Cons: First one had several unresponsive keys. RMA done. Replacement requires a funtion key held down to type letters instead of numbers that are overlayed to shrink keyboard size. I'm not sure this in by design or error, but at this point I think it'll do for its purspose as a media center control.
Summary: Definitely a great buy for a HTPC, recently bought a smart TV so I converted my HTPC into a Steam Box. It has been perfect for indie games. It's a good buy!
Pros: -Perfect for a HTPC -The RF has a good range. -Small and doesn't get in the way, you get a mouse also which is a big plus. -Definitely price is a pro -nice quick launch buttons -plug n play
Cons: -It's a little hard to get used to typing on this after using a full size keyboard but I'm not going to dock an egg for user error. -At first it felt like a laptop keyboard but after a while it broke in and is working great.
Summary: My daughter dropped the keyboard on our tile floor and the spacebar came off. That key has had problems since I snapped it back on, but all the keys are a little stiff. Take a look at what you are paying for this product and what do you expect to get out of it. For low to medium use per day, this thing works great. I wouldn't recommend using it if you are a novelist.
Pros: This set had a good connection for me as long as the batteries were in decent shape. Battery life is pretty darn good, I can't remember the last time I changed the batteries on the keyboard out. This has worked well for me for the last 2-3 years.
Cons: Low battery light on keyboard never worked Part of the finish on the keyboard was never apparently applied as some of it was gloss black and other parts were matte with no rhyme or reason to it.
Summary: As long as they hold up to use it seems like a solid deal.
Pros: Was very simple to install and was exactly what I needed. The mouse and keyboard have a nice ergonomic feel and take up very little desk space. It is also very convenient that they both use the 1 nano usb receiver. The build quality seems sturdy.
Cons: No backlight, but what can u expect for $19.
Pros: I wanted a small, wireless keyboard and this one really fits the bill! I didn't hook up the mouse, because I don't need it. The keys have a nice, solid feel.
Cons: The key layout will take some getting used to. There is not an insert key. Instead, there is a key on the bottom row to the right of the space bar that pops up a little menu - cut, copy, insert or delete. Since I use CTRL/Insert and Shift/Insert to copy and paste, this will be the biggest problem for me. Oh, I don't touch type. It would surely be harder for a touch typest to get used to the layout. The number lock converts keys on the right side of the keyboard into n...
Summary: Im giving it 5 stars for an average of 3 between my two reviews although il still be returning it and wouldnt recommend it to anyone.
Pros: I realized their was numbers above letters and a num lock key in the corner so i lowered my tech level to average. I plugged the keyboard and mouse back in the day i was gonna send it back and it worked fron across the room. (?_?)
Cons: their was a chunk of plastic broken from the corner of the keyboard out of the box. the layout of the keyboard is awkward. I personally dont like the smaller space bar made just to add an extra home key and ctrl on each side. The mouse doesnt have the best tracking and just isnt very comfortable, (smaller than a logitech m305). Aslo has a cheap feel to it especially the wheel.
Cons: 30ft range? oh yeah?....... how about less than 2 feet for the mouse and the keyboard didnt even work, just shot out numbers instead of letters. but really?.....2ft? Even if you dont use your tv as a monitor like me, 2ft wont even work if your computers on the side of you. Literally, i have never bought anything this junky. Im returning it for a kensington mouse and that i-rocks mini keyboard. unless you want to put your keyboard and mouse on top of your case, DONT EV...