Moving between Windows and OS X while working in Google Docs is a bit annoying. It’s not just that program, it’s what I have to do to use the keyboard shortcuts. In OS X, COMMAND-U is the Underline shortcut but in Windows it’s CTRL-U. COMMAND is mapped to be the WINDOWS key in Windows 7 so pressing WINDOWS-U opens up the Ease of Access Center.
On this MacBook Pro, the keys on the left bottom row are FUNCTION, CONTROL, ALT/OPTION, and COMMAND. On my dv4i, a typical Windows layout, it’s CTRL, FUNCTION, WINDOWS, and ALT. That means everything’s in the wrong place which can really mess with your head as you regularly switch back and forth.
I still miss the PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN, HOME, and END keys. Pressing FUNCTION and the appropriate arrow key works but it’s not the same.
The MacBook’s trackpad is silky-smooth and very versatile. The touchpad on my HP is not fun to use after getting used to the MacBook’s.