minimal or non existent.
Summary: I bought this originally to use with my Mac Mini, but it is way too small to use as a computer keyboard. It is also very hard to use in dark rooms. The writing of the letters/numbers are not very easy to see. Overall, a decent keyboard, BUT overpriced. Cheap plastic feel.
Summary: Pay close attention to the keyboard specifications, this keyboard is tiny. It is about the same size as a 10" netbook keyboard. It is missing keys that I thought should be available via ctrl/alt/fn key, such has home/end and print screen. Also fn button is the bottom left key instead of ctrl which makes for some fun finger "twister" like manipulations. For the price I was expecting a bit more quality.