Honestly, its a pretty bad set
Mouse is a bit laggy
Runs on 2.4ghz signal so can have problems due to wifi signal.
Keys are a bit small for a full sized keyboard.
Keys are bit tough to push in, not light and easy.
Better Than I expected From A Microsoft Hardware
While I generally gravitate towards Logitech input devices, I couldn't find any that weren't overpriced. $120-$200 for a keyboard? Gimme a break. I've spent less on whole computers than that. So after a bit of trial and error I think I found a combo that I like.
A lot of people these days use laptops with shorter key stroke and soft keys. I'm not one for these Ergonomic keyboards as I tend to dance around a bit on the keyboard. I can still type at about 50WPM, half cut and left to my own devices!
This keyboard/mouse is essentially plug & play....
Compact and useful but sacrifices comfort
This is a simple product that pretty much does what it says it does. It's a solid keyboard and mouse with excellent battery life that Just Works.
Having to open the mouse battery case to get the USB dongle is a little bit of a pain, but makes it nice and secure and keeps it free from dust. The spring-loaded pop-out ones tend to get lost or break. So I'm OK with it.
* Compact, light, thin keyboard,
* Strong enough to cope with being carted around in a backpack all day
* Shallow keys are resistant to getting caught on things and damaged
* Full key layout with numpad
* The mouse is big enough to be comfortable and works great ...
Questions & Answers
Why does this $A70 keyboard omit:: Caps lock light and Num lock light. These features always appeared on keyboards, why are they missing?
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