Summary: Other reviewers have listed the same faults that I am experiencing. The mouse seems to lose connection with the PC intermittently, in that the mouse pointer stops moving. The buttons still work and clicking one of the buttons usually brings it back into play, but sometimes I need to switch off the mouse and then switch it back on again. Does the sensing involved in moving the mouse pointer take more power than recording a button click?
Summary: Very poor product with a very short lifespan(3 months).Started to freeze up quite quickly after purchase and eventually would not move the cursor at all.Scroll function and buttons still worked so it was not the battery or usb receiver.
Summary: My main purpose in getting this was to use with a laptop, but problems start to arise once the laptop heats up a bit, the heat seems to affect the little USB receiver and you start getting glitches. After only a short time of use, the keystrokes frequently don't register. If you're typing away and don't look at the screen, you look up and then have to go back over the whole text to type (several times) the letters that didn't register the first time.
Summary: I bought this because 1, it was half price, and 2, because it was compact (It basically looks like an apple keyboard too). Firstly I should mention this is a blue tooth keyboard and not wireless. You will obviously need a Bluetooth adapter in order to use this keyboard. To begin you must pair the keyboard (hitting the power button puts it into discovery mode for 1 minute then you pair using a unique key).
Summary: "Box Contains PIXMA MG5350 All-In-One Power cord Ink Cartridges (PGI-525PGBK, CLI-526BK, CLI-526C, CLI-526M, CLI-526Y) Multilingual setup guides Warranty sheet Setup software and User's manual CD including MP Navigator EX (with OCR) Easy-PhotoPrint EX with HD Movie Print Easy-WebPrint EX and Solution Menu EX with CREATIVE PARK PREMIUM access" AMAZING !!! A keyboard and (completely unrelated) Canon Printer all for under 24 pounds ???
Summary: I really enjoy HP products - I find them one of the best. However, recently when replacing my orginal keyboard, I was given little choice (in the store) but to purchase wireless keyboard. I hate it. It either doesn't respond at all, or repeats keystrokes 20-30 times. While I would recommend most HP products without equivocation, this is one I would recomment staying far away from.