Summary: I have bought 2 mk250's. they functioned for just under a year then irrevocably broke down. A waste of money. I then bought 2 of the next model, the mk 230 which have not lasted a year each. What is a very good product is spoiled by un reliability. Shame. John Varley
Summary: After a couple of years use it's still fine. Good positive keyboard 'feel' and 2 AAA batteries lasted 3 years. Not a refined keyboard (quite clunky) but I like that - no accidental keystrokes.
Summary: After 6 months the left mouse button started making a really annoying loud spring noise when releasing the click. Also, unless rechargeable batteries are supposed to be used, the mouse battery life is short. Not changed the k'brd batteries in 1 year though.
Nice keyboard and mouse set for those who wants freedom around PCs
3 November 2012
Excerpt: I'm not the type to fuss about whether my keyboard is wireless or not. However, I have this bad habit of eating and using my computer at the same time, which as you might have guessed led to spilling of drink on my old keyboard.
The end and home key are actually in a more intuitive place!
29 October 2012
Summary: I'll be brief with this one, I've been on a bit of a reviewing blitz this evening. This set is excellent value for money. To the person who said having the 'end' and 'home' key in different places to standard keyboards is a bad point, I'd say they are actually in more intuitive positions (being...
Summary: I've had this keyboard for a year now before reviewing as I wanted to be sure it was robust and reliable. I was very happy with it from the start, it's comfortable to use and the signal range is excellent so i can work on my big telly quite a distance from my PC when I want to.