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Dell - Keyboard - wireless - Bluetooth - 104 keys - mouse - Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB adapter - black

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  • Bluetooth wireless technology for wire-free mobility
  • Includes keyboard with 8 programmable hotkeys, and the mouse with 7 programmable buttons
  • Smart battery management and warning icon with a blinking LED on the Bluetooth device
  • Freedom from cables and clutters
  • Secured data transfer with 128-bit over-the-air encryption
  • Enables a PWAN (Wireless Personal Area Network) environment
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Product Details

  • ASIN: B000YQUTVK
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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Customer Reviews

That anyone could sell a product this crappy.
M. Gladden
The keyboard keys get stuck so letters keep typing or if you at times press backspace it gets stuck and will ERASE everything you just wrote!
James Powell
The keyboard eats batteries, drops connectivity (once every few days), and is a pain to reconnect.
F. Kirk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pulluptothebumper on June 4, 2008
Hmmm, terrible from the word go. Keeps disconnecting, have to switch on and off to reconnect. You will be typing and suddenlyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... you get the picture. Eats batteries. An absolutely rubbish piece of kit. Going in the bin once I get a replacement from another manufacturer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kevin L on January 24, 2008
I purchased 20 Dell Optiplex 745's with the optional bluetooth keyboard/mouse option. These keyboards are not very reliable. The keyboard and mouse both seem to eat batteries fairly quickly, especially the mouse. Of the 20 purchased, 5 of them have died completely (these are all less than a year old). I sent two back to Dell for replacement, and tossed the other 3. They just are not worth the headache. The typical problem is once the screensaver starts, you cannot move the mouse or type on the keyboard to wake the system up. The only way to get the computer to respond is to remove the bluetooth receiver from the USB port and plug it back in. When the computer detects the new device, it wakes up... One of the keyboards was completely messed up. When it started acting strange, it would repeat letters while you were typing -- then would work intermittently for a week or so -- then was completely dead. I really don't see any advantage to wireless keyboards and mice -- and will never buy them again. These are JUNK!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Morris on October 10, 2008
We've purchased nearly 20 of these. The devices lose their connection intermittently many times a day. In an office environment this is totally unacceptable. Sometimes we have to swap out the keyboard, mouse, and USB transmitter with another to re-establish communication with the PC. At other times we've had to resort to a wired keyboard and mouse.
We've tried the Windows Bluetooth drivers and the Dell Bluetooth drivers. We've disabled the power management feature of the USB hubs. We've set the PC power settings to always on. Nothing has helped eliminate the connection problems.
Dell should never have released this product to the market...it simply doesn't work properly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MyBeesWax TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 24, 2008
True, it works without drivers. That's because it works with the driver that's shipped with Windows. It's easy to set up - I mean you just plug the darn thing in and it works, right? I mean, that's great, right? Heck, it even works in your BIOS, before your computer boots up into Windows (if your BIOS supports USB).

If you want a basic keyboard and mouse without being able to customize the buttons and keys, this package is for you -- that is, if you can tolerate the intermittent droppings out of connection. And you can forget about installng the driver to enable the extra bells and whistles. (I installed the software twice, the second time on a CLEAN newly installed OS). Once the driver is installed, the mouse and keyboard have the annoying problem of freezing up anywhere from 20-60 seconds every 7-8 minutes (yes, I timed it). This piece of junk is absolutely on my LAST NERVE. Try being in the middle of an interesting article and you've reached the end of the page and want to scroll down or if you're rushing to finish a document in Word (it's not as if you don't have enough to contend with already what with the "features" (AKA annoyances) of Word)but then the mouse has frozen up and you have to wait it out. And every once in a while, it's like a key gets "stuck" and you get the same character in keystroke repeat mode and you have to wait that out as well. Try backspace, if it acts up, it'll delete your work until it decides to stop (if you're in notepad, you're outta luck - it will only undo the last keystroke).

Please, save yourself some money and spare yourself the frustration and pass this up. Listen to what the other reviewers are saying and take heed! You have been forewarned!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2007
I HATE THIS SET and, yes, I know hate is a strong word.
It disconnects all the time. Crank up the computer and hmmmm... will there be a keyboard today? If not, you get to use the hidden on-screen keyboard to even log into your computer to fix the connection. FUN! Both mouse and keyboard disconnect themselves several times a day and reconnecting doesn't work as well as it should. You don't just press a button and magically have service again, you have to jump through hoops and play games to get it to work again. It is a great big HASSLE.
I am going back to a corded keyboard and I will keep a backup mouse around for when this bluetooth one crashes. The one perk it has is the mouse movement.. very smooth, fast and accurate. I prefer using the bluetooth mouse for that reason, but it is definitely unreliable. It made my job a lot less enjoyable.
OH YEAH.. the keyboard will sometimes stick and type the same letter for a few lines and then you get to erase all the extra characters.
Stick to the old radio controlled wireless!!
I love Dell, but this bluetooth keyboard thing is garbage. I don't think it's Dell, I think its the idea of using bluetooth for keyboard and mouse.. its a stupid idea and it doesn't work well.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brian Giller on September 19, 2008
Unsolicited automatic repeating of keys, eating of batteries (hey, does Dell have stock in Energizer???), loss of connectivity - yep, it's all true; I hate this keyboard/mouse set. Bad thing for me is that I have to support about ten of them in my office, so you guessed it - at least once a week I am dealing with one of them having some sort of problem. The loss of connectivity is the worst becuase there is no reliable solution. You can press those little "connect" buttons until you are blue in the face, and it's not going to connect. Shutdown and restart, right....pull the batteries out too, I don't think so.... Dell's testing department should be housecleaned. This keyboard/mouse set gives bluetooth a bad name.
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