Summary: Is there a wireless keyboard that doesn't suck?
Pros: Small, easy for travel
Cons: Disconnects ALL THE TIME. Have to pull the batteries, put 'em back in - will work again for a few days before having to pull the batteries again. Inb4 drivers, new batteries, etc - yes. I've tried this on a couple system, keyboard sucks.
Pros: easy on lap, takes up little space, great for a laptop or any system really
Cons: cannot have it plugged in while installing windows. causes a driver error crash, so use an alternate keyboard or just unplug before first reboot. also recently had either a shift key or caps lock key die. the key still works but sticky keys pops up every 5 minutes or so as if it keeps resetting. ...
Summary: Overall it is a solid keyboard. You can tell just by holding it. That it is well built. Doesn't feel like it would break from the slightest touch like some. Our sound like a bunch of plastic clacking together when you pick it up.
Pros: Small, protective case, and well built cosmetically.
Cons: Only seems to work well when it is close to the usb. If you have it plugged into the back of the PC. It sometimes has lag issues.
Summary: The good looks, the price, and the wireless capability mean nothing if you're going to use this keyboard for more than typing in search engines.
Pros: The keyboard is compact, which is what my wife really wanted for her new setup. The lack of a separate number pad and excess keys help to accomplish this. We also got it on sale at a local shop for $30.
Cons: My wife blogs quite often. I occasionally play some FPS games. The receiver is 2 feet away and we both have issues with input lag, periods of complete unresponsiveness, duplicate keystrokes, and some keys not responding unless they're pressed in a certain fashion (especially the space bar) even w...
Excerpt: this little guy is easy to use anywhere anytime. I love to use mine while controlling my xbox while looking for movies, apps, etc. Just wish It had a better way to controle the curser, you have to get the hang of the controller to controle the curser
Pros: Feels Like A Normal Keybo, Gets The Job Done, Small And Comfortable
Cons: Need A Way To Move Curse, Needs A Wireless Mouse Pa
Excerpt: Girlfriend bought this for me for using with my playstation. works flawlessly from the couch, looks sexy, and setup is a breeze. just plug and play. Small, lightweight, and perfect for an unintended use.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Ps3 Compatibilit, Reliable Performance, Sexy Look
Summary: I have had this keyboard for over a year now and I would buy it again in a heartbeat. The footprint is the smallest I have seen in a hard plastic keyboard without sacrificing comfort. I use it for anything from office work, Design softwares such as Solidworks, AutoCAD & Photoshop.
Pros: 1) It is supper small. 2) The ergonomics is really good with it's arc shape (Hence it's name duh!) 3) Great for everyday use. 4) Good for Design Software (2D/3D/Imaging). 5) Great for gaming (small footprint allow you to place in very comfortable position). 6) great feedback from the keys. 7) ver...
Cons: Very minor things which shouldn't bother you if you are considering this keyboard: 1) the arrow key is a bit touchy if you use soft like excel and move from box to box. Not sure if it's my fingers that too big or if I push too fast. Still not an inconvenience to me. but it might be a pain for arr...