Boostdb's review is basically my thoughts exactly, with these few additions
+ Full size keyboard (explained below)
+ Simple and beautiful design
- Capacitive keys (explained below)
- Very poor battery life on keyboard (explained below)
First, I focus purely on the keyboard, as I rarely use the mouse (if I can avoid it). Not saying the mouse is bad, just that I don't really use it that much.
This is a proper full size keyboard.
The [Insert], [Delete], [Home], [End], [PgUp] and [PgDn] keys are placed horizontally rather than vertically. Many manufacturers try to save space by breaking the proper layout, and placing these keys vertically.
You have your [Win] (or [Super]) keys on each side of the spacebar, so you don't have to reach for the [Win]/[Super] key combos (shortcuts in Windows and Linux typically). Also you got the [Context] (right-click) key on the right side of the spacebar, which also tends to be removed by manufacturers to save space (forcing you to move you hand from the keyboard to the mouse, if it's not there).
The capacitive keys are broken and causes battery drain.
The sad thing about this keyboard, is that they idea of the capacitive multimedia keys are actually a nice one, if they worked properly. There's a sensor of some sort, that registers when you hold your hand near the capacitive keys, and I think it's broken. Often the capacitive keys just light up and blink, as if something is hovering near them, thereby activating them. Sometimes they even seem to be activated randomly, thereby either launching an application, stopping playback or even starting playback. This in turn causes the built-in vibrator to activate at times, and all that combined tends to not only be annoying, but also drain the battery much quicker than it should.
I've been looking for ways to disable the capacitive keys completely, preferably through software, but haven't found any, yet. Now I'm considering actually taking the keyboard apart and severing the connectors to the capacitive keys, simply to stop their random activation on their own.
If the capacitive keys (or their associated sensor) weren't broken, then this keyboard would have gotten at least 8 or 9 out of 10. As it stands right now, I can't go any higher than 4.