Summary: The mouse isn’t good for gaming, the angled keyboard is awful for typing, and for media playback you’d do much better with a slimmer wireless media keyboard with a built-in trackpad or ball, which are available for significantly less than the Lapboard’s $140 asking price. Edit: This review erroneously described the Phantom Lapboard as costing $140.
Pros: Keyboard spins 180 degrees to accommodate lefties; a real mouse and keyboard on your lap.
Summary: We get such a variety of hardware to review that it is difficult to get excited about something as mundane as a keyboard and mouse combination -- that was until the Phantom lapboard appeared in our offices. Like myself, many enthusiast users love technology to make our lives easier and the Phantom Lapboard has been designed from the ground up to offer the ultimate platform when you need to completely control your PC from the comforts of your sofa.
Conclusion: and the Phantom Lapboard has been designed from the ground up to offer the ultimate platform when you need to completely control your PC from the comforts of your sofa. It is also a bonus it does the job while exuding an appearance of class and sophisication which seemingly even appeals to women in the vicinity (a feat in itself).The build quality of the keyboard is absolutely fantastic with strong mechanisms holding the board in place as it spins across the 360 degree...