Excerpt: My low rating is perhaps unfair to the product. I didn't scroll down on the page when I ordered this item to see the specs re the width of the keyboard. It was way too small--including & especially the keys themselves--for my grownup hands. It would probably be great for someone with really slender fingers or a child. I'm giving it 3 stars because I feel like the problem was me and not the product.
Summary: This keyboard is perfect for my samsung slate series 7. It is small and functional and a great addition to my windows tablet when I'm all about writing :) -And yes, the mouse pad works as it is supposed to!
Summary: I use this keyboard on a lap desk while sitting in my easy chair. It is perfect for that purpose. Yes, it is small, but it works very well. It is a little smaller than the keyboard on my 10" netbook but it still works fine with my large hands. The touchpad is very useful and performs various touch commands flawlessly. The keyboard is very quiet, too. My only complaint is the mouse buttons and their placement and the buttons themselves.
Summary: This thing is tiny. It's pretty tough to do touch typing on it as the keys are very small and close together. But it's absolutely perfect for my needs - I use it as a keyboard for a Linux server machine when I need to log in directly to the console instead of using ssh or a remote desktop. I don't need to do this often, so I didn't want to invest in a KVM switch to share with my main desktop machine, since KVM's are often temperamental.
Summary: This is not an item that the average person would probably have any real use for, but for some purposes it's indispensable. In my situation I have to support touchscreen PC's that don't have a keyboard or mouse attached, and there are times when a keyboard and mouse are necessary. Rather than carrying around a full sized keyboard and a mouse, and not having a place to set either of them down while using the other (and how do you use a mouse against cinderblock walls if...