The keyboard half of the Timber Wolf is no different from a regular keyboard except for a few minor key placements. The number pad that is usually on the left has been removed completely. The Home/PgUp/PgDn/End/Ins/Del cluster has been whipped around the right edge of the keyboard. The Ins/Del keys are right by the arrow keys. This takes a bit of time to adjust to. On the back of the keyboard there are rubber feet to prevent slipping while gaming and to prevent scratching the table surface. There are also plastic tabs to elevate the keyboard if needed. The LEDs for Num/Caps/Scroll Locks are very visible, but not bright enough to be annoying or irritating, even when you look straight down at them.
The Wolf King comes with a USB connection. Once plugged in, it becomes recognized as a HID, or Human Interface Device by Windows XP. The eight (8) internet hotkeys at the top of the keyboard are recognized instantly, there is no need for any additional drivers to fully utilize this keyboard. One of the main goals of the Timber Wolf keyboard is to incorporate the circular FPS half while maintaining the same overall size of a standard keyboard. As you can see, when compared to a standard Logitech keyboard, the Timber Wolf is only slightly longer.