Rated 3.8 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Books4u2 Ergonomic Keyboard with Touchpad All ergonomic keyboards are a bit bulky - this keyboard is no exception. However the full-sized plus touchpad is very useable. The number keypad/9-key is full sized and useful. Additionally there are decent multi-function keys across the top edge - volume, mute, etc.This keyboard truly is a plug&play device for both my Windows XP laptop and my Mepis Linux laptop. The additional feature keys don't work in Linux, but that is no hardship.The touch-pad is well-equipped with scroll bars and browser back & next spots on the touch-pad that work well. It's also very sensitive & speedy.All in all, this keyboard gets the job done. My only real complaint is that the keyboard is not as curved as my last Microsoft ergonomic keyboard without a touch-pad was. This keyboard has a more angular shape to the convex shape. It still gets the job done, though. 07/28/2010
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Poohbear58pp I absolutely love this keyboard. This keyboard is wonderful. I had carpal tunnel surgery years ago and I cannot use a regular mouse without my hand swelling, this keyboard with the built-in mousepad is GREAT, I have had no problems with it and recommend it to anyone. The keyboard is great also, very comfortable to my hands and wrists. A great keyboard/mousepad at a fabulous price!! 09/29/2011
Rated 5 out of 5★ by TheTXAggieLady Great keyboard - But Walmart's description caused I bought this keyboard to replace an adesso that had lasted 10+ years. I love this keyboard.My problem is with Walmarts web site. I needed a USB keyboard and when I searched their web site with USB, it directed me to a PS2 keyboard. When it arrived I realized the mistake.Walmart needs to put this in BIG Letters at the top of their descriptions.I re ordered, sent the worng unit back and now things are straightened out. 02/07/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by Sable77 It didn't work out of the box. I received one that was dead on arrival, so I can't comment on its features or how it is to use it because I didn't get the chance. However, for me that turned out to be a good thing. It gave me the chance to realize how much I really wanted a keyboard with the scissor-switch keys laptops have instead of the big jiggly keys you have to press down so far. Much less hand effort. So I found another keyboard with those keys (WM has several), added a standalone touchpad, and am putting them on an adjustable typing platform. 06/15/2012