Mouse Included: touchpad Mouse Interface: PS/2 Buttons: 2 Palm Rest: Integrated Normal Keys: 88 Operating System Supported: Windows 98/ ME/ 2000/ XP/ Vista Windows Vista: Certified for Windows Vista Features: Integrated touchpad takes the place of your mouse. Two-button for true mouse performance. Easy to use, glide your finger over the touchpad. Small and lightweight -- fits anywhere -- extremely portable. Includes embedded numeric keypad and 12 function keys. Low-profile tactile keys for quieter typing. Membrane key switches provide longer life. Lighted LEDs for Num, Caps, and Scroll Lock
Built-in Glidepoint Touchpad with 4 way scrolling (Up/Down/Left/Right) Two-button for true mouse performance Embedded numeric keypad Small, lightweight, and extremely portable LED lights for Num Lock, Scroll Lock, and Caps Lock High quality membrane keys with laptop feel Built-in wrist rest The ACK-540 Mini-Touch Keyboard provides an 88-key layout with an embedded numeric keypad, 12 dedicated function keys and built-in touchpad technology, in a small compact size. The keyboard's touchpad offers precise cursor control and left and right mouse buttons, eliminating the need for a mouse. The keyboard's integrated touchpad is conveniently located in a central position on the built-in wrist rest for additional comfort and minimal wrist strain. The keyboard is also compact and portable, so you can take with you just about anywhere.
I wouldn't disagree with what other reviewers have said. The keys are clicky, but no big deal to me. The touch pad buttons are a bit low, but I'm managing. The auxiliary keys are quite small. All of that said, this is working well for me. I needed a very small keyboard to fit in a small space (with no room for a mouse) that I use in a home office area with my laptop. If you have space for a large keyboard AND mouse, I'm not sure why you'd want to use a small keyboa..
We bought this to replace a full size ergonomic keyboard from another manufacturer. I like the full sized combined ergonomic touchpad keyboards and the left touchpad input button went bad.We originally paid about $30 for the last full size one. Now they retail for about $80 before shipping. So much for tech getting cheaper.This was an emergency purchase and we bought it because we needed it yesterday and it was the cheapest touchpad keyboard replacement. We als..