Summary: Overall, I bought this Keyboard / Mouse for a HTPC, and it's fine for that. Trust me, you are NOT going to use this as your regular keyboard / mouse set. It's more of an Convenience then long term. I mentioned it already: $30 REBATE!
Pros: Nice soft / responsive touch! Mouse is surprisingly sensitive (Good Tracking on surfaces) It's own Storage for the Mouse when NOT in use. AA Batteries (Means you can use Rechargeable) Mouse has it's own Storage for USB Dongle. No Drivers to Install! Worked with all Windows I tried it on, includin...
Cons: Not so much the Keyboard, but the mouse feels a little cheap. Try not to drop it. No Number Pad, but for what it costs, I was not expecting this. Not really a Con, but not sure why they added them. There are Keyboard "Feet" at the front of them like most keyboards have, but these prop it up like ...
Summary: I'm not sure I'd be happy had I paid full price for this, but if you get a deal then it's an excellent wireless desktop set.
Pros: The key feels solid and well-built. Action (the pressure you need to apply to the keys) is low, and typing feels crisp. It's actually akin to a laptop keyboard, albeit one with a numeric keypad. The media keys worked out of the box in Windows 7 64-bit. The mouse, which I often find is the weak li...
Cons: No num/caps lock light on the keyboard. Docking the mouse in the keyboard is a good idea, but the fit is not quite as snug as I expected, though you'll eventually get use to the right feel of a successful dock (otherwise, the mouse won't go into standby mode and will drain the battery). The cover...
Summary: It turns out the crashing of the keyboard has nothing to do with USB powered devices. They keyboard will crash I leave my cellphone too close the the top of the board when I receive text messages. It turns out that it is more susceptible to interference than my other keyboards.
Summary: The Delete key is much to small for my tastes. Eject key dosen't work under windows. Not entirely worth the MSRP but it is worth ever dollar of the newegg price.
Pros: I love the laptop like feel to the keys, and the lo-Profile design fits nicely with the aesthetics of my desk. The media center controls are also a plus. Also the standard USB port is great for flash drives.
Cons: The mini USB wire doesn't like to be connected to devices that charge by USB. After the device connected the keyboard will crash and will not function until the computer is restarted.
Pros: I have always wanted a keyboard with USB ports, most of PC keyboard doesn't provide that, the Mac keyboard are expensive, this one is great and works for both Mac and PC, the mini USB cable is a bonus.
Cons: Not sure what's the problem, when I boot up my Mac Mini, it try to find mouse and nothing I can do but reboot, but once I reboot it works just fine, otherwise I would give it a rating of 5.
Pros: It's nice and still working after a year. Decent range and the scroll works as a middle mouse for gaming.
Cons: During gaming i notice that the right mouse doesn't work 100% of the time, although not really much of a problem. In the pictures you can see the darker gray siding of the mouse. That's a softer rubber material, and after about 8 or 9 months heat from your hand starts to deform it. i don't find i...
Summary: I bought this after returning an ergonomic keyboard that covered way too much of the desk and wasn't all that ergonomic. I use Linux, and of all the keyboards I've used, this one worked flawlessly out of the box; the multimedia keys even map correctly, no set-up necessary.
Pros: Quiet Small desktop footprint Responsive Handy mini USB plug Multimedia keys completely functional
Cons: Short cord Some of the keys are in different places -- takes getting used to
Pros: great mouse w a low profile and a satisfying feel. have done plenty of gaming w it (WoW), and it is responsive. the scrollwheel too is great. pretty much all i could as for out of a simple 2 button scrollwheel mouse.
Cons: the range is not so good, 6 ft at best. using it on a desk with a macbook though, this is not a big deal.