Summary: I've used this keyboard for about 1 3/4 years. It's worked great up until a few months ago when the left click button started frequently double clicking even when I only click once. This has become a bit of a pain as it'll double-click web pages and programs, etc if I'm not very careful, and sometimes even when I am. Otherwise this keyboard has been massively useful, allowing me to use my computer from my couch with my TV as a monitor.
Summary: USE AT WORK DAILY WHILE STANDING. BOUGHT FOR HOME AS WELL. IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE LONG RUN! I WAS REPLACING THE BATTERY IN MY OLD WIFI KEYBOARD EVERY 2 WEEKS AT BEST. THE SLEEP FUNCTION IS GREAT. DEPENDING ON WHAT YOU DO WILL DETERMINE HOW MUCH THE NUMBER KEYPAD IS MISSED.
Summary: I bought this keyboard to use while surfing the web on my 47" Sony Bravia, which is hooked to my laptop via VGA. The feel of this keyboard is great - very comfortable. My favorite feature is the mouse controls on either side of the unit. The left/right click buttons and scroll wheel are in the top left corner, while the optical track ball is in the upper right.
Summary: I've had a bit of a love/hate relationship with this keyboard over a period of 4 years. I'm typing on it right now actually. I bought this keyboard for the bed as opposed to most who probably are buying it for media center of something of the like. First I would like to address the previous reviewers and the on and off again love for the trackball built into this thing.
Summary: I got this keyboard nearly 2 years ago to help avoid carpal tunnel. It took about a week to get used to the mouse and trackball on opposites sides, but it was well worth the transition. I have no wrist pain, plus it's small enough to take with me when I travel. It's easy to clean and maintain - I just needed to replace it after over 2 years of daily use. I only wanted the exact same one again!
Summary: I've had two of these keyboards for about a year now. They have worked well but I just recently got a new cheap home theater computer and the keyboard hooked to that has started to randomly freeze. I suspect the cheap chinese FoxxConn computer is the problem (maybe a bad USB section in the computer?). Anyway I have been researching this on the internet and I ended up here so I thought I would pass along a little tip.
Summary: Overall I am very very happy with this. It fit every major feature I was looking for to use my HTPC from the couch. Its trackball and mouse buttons are well placed and you can even fairly comfortably use the keyboard while standing in front of the TV when you first fire up (i.e. dont have to sit down to balance it). The keys all feel solid and they activate when hit - very precise. The Range of the wireless is great - works from my couch perfectly.
Summary: I have owned this keyboard for a bit less than two years. At first I would have rated the keyboard 5 stars as it worked great for my home theater pc (HTPC) through out the first year. I use it to browse the web and make selections on Netflix, by kids use it to play some pc games. The keyboard still works great and I've only changed the batteries once. However, the track ball began to fail. You could turn the ball and nothing would happen.
Summary: You won't regret buying this. I use it for my media PC, to watch from the couch, and it's perfect for that. Small problem, the usb dongle, something shakes inside of it like it's broken, but everything works fine. I recommend you buy this.
Summary: I recently dumped my cable tv provider and now use what I can get from my tv antenna, Netflix and Hulu. Since I use my laptop as my tuner/browser for Netflix and Hulu, I have connected my laptop to my flat screen tv (display port to hdmi port) and use this wireless keyboard/mouse setup as my interface. It really is perfect for the purpose. Good solid feel. Intuitive layout of the mouse wheel, button and track ball. I am a very happy buyer.