Excerpt: Okay, so the mouse works fine but this keyboard is tragic. I am constantly getting lag from it. I thought perhaps it was the computer, but alas it is not. Fresh batteries, too. I'm assuming the wireless isn't connecting all the time and that can be too annoying. Makes you want to throw the worthless keyboard from all the mistakes you make with it. Here's an example: I will type the quick brown fox jump over the lazy dog.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Quality Accessories
Excerpt: Mouse is fine. Keyboard goes quiet into power-saving mode. So if you hit a key on the KB after a while, it will be used only to wake the KB up and only subsequent key-strokes will be relevant.
Summary: While the mouse still manages to do the job of pointing at things and clicking, it is too small, and it feels like you're getting carpal tunnel just for holding it longer than 5 minutes. Keyboard, on the other hand, just refuses to be a keyboard, and rather prefers being a 2x4 piece of wood. Seriously, I would have better luck getting my key strokes to register if I was using a wireless plank! Keyboard has some cool buttons on the sides (i.e.
Summary: I bought it for work. I expected it to be litter better. I have at home one made by Windows for the same price, that performs little better. The keyboard is too light for me, and the mouse is too small. A heavier keyboard and a bigger mouse are just my personal preponderance.However, they work just fine and they are OK for the money.
Summary: This keyboard is very user friendly. Insert USB transmitter provided into your computer, insert battery into the mouse, turn mouse on, press "connect" button on the underside of the keyboard and...Voila! It's really that simple.