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Dell Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for Dell OptiPlex 745 / Dimension 5150/ 9150/ E510 / XPS 400/ 600 Systems - Black (FJ905)

Dell Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for Dell OptiPlex 745 / Dimension 5150/ 9150/ E510 / XPS 400/ 600 Systems - Black (FJ905)
alaScore 76

53 reviews

Feb, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 53 reviews of Dell Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for Dell OptiPlex 745 / Dimension 5150/ 9150/ E510 / XPS 400/ 600 Systems - Black (FJ905). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the durability. The price is also appreciated.

design, price, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Dell Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Bundle for Dell OptiPlex 745 / Dimension 5150/ 9150/ E510 / XPS 400/ 600 Systems - Black (FJ905) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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This product is terrible. The mouse is erratic and losses connectivity very frequently. The keyboard losses connectivity much less frequently but still happens. When it is possible to connect, the mouse will frequently just start wandering and it is...

feel of keyboard is very nice. Contour of mouse is comfortable.

connectivity for both. mouse movement can wander terribly.

Oct, 2008

Consumer review (

Pretty good experience


Bottomline: I would recommend this set if purchased with the bluetooth card reader.

A little background first: I ordered the package which included the card reader with built-in bluetooth.

As many have said, the mouse is weird. The size seems to not fit in the hand correctly. That being said, I'm actually pretty acclimated to it now so its not really problematic.

Jul, 2008

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If you like a wandering mouse, this is your baby


Don't buy this mouse.

Keyboard works like a charm

The mouse pointer's habit of randomly wandering is simply unnacceptable. Just when you think it has settled down, it does a little traverse across the screen. Click at your own peril. I can't believe this mouse is bundled with a high-end XPS system.

Jul, 2008

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Great performance


My whole workspace feels a lot more organized with no keyboard wire, no mouse wire, and no headset wires. It's a good idea it keep a spare USB keyboard/mouse somewhere in the house however, in case your Bluetooth radio ever quits or your batteries die...

Keyboard has worked flawlessly. I connected it to my Inspiron 530s the day it was delivered (two months ago), and never had to "find" it again. The media player panel is convenient (especially the system volume knob), as are the pre-programmed buttons....

The mouse is longer than normal and feels large to the hand until you get used to it. I have the same mouse in a smaller version that came with my laptop (travel mouse) and that one is more comfortable.

Jul, 2008

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overall a good keyboard and mouse set, especially because of the space it saves for a usb port. Don't get this if you do not have blue tooth built into your computer because you will pay more than you would if you got a keyboard with a wireless receiver.

The design of the keyboard is great with many programmed buttons, and the mouse works very well and is comfortable.

You have to find the device several times, and I had trouble making my own passkey for the keyboard. There is some delay in the mouse and keyboard after a short period of inactivity, probably due to power saving.

Apr, 2008

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Not what we expected


Remove from the Dell shelf. Should not be included as the primary bundled option for high-end systems like the one we bought. The system is used for professional design purposes and requires high quality performance in all respects.

When they work, they work ('they' being the mouse and keyboard), but usually with delayed reaction times.

The keyboard appears to be the most vulnerable in terms of losing connection. Have probably reconnected it as a new device 5 or 6 times in the 4 months since we bought the XPS 420 system. There is usually a delay for the keyboard response when typing...

Mar, 2008

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Not worth the money


Keyboard layout good and ergonomy OK. Mouse too big.

Looses connection every two minutes, even after installing the latest bluetooth driver bundle. EXTREMELY annoying !!!

Mar, 2008

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Dell keyboard/mouse wireless bluetooth


Great transaction overall- I was impressed!

Great design

Price was a bit high- but worth the service and ease

Mar, 2008

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Mouse needs to be re-designed


Good keyboard, very responsive

Very inaccurate mouse, must rest palm on highest point of the mouse itself

Mar, 2008

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The Good, Bad & Ugly


Good keyboard. Love the volume control knob as well as the other function buttons. Keys feel comfortable

The mouse is hardest to adjust to. I wanted to toss it at first mainly because the pointer was off and causing a good deal of frustration. Fortunately, we found that it can be adjusted. I found the mouse design is long (at least for a woman's hand) and...

Mar, 2008