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**Setting it up**
This was simple as can be even to me a person who is useless with computers I just needed to plug the sensor usb in wait for the computer to install it which took all of 1 minute and then turn the mouse on by a switch located underneath it and we were ready to go that simple. It does require Windows 7, Vista or XP to work.
The usb port sensor which you need to put it is tiny smaller than a 5p coin and this would be my only downside I do get worried my young children will pull it out and use it but in the same way it is fantastic it is so small as it does not get in the way while you are trying to type infect you never even notice it is there.
The mouse can be programmed to swap it for a left hand user but as I am right handed I have never needed to do this. It has the usual left and right buttons and a scroll in the middle of these.
**In use **
It is a full size QWERTY keyboard and has all the functions you would receive on a normal keyboard including cap lock, number lock and scroll lock. I have used this keyboard on both my normal desktop pc and recently when my children broke the space bar on my laptop I used it on there with no problems at all.
I have never had a problem with this keyboard being unresponsive sometimes it can press a letter a few too many times but this is only on a rare occasion that this happens. The buttons are easy to press and there is no delay at all from me pressing the keys and those appearing where required.
The mouse is a little more temperamental sometimes it can decided to stop working for 2 minutes but all I do is switch it off and back on and it begins to work again and again this only happens once every 2 weeks so not often.
Also I find the sensor under the mouse needs cleaned more regularly than a normal mouse but again this is simple to do and makes sure that the set is kept in full working order.
I use this keyboard and mouse daily often for hours at a time as I actually work online as a chat moderator meaning that I have to use them for 6 hour shifts without giving them a rest and so far so good.
They do require batteries 2 AA but these come in the box with the product and they are very simple to put in even with constant use I have not yet had to change these batteries and after 10 months use I think this
This keyboard is fantastic it means I can get my work done with a little more freedom than I have with a normal mouse and keyboard it has been very durable and been knocked off a few times by my children yet still works perfectly. There is a battery light on the keyboard itself which lets me know when they will need replaced but coming close to a year of use this has not been needed as yet. I would recommend this to anyone I picked it up on sale in Tesco for around £10 and regular retail is around £20.