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.
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.
Summary: This is a wireless keyboard and mouse kit. You will not believe the rate at which the mouse consumes batteries! I have chosen these words carefully. The vast numbers of batteries that have needed to be recharged or replaced is not believable! This is a great nuisance.