Pros It looks very nice, the back lighting is great and the font on the keys is cool.
Cons The space bar only works if you if it in the center. I usually space i with my left thumb on the far left edge, so it hardly ever triggers!! I have had to change the way I type with this keyboard, and will be throwing it in the trash very soon!
Summary I dislike this product. It is cheap rubbish dressed up nicely and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Pros slim design, quiet, easy to type on, illuminated keys.
Cons No USB port,
Summary I really like this keyboard. Probably the best keyboard I have owned. The thing that impresses me the most is how it feels when you are typing on it. It's the perfect combination of a laptop keyboard and a desktop keyboard. Unlike my other illuminated keyboard. This one is very bright and easy to read. The price was a little steep but I was able to pick one up on sale for $50 at keyboard-and-mouse.com. I Saved myself about $20. I highly recommend this keyboard to anyone in the market.
Pros Good looking, silent (if you want that), very good keyboard layout, very handy function keys
Cons Does not emit the satisfying "click" the CNET review said it had. No external usb ports.
Summary Just to be clear - the CNET review speaks of a satisfying "click" one should get from this keyboard. It does NOT have that. It is instead a very silent keyboard. I was looking to emulate the keyboard action of my laptops, and from the reviews, thought this would provide that. It doesn't. Not to say this is a bad keyboard. Not at all. It's just not a satisfying feel to type on for my taste. If you are looking for the silent typing some low profile keyboards provide, this will do nicely. If that isn't what you want this is not the keyboard for you. I'm sending mine back.
Pros Excellent keyboard that works well, has a solid construction, and contains 3 levels of backlight brightness.
Cons Aside from the quirky delete key that takes over the insert key (which then replaces scroll lock), the keyboard is incompatible with Dell Vostro desktops due to a BIOS issue. The keyboard does work with the XPS line, as Dell has updated their BIOS.
"A writer's dream"on by fogfire
Pros I love this keyboard for typing. It has large key tops. It has very defined feedback and while being nearly silent. The prefect amount of travel. I thought I wanted a blue black-light, but I love this lighting arrangement.
Cons I would love it of the lighting for the F Keys switched to show which function was active.
I wish it had a USB port for my wireless mouse. And I wish I could have gotten the new Wireless version for the deal I got this one new for.
Summary I hate too much noise and I hate squishy keys. I have typed on some very expensive IBM keyboards and with top quality switches and I like the key travel and feedback better and it is nearly silent.
It doesn't have any game features, and I do miss my volume knob from the Reclusa that I wore out. but that is just a nit. For anyone looking for the most efficient keyboard for writing I think this is it. I have used a dozen keyboards in the last 5-6 years and I am just giddy with house nice this one feels.