Summary: The mouse function was great, but the keyboard didn't work too well. It wasn't accurate or fast enough. It's an interesting concept, but not worth the cost for how well it works. I returned it.
Summary: This looks cool. In lower level lighting. In standard room lighting it's hard to see at all. It's a great idea. I purchased it to use in a studio where I have limited desk space. It does work, mostly as a key board. Mine does not recognize the outer parts of the keyboard most times unless I make a real slow and pointed effort, even then sometimes it doesn't pick up you typing. When online with site that use passwords it's impossible and I just use my regular keyboard.
Summary: The keyboard works like 90%, but it is too expensive, and considering the tablets and phones have their own touch keyboard, this is not needed. I also had a hard time installing it in an Android tablet due to drivers limitation, and when I got it working the "regular" keyboard in the screen was displayed anyways so the fact of having a bluetooth keyboard didn't save me any space in the screen.
Summary: I really wanted to love this. It sure gets folks attentions. Star-Trek! It's on the table. But, you cannot type with any real accuracy or with any speed at all. It's also a brick - so you can't put it in your pocket - or even in a laptop back easily. I bought it for iPad. Well, there is no HOME key. It works, but not as if it was designed to work with the ipad. It works with Windows8, but the multi-touch mouse is impossible to control with any purpose. I'm sorry.
Summary: I found this incredibly hard to use, and even with training it would never be as easy as a regular keyboard. It's unusual key placement is awkward, and you can never rest your hands on the keyboard. I expected it to be more adaptable, to be able to track my hands, but if they move even half an inch from the projected keys, all you get is jumbled letters.
Summary: I purchased this in the hopes that it would not only replace the keyboard for my tablet but also for my regular system and my editing system. The good points are few and far between. It has a great look to it and hooking it up via USB is simple although I did have to plug it in twice before my system read it properly. After that, it operated like any keyboard. I could not get it to pair via Bluetooth with three Android phones that it says it will pair with.
Summary: Having read the previous reviews, the demonstrations on their website and being a complete gadget geek, I was looking forward to using this for my iPad, iPhone and laptop. It is an item of beauty, small form factor and very simple to set up. Unfortunately, when it came to using it in anger, I was extremely disappointed. I would have to re-type other word. It was not sensitive enough for some letters and too sensitive for others.