Summary: I wanted a new wireless keyboard to use at home. I did a little research and decided this might be the one to try. When I opened the box I didn't expect it to be so thin. The keys are much like a laptop in the way they feel and respond. After the initial dislike I now have decided it's a good product and easy to use. I also bought a wireless mouse that uses the same connection to the computer, saving another USB port for other things.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, No Learning Curve
Summary: Another thing: when the keyboard loses some of it's charge (< 80%), it actually starts to lose it's connectivity a bit which causes some keystrokes to not register. I also noticed that the signal is not as strong as it should be. Having the receiver plugged in the back of the computer causes keystroke loss. So I had to plug it in more pain sight for it to fully work.
Pros: I can easily say right off the bat that this keyboard is a logical step towards solving the one weakness all wireless keyboards had: a battery life. It also looks so stylish on the computer desk that isn't cluttered with wires. (Seriously, google some pictures. It looks modern and minimalist)
Cons: While it does solve the wireless keyboard problem, this keyboard isn't perfect yet. It actually requires direct light to charge it, not ambient. This is normally not a problem for those who use a computer with the lights off, but it is a problem for those who do. People generally will close the blinds to shade out the sun in order to see, this is enough to prevent a positive charge.
Summary: I have been using this now for 2 months and I really like the feel of the mouse and keyboard. My favorite feature is that the keyboard has solar panels that recharge an internal battery so there are no replacements to worry about - the mouse still uses AA. The keyboard is thin and that may take getting used to for some. The mouse is on the larger side and fits well in my hand but is much larger than a midsized travel mouse.
Summary: I can't believe people don't know the diff between Bluetooth and Wireless. Bottom line is if the unit is talking about a receiver then it's not bluetooth plain and simple. The unit overall is quite good has a nice light touch and good responsiveness. Unit will work with any apple laptop, desktop, including mini (not the ipad as they require bluetooth) The keyboard is VERY thin and because of the solar panels you must be careful. Not designed to be thrown around.
Excerpt: I was happy with the fact that it was easy to set up, but when using it, I realized that there is NO light or indicator when the CAPs lock is on....the only way to tell is start typing! Thats annoying....other than that, its great. I can move it around on my desk without fighting with the tail that was there with the old keyboard....you know, the cord that plugs into the computer....
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Quiet
Replacement for Apple Keyboard (this one is Solar Powered), Good Value
19 November 2013
Summary: This was a replacement for my wife's MAC desktop small wireless keyboard which died. I got it primarily because it was a full size keyboard and was solar powered, on the previous keyboard the batteries had leaked all over the inside and probably contributed to its demise. This one works like a champ and even though it is in a dimly lit room it maintains its 100% charge. The keys work as you would expect and I have had no problems with it.