Cons: On rare occasions, it freezes my computer for some reason if I plug it into certain USB ports on my laptop (I have the still somewhat new Windows 8, so I don't know if that has something to do wiht it.)
Summary: I wanted a small keyboard to keep in my toolkit (I'm an IT professional), and that's exactly what I got. Small, handy, but robust at the same time. There are no legs on it but I like the way the top end is thicker keeps it raised slightly (just enough). I also use it as a keyboard with my iPad (in conjunction with camera connection kit).
Summary: Did not have the problemns others have experienced with the number lock on start-up. I like it. Purchased following OH assessment of my workstation due to arthritic problem. Now also have them on my work station at home & my personal computer.
Small and compact, although the wire is a bit long
Cian Mcintyre "Cian", Amazon
16 July 2012
Summary: I bought this to use with my laptop at home (fyi, it works with Mac). Not much to say about it, it's small and it works. The cable is a bit in the way though and you start to miss the number pad on the right side but generally no problems at all.
Summary: This is the best laid-out small keyboard I've found. These are tiny yet virtually nothing is missing: The spacebar is generous, the enter key is double height, page up/down/home/end are sensibly positioned, Fn+win+f12 brings up system properties. I've used if for a while with a laptop on a stand for programming in eclipse and it's worked really well. In fact, it's been promoted to my main keyboard - I need space more than a dedicated numpad.