Summary: We use an Apple Bluetooth keyboard in the kitchen. After a few too many spills (and a few too many replacement keyboards), I started looking into a cover. This fits the bill. If you're a touch typist, there is definitely a distinctly different feel to the KB, but I can't say it affects my WPM count. I tape this down onto the KB. Price is a bit high for what this is, but if it saves us from buying a new kb every few months, it'll be money in the bank.
Summary: I am enjoying this ClearGuard covering, because I don't have to worry about dust particles -& mostly~ the relentless dry skin that keeps accumulating all around & in the keyboard keys ('people sharing the computer). The other keyboard we use... the keys have been sticking, -even after shooting air around & under them. Yes, the air helped, but I knew it was just a matter of time... So, my new keyboard? No worries. The plastic hugs the keys well.
Summary: When it comes to keyboards, it is almost guaranteed that I will spill something into them. After replacing my Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for the third time, I decided that since it was obvious my exceptionally bad habits with food and liquids were apparently not going to change, it was time to look into a keyboard protector. This is the first one I tried and I couldn't be happier.
Summary: So, my backstory- I ruined no less than 3 (three) Apple wireless keyboards... all were sodas, and it was in the space of a year. Not very good averages for me! I purchased this out of frustration with my own "clutziness". Well, after having this for 6 months, I've yet to spill another soda... go figure! Pros- Fits VERY well. My wife didn't even know I had it on for the first week.
Summary: This is quite nice- has a relatively unobtrusive profile which I like. It holds them both just as pictured and they fit snugly. The fit is solid and tight. They suggest reversing the orientation from the picture (ie- trackpad on the left in stead of the right) so that if you also have a magic mouse, you can use each for different reasons. I'm a photographer and I use a mouse in one hand and the trackpad to zoom in and out and change orientation.
Summary: I use this with a Mac Mini on my big screen. It works great. My only disappointment is it is maybe too compact? If it stuck out on one end or the other, so you could grip it to pick it up without hitting a key or clicking the track pad, I'd be a bit happier, but other than that I couldn't improve it. Until Apple makes a combined keyboard/trackpad (like a laptop base, c'mon Apple) combo, this is as good as you can get!
Summary: Exactly what you need to get the job done. No gimmicky button systems and you still get full touch/click control of the trackpad on your lap. I had plans to build a beautiful, custom wood tray because I disliked everything else available (this was perpetually out of stock). Glad I waited, this was too easy! It's so thin and unobtrusive that a few people have asked me where I got that beautiful, all-in-one keyboard.