Keyboard and mouse are working fine now. Just two issues
13 January 2015
Summary: Keyboard and mouse are working fine now. Just two issues. You cannot turn the mouse off unless you detach the wireless stick from the PC and insert in the mouse. A real pain if you have a desktop with the wireless stick plugged in the back. Also have some spare batteries to hand.
Summary: it works fine if all you want is a mouse and keyboard for your standard pc. or if you have a desk for your laptop, but one stupid thing lets the set down a lot which is there is NO switch to turn it off and on with on either the mouse or the keyboard!
Summary: A nice piece of kit that works well. The one drawback seems to be that the only way to turn off the mouse short of removing the batteries is to remove the dongle from the PC and insert it in the slot provided for it on the bottom of the mouse.
Summary: Pretty good - like the working angle adjustable with feet beneath the keyboard. Conflicted with my TP-Link TL-WDN3800 N600 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter so turned off the adapter. Works fine now.
Summary: Cant really add anything new to what has already been said however I have one major issue with this keyboard - why did MicroSoft not add a "sleep" button somewhere on it. This button has been on most other keyboards and I like to set my system "sleep" rather than turn off.
Summary: This is battery powered, wireless keyboard and mouse set. Both keyboard and mouse use a single dongle which is about the size of a AA battery and protudes a fair bit. Fine if round the back of the tower unit but be careful if you want to use it on an exposed USB port.
Summary: Would have been five stars but for the fact that the keyboard has not got a dedicated sleep/hibernate button, I created a work-around using [...] option one and then assigning it to a keyboard key, also the dongle is subject to heat when at the back of a tower-case but the purchase of an USB...