Summary: The keys have separate cut outs for the keys which I like although I know somepeople prefer keys which are maximum size with either no separation or vary little. The keys have good positive action and in my experience, always register with no double bounce. The keyboard is fairly compact and doesn't take up lots of desk space. There is no slope adjustment, so I use a great Kensington wrist rest which works great for me.
Summary: It's a good keyboard, I've had it a little over a year and it still works fine. I work from home full time so it gets a lot of use, and the letters are beginning to rub off the A, S and D. It has several shortcut keys: for the calculator, volume, the My Computer file, and some sort of music app.
Summary: Works great, nice tactile key presses, and handy multimedia keys but - to really impress, the embossing of the letters needs to be better - Several of my keys have worn away - okay for me, but - if anyone else uses my PC - quite funny seeing them struggle working out which key is which!
Summary: The keyboard is ok. Just not as low profile as I wanted. I needed an external keyboard as low profiled as my laptop keyboard. This seems like an impossible request however. I just have to manage this one.
Summary: Love this little keyboard. So easy to type with and feels much more well put together than the price tag suggests. I bought a small back light to go under my desk as only concern for me is working at night with the lights low and I've never been a good touch typist! The features suit my purposes and the ability to press multiple keys simultaneously works well for gaming.
Summary: Seems I am not going to buy again this crap! After around 3 months some keys (like "t" "[" "]" "backspace") stopped to work! I can't believe it. A crappy "Technika" that I have this since 10yrs ago still works fine!