The top F1-F12 buttons also work as media buttons, on the right side of the spacebar you will find a FN button like on laptops that allow you to use the media buttons.
On the left image you can see the FN button that I mentioned, all these buttons can of course be setup the way you want them to be in the software.
I got the North American version of the keyboard so that’s why it might look odd for my European readers.
The bottom is equpped with two feet to raise the keyboard if you like the keyboard to lean a bit while typing. Since this keyboard has a headphone/mic jack and also a USB port you will need to plug all these cables in if you want to use the extra ports, otherwise just one USB cable will be enough for the keyboard to run.
The software is quite basic but still allows you to do a lot of changes. You can assign the keys to do whatever you want, assign short commands, etc. You can also save profiles that you easily swap depending on what you need the profiles for.