Cons: Not for a Gamer. When playing 3D first person shooters, the keyboard forgets that certain key is pressed and you just get stuck or you have a feeling like you hit the invisible wall. You have to release a key and press it again and it's very annoing!!!
Pros: Mouse is great. Keyboard has lots of fun buttons.
Cons: If you play any games, do not buy this keyboard. The fact that you have to re-press keys instead of just holding them down is both annoying and frustrating. I have not found a solution to this problem on any technical forums.
Cons: This set is beautiful but totally useless! I have gotten to the point of total frustration with this set that I was forced to return it back to Amazon.com. My initial gripe was with amount of lag I was experiencing when using the mouse. This problem got r
Pros: Cheap, i got mine for AU$150 Comes with energizer batteries, supposedly lasts up to 6 months Works to about 1.5m for me with new batteries Covered palm rest is better than hard plastic Scroll wheel on keyboard Most keys customizable Sleep key is very rece
Cons: F1-F12 keys not enabled by default, everytime you turn on your PC you need to press a key to enable the F keys Microsoft removed ability to customize mouse keys depending on program used Not ALL keys customizable Palm rest can get warm and sticky and is n
Pros: The keyboard feels excellent, nice response, the scroll wheel on the keys actually is a nice feature, the scroll wheels have a much nicer feel-- smoother and softer, I like being able to program in the "My Favorites" bottons
Cons: BIGGEST GRIPE: What in the hell was Microsoft thinking when they authorized the 5.0 version of the Intelipoint software WITHOUT THE ABILITY TO MAP PROGRAM SPECIFIC COMMANDS TO THE MOUSE BUTTONS?!?!?!?! That was the best feature I have ever seen in an MS p
Pros: tremendous mouse - tilt wheel KILLS. keyboard very comfortable.
Cons: horrible range, 6 month battery life = wussie range. MS says it is 3' but the transmission MUST NOT BE BLOCKED at all! even a sheet of paper blocks the transmission & the mouse must be pointed almost directly at receiver to work. I would rather re-cha