Summary: Great keyboard for HP Touch Pad.... Works like a charm. I would recommend to everybody who is looking for keyboard for their HP Touch Pad. Nice to have this keyboard if you are looking to write long notes using word processing software
Pros: Very sleek and slim design. The keyboard itself is thin, yet feels sturdy. Keys are flat and respond well, rather quiet too. Plug and play worked flawlessly on both a Windows 7 and Ubuntu system.
Cons: Receiver LED is rather bright and lights up with each keystroke. I've got it plugged into a USB port on the back of my tower so this isn't really an issue, but if I were using this on a laptop I would have to cover up the LED with something. Overall not enough to deduct an egg over, but still is something to consider.
Cons: Only downside I have found thus far is range of the keyboard. My computer hangs on a swing bar below my desk and the keyboard functions fine but if I move it too far away from one side of the desk I notice keys begin to stop registering.
Pros: To start off, I hate the bulky keys of normal keyboards, so it is nice to have a keyboard that is extremely low-profile, yet still completely comfortable to use. I got this keyboard to replace a Logitech S520 keyboard/mouse bundle because that keyboard was atrocious, it skips keys about once every four keystrokes unless you pound on the keys, which considerably slows down typing speed (I warrantied the keyboard out and the other still had the same problem.) I have nev...
Cons: The only reason why I'm still not using this keyboard is that I clumsily broke the usb receiver, fixed it with emergency solder surgery, then a couple months later, broke it again. For good. It would be nice to have a smaller profile on the receiver also like with the newer Logitech gear. And for goodness sake, have it at least stop lighting up every time I strike a key!