Author: Bob Buskirk
The keyboard that comes with the Alto stand is a full-sized keyboard. So you have all the regular keys as well as a full number pad.
Along the top are 3 rows of shortcut keys, which are activated by holding in the shortcut key at the bottom of the keyboard. The first 4 has search, mail, internet, and music. The second is your multimedia keys so you have back, stop, play / pause, and forward. Next are your navigation keys so you have back, forward, expand, and refresh.
On the bottom of the keyboard below the arrows you have 3 more buttons for audio: volume down, mute, and volume up.
Flipping the keyboard over you will find a spot for the battery and legs to give the keyboard an angle when typing. Geeks.com did not provide the 2 AAA batteries that you need to use the keyboard. Also on the bottom are rubber feet to hold the keyboard in place while typing.