Summary: The wonderful sleek design makes it easy for small hands to type comfortably and almost silently. Audio control buttons on the keyboard work perfectly. The only thing I don't like, there aren't any light to indicate caps lock or any similar settings. Despite this, I still love it.
Summary: This is a very efficient keyboard. It's USB plug makes it more easy to insert and remove the keyboard to and from the main system. It's size is also efficient when it comes to limited space. To say, I would recommend this to anybody who's in need of a keyboard.
Compact, complete, keyboard works on Mac, Windows, and Linux
6 August 2012
Summary: I first fitted my Mac Mini with a bluetooth wireless keyboard, which was OK BUT refused to work when installing a Windows virtual-machine (needed page-down, missing there). This keyboard is complete for both MacOS and Windows/Linux, and is recognized more easily than bluetooth. Overall, a great buy, better than the Dell keyboard I use in the office for sure!
Summary: I really like this keyboard. I love how thin it is and the keys are spaced perfectly and are very easy or smooth when typing. It has a number pad on the right as well as across the top. It has the USB plug so it is versatile with my home computer as well as my laptop, etc (any device with usb plug in needing a keyboard). It does not have the little props under the bottom to angle the keyboard so it sits flat, even still I really like this keyboard.
Love the profile...the dark lettering on the keys, not so much.
9 June 2012
Summary: the keyboards profile is low and i really like it. My only negative thing i can say is that the keys are black with not so bright blue dispays which makes it impossible to see without a light on directly above the keyboard. White woulda been a smarter choice , IMO. But I like the flat profile and it was reasonably priced so it will do.
Great keyboard for my Mac, especially good for such a cheap price!
1 May 2012
Summary: It's a really good keyboard. Very flat where the keys are so it doesn't hurt my wrists at all. It gives me a whole lot more options with my Mac than did the standard Apple keyboard, except there are no eject button or brightness keys. That's ok though. I don't need to eject from the keyboard very often and I can always just ctrl click to get that done, and the brightness I don't have to change that often since it's a desktop.