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.
Excerpt: If you're looking for an inexpensive and functional wireless mouse and keyboard, this combo fits the bill. I plugged in the little USB gizmo and began using it immediately. For a non-technical guy like me, it couldn't have been easier.Only short comings... lack of a light to indicate when the caps lock is on and a bare-bones keyboard design. But, for the price, it's a great value.
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: I bought this set to replace my Microsoft Wireless Desktop 5000 which I just loved.This budget set gives you a keyboard that has plenty of keys for special functions. It is comfortable enough and quite responsive. The mouse is responsive but has functions similar to a basic mouse.I also like the tiny transceiver which fits in any well powered USB port.Worth the $30 price tag, but if you can find the 5000 series on sale, I recommend that.
Excerpt: This inexpensive wireless keyboard and mouse did the trick. I could not boot up my computer and was able to once I installed this keyboard. I don't claim to understand why my old keyboard was the problem, but the new one works and the computer works just fine now.Its nice to the touch, is quiet and can't be easier to install. Just stuck the USB gizmo into a port on the computer and it was working.