Summary: Small keyboard that only feels slightly cramped. Usually it feels like a full size keyboard. I love the key action on this keyboard better than any I have ever used. Wish it had a numberpad, but then it would be bigger and I wouldn't like that. And some sort of unifying software for the remote dongle would be awesome.
Microsoft Arc keyboard is light weight, comfortable and easy to use.
12 February 2014
Summary: Nice design, it is very comfortable to use with good decent feedback. I had no issues with single directional key for my use. Great connection, even from a distance. My only gripe would the glossy plastic, why was this not painted matte???
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. my only regret is that it is not rechargeable, but since it only requires 2x aaa batteries, that is kind of a moot point.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Ps3 Compatibilit, Reliable Performance, Sexy Look
Nice keyboard, but you'll need the driver and batteries before using
30 December 2012
Summary: This is a nice keyboard, although it takes a little getting used to. I'm using it with my laptop. The buyer should be aware that it doesn't come with batteries (it uses two AAA's) or software. You'll have to download the driver from Microsoft. I had to install the driver and move the transceiver to a different USB port than the one I originally used to get this keyboard to work. But since then, it's been behaving fine.