The Periboard-708 is not a full-sized keyboard, and it does not have a number pad. It actually uses laptop keys, which I actually prefer over normal keyboard keys. It is very thin which makes it easy to store or take with you.
Below the keyboard is of course the touchpad. The entire unit looks a lot like the bottom half of a notebook. On either side of the touchpad you have a wrist rest. Of course with the touchpad you have left and right mouse buttons.
This would not be a keyboard for a HTPC system without some hot keys. At the top of the keyboard there are 2 sets of hot keys. You have Home, Search, Favorites, E-mail, Volume Up, Volume Down, Stop, and Play/Pause.
Flipping the keyboard over there are 2 large rubber feet at the bottom and 2 arms that come out at the top that will lift the keyboard off the ground. Also on the back you will find the USB receiver. It is nicely stored in a slot in the back of the keyboard. This also makes it easy to travel with the Periboard-708 because you don’t have to worry about losing the USB receiver. Right above it is the battery compartment.