This keyboard is very similar to the Adesso AKB-410UB, but the sharp edges underneath make it surprisingly uncomfortable if you use it on your lap. One of the things it has that the Adesso does not is internet buttons, yet its touchpad has no scrolling area which the Adesso does have so actually the Adesso is more friendly for internet use. Until recently, Adesso's keyboard used a Cirque touchpad which utilized Cirque's GlidePoint driver which allows you to adjust both the cursor speed AND cursor acceleration, and that allows the user to adjust it so a quick drag of about an inch on the touchpad moves the cursor completely across the screen, yet when moving just a bit, you still have precision. But Adesso is now using a lesser touchpad that relies on the Windows mouse driver and is not nearly as efficient. I bought the Gear Head keyboard hoping it would have some way to efficiently move the cursor but it did not. The price on the Adesso varies greatly depending on where you find it, but generally the Gear Head would be $10, $20 or $30 cheaper, but I found I did not want it without the ability to scroll in documents and online using the touchpad rather than clicking on scroll bars. I talked with Gear Head Customer Service and had no trouble getting hold of them and the tech I talked with spoke accent free English, was very nice, and very knowledgeable. On the plus side, the Gear Head and Adesso have the same key pad, obviously made by the same manufacturer, and one thing I like about it is having both a delete key and a backspace key. The delete is down by the arrow keys, which takes some getting used to, but once one is used to it, it is nice because so often, one uses the arrow keys to position the cursor for a deletion, and once that is done, the delete key is right there. The Control key is the second key in on the left bottom row, with the Function key on the far left. The mini keyboard I had before this had those keys reversed and I far preferred that but I have gotten used to it being the 2nd key now so one adjusts. I was hoping the Gear Head would be what I was looking for because I liked the idea of having volume buttons on the keyboard for easy volume adjustment when watching videos, far easier than tracking down an icon and clicking on it then trying to use the cursor to move a slide adjustment. I returned the Gear Head and as usual, Walmart was great with accepting the return. I bought it online with free shipping by me picking it up at my local store.