Not quite as good as I was hoping. Reboot your PC and it's 50/50 for if the keyboard will be recognised in time. The backlighting is tolerable, but the 'sleep' function backlight patterns are presumably designed with the young in mind (no disrespect meant to the young ;) The utility to program the thing is a design disaster but thankfully does seem to mostly work assigning functions to keys, and while I have yet to try the board with a non Windows machine, I'm honestly not expecting a happy ending when I finally do. It apparently has a 32-bit processor on-board. What exactly a keyboard needs a 32-bit processor for I have yet to determine.
It's sold as a gaming keyboard (but this was not the reason I bought it) and now having actually tried to use it for the purpose for which it was designed, I find it cannot even do that properly.…more