Reviews and Problems with Trust Wireless Calculator Keypad & Mouse KP-4100p
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Best choice for that price
S. Eftekhari "S.A.E", Amazon
17 January 2010
Summary: I bought this pack for my notebook. They work well. the plug and play system is good and fast. The mouse resolution is good. Also you can use the keypad as a calculator too and send the answer to computer. The only thing that is bother me is the mouse rechargeable batteries. They run out too fast (after about one or two days working). I think they should be changed and the manufacturer knows that and send you a mini USB cable to charge that batteries simply.
Summary: The KP-4100P is an adequate device. It is compatible with Windows and OSX--- sort of. So in Windows, the drivers load up fine. However, when you connect it to a Mac, the device is detected as an unknown keyboard. It still works, but the operating system tries to identify the keypad every time. It's kind of annoying, but it still works nevertheless.
Summary: I am not sure why I am unable to leave actual feedback. But I have ordered this item of this seller and felt the need to put a comment on for prospective buyers. I ordered these items in order to reduce wire on my work desktop and also free some USB ports as this is a combo wireless set. The batteries providedfor the mouse are less than adequate!
Summary: Bought as I wanted a keypad to enter into a laptop - and did not want to have an extra USB dongle for a mouse. - Both work fine BUT the batteries supplied for the mouse are useless - they do not work the mouse nor do they re-charge. The recharging cable for the mouse is also an added complication. Solution - they both work well just using ordinary batteries. The keypad is brilliant - the mouse had the battery issues and is just "so so" compared to a stand alone mosue.
Summary: does everything as advertished and very easy to. Rechargable battery run down quick and then the mouse goes a bit haywire. Put in new battery to redock with supplied usb cable and away you go.