Excerpt: I've been using this wireless keyboard and mouse set daily for about five years now, and am just loving it. The mouse and keyboard have a range of about 5-6 feet (keyboard can go a little further) and sensitivity is high on the mouse. There have been random occasions when the keyboard does not register some keys while I am typing, but I don't know why that is. Both are kept within 1 foot of the reciever that comes with it.
Excerpt: I have started using this keyboard about 4 years back from today and I still love it. It's really thin and lightweight. The keys are a little funny compared to other keyboards but that's why I bought it for it's Unique design~ It's a really simple keyboard for almost anything but there are some cons about this keyboard. You cant really go too far with this keyboard from it's wireless reciever. The mouse that it comes with is not really that useful or comfortable to use.
Excerpt: I have had this keyboard and mouse set for a few years now and don't have a single bad thing to say about it. This is the first wireless combination I've ever had and I'll never go back to all the wires. I've moved a few times and it's always been easy to take down and set back up. Both the keyboard and mouse easily find the signal, even when there's objects in the way. My keyboard sits lower than the receiver and still is able to pick up the signal with no problems.
Excerpt: Since we have our desktop (Vista) computer hooked up to our tv and surround system it was time to purchase a wireless keyboard and mouse combo last year. I really liked the keyboard where a quarter of the board detached and became a wireless remote to control music with and had a LED screen; however, that was way too expensive :) However, controlling music from a keyboard was an important feature to me for when I have my itunes playing and the tv is turned off.