Summary: I wouldn't buy it again. The stupid little dongle is a terrible idea. My last keyboard/mouse combo had a receiver unit with a USB cord coming out of the back of it, making it easy to move the receiver close to the keyboard, making it possible to use.
Pros: It has every letter and most of the punctuation, I think. Looks cool, what with all the white plastic.
Cons: Keyboard loses signal and mouse lags at a distance of 24 inches, rendering both basically unusable about 40% of the time. This review took me a full 8 minutes to write because of the terrible keyboard I'm typing it on.
Summary: Keyboard has a hard touch. As a faster than average typist, it causes skipped letters which means going back and repeating. Doesn't always register when key is hit. A light touch is not a good thing with this keyboard. Heavy touch and a slow typing style fair better.
Summary: It is great but the only way to turn the mouse off is to unplug the usb and stick it in the mouse undercarriage slot. Annoying considering I have to remove the usb from the mouse, plug it back into the computer every time I am away for some time and come back for quick business related responses.
Summary: I wish I would have known that the keyboard and mouse required 2 AA batteries each for a total of 4 batteries. I'm wondering how long the batteries it came with will last and how often I will need to replace them. Duracell batteries are expensive. [...
Summary: I have this keyboard and it's driving me crazy. It does everything it's supposed to do, and a bunch of things I don't care about which is nice I guess. But it has one flaw that's a deal-breaker: there's no caps lock light on the keyboard itself.
Summary: I put the USB doggle on the end of a USB extension cable to get it close to the keyboard and mouse and that did the trick. Works great with the doggle within a couple of feet.
Pros: Works as good as a wired keyboard and mouse when you are in range.
Cons: Range seems to be about two feet. You can use it from much further if you don't mind the occasional missed key stroke or occasional stuttering mouse pointer. But I don't like having to watch the number of characters that register when I am keying in passwords.
Summary: It was easy enough to set up, but that was about it. The mouse was choppy and often unresponsive, and the keyboard did not pick up every key stroke. I returned it for a Logitech MK300 which I am very happy with.