Summary: Very light weight, the keys are fairly squeaky and a bit loud when typing. My spacebar sometimes gets stuck pushed down, but it's easily fixed by pushing it again. The mouse also lacks weight and the scroll wheel button has an odd habit of double clicking. If you're putting together a server or something for grandma, it's all good. It feels plastic but sturdy enough to be worth the price. It's still Logitech and it's still functional and it's cheap.
Summary: It's fine for the price, the buttons have a nice feel to them and the mouse works well, but a few of the keys seem to have some leftover stickiness from where the labels were put on them and in some cases it can only register two keys at once which makes it not great for gaming- for instance mine won't register the D key if it's pressed while the down arrow and S key are held down.
Summary: Purchased as a replacement for a wireless keyboard that interfered with my cell phone reception, there is no problem with the new keyboard and cell reception. Nice feel to the keys, has a caps lock light, which improves my typing greatly! The mouse has a nice ergonomic shape, right and left click, and wheel, all of my requirements with no extras that get in the way.
Summary: It is an inexpensive keyboard and mouse combo. I bought two of them. One as a backup. They do the job. And, do it quite well. Being wired, they operate more reliably than any wireless version I have ever used.
Summary: I actually WANTED one (1) USB / WIRED / keyboard. I got two (2) of these PS2 jobbers. I don't know how I made two separate orders. What can I say? It's a basic cheap keyboard. I'm not using either one of them and will probably advertise them for sale.