Summary: I'm using this in a bit of a different manner. I needed additional macro keys when using a Cintiq display. The Cintiq display sits on the edge of my desk and makes using a keyboard difficult, so I needed an alternative. I mounted this keypad to a phone armband and setup this pad to provide macro functions for the various applications that I run. The keys are a bit chicklet'y, but I can understand this was likely done to keep the size down.
Summary: I use this for my laptop. It works alright, but not great. Pro: Ten key! Angled down for comfort and vision Has a tab button Easy installation - plug and play Con: the USB is HUGE and gets in the way unless the unit is very close to the USB it will easily skip pressed numbers - which can be a big deal There seem to be very few selections for a device like this so i'm happy to have it. I can even handle the large USB, but I really wish it were more reliable.
Summary: This product is close to being a good to great product, but it unfortunately has several problems. Pros: 1. It works straight out of the box. Cons: 1. It is cheaply made in both appearance and function. Worst part being that it wiggles and wobbles when you push buttons. 2. The max wireless distance is about 4-5 feet. No where close to the 33 feet stated as max. 3. The addition key should be doubled in size. 4. It would be nice if it had a clear key. 4.
Summary: This numeric pad works well. I have not has any trouble with having to put the USB on the opposite side from the pad. It has worked fine on my MacPro. Does what it is suppose to and I would definitely recommend it.
Summary: This looks nice and sleek, but you need a lot of force to press the keys. My fingers are tired from using this for just one day, and I used this only a few times. I hope they will get loose over time, but if I could try how the keys feel when you press them before I bought this product, I would not have bought it.