Summary: Both the keyboard and mouse work great, as expected from a name brand product. The $19.99 price was right, although I saw it for a buck cheaper, a week later, as is always the case with me (Murphy's Law, I guess). They were made in Taiwan, I believe, hence the great price. Surprisingly, at least to me, the mouse works even if the line of sight to my laptop, on the other side of the room, is blocked. The keyboard does feel a bit light and cheap, but it works fine.
Summary: It works great and it is convenient because it is wireless but 3 things I don't like : 1. It is too shinny it is easy leave marks around the keyboard. 2. The light under the mouse always on makes the battery out faster.The other brand name doesn't need that light and still work great. 3. The size of the mouse is little too big.
Summary: It's cheap and a great deal for the price. However, I don't like how the buttons are all squished together. The function keys are all the same without any gaps, so, for example, I can't hit F5 without looking at the keyboard. Same goes for the arrow keys and ins/del keys. It's easy to miss the keys if you're not looking.
Excerpt: Bought this for my old netbook which I only occasionally use. Keyboard works great, nice tactile feel. Easy to install and only requires one USB input instead of two if bought separately.Mouse works OK but feels cheap
Excerpt: If you want it for a year, then get this on sale. Otherwise, buy something else. These are made cheap and don't last long. The USB fails quickly and with little effort. It is not replaceable so you will end up buy a new keyboard/mouse combo within a year.