Summary: Can't find a better keyboard for the price! In fact I can't find a better keyboard for under $100!
Pros: Love the feel of the keyboard, Looks good, feels solid. Really like the mous and the scroll wheel on the mouse. Has the 10 key some keyboards dont but a must have if you enter a lot of numbers. Micro USB works great. I use with my TV from about 15-18 feet away no problems! my computer is behind my monitor and I have no reception problems at all.
Cons: the enter keys is the revers L shape and the backslash is moved up to the top row. not a dealbreaker but other layout is more standard mouse does not have a charging station - really only a big deal for office deployments.
Pros: Worked out of the box on my girlfriends ubuntu OS , doesnt even say that it works with ubuntu so ive gotta give them an extra egg just for that, looks nice feels ok yeah its light plastic but it works.
Summary: What can I say, I wanted a white keyboard, and it was white. Replaced with a Gigabyte, which is ok+.
Pros: I liked the white color and it looked way cool at first. The keyboard seemed solid.
Cons: The mouse is truly awful and I only used it a few weeks before replacing it. The wheel was hard to move and squeaked (no pun intended). There was no fixing it. The keyboard keys have a very "short throw" and to me too much resistance, but I'm sure some people like this. Made me make a lot of mistakes. And is does lag and/or disconnect every so often.
Summary: It has been easy to make out what key is what since day 1. Alll other makes. Logitech, Microsoft, and the laser etched Eclipse, all looked like they were marked with water colors after a few years. This keyboard has the looks, the feel, and the build quality, like it used Apple for a role model. The lack of a cap lock led is a pain, but the good things far outweigh it.
Pros: Nice size without any excess framework. There has been no smudging on the key designations after well over a year of hard use. Battery life is good. 2+ months on the mouse, and 6+ months on the keyboard.
Cons: USB transceiver prevents system from completing BIOS/POST on Gigabyte P55-UD5 system board! Ugh! what is this? I have to unplug the USB dongle before starting or rebooting, else the system cycles thru POST twice then ceases further attempts. This is a show-stopper for a HTPC remote chassis installation! I've not yet found any available online tech support forum nor others posting about this problem. There does not appear to be much I-Rocks tech support available. Solv...
Summary: Mouse eats batteries fast, but it has on/off switch.
Pros: I like this keyboard. I use it with my HTPC at 10-15 ft (3-5 m) distance. Very responsive. Mouse works well too. Played a lot Fallout 3 with this combo. Keyboard even survived when my wife dropped it from about 3 ft down. Works as new.
Summary: I've gotten used to my tech toys lasting longer than their usefulness - it seems odd to have one that just fails altogether after break-in. Nice looking landfill material. I-rock should be I-shame.
Pros: Worked as advertised for 70 days
Cons: It didn't last. Felt cheap and mouse had some rough edges.