Microsoft Arc Wireless Keyboard is indeed portable, light weight and priced right for its functionality. The nano receiver can be tucked in on the bottom of the keyboard which it's easier to transport if needed. (Travel protective cover is included) For various reasons, I do not like the glossy finish of the keyboard. It attracts fingerprint like a magnet and it also get scratched easily. The range is decent, I used it on my HTPC setup and it can be used at around 10 feet range and still perform like a champ. I have a big problem about the placement of the arrow key and no page up&down keys. The design team came up with the solution of using the arrow key on the keyboard, it works, but in my opinion, it's too small and a bit clunky to navigate with. I'm also questioning its durability. The first keyboard I received had some of the keys malfunctioning. The 2nd pair works fine so far. Overall, I would recommend this keyboard, but you do have to understand it has its limitations.