Summary: for $10 the price of this key board is hard to beat. But you pay for what you get. This key board has a "FN" key at its lower left corner, which is common for key boards that do not have dedicated function keys. But this key board has dedicated function keys so that FN key is redundant. A redundant key means a lot in a compact key board, because it means a very small CTRL key next to it, making it hard to used CRTL HOME, CRTL END functions.
Summary: It works but the keys are very insensitive. You have to push hard to type in a letter. Don't expect it works like a laptop keyboard. In addition, the space and backspace keys are quite small and inconvenient to use. I would rather recommend the Genius LuxeMate.
Summary: If you are cramped for space this little keyboard is the perfect answer. I have to tell you more to make the required amount of charaters for this review to be posted, what a stupid requirement.
Summary: Bought this keyboard for use with my Galaxy Nexus. It works great, with absolutely no problems, fulfilling my requirement. An added feature is that the back of the keyboard is metal, making it very strong. Would recommend to anybody looking for a small keyboard.
Summary: pros: small, compact ok price cons: the keys tend to wear out less responsive, meaning you have to press a little harder to register Note: that the layout is similar to the IBM thinkpads, so the Fn and Ctrl keys are reversed. I wasn't planning on using it for long term anyways, so I guess it's an ok product.