Summary: When working at a clients office, two people cannot use the wireless mouse. If one person is entering something it is picked up on the other person computer. Targums answer to this problem was to sit farther apart.
If you don't have a numeric keypad this thing is great!
11 October 2013
Summary: If you ever have to input large amounts of numbers and don't have a numeric keypad this thing is great. Like the idea that it is wireless. Contains most of the keys you will ever need. Only thing that would make it better would be "arrow" keys. We only use it once a week but it makes that chore a lot simpler.
Summary: I am a teacher and need to be able to enter grades in an electronic gradebook. With this, I can run down an entire column of numbers much faster than using the laptop's number row. I have had no problem with the wireless feature--the numbers are easily read no matter which side of the laptop I have the keypad placed on. The keys have a nice firm feel so that I can tell when I have struck them, but not so firm as to make it hard to key.
Summary: I ordered this for my office manager as she was complaining of not having a number pad on her laptop and enters all of our invoices and payments into QuickBooks. It worked well as a substitute -- range was good for normal desk work. Nothing more to say -- its a wireless number pad and functions well as such.
Summary: The "wireless" capability of this 10 key pad is nice and works well, but a short drop off my desk cracked the plastic casing, making it much more difficult to use. Also had a battery corrode inside, but that could have been a bad battery.
Summary: Not fancy, but if you want a ten key pad for your laptop, it works & is inexpensive. The USB plug is a bit large, but mine came with a USB extension that allows it to be seperated by a few inches, which makes for plenty of room.