|For a cord-free keyboard that has it all, try Verbatim’s Wireless Multimedia Keyboard with Mouse. The keyboard features a media console that lets you play and navigate through your tunes and internet browser controls for a great surfing experience. With its curved design and wireless communication, it offers ultimate cord-free mobility and precision. To top it off, this keyboard comes with a mouse designed specifically for comfort and usability. With its sleek design, this wireless keyboard gives you comfort and mobility.|
Customer Reviews of Verbatim Wireless Multimedia Keyboard and Mouse
Wireless Keyboard Combo for $20 after rebate!11/5/2009
Compatible with Xbox 360. For a wireless keyboard (and a wireless mouse), this is a great deal!
Wireless at a bargin price10/27/2009
Because of the curvy design, this keyboard is a little big, but it works great, was easy to set up and has some nice features like single keys for: calculator, my computer, my documents, email, search, audio controls and more. So if you are looking for a space saver, this keyboard is probably not for you. If you want go wireless for less that $20 (after rebate) it's a great bargain. The mouse had a good feel and has a page forward and page back buttons on the side for operation with the thumb. (Note: this is a right handed mouse.) I'm very satisfied and am happy to have lost the cord clutter! Fast, free delivery from Buy.com.
If you use a mouse, don't buy this combo3/18/2009
worst mouse I have ever used in over 20 years. It must have been designed for a child's hand. If you like to use a mouse with you PC, DO NOT buy this combo.
Great keyboard and mouse1/5/2009
The keyboard and mouse work like a charm. Simple plug in installation. As usual, Buy.com delivered the product very fast. I am very satisfied.
This was and easy to setup and use wireless keyboard and mouse. Heck the combo was cheaper than a wireless mouse purchased seperatly. Both keyboard and mouse only use a total of 4 AA batteries. The installation did install two strange services, but I just deactivated them and the keyboard and mouse still work. We'll see how long it lasts though, but I suspect it will be just fine.