"No CAPS, NUM, or SCROLL LCOK indicators. CRAP!"1.5 starson by monsieurtechnical
Pros: Looks nice (though not out of this world), not much else as I only had it for 2 minutes.
Cons: No CAPS, NUM LOCK, or SCROLL LOCK indicators
Summary: As with any keyboard, you expect there to be the essential function indicators - CAPS, number lock and scroll lock. The associated keys are there but there's nothing to tell whether they're activated or not. If anyone out there (including Microsoft) suggests I install the driver software, it should not be necessary to do that just to have a fully functioning keyboard. That is why it's crap
The design department at Microsoft have incorporated a huge array of OS, media and web related function keys, not to mention the programmable buttons which I would have found very useful. However siting the battery low indicator in the top right doesn't mean it should make the formerly mentioned LED's completely redundant. Unfortunately this is what appears to have happened.
The keys themselves feel quite soft but responsive, and yes, I did rather like the wireless. I didn't get to test out all the features because I only had the keyboard plugged in long enough to boot my OS, login, try typing, and shut down again. The keyboard went straight back to the store.