Summary: Bought this with a wireless mouse to lose some clutter from my work station , leads and wires etc. Some times found them to be slow and unresponsive , possibly due to the amount of other wireless traffic , iPads iPod , printers , laptops in the area , eventually lost the will to live and reverted to wired. Having said that they are beautifully made!
Summary: It's hard to get excited about this product as it is only a keyboard. I only got this one because I was pushed for space on my desk. I would have preferred a larger one as there is so much more choice. I like the shape of this one and it is ideal for the space I have on my desk. Regarding it's wifi capabilities, you have to place the dongle quite close to the keyboard, and I mean close.
Summary: Clever design, but too clever by half - it's awkward to type on. It now sits unused in a drawer, and I type on the laptop keyboard. What's the point of a keyboard that looks great but isn't very usable?
Conclusion: Its all looks and little performance and that’s as close a discription as one can get to describing the Microsoft Arc wireless keyboard. First thing that strikes you is the absence of the num pad which is a big blow in itself. The wireless range of the keyboard islimited and thus you have to be near the transreciever and the space bar too is unresponsive and thus you have to get inthe habit of pressing it harder than most keyboards.
Summary: This is a neat little unit and looks great but it is too small if you are using a keyboard a lot. The lack of the arrow keys is a bit annoying (it's all done on one key which moves 4 ways). The size end to end is 12 inches.
Summary: Based on ownership approaching 1 year : Pros - style, build quality, freedom, compact, nice tactile feel to the keys. Cons - batteries need changing every 3-6 months and it does very occasionally crash requiring a battery pull, volume keys have lag before they change, I've never been able to type as fast as I could on a standard keyboard, no number keypad makes input telephone numbers more time consuming.
Summary: So I purchased this keyboard based on the amazing reviews. However if you are used to a regular keyboard it will be a longer learning curve to adjust to this one. I'm not sure if its only because of the curvature that I cannot type really well. I type faster and more fluent on a regular rectangular keyboard. However I keep missing letters between words using this one.
Summary: This is a very nicely designed and built keyboard. The quality of it is obvious as soon as you handle it but beware. If you have big or even medium size hands this is not the keyboard for you. It's very hard to judge the size from the pictures but it's very small - about the size of a micro-keyboard. If you're used to a full-size keyboard this one may frustrate you.
Very good small keyboard (apple keyboard for windows)
13 June 2011
Summary: Basically I wanted an apple wireless keyboard equivalent for windows 7.... This keyboard is very nice to type on so I will just sum up my pros and cons for the keyboard: Pros: - Keys are very nice to type on, decent feedback (not noisy though). - Takes only 2 aaa batteries. The batteries included have lasted for 2 months now on pretty much every day use and still going. - Very Light, Small Receiver.