So, I saw one of these at my local Aldi last month for $15. I didn't buy it at the time but when I went in today I saw they had been clearance priced to $8. I saw purple, white and black models left, got the last black one. So... it's a durable printed keyboard circuit in a thick flexible rubber housing, replacing the plastic keyboard casing. USB with a PS/2 adaptor and small instruction manual. Plug & Play design. Virtually noiseless when typing(seriously, my current keyboard sounds like a creaking pirate ship when I type). How does it work? I'm too lazy to go messing with the cables in back of my PC right now but I did plug it into the Wii and typed in the memo board. Keys are responsive, LED lights work, works as well as any normal keyboard does. It's stated to be PC XP/Vista compatible only thought he fact I can sue it on the Wii probably means it'll work on a Mac too. You just won't be able to use the extra row of multimedia buttons at the top. I am semi-tempted to pick up a spare one of these tomorrow while I can still get one cheap and keep it put up.