If you simply hate the idea of having to do work on a laptop because you're not used to typing on laptops, then the Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard might be for you.
But I can't relate to the laptop haters out there. For me, I just adapt -- especially since I do most of my work on laptops.
And I can understand the need for this if you never work on a laptop except a couple times a year when you have to work in a hotel room for a business trip. It's just faster to work on this kind of keyboard.
I had no problems using it. But it's not a perfect desktop keyboard. A normal desktop keyboard has 104 keys -- this has 99. (The five keys it does not have are Print Screen, Scroll Lock, Pause Break and right side Ctrl and Windows keys.)
See more about the keyboard in the video below, or check out my print review at MiamiHerald.com.