From Logitech’s G-branded keyboards, to the Das Keyboard, to Razer Gaming options, there are more than a few “best computer keyboards” you can use for everything you need a keyboard for. But when it comes to the most iconic keyboards, there are few options than can compete with Microsoft’s split ergonomic keyboard–except the IBM ThinkPad TrackPoint with the little red nub that was built into laptops for ages. You can bring that same clickety-clackety with little red nub trackball experience home with the new Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II wireless Bluetooth keyboard. The best way to think about this wireless Bluetooth keyboard–there’s one of those tiny “Nano USB Dongles included in case the device you’re connecting it to doesn’t have native BT–is the IBM ThinkPad keyboard experience complete with responsive keys and trackball experience in a separate, portable keyboard experience you can bring with you everywhere. Sure, it’s technically Lenovo and not IBM now, but that doesn’t change the excellence of being able to use a small keyboard / mouse keyboard wherever you are.