Excerpt: I ordered this keyboard to replace a standard sized keyboard for an HP Touchsmart All In One PC. The entire keyboard is about the size of just the letters on a standard keyboard. This would be more appropriate for a tablet or to use when traveling and space is an issue.
Excerpt: The keyboard is not ergonomical so I would not recommend it for longterm or extended use. It does make it nice to setback away from a labtop and type instead of hunching over the affixed keyboard. i have back and kneck issues, so I bought it when I have multiple pieces of data entry for my projects.
Excerpt: I needed a bluetooth keyboard because I just dot have enough USB spots and do not want a hub dangling. It's functional but fickle, sometimes I have a hard time getting it to connect and it can be slow to react to your typing.
Summary: When I first got this keyboard I was in love. It looked nice, felt great, worked without any setup, and was cheap. Then, I tried playing an FPS with it. I don't know if it's the spacing of the keys (it's a bit wide, which is great for typing) or what but my wrist and fingers hurt and I was actually...
Excerpt: The salesperson said this keyboard would be compatible with the Logitech Mouse I purchased at the same time, and would only need one plug to plug into port on computer to activate both the mouse and the keyboard. But that is not so.
Summary: I like to keep my desk clean and tidy. Very neat is the way for me. So all these wires for mice and keyboards and USB sticks was no fun for me. Gradually one by one I solved the problem. I got a very small USB stick I could keep plugged in all the time. I got a wireless mouse.