Summary: Nice little keyboard that compactly folds and the story ends there. You cannot use it with your windows 7 or vista and the Targus site does not even mention any drivers for the device. Another piece of plastic and few pounds down to the dumps!
Summary: Had hopes this would be my answer but my laptop running Win 7 did not recognize the keyboard. Came to the Targus site hoping to find a driver and ended up here. Just another piece of plastic to clutter the room
Summary: Pretty sure it was around 29 dollars when I purchased it...
Pros: One of the smallest wired models I've seen, and the way that it folds niclely in half and locks securely closed for quick on the go use is unbeatable. Keys feel nice and are very responsive. Takes a number of hours to become efficient, but that is to be expected and is not really a con. Of the se...
Cons: None really, some keys are fairly small, and the split space bar takes getting used to, but as mentioned above, with some time on this awesome little keyboard and you'll be typing to speed in no time.
Summary: Why buy it? Because I run Linux (Mint) (& dual boot to Xp). Linux causes the cursor to jump about (transpose) in email composition, using the netbook keyboard. So I had to buy it & yes, no more issue with garbled composition. I was temped to just use Xp for email, & not buy this keybrd.
Pros: folded is only about 8"; lighter weight than full sized board, smaller than the keybrd on my Asus EEpc netbook. Costly if u don't need it, re. value, but not much else available to compete with the small size feature. Worked as advertised.
Cons: no manual included, no manual to access online from Targus. I didn't see the tiny slide "key" to open it up, so don't just pry it open to ruin it. Manual would've helped.