Excerpt: This is a nice combo if you can get it at a B&H price....meaning, I think you're paying too much if you buy it direct from Iogear. I've found both the keyboard & mouse to be a little jerky every now and then and the keyboard has no frame so it feels almost under-sized at first. The key action is ok and very quiet. If you're using an Iogear KVM, this combo works fine. It might not be the nicest combo I've used, but it's nowhere near the worst either.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Quiet
Excerpt: This is my second IOGEAR Long Range wireless keyboard and mouse. I've been using an older model that I purchased more than five years ago for another PC and it still works great. This new model doesn't use a charging cradle/receiver for the mouse and keyboard like the old model does but rather just uses a small USB fob inserted into one of the USB ports on your computer. The mouse and keyboard just use normal alkaline batteries that last a long time.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Reliable
Excerpt: The WI-FI transmitter plate is covered only from one side, the other side is open to your fingers. If you do not remove it very often you can live with this, but if you are planning to remove/insert it every time that you are using it the damage can be done to the USB connector by fingers (it's open from one side).
Excerpt: I bought this new keyboard and mouse combo to eliminate the wire clutter on my desk and hopefully eliminate the frozen cursor syndrome my computer was suffering from. This did both. I especially love the mouse, which I thought was a bit "plasticky" at first and whose cursor moves very quickly and is especially touch sensitive, but feels weighty on the desk and fits my palm very well. The keyboard is of medium pressure and sound. It doesn't take up much space.
Excerpt: I don't have much room on my desk for a keyboard so having something wireless was very important to me. It is actually shorter than my last keyboard so it fits even better on my desk. My only complaint is that the "f" keys are a bit smaller than I am used to, so it poses a slight challange for me as I do use them daily.
Excerpt: I bought one for work because I tend to bang on the keyboard. I loved it so much, I bought one for home.<br /><br />Fairly quiet, but still clicky for a touch-typist, and I have yet to replace the batteries after several months.<br /><br />Mouse is very sensitive, either slow it or get used to it.<br /><br />Setup - plug in near-invisible dongle, you're done. Dongle is tiny, unobtrusive.<br /><br />Includes a number pad for numeric entry.<br /><br />Very light.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Quiet
Summary: The signals get crossed constantly... 90% of the time my options are either mouse or keyboard not both. I had to download extra software to sync them up to fix the error and they still don't work. I would never recomend this set to anyone..... ever.