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.
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 side-by-side rather than on top of each other). Also I think someone mentioned it is too flat.
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. I'm happy to report it's been solid and robust and well worth the very reasonable price.
Excerpt: The Logitech Wireless Desktop MK250 cost me £19.99 from Amazon - which included postage and packaging. Included in the package is the keyboard itself, the mouse, the USB wireless receiver, batteries and instructions - and so there is everything you need enclosed in the package and as soon as you receive it then you're ready to go. I've had it for about 18 months and it's still going strong.
Summary: Excellent. Easy to set up with 'Quick Start' but would have liked a sheet describing the features on the keys. Not much of a an IT techy so for someone like me that would have been helpful. Lots of features although I may not use them all. Reasonably small, neat and very light to move out of the way when working on other things on your desk. The free wireless mouse is a bonus too. I liked the 'on/off' feature on both items to save battery life.