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: Nice keyboard but unfortunately ruined by the fact that you can only use it with the supplied Microsoft bluetooth dongle. If your laptop or desktop has built in bluetooth then you are still forced to use the supplied adaptor. This is something that should be clearly stated in the item description.
Summary: For the price this is a fairly good set but I would not purchase it for my computer at home (bought it for a work computer). I hate not having caps lock, scroll lock and num lock lights. Only cheap assed cruddy keyboard manufacturers do that (hello Rocketfish). I expected better from Microsoft.
Pros: Hmmm, the keyboard feels nice. Not much else to write home about. There is a pretty cool zoom function that brings up a zoom window ala microfiche.
Cons: Mouse is very slippery, buttons are hard to press (my fingers get tired after extended use). mouse wheel foes not click when scrolled. That really sucks. I like clicky scroll wheels and the smooth wheel makes it easy to accidentally move the wheel while you are trying to use the wheel button. The...
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: 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: Pleased with large, clearly laid out keyboard with helpful shortcut buttons. Very straight forward layout and easy to use. The only big drawback with the Wireless mouse is remembering to replace the transceiver in the underside of the mouse - otherwise the battery is drained very quickly.