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Pixxo KA-75W1 103 Normal Keys 2.4GHz Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard and Laser Mouse - Retail

Pixxo KA-75W1 103 Normal Keys 2.4GHz Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard and Laser Mouse - Retail
alaAverage 2.5

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the value for money and design are generally positive. The usability and build quality are also appreciated.

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On average, users rate this product 50/100.

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For Wireless not Bad

 

For the build that im doing none great making a HDMI blue ray media box that will be on main tv and just wanted a couch keyboard for netflix and similiar media surfing works great

I ordered this as part of a new build and out of the box agree works great on my exsisting XP Media box from anywhere in the room which is what i was after. ( max from box i tested was about 15

tried playing eq2 with it and the keyboard didnt like that to move around we hold down the W,A,S,D which might just be a mapping delay sitting to prevent key sticking ( havent had time to check the mapping/settings yet

Consumer review by:

Yikes

 

Love the volume dial

I couldn't get more than 2 feet from the receiver. It would have been a nice keyboard if it would actually work on my desk. I called Pixxo tech support and they were as helpful as a poke in the eye

Consumer review by:

Good Combo

 

For the price what do you expect? It works. I bought some speakers from this company and they're working well too. (As others have mentioned the special keys on the sides are right where you'd typically grip it)

Good range, almost reaches across 10' to the coffee table. Batteries lasted in it quite a while as well (since December I have yet to replace the mouse battery with several uses per week) ; Keyboard has a good feeling when typing, both it and the mouse...

Let me first say that I have yet to exhaust all troubleshooting options: with what I have tried I cannot get the keyboard to work after 3 months, exchanging new batteries, spamming the connect button the back, reseating the usb adapter. I have yet to...

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The worst

 

Backspace key is half sized, insert and delete key are switched.

Volume knob works well. Most features worked out of box, without installing drivers

Mouse is useless. Must reconnect to receiver after only a few minutes without use. Keyboard is terrible. Types as though batteries are dead or is too far from the receiver, but new batteries and moving the receiver don't help. No way to tell from pics,...

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Meh

 

I haven't had any issues with the range but i haven't used it more than a few feet away. For the price i am glad i got it.

Nano receiver is great with my laptop! Never have to worry about it. The mouse works on almost all surfaces. Have had it for several months and haven't had to change the batteries yet

The enter key is HUGE on the keyboard. I always find myself hitting it by mistake

Consumer review by:

You get what you pay for...

 

I ended up returning this product. For the price, I could have gotten used to the mouse and keyboard layout but not if they don't work 100% of the time.

Low price, attractive design, tiny USB receiver, rotary volume knob, plug and play connection

Mouse has poor ergonomics and its forward and backward buttons are reversed. Sometimes pointer movement will become jerky. The section of keys containing page up and page down has an odd layout. Sometimes when typing, the keyboard will either not...