Summary: I have the black one. Within a week of ownership, one of the keys popped off from taking it in and out of its neoprene case, and I can't find it anywhere. I like the size because I use it mostly for keyboard shortcuts, and it helps that I have small hands. It still works well enough with my android devices, but it doesn't work well at all with my Surface Pro 3. It pairs with the SP3 but then behaves as though a key is stuck when I try to use it.
Solid product. Mouse is comfortable. Keyboard layout is good.
5 January 2014
Summary: PRO: The key layout is what I am used to with full size backspace and shift keys. The size is small enough to fit in my laptop backpack. The mouse is comfortable and shaped well so my hand can fully rest on it. CON: The lack of an on/off switch on the keyboard is an issue for me since I carry it in my backpack. I often have to reset the keyboard by removing the battery. By default, the Num Lock is on when the laptop power which is a known issue.
Summary: Wanted to post this in case someone else had this happen--namely, after phasing it in, none of the keys worked on it. Nothing in the instructions mentions this, but, on the Verbatim site, they tell you that there's a sneaky little “Connect Channel” button on the bottom of the keyboard that activates it. After pushing that, it works like a charm. This is a good wireless multimedia keyboard with keys that you can feel (and hear) yourself tapping, and it looks good.