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These combos have become my bread and butter for end user peripherals. For the price they honestly cannot be beat, and they work for years. Even under heavy load, this combo just keeps on going and going.
While the keyboard isn't sold as "ergonomic", in my experience it definitely isn't detrimental to your health. I have used this combo for about 2 years now, and I have had no problems with my wrists. The kickstands get it to a nice height, and the keys travel enough.
The mouse is your average mouse that works for most office situations. It is a little on the small side, so those with bigger hands may require something larger.
They are the least expensive keyboard/mouse combos I could find that I trust to work properly. Unfortunately, they use that cheap paint method to put the letters on the keys, so I'm not sure how long that will last. Since I'm just using them for testing, they may last a long time.
Cheaply lettered keyboards, if I used them as my regular keyboard, the letters only last about year before they start wearing off. Since I won't be using these keyboards regularly, I'm hoping the letters will last without any issues.
Both keyboards and mice worked without any issues. I don't see the point in purchasing anything less expensive than this set since you will get a cheap POS with key sticking issues, or poor travel or poor feel while typing. At $20 I really don't see why you wouldn't just go with this well known, reliable brand name.
I needed a cheap wired mouse and keyboard for working at home. This combo is good and does the job. I like that the keyboard layout is the standard layout. After using a number of "deluxe" keyboards through the years, I can type a lot faster on this one because they didn't mess with the layout. My main problem with the keyboard is that the keys are loud when I type. I know some people prefer this though. I like my keyboards to be silent. The mouse is okay. The scrolling on it could be smoother but it does the job.
They keyboard, for a low cost budget keyboard like this, is pretty good. I do 10 finger touch typing, and I can type comfortably on it for lengths of time. My favorite is Cherry MX Red keys so I use a professional keyboard now, but for other computers around the house I have a few of these Logitech ones. The mouse is very good, and I use these low cost Logitech M100 for all the computers around the house. I don't like how many manufacturers try to make mice "special" by giving them weird shapes. A mouse with any kind of convex shape to it, make your hand sore after a while. Not so with these Logitech ones. It's an old trusty shape from way back from the 90s, and ever since then, I've only ever tolerate those exact shaped mice. I'm glad Logitech kept making them. If they would ever phase them out, that shape, I'd be buying a life time supply of them. They last many years each those, even under heavy use. Accuracy is just fine. All this talk about high DPI on the "better" ones, I don't need it. I'm using this with a 4K monitor so tons of pixels in front of me, and this mouse navigates the pointer perfectly.
It's pretty much the exact same keyboard I bought in the 90s all those years ago... Maybe the 90s one didn't have the 3 windows keys. That's all the bell and whistles it's got though, just the windows keys. No volume, no calculator, no nothing. You can drop it with confidence, smash it against a table after losing a mach, get tangle in the cords and yank it, it'll probably be fine! The mouse is fairly accurate... It's a wired keyboard form Logitech, what the H more do you want.
I needed a new keyboard while I work from home, and I ordered one for Verbatim - worst mistake I ever made, as it's not a standard keyboard layout like I've used for the last 20+ years. So, returned it, and go this one. I was not disappointed. Keys have a good positive feel to them. Keys are where my fingers expect them, so no more turning off the PC because they put a power button where the Print Screen button is. Bonus, it comes with a mouse, which I've not used yet, but nice to know I have a spare if needed. Keyboard just works, as it should, no bells, no whistles, no dedicated media keys, just a plain keyboard, just how I like. The KISS principle in action. If you're on the fence about a keyboard, you won't be disappointed if you just want a keyboard. If you want the media buttons, move on, nothing to see, if you're like me and couldn't care about those, then this is the keyboard you are looking for.
Working from home due to the pandemic. Home office is all over the house so needed an extra set in order for my husband or I to share a desk (while changing laptop...depends who supervises our son who is home schooling while schools are closed).
It is great. Works great. Best bang for your buck. I recommend this for people who need a spare around the house.
Now if I had my choice, I wouldn't buy this for my permanent desk...but it works until we can all go back to school/work.
For the money this set is great, I love the raised keys, the main reason that I chose this, most keyboards now have a very flat keys, which I find makes me miss them half the time, and that is annoying when playing a game. The mouse is also a great size, the replacement I had was tiny, this one sits perfectly. The price was awesome for a set, I will likely buy a spare set just in case. I should note that I gave it 5 stars but battery life is NIL, it has no batteries LOL. I should also mention that this is not a gaming keyboard or mouse set, it is just a regular keyboard that does the job.