Excerpt: I returned the MS Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard/mouse combo. unit for full credit. I found that the keyboard feel didn't suit me, and the mouse wasn't shaped to fit my hand. If the in-store display had been more usable, I could have identified that before purchasing, and looked further. So: bought another wireless combo unit (Logitec) at Fry's (much fuller inventory, with better displays and units to test).--Sorry, I really like Staples on most everything they sell.
Excerpt: The price was the best thing about this item. The batteries in the keyboard are constantly not making contact and have to be taken out, put back etc. time after time. The mouse has an on/off button on the bottom that is quite easy to forget to turn off. Even after installation, the USB has to remain plugged in to the computer or docking station. Have a Logitech on another computer that does not have these issues. You get what you pay for - would not purchase again.
Pros: Easy To Set Up
Cons: Keyboard Battery Disconne, Mouse Has Onoff Button
Summary: It works! Sensitivity of keys is very good. But shape of keys is weird. They are pillow like and this design is really bad. It feel like, it has no spaces between buttons... And overall feeling is ... drab. I seen worse, so I will live with it until it dies. I'm not typing much.
Excerpt: There were no instructions for using the shortcut keys. I had to go online to find out and download the program. When I did, the mouse was all over the screen and my computer was freezing. I uninstalled the program and my computer went back to normal, so the keyboard and mouse went back to Staples.