Summary: The keyboard and mouse combo pack is decent enough, but simply that's it. The keyboard keys were very quiet the first time I used it and then somehow by the next day it was noticeably louder. The keys are soft enough but the response is nothing to write home about. The mouse is loud and clicky, cheaply made and a barebones optic mouse. It's free so whatever.
Summary: This is a fairly inexpensive set of keyboard and mouse combo. I purchased this item to replace wireless controller. It works for the most, though, I did find the mouse to be a little "jumpy" at times. The touch of the keys are "soft" but not necessarily uncomfortable, and it works fine.
Summary: The keyboard is solid and sturdy, and IMHO, better than Logitech's MK120 keyboard which I think is too light weighted. The keys have quiet and soft touch, good for typing and everyday use. The mouse is very light-weighted, and glides around the mouse pad effortlessly. The size is just about right for my slightly smaller hand. At this price, you couldn't expect any ergonomic design. Just that the clicking sound is a tad too loud.
Pros: No frills keyboard-mouse combo that just work, Keys quiet and soft touch, Dirt cheap
Cons: Clicking sound of mouse may be a tad too loud
Summary: Great quality, keys are easy to the touch but not too sensitive. I write on an average of 4 hours on this keyboard a day. Although its wired, but its for my office, so wire is not an issue. Best part is that I don't have to worry about recharging or changing batteries. One problem I had before using wireless is that, after a few months of heavy uses, the rechargeable batteries that usually comes with the keyboard will wear out and will only be able to sustain heavy work...