Summary: I have the full (wired) Extended Keyboard at home and am using the Wireless keyboard here at work. First of all, the keys on all of these new keyboards feel amazing. It's quite a jump from an older apple keyboard and particularly from a standard PC keyboard, but once you get used to it, older keyboards feel like those old manual typewriters, plus the design is just incredible.
Glad I kept my old full-sized Apple wireless keyboard
Christopher L, Apple Store
12 November 2009
Summary: This keyboard is fine, but seems too-clever-by-half. Why no number pad? Or, back-delete key? Or, page up/page down, end, etc. keys? As someone else pointed out: it is great if you're sitting on a a plane or bus with a laptop; but for serious office work, it is inadequate. I bought a full-sized wireless Apple keyboard about 4 years ago and still use it (like, right now). Works fine, is not a battery-hog, and is full function.
Summary: I've had my wireless keyboard now for about 2 years. In essence it is fine but a design fault appears to be if and when the AA batteries inside corrode - they get stuck and seems impossible to them get out. It's a shame to have to keep replacing peripherals because of design flaws. I shall go back to an Apple wired keyboard when I visit the store tomorrow to replace it.
Summary: Beyond the obvious benefits of wireless technology, this keyboard unfortunately sacrifices too much functionality to achieve its slight, compact form. Fine for casual use, although anyone with average to large hands may find even this to be a struggle. It excludes a number of keys, which in my case is a deal-breaker.
Summary: Its a keyboard. A very small and thin one. Bought it to go with my Mac Mini and I only got it because I thought I'd have a "matching" keyboard for my shiny new toy. It looks nice but that is where it ends. The keys do not have enough travel for a conventional typing experience. It is not back lit and as the buttons are small and tightly packed it is easy to miss the key or to be unsure if you hit it.