Summary: Pros: 1. Elegant, stylish and comes with nice features. 2. Backlit keys make it a good tool in dark environments. Cons: 1. Software... Setpoint definitely not the appropriate software for it. The keyboard does not show in it. 2. You need to use both hands to press FN and Pageup or Page Down to move through pages. 3. Logitech should either include a bluetooth USB dongle, or make it a unifying devise. Such a waste!
Summary: The normal function keys are shared with special keyboard keys. The problem is... the function keys are secondary and only utilized when pressed in tandem with the FN key. Realistically, this should be reversed as I'm far more likely to use the function keys themselves than the special keyboard keys.
Summary: I love the internal illumination, it should be a standard for all keyboard, wired or portable. There is something about the size or layout that is a bit of a problem for me. I found it a little clumsy to use but it does have a nice "touch". It would sync up very quickly and was easy to set up.
Summary: I wish I could have given this five stars. I had high hopes. I bought the keyboard to use with a Dell Latitude 10 Tablet, since I find it hard to type fast enough on a virtual keyboard. What's great about the keyboard is that it is lighted, it's lightweight, the power charge lasts a long time, and it's small enough overall to fit into a portfolio case with the Tablet.
Summary: I bought this to serve as a desktop keyboard for my home, to seamlessly switch between home a work computers without having to use up additional usb ports and deal with all the wire hassle of a kvm switch. Pairing, typing, and switching all work great, but I was disappointed in a few design choices.
Summary: I just received this keyboard and paired it with my iPad 3 and my PlayStation 3. The bluetooth pairing was very simple and worked well. I was looking for a keyboard with illumination and will be very happy with that feature. I was surprised that the keyboard was much smaller than I expected. It's extremely thin and almost exactly the size of my laptop keyboard. The small size is almost awkward for holding in my lap, but I may get used to that.
Summary: The keyboard is well built and largely works as advertized. So, for example, I have it "paired" with a Nexus 7 tablet and two desktops. With one keystroke, I can switch between them. However,it has some shortcomings that particularly affect its use with desktop PC's. Firstly, chances are high that it won't work when you reboot & go into your BIOS.
Some odd design features...so very nearly a great little keyboard
Mr. A. G. Watkins "Disappointed", Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: As a portable keyboard you can use with three devices, this is a pretty good attempt. But there are a few design features I really don't understand or like. 1. No keyboard angle adjustment, it is too flat for (my) comfort. Surely some pop out legs at the back wouldn't have been too hard to add. 2. The Delete and Backspace buttons are right next to at the top right hand corner. I keep catching the wrong one. 3. No Home or End or Page Up/Dwn key.