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Pros: Perfect layout for me. Even better layout for me than the real laptop (larger esc key, not above f1).
Cons: They keys are stiffer than the real laptop keyboards. I think my fingers have adjusted over time, but it was a little uncomfortable early on.
Was not able to configure the trackpoint to move as fast as I wanted.
Other Thoughts: The trackpoint drifts, but they always do.
Considering the opportunity for some redesign, I would have enjoyed larger arrow keys. Not all apps can be configured to use vim key bindings, so arrows get used.
This review is from: AZiO BTD-V201 USB 2.0 Micro Bluetooth Adapter
Pros: After reluctantly installing the Toshiba stack, it works flawlessly. I really only use the hands free profile, with my plantronics voyager, so it may not be a very comprehensive test. My phone does DUN as well, and the toshiba software seemed to handle that well, although I don't really exercise it.
Cons: A lot of the reviews suggested that this would work out of the box with Windows 7. It does so, only marginally. The hardware installs fine, and I was able to pair with the headset profile only. Even that worked pretty poorly. Powering down the headset and powering up again wouldn't automatically pair again. Quirky audio quality. It may just be windows to blame for poor native bluetooth support.
I don't like installing lots of extra software, but this was worth it.
Other Thoughts: If you look closely at the specs, it doesn't officially support windows 7.
There appears to be a newer adapter, the AZiO BTD211 , that explicitly reports win7 compatibility, and the few reviews so far seem to confirm that. If you want to use an adapter without additional software, you may want to consider that model