Old mouse wore out so I decided it was time to make the jump to wireless mouse and keyboard. This fit the bill perfectly - low cost and wireless. It worked GREAT for the first couple of weeks, then the mouse started acting up. Figured the cheap batteries they provide had konked out, so I replaced them with more expensive long life batteries, figured that would do the trick, and it did - for another two weeks or so. I need to stop right here and say that the batteries are a NIGHTMARE to change. The little strip you use to get the bottom battery out tore off the first time we changed batteries, and the top one is wedged in so tight we had to use a flat edge screwdriver to get it out. After the THIRD battery change in the first month it ran perfectly fine for some time, then the wheel broke. No traction, no more scrolling. So I went back to a spare mouse from an old computer. A couple weeks later, the keys on the keyboard started sticking. Nothing had ever been spilled on it - I don't eat near the computer - I changed the batteries, it worked fine for a few days, then the space bar started sticking. This time, I admitted defeat, trashed the whole thing and went and bought a set from Logitech. A little more expensive, but so worth it when it comes to dependability- not to mention batteries. My advice - run away from this junk set as fast as you can.
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