Summary: The key board is ok, but they don't support windows 8. I have the World of Warcraft key board and the special function keys don't work. I just use the generic gaming keyboard that came with the set. I like the big keys for moving around.
Summary: At first I thought the whole keyboard could fold into a square which is perfect for work and home which I wouldnt have to transfer over and over. That was not the case. You also require a base for this keyboard which makes the whole thing thick. Spent 45$ with 3ds Max new.
Summary: I bought this hoping to make World of Warcraft easier to play. It does but for the life of me I'm not a macro programmer so there's lots of features that I still don't use like the extra row of buttons to the top edge of the board.
Summary: I've been PC gaming for a very long time (essentially since there have been PCs (Yes, I'm THAT old)) The good: I was pretty impressed when I first saw the Zboard. I picked one up about a year ago for BF2 and was very pleased with the smart game layout and the easy access to commands. Very slick.
Summary: Not bad for the neatness factor. I have an occiasional problem with one of the split space bar buttons not working sometimes. It requires a computer restart to correct (sometimes more than once). My biggest gripe though, is that the print on the keys wears off with extended use.
Summary: I really wanted to like this keyboard. The design, layout, idea everything was great. Well all was well until I noticed a couple of things. THE BAD -------- #1- I don't like install drivers/software for devices, since they usualy take up valuable gaming resources.