Summary: It's a pretty decent keyboard, but there are just a few too many features missing that make it not worthwhile for me.
Pros: Wireless, quiet keys, lots of utility/auxiliary keys. Seems to work pretty flawlessly wireless-wise (though I did not use the mouse).
Cons: Wrist rest is not very useful. My wrists barely touch it and therefore pretty worthless to me. No volume mute key. No on/off switch. As with most wireless keyboards, no num-lock, caps-lock or scroll-lock LED indicators (though the status will be shown on the screen when such buttons are pressed).
Excerpt: I gave it three stars because the [Fn] key is on the right side of the keyboard as then to use the programmed functions I have to take my right hand off the mouse to activate the blue keys. It should be on the left of the space bar as so not to take my right hand off the mouse...
Pros: Until keys began failing the keyboard worked well and has a great feel.
Cons: For being a Microsoft keyboard with a 3 year warranty it should hopefully last at least 3 years. I've currently switched to a keyboard that has lasted almost 10 years that I pulled from another PC. I've just spent an hour trying to go through Microsoft's help line and store phone numbers and fina...
Excerpt: I want to love this keyboard, the keys are nice and soft compared to standard large plastic keys on the keyboards you get from Dell with their desktops, but there are 3 major flaws with this keyboard that don't work for me or our work environment.
Excerpt: Two things that I find immediately annoying. 1. The Function Keys are way TOO SMALL. At work I have to use F2 and F7 often and coupled with the glare on them makes using them more difficult. 2. The fact that there is NO Caps Lock indicator is mind boggling, that MS didn't include that feature.