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Pros: None really
Cons: The dock is supposed to accommodate the Otterbox case which it does, however, the case has a usb cover so inserting the phone on the dock is next to impossible unless you cut the cover off, which I did. Now the phone will dock but you have to fight with it to get it to plug in into the port. Additionally, the phone is hard to undock. You have to hold it down and then pull the phone off otherwise the dock pulls off the table. I guess you could use adhesive strips to hold it down to the table. I find it much easier to just insert the power by hand.
Other Thoughts: I'll ask newegg for a refund.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks are King. This keyboard looks great on my desktop and has a small footprint. I am proud to show it off. Moreover the weight is just right, so it doesn't slide around. It has 3 height adjustments which enables you to set the height to your preference. The keys have excellent tactile response and very easy to press It is a joy to type on. The addition of the multimedia keys is a great feature. Instead of having to use the ALT+Home key to go Home I now use the Home key on the multimedia row. Cool! Oh yea, the USB ports on either side are a nice feature as well. I hope this keyboard lasts for several years, unlike my Hipper keyboard which got sticky keys after 6 mths. So far (two weeks) is a great keyboaed
Cons: I only have on hand [left] to type with. My right hand is not functional. I use the Home, End, Page up and Page Down keys all the time for video editing, web design etc. These keys are linked to the Fn Key. This is very annoying to say the least. Any time I need to to use them I have to us the Fn key in conjunction with them. For example, I am using this keyboard to type this review. If I want to go to the End or Front of a line of text I have to use the Fn+End or Fn+Home key [why did Enermax do this]. There are two blank key spots on this keyboard, one above the Home key the other above the End key. I my opinion Enermax should have filled these blank spots with the Home/End keys. Additionally, the led lights are to bright for me. Not a big deal but worth mentioning.
Other Thoughts: I bought this keyboard because as a one handed user I don't use the number pad. I use the number row on top. If I wanted or needed a num pad I would have bought a left handed keyboard. There is no logical reason to have an embedded num pad on a mini keyboard. Enermax could have done away with the Fn key and put the delete key there instead. The Enter key is double sized, WHY?. This takes up space where they could have placed other keys, like the "END" and "HOME" keys. I like the placement of the "/" "\" keys next to each other unlike the, works for me. All in all a very nice keyboard, but I wouldn't want to pay 65.00 dollars for it, but with the rebate offered here its a good buyREAD FULL REVIEW