Summary: WHAT FUN WHAT FUN! i am having with my KEYBOARD THIS keyboard has it all i just love the Trackingball and the Wireless Option and i got around it not being a Bluetooth, just used Adapters to connect to my Bluetooth Devices, Wow what Fun!
Summary: I used this keyboard with my home theater PC for almost 2 years. Unfortunately, this keyboard has a very poor range. I decided to replace it with the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 with Built-In Multi-Touch Touchpad (920-003070.
Summary: I have been using an older Adesso version of this that looks identical, except this version from Adesso or SIIG is about 25% smaller in size. Smaller means all the buttons are crowded a bit more. The Adesso had a laptop sized keyboard, this is smalleer. As this is for my wife I don't think she'll mind. The older version runs on four AA. Using NImH it lasts about a month. I do not know how this one on two AA will last.
Shipping was fast. Works as advertised. Cheap construction.
J.M. "Goldeneye", Amazon
20 December 2012
Summary: I got two of these. One at home for a multiroom HTPC setup (one computer two TVs in different rooms so I can walk from one room to the next using the same remote) and one at work for a console for instrument control. The range is ok considering that the HTPC setup both rooms are not adjacent and the walls in between are double brick with foil flashed insulation. The construction feels cheap. The media buttons get stuck sometimes. But for the price you cannot beat them.
Finally, one I haven't chucked. Wish it was backlit.
Andrew Diamond "psoriasis", Amazon
16 December 2012
Summary: This is my 4th wireless keyboard. It works great. I'd all but given up hope. I'd easily pay $50 more for backlighting. This is the first one where the keyboard layout, the key press quality, and the pointing device, the trackball, is good. I've had an hp and gear head wireless keyboards. I threw out both of them.
Summary: I love this keyboard now that I've modified it a bit. I added wire length to the receiver and keyboard antennas. For the receiver, you have to crack open the USB dongle. This is not as hard as it sounds, but does require some force. Once the dongle is open, you'll see a jagged golden line drawn on the circuit board. This is the RF antenna. I used black wire glue to stick on a piece of speaker wire.