Saturday, April 25, 2020

Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Review


In January, the Windows 7 operating system on my desktop computer ended all updates.  My son (an IT Tech by profession) upgraded my computer to Windows 10. At that time, I took a good look at my peripheral devices and realized that my years-old keyboard had over one-half of the letters worn off.  Being a touch-typist, I hadn't really looked at the keyboard in a long time, but now decided it was time to get a new one. 


Wireless Keyboard by UHURU

Wireless Keyboard by Uhuru

After looking online at a number of keyboards, I decided on a wireless keyboard. This one by UHURU also came with a wireless mouse and a mouse pad. In addition, the batteries needed  for operation were included, one A A battery for the mouse and two AAA batteries for the keyboard. 

My wireless keyboard is compatible with Windows 10 and provides automatic connection link for fast data transmission without any delays.  A 2 in 1 Nano receiver unifies the keyboard and mouse connections quickly into one plug and play USB port. It also has 13 hotkeys to instantly access movie, music, internet, e-mail, volume and more. The advanced chip provides automatic connection from up to 33 feet.

It is a full size keyboard and has foldable stands to provide a comfortable angle for typing. The description states that this keyboard also has a sensitive touch for smooth typing that is easy on your fingers.  My ONE complaint may be that it is a bit TOO sensitive for the way I type as I find I often end up putting 2 spaces between words when I only wanted one. Perhaps I need to slow my typing speed a bit to compensate....LOL. But having made my living as a typist, this may be hard to do. ^-^. 

The keyboard has a power-saving mode which automatically lets it go to sleep within 8 minutes of no operation.  Click any key to wake it up.

Wireless Mouse


Wireless Mouse

The wireless mouse has many of the same features as the keyboard, working from up to 33 feet away with automatic sleep feature when not in use to conserve battery power. The Mouse works off the same plug and play USB port as the keyboard. Not only is it compatible with my new Windows10 operating system on my PC, but also works with Windows 8/7/Vista and XP and works with Notebooks, Laptops  and Smart TV with no extra software or set up needed.


Summary


Altogether, with the many features and the low price, I found this wireless keyboard and Mouse to be an excellent buy. I am very pleased with my new wireless keyboard and wireless mouse. 




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*Wireless Keyboard and Wireless Mouse Review written by (c) Wednesday Elf (4/25/2020)




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12 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great combination. Glad you rewarded yourself with some new computer tools. I doubt any keyboard could keep up with you! Thanks for sharing an excellent product option.

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    1. Thanks, Diana. It's nice to once again be able to see the letters on my keyboard ~ even if I don't often look at the keys. LOL.

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  2. I have a wireless keyboard that I use with my Ipad and I love it! Since I use a laptop most often, I don't require a separate keyboard, but my mother does on her PC. I bet she would love the flexibility of a wireless keyboard & mouse. Excellent review! Thanks Elf

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    1. Thanks, Mouse. I thought it was time to upgrade my 5 year old keyboard that had many of the letters worn off. :)

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  3. I was lucky enough to win a wireless keyboard and mouse a few years ago. My husband quickly absconded with my winnings. He uses it all the time with our Smart TV and the big screen. We also have a secondary computer hooked up to the Smart TV as well. I don't get to use it much, but he loves it.

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    1. Winning a keyboard is very cool, Olivia. Nice of you to let hubby use YOUR winnings. :)

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  4. Thanks very much for this recommendation. Rather timely. I work completely from my laptop and my keyboard stopped working the other night...grrrr. After two hours of google/youtube tutorials I solved the problem, thank goodness. However, a wireless keyboard was going to be my immediate purchase if I didn't get it working.I'm thinking I should get one anyway to have as a backup.

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    1. Glad I was able to give you an idea for a replacement keyboard, Barbara. Always handy to have one in reserve. We need all our peripherals to work to keep our computers going. :)

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  5. Thank you for this review. Right now I'm using a wired keyboard instead of the wireless one that came with my new computer, although I am using a wireless mouse. Although I love the idea of the convenience of one USB control for both mouse and keyboard, it also kind of scares me. If the connection goes wrong it would hit both mouse and keyboard at once. I hope you will update this review after you've used this combo for a few months. I'm hard on keyboards and by that time I may be ready to replace the wired one I bought in January.

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    1. I've had this wireless duo (keyboard and mouse) since January, Barb, and so far it's working great. I don't expect any problems with it, but will update this review if I find any. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. I am a fan of the wireless keyboard, I agree with the advantages of the one USB :)-

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  7. Thanks, Tracey. It's also nice to eliminate all those extra cords. :)

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