Summary: Since this style of keyboard was released, various similar board have been introduced. Logitech makes two far superior models of wireless touchpad keyboards. Buy those instead.
Pros: I wanted this keyboard for a long time. It's got great features and a great design. I didn't have any problem with connectivity like other reviewers have described. And the touch input is great
Cons: The problem with this keyboard is after 3 months (of very slight use) it would star constantly typing a strange looking character that didn't even appear on the keyboard. It looks almost like a ' So my sentences would l'''o'''o''k ' '''''li'''''k''e' ''' 'th'''i'''s''' then after another 2 or so ...
Pros: At first glance the Rapoo E9080 strikes you as a fine homage to minimalism. There is no extra casing, only the keys and touchpad, which really presents a distinctive look. Even the body of the keyboard has been reduced to height of only 5mm in most areas. It really does look nice.
Cons: However, this style does seem to come at a price. Reliability. I've only used the keyboard for a few hours now, but already their have been instances of the signals from the keyboard and computer getting a bit screwy, leading to, shall we say, less than legible sentences.
Summary: very stylish design, the battery life is amazing (had them few months and still with same set of batteries!) only thing to note is that it is US layout of keyboard overall a great product and would def recommend to others!
Summary: Thought this keyboard would give me the best of both worlds for a new Windows 8.1 machine. The keyboard is very slimline and sleek lokking. Keys feel pretty good. I had to put pads under the keyboard to stop it rocking as I type, which also helped keep it still while being used.
Summary: If you have anything between your computer USB reciever and this keyboard (such as a desk), then the wireless signal will be temperatmental. It is not true that this product has a 10M range. My reciever is 1M from the keyboard.
Summary: Keyboard is quite good, have used it with MacBook Air and a Windows machine, no problem so far with the keyboard. Touch pad is not that great, but just OK. Sometimes single clicks do not register on the touch pad and you need to tap again.