Cons: Stopped working after 11 months, HP wireless keyboards, including this one, often don't work with batteries that are not energizer. This can be corrected by prying out the spring on the negative end of where the batteries go
Summary: Pros: It certainly fits the bill for a low profile keyboard. It's equal to or a step up for a laptop. it's very portable on convenient. and now for the Cons: The keyboard is cramped, cramped and more cramped. If you have arthritus or CTS (carpal tunnel syndrome) you are going to be in some pain quickly. There are no indicator lamps to indicate cap lock on or off (cap lock is easy for me to hit all the time) Num lock shuts off automatically.
"Sleek, exactly what I was looking for.... until..."
9 March 2010
Pros: great design, short key travel is incredible, snappy, thin.
Cons: 1. For some reason fails to communicate with the usb receiver it came with. Battery indicator shows OK. i hit some key and receiver may respond like 10 seconds later, never seen anything like this. replaced batteries. same story.
Summary: On the good side, this is a comfortably large mouse (I have fairly small hands and find laptop mice awkwardly small) and performs the basic left and right clicks. However, don't expect the 5 button and tilt functions....they don't work, at least not with Windows XP which is probably the most commonly used system in the UK.