Using this with a laptop and extended desktop, gets the keyboard where you want it without losing a USB socket. Good low-impact keyboard means you can type really fast. Using a wire makes it more reliable than the bluetooth equivalent which is so hit and miss I wish I hadn't bought it. One moan: shift key slightly sticky.
Asthetically it ticks all the right boxes. Its small, solid, easy to use and takes up very little space on the desk. The keys are very easy to type with and produce little fatigue over extended periods of time (Six hours of continuous COD6 should do as a good benchmark!).
There are a few draw backs however... The two inbuilt usb ports are fairly useless. I've got a high spec pc but i still recieve a "low usb power" warning when i plug in a simple usb key. Not to worry though. The only other niggle is that there are some keys which arent present. Delete being a major one! Bringing up the task manager baffled me for a while! However there is a simple key combo: Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Overall this keyboard is brilliant all be it with a few quirks!