Yes if you have trimmed nails The keyboard isn't perfect. It needs some DIY. You'll have to place paper under the battery cover so the batteries don't move due to vibration. The stabilizer under the keyboard (maybe) too short causing the keyboard to warp/bend as you type. You can easily fix it by placing something under. Took me less than 2 min to fix both and can't really complain for the price. Edit: The keys do feel nice and sturdy and properly spaced hence why I kept it. Also, it doesn't make that cheap plastic noise most flat keyboards do. It sounds similar to laptop keys.