Summary: If keyboard would illuminate it would be incredible. I searched hard for a keyboard with a sleek, elegant and intuitive design free from any clutter that normally plague keyboards.
Pros: Clean/Unclutterred Design Very Lightweight Wireless (RF wireless is better than bluetooth) Extra/ Custom keys are actually useful Simple Designed Mouse with Programmable Scroller (scroller rolls and clicks left/ right)
Cons: This problem has happened a few times, Basically the cursor is on a permanent backspace hold. Basically whatever you type it deletes it (as if you are holding down the backspace key) This issue forces me to powerdown physically as opposed to a normal shutdown since nothing else can be done. This ...
Summary: Solid purchase for the money if you're looking to get a wireless keyboard/mouse.
Pros: I really enjoy the feel of this keyboard. It's soft and responsive, and has a great range. I'm using this keyboard to type this right now and I'm about 15 feet away from the transmitter. Also gamed for a bit with it and didn't notice anything out of the ordinary.
Cons: Once the mouse goes to sleep after a few minutes there's about a .5-1 second wake-up period. Not at all obstructive in my opinion.
Summary: Wanna know how AMAZING this keyboard and mouse are? My keyboard has been dropped many times and functions as good as the day I bought it. And my mouse -- I've spilled water on it, and even dropped it into a FULL glass of milk by accident and it STILL works perfectly!
Pros: Very well made and DURABLE, extremely responsive, batteries last a LOOOOOONG time, Great-looking design, superb range, very comfortable to type with, works terrific with all kinds of games, from shooters to MMORPGs.
Cons: I can't think of a single con after more than a year of ownership.
Summary: So in my first review I raved about the fact that I spilled coffee on my keyboard and how it functioned flawlessly AFTER I rinsed it off under the faucet. Fast forward roughly 8mos and repeat.
Pros: For the price this is probably the best wireless general use keyboard I have found. Looks great, installs on XP, Vista, Win 7 no problem. Keys are not the quietest but feel smooth when depressed. Full num pad and media controls are a bonus.
Cons: Operational distance leaves something to be desired. I would not recommend using this for a media center.
Summary: Bought this for using with my laptop, so I'm not hunched over looking at a 15.4" while at home. Pretty surprised to find that my V220 works with the new receiver as well. I plugged in the receiver, hooked up both the keyboard and mouse, and the Setpoint software I already installed with the previous...
Pros: -Plug in and go -Plays well with its own kin -Everything works as it should -Awesome range on the keyboard.
Cons: -Mouse is a tad large and heavy, but I've been using a V220 for well over a year.
Summary: The mouse is about 4 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 1.5 inches tall, and looks "fat". It's a good fit for my hand, but my friends with large hands say it's too small. The keyboard has very little resistance and is very flat. I like that in a keyboard, but my friends with Model M's hate it.
Pros: Range: so long as you're not using a CRT monitor near the receiver or keyboard, the range is 30 to 40 feet. (The only range problems I had were when I'd left the receiver under a TV). Resilient: I've dropped the keyboard and mouse on concrete a couple times, and they still work after a reconnect....
Cons: Keyboard is not very adjustable. There are two settings, flat and slightly tilted. Without the software you can't get the rotate screen or zoom or suspend buttons to work. I don't think it's that big of a deal but some people care about that sort of thing.
Summary: I love how the keys respond, how they feel. I love the media player, home, sleep, and battery strength buttons. Very glad I got this - in spite of the bug on the palmrest.
Pros: This keyboard is comfortable, has a nice throw for the keys and good tactile feedback. I've never used the extra function keys on other keyboards I had but these actually work (and are pretty convenient). I never looked at the mouse, it's still in its wrapper in the box. I have a VX Revolution fo...
Cons: Didn't buy this for the mouse. The keyboard is really nice, the mouse sucks. I don't mind, I just needed a keyboard. The Logitech logo on the palm rest LOOKS LIKE A SPIDER... OR A BIG FLY everytime I see it in my peripheral vision LOL. Even now sometimes when I go to use the keyboard my first rea...
Pros: Great Battery Life, Nice Range, I lay on my bed and play wow from a distance like the fat kid I am. I also bought another one so I can use it to play Final Fantasy 11 on my 360 and send text and it works just as good as on pc. I turn my 360 off, turn it on, it's still synced.
Summary: I really like this keyboard. The mouse feels too light for me, but I am used to a weighted gaming mouse. Great wireless mouse/keyboard set for the price
Pros: I bought this set for the keyboard. I used the mouse a bit, but I have a weighted gaming mouse that I like better. The Keyboard is just the right size for me, and I have big hands. I like the different settings for the function keys, and all of the control keys.
Cons: There is no off button, so it sucks battery life even when not in use. Some of the function keys don't seem to work with certain programs, i.e. Firefox, iTunes, mediamonkey, etc. I don't know if that is a configuration issue, or a driver issue.