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- Long-range 2.4 GHz wireless
- Sculpted mouse with snap-on receiver
- Long-lasting battery life
- Instant-access hot keys
- Full-siz keyboard
- Plug-and-play setup
- 14 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Gummy Bears (First Build)
The keyboard actually feels better than I was expecting. The unifying receiver works perfectly. The mice has a nice weight to it that makes it feel not so cheap. The mouse is tiny though, definitely a lot smaller than I was expecting. This could be a concern if you have a palm grip or not tiny hands or just plan to use it a lot. I would definitely not use this mouse for gaming.
- 12 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build MSI Zen Master
Cheap standard wireless keyboard. I like Logitech mice, and this is advertised to run for months on the same battery. The Logitech mouse I use with my Laptop has only needed the battery replaced 3 times or so in the past 5 years so hopefully I get the same luck with this keyboard.
- 10 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Compact Development Workstation
The Insert, Home, Page Up, Delete, End, Page Down keys are not laid out like a traditional keyboard. I didn't realize it until I started using this keyboard for a bit, but I use those keys a lot when I code.
- 10 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build HTPC 4.3D Hub Emergency Rebuild + ASUS ROG Overclocking Notes
Standard wireless keyboard and mouse. Don't need anything more as I use an Xbox 360 game controller for gaming.
- 7 points
- 52 months ago
from completed build i5-4690k / Sapphire R9 280x Toxic / Fractal Core 3500
For the price it's not bad. I could of went up a higher model but did not see the cost to benefit ratio better. Mouse is kind of small (big hands) and keyboard doesn't have the longer palm restpad (not essential).
- 7 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build HTPC HUB 3.3D RYZEN 2/RTX UPGRADE
A basic combo that was a gift from my nephews. I prefer to use a controller now for gaming so this is fine.
- Intel Core i5-4670
- Radeon HD 7950
- Intel Core i7-4770K
- GeForce GTX 780
- Intel Pentium G3220
- GeForce GTX 970