Reviews and Problems with Labtec Media Wireless Desktop
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Labtec Wireless Desktop: Freedooooomm!! But there is always a cost
19 September 2012
Summary: When wireless mice and keyboards came out they were all the rage, everybody wanted one. The main reason is that for people with PCs there were already too many wires at the back of the computer. And to try and find your mouse of keyboard cable to untangle it or to try and solve a problem was a nightmare.
Labtec Media Wireless Desktop: Comfortable and easy to use set
3 October 2009
Summary: This Labtec wireless keyboard and mouse functions very well for the time I have used it and has proven to be a very good purchase. It is a robust set with good design and decent ergonomic consideration for its price range. The keyboard has strong build and key operation is satisfactory remaining consistent in key response over time. Extra keys are provided for media playing, application launching and internet shortcuts.
Pros: Well made and designed, robust, works well in operation, extra keys
Summary: Well I'm sat here using my labtec wireless right now.I needed a good value yet convenient keyboard.and this one is just that.Its not fancy with blue lights or strange vocab printed on the keys.Its a straight forward low budget keyboard and mouse.The keys are very easy to use,the battery lasts a long time and the position of keys are similar to a standard keyboard.The mouse on the other hand was slightely more difficult.I prefer using another branded mouse as this one I...
Labtec Wireless Desktop Optical: Well, it does the job...
21 May 2006
Summary: This was my first wireless keyboard and mouse i've bought. Has all the benefits which a wireless desktop has, including an optical mouse. Can stretch to distances of 5m at the most if you're clear of obstacles. Very impressed with the mouse. Very precise, no lag. Comfortable with finger grooves. Responsive clicks and has a middle scroll button. Has an LED to warn you of low power. However, the mouse is rather bulky and slightly oversized for my liking.
Pros: Mouse is accurate, useful keyboard function buttons, no wires...!
Cons: Battery eats power, heavy mouse, bulky reciever, keyboard has simulataneous signal issue...
Summary: How many of you can lay in bed? (Is that everyone then?). How many of you can lay in bed and use something plastic that will protect you? (Those of you with a sexually perverted mind will answer yes to this question, every other normal person will not have a clue what I am on about!). I am of course talking about the piece of plastic being the wireless keyboard and mouse that I recently bought.
Pros: No more wires, Saves clutter on your desk, Freedom to move about with it
Cons: Uses batteries, Can't go too far away otherwise signal decreases
Excerpt: "...I bought. I decided on the Labtec cordless desktop mainly for the price, in Index it is £39.99, but I decided to have a look online and see if I could find it cheaper. Lo and behold, I ended up on the trusty Amazon site, and found the same product for £21.89, not a bad saving even if you add on the postage - which I didn’t have to pay as I ordered another item at the same time, thereby spending in excess of £25 and benefited from their free delivery. The ...
Pros: Less wires, can be upto 1 . 5m from the computer