4.8 stars ;)
I bought this to fit into a computer desk designed by someone who never owned a computer. The keyboard tray is too narrow for a keyboard and mouse, and the main desk is too high to comfortably use a mouse but well done for a flat panel. This is a small keyboard and after a few minutes of getting used to the almost notebook like feel, it is really nice. If it had some little feet to prop up the top it would be perfect. I accept the design was for mobile use, but how hard would it have been? Some web reviews complain about the sensitivity of the...space bar. I find none of that. Getting used to the Dhat arrow keys is a bit of practice but it comes with use - just misses greatness but still a fine product. As a keyboard, very happy. Caveat. I am a touch typist and do not use a numeric pad often, and am very comfy using the primary numeric keys. Size, good tactile touch, quality feel. Missing feet to adjust the slant
Small Stylish Keyboard
I used to carry a full wireless keyboard with me as a mobile worker.
Now that I have one of these (I bought this about a year ago), I can compare and say that this was the best keyboard purchase I have made.
Although it does not have the numeric keypad on the right side, this little thing does the job. I have been touch typing since a teenager, so I'm quite used to using the numbers on the top of the keyboard.
I found that this keys have a nice touch when you press down on them - they have a nice soft feel. The space bar, shift and backs...pace has it's own sharp sound. The up, down, left and right arrows have been replaced by a single 'D-Pad' style button. It takes time to get used to - but once you have the hang of it, pressing the button becomes second nature. This keyboard uses 2x AAA batteries which is still working the past six months (I use this keyboard everyday). The USB dongle is very small and can be placed under the keyboard's magnetic compartment slot.
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