I am currently typing this review with the Belking bluetooth keyboard. This keyboard is very sturdy yet still lightweight and easy to carry and manouver. The keys do feel somewhat plasticy and cheaply made but they do the job well enough. There are extra buttons for increased productivity along the top including web buttons like home and favourites and also media buttons such as a twistable volume control and play and stop buttons. This keyboard is fully functional with both Windows and Mac operating systems and is equipped with both operating system keys. The division of the main keys, the arrow keys and the number pad works very well and ensures you hit the wrong key the minimal amount possible. I have been using this keyboard for a while now and have very little to complain about, the main thing that this keyboard suffers from is that it sometimes takes a while to connect and start up. The Belkin bluetooth mouse is very good at its job. It feels comfortable to use and works on a multitude of different surfaces. The mouse buttons feel nice to use and the scroll whell is smooth and easy to use. The main problem i find with the Belkin wireless mouse is that it feels very plasticy and not too sturdy even though it does hold up well to being dropped and used a lot. This wirleless desktop setup is very good on battery consumption, i have duracell re-chargeable batteries and have to charge them every 3 weeks or so.