Summary: I bought this keyboard a while back, trying to save some money on a remote keyboard for my Mac. In general, it worked okay, but about 10-20% of the time, it didn't type on my computer what I was inputting in the keyboard (e.g., I would try to type something from the keyboard, but it would show up as misspelled or gibberish on my computer screen). It was really frustrating, but since this keyboard was less expensive than an Apple keyboard, I figured it was worth it.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard to use with a Mac mini. My original keyboard did not work well. (a's were e's etc.) This one works great and I can't believe how quiet it is. I just plugged it in the USB port and away it went.
Summary: This was exactly what I needed. It's a full-size keyboard but does not have a dozen extra programmable keys and gadgets on it so it is very trim in size. I like the white color and the good contrast of the black key labels to the white background, so it's clear even in soft lighting. The keys have a short travel but a very positive feedback. It works perfectly on a PC with the USB connector.
Summary: I loved my last i-rocks keyboard, but hate this one. The one inexcusable flaw of a keyboard is putting keys in the wrong location. Unfortunately, this i-rocks keyboard does exactly that. The pipe/backslash key has been placed to the right of the space key. There's room for experimentation in keyboard design, but not with the placement of keys. A keyboard either puts the keys in the proper place, or it doesn't. This keyboard doesn't.