The hot keys, wireless range (even through walls), comfortable design, battery life(I use mine constantly and have only had to replace the batteries once in the year or so that I've owned it) and, interface (couple all this with shortcuts and voila).
1st, if the monitor is in any way in the line of sight of the USB receiver and the keyboard there will most definitely be a break in the signal. 2nd, no users manual PDF anywhere on the net as far as I can tell.
I rarely ever write a review for products on the web because generally I'm under qualified to do so. In the case of this keyboard there's an exception. The pros really tell everything there is to say about this keyboard. My commenting has more to do with the ... Read full review
I rarely ever write a review for products on the web because generally I'm under qualified to do so. In the case of this keyboard there's an exception. The pros really tell everything there is to say about this keyboard. My commenting has more to do with the fact that I kept reading how people were having trouble with this particular keyboard "skipping" on them and therefore telling others to junk 'em. I say stop and think first. If there's an interruption in the signal maybe it's something besides the device itself and perhaps it's a consequence of it's inherent nature getting in the way. It's a wireless device therefore putting it at a higher risk of, ONE: Latency which in the case of keyboards and mice is no longer an issue like it would have been more than a decade ago and, TWO: Interference by another electrical device like a YOUR MONITOR for instance. If the signal is fighting to go THROUGH the mayhem that is IN your monitor and you fail to put the two together you should stick with wires and that'll end it right there, FIXED. And if by chance your one of those that already knew about the interference and still you want to blame the device you'll just keep running into the same problem with some different device later on. Save yourself the trouble and listen. You can have a cheep wireless anything and as long as the device is within range and without any substantial amount of interference IN THE DIRECT LINE OF SIGHT of said device,(i.e. thick walls, large (unshielded) speakers/wires, monitors,...) you can have the world at your fingertips without missing a beat and this is a QUALITY piece of equipment so have a little respect for it or at the very least the people who though it would be nice to have a multi faceted piece of equipment to make life a bit simpler by making it both convenient and practical. SO you can either hate on it or just use it properly and actually enjoy having less clutter while performing all your multimedia tasks (and then some).