Excerpt: Keyboard & mouse are of good design but the on/off switch on the mouse could have been designed to be a bit more accessible. The switch is recessed and you have to use a fingernail to slide it on or off. I am having an issue with the keyboard not responding to my keystrokes or skipping every other entry. When I place the keyboard on the desktop within 8" of the receiver it functions properly.
Excerpt: Just bought this combo. Mouse clicks are so loud I had to disable and use a different mouse. Keyboard keys are light weight plastic, finger tips slide off keys but if you manage to keep them in place and hit a character, there's a lot of noise ('reverb' from hitting keys). Easy to set up, though, if you can stand to use this. I'm going to try to return.
Excerpt: The Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 2000 by Microsoft, has so far been a good keyboard. It has an easily opened battery compartment. A nice place to store the usb connector, if you need to take it out. The range is suitable with no hiccups as of yet. I've had it for over 2 weeks. The keystrokes have some resistance but its less then that of a typical keyboard.
Worked Beautifully...Until It Didn't...Then it Died. (5 months)
K. Beard, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Purchased 11/15; Used about 35 hours a week. I had to replace the battery in my mouse once (no bfd). Little to no delay in typing/mouse clicking. Works fabulously...when it works. For about the last three weeks, the little usb receptor thing isn't being recognized by my computer--I have to tap it and wait, tap it an wait, tap it and wait. Every morning. Every time the computer goes into standby. Sometimes for no reason at all.