Summary: Keyboard is pretty quiet and the surface area of the keys are very good, so the chances of typos are much less. Further, I bought it for the compact design for a full keyboard, but takes only 70-75% of the space of a regular keyboard. If this can with stand the regular usage for 2-3 years, then its an excellent choice in my opinion for being used to expensive keyboards and macbook/mac keyboards. I'll update on the battery usage and durability in a few months.
Summary: Great product, works right out of the box no cd required, took my computer about 20seconds to find and install a driver for it. The Simple design goes great with my media center in the living room. The mouse is a bit on the smaller side but its not a big deal. Overall very happy with this product.
Pros: Sleek design, comes with batteries, Great quality for the price
Summary: This is amazing, I absolutely love this product. I was looking for a non cluttered work area. I got it. Flat and slim design with about an inch rear riser. The mouse well small and good responsiveness. The only downside for me is the rubber coating, they usually don't last and look dirty and peel off... But I don't use the mouse much I was looking for a slim keyboard so the mouse was added feature... comes with batteries so it was open ready...
Pros: Doesn't take up space, Slim design, very sturdy, good range
Excerpt: this looks great the mouse is pretty much perfect and has never failed the keyboard however is a huge fail it drops signal constantly, when typing it looks as if I am unable to spell. I have changed more passwords recently as it appears that I have memory loss, however it is down to the keyboard constantly dropping signal. Also if I am being honest the numerical keypad is also set out incorrectly.
Excerpt: I use an Apple aluminium keyboard at work but I'd say the Rapoo was even thinner than that. The keyboard is super comfortable, which minimal 'travel' on the keys which makes it very useable for people with the type of RSI I have. It's packing all the keys, which a lot of thin wireless keyboards do away with (number pad etc) Mouse is small, which for my hands is great, and again easy on the RSI, larger hands might not like it as much though.
Excerpt: The mouse is great - solid and weighty which I like. The keyboard however is a little lackluster and feels sort of 'incomplete'. It's just a flat metal case with some keys on it and appears like it was lifted out of the middle of a laptop. Also, you have to use the 'Fn' key to make use of the Home and End keys which can be frustrating if you use them a lot - which I do. Piece of cake to set up, just remove the USB and insert into your device and you're ready to go.