For the price, I thought I was buying a high-end, quiet, compact keyboard. It is indeed compact, and while I do have some positive things to say about it, the key point is that this keyboard is not good for typing or mousing.
The keys are mushy. I've heard this said in reviews of other products before, but I've never known quite what it meant, until now. Essentially, there is an amount of travel and rock to the key press that makes it feel a little loose. It doesn't spring back quite right after you press the key down, in the end slowing down typing speed and accuracy.
Once in a while, it lags and I type seven-ten words with no apparent on-screen response. Then, all of a sudden, it catches up instantly. Not a big deal, but fishy. (note I am using the usb receiver, not bluetooth support)
The touch pad is excellent but too small and marred by terrible buttons. The left click button has a lot of rock to it, and on mine, it sits a little lower than the left click button. You have to use quite a bit of force, pretty close to the center of the button to get it to register a click. However, the gestures and tap-to-click work well. This touch surface part of this mouse is one of the best I've used on Windows.
My last complaint: It has no tilt to it and no way to raise it up. It lays flat on the desk, which makes it difficult to type. I think I would adjust to this.
Now the good: The rechargeable battery is great. The backlight is great. I love that it can be bluetooth or usb based. Foremost, the Logitech "Options" software is great. Very easy to use. My first response after using it was, "Is that it? Certainly there has to be more steps than this?"
It may not be clear from Best Buy's website, but Logitech markets this product for TV and home theater scenarios. Maybe in that case, it would be a better keyboard. For desktop, it is not worth the price I paid.
That said, I will still consider a logitech keyboard and/or touchpad. As amatter of fact, I am going to see if they have a higher end touchpad to replace this one.