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.
Summary: Overall, the keyboard- mouse words as advertised. In a windows 8.1 machine, there was essentially no setup - the OS recognized both and we were good to go. My only reservation is that on the keyboard: the function keys on the keyboard are small, and some of the other keys (e.g. delete) are in places that were not in my previous Logitech-style keyboards.
Excerpt: It's just a keyboard plain and simple but it works well. The keys do not require excessive pressure. Works like a keyboard should - I'd buy this set again. It is comfortable for normal office use.
Excerpt: Since getting this keyboard & mouse, things have gotten easier. Also to be able to move keyboard around without wires is great, same for the mouse also. Still learning the new function keys. This is great for me. Great product!
Excerpt: Keyboards are one of the most prominent things that we miss out in life. We usually never really treasure any of them. Most of them will end up as polluted waste to the environment. Some people love their keyboard for real hard core gaming. Some of us love to use our keyboards as a fashion item, matching beautifully together with our computers especially. For me, I love my keyboard to be a liquid tortured one.
Excerpt: operation is a big improvement from prior keyboard - keys do not stick. I like the key for calculator. I miss the light for caps lock but I noticed that other new keyboards no longer have it. I like low battery inficator. I am learning fundtion of other special keys.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response