I like my keyboard, but it does have its drawbacks. It's incredibly long, snaking down my desk with extra keypads and features and loads of shortcut buttons that I rarely, if ever, use. That's why Brando's little keyboard, called the USB 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Multimedia Tiny Keyboard, is so appealing. It's called "tiny," and small it is, but still suitable for casual typing. It easily lays in your two cupped hands and can be pulled all around the room because it has no cords to restrict it. No wires to get tangled in your coffee cup. It might not be the best tool for writing a full novel, but it's small, portable and handy for taking in and out of meetings or workshops and costs less than $50.