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Pros: small size, you are still able to perform home row for fast typing, very portable and 2/3 the size of a normal keyboard on acer iconia w500, did not require any drivers for install on acer iconia w500. works right out of the box, a great keyboard for those who have small hands, no slowness of communication between the keyboard and the device connected; smooth and fast operation.
Cons: keys are a bit stiff and lack confidence to strike a character the first time., tab key is too small, there is no gap whatsoever. It would be a better design for faster data entry if there was a small gap between the keys., not recommended for long periods of homerow typing because you will develop a cramp if you have adult sized hands., only accepts aaa batteries. It would have been nice to support aa batteries for those who travel for extended periods.
Summary: I'm sorry but this has to be the worst keyboard I have ever bought. To start of the installation process is a pain. The comes the lagging... When you move the pointer it takes a few seconds to move on the screen. Returning it to the store tomorrow and getting myself another logitech keyboard.
Summary: It connected easily enough via Bluetooth, but it burned through 3 sets of batteries in 4 days. Lowest quality construction will guarantee that you will be looking for a replacement far too soon. Does come with a cute little velvet carrying bag and wrist strap...just in case you are not embarassed enough that you bought this piece of junk.
Summary: I'm not one to usually write reviews for anything, but i cant contain myself with this little number. Ill keep it short, bad key layout, mouse pad buttons are mediocre, sleep mode is awful, and the price for this?.. The kicker, setting this thing set up drove me to drink, im running windows xp. So if you value your sanity avoid this product!
Summary: This isn't a keyboard for everyone but the other reviews I read don't give it the justice it deserves. I use it exclusively on a Windows Media Center and it works flawlessly. Bluetooth recognician was straighforward and without any problems. Getting used to key placement does take some getting used to but that's little reason to detract from its intended use. Like any Bluetooth keyboard, you have to wait a few seconds for it to ''wake up'' when first starting to type.
Summary: The keyboard itself is of decent quality. The keys are oddly-arranged though ... only one shift key, and the apostrophe key is on the space bar row. If you're a touch-typist, you'll be disappointed. However, if you need keyboard/pointer combination that fits in the smallest space possible, this does the job ok. The trackpad isn't bad on OS X 10.5.6. But I'd suggest other keyboards first.
Summary: this thing is the worst k-borad ever, when I finaly connect this thing and i re-start the comp, my compurer won't reconize it, and then I have to connect it again, plus I have to put some password the get connect. void this thing at all cost.
Summary: do yourself a favor. Do not buy this keyboard. Do me a favor... when you see mee trying to use the one I bought, just kill me. the keyboard itself is of low quality; the bluetooth transmission goes to sleep and is like pulling blueteeth to re-connect. I have not seen a touchpad of this low quality since the technology first came out.