This is a well-made keyboard at a great price. Sturdy and with what I wanted most, a feel like that of Apple's far more expensive BT keyboards. I also like the fact that it uses two AAA batteries rather than a built-in battery pack. You can always replace AAA batteries. If a built-in pack goes, your keyboard become worthless.
There is only one hitch. For some reason, the keyboard's delete key isn't like every other keyboard I've owned. The large key in the upper-right labeled "delete" only deletes the character under the cursor (technically forward of it). On most keyboards, it does what users need to do most often, which is to delete the character they just typed. To do that on this Targus keyboard, you must use the small key above the delete key that is labeled "backspace."
Reading the Wikipedia article on "Backspace," I suspect that whoever designed this keyboard followed some official spec rather than going with the common practice. Google and you'll find numerous discussions of the topic.
If you can adjust to that (or perhaps use software to flip the meaning of the two keys), this keyboard is a great deal.