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Lenovo Ultraslim Plus Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
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- Ambidextrous, three-button design for both right and left-handed comfort
- One touch controls to quickly play, adjust, or mute audio and video files
- It has three-year warranty
- It has soft touch finish for all day comfort
- Fn key to enable primary can secondary functionality of direct press hot keys
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I found myself adapting quickly to the Lenovo keyboard and its a relief to find this works with just 1 USB. We've got docks installed on 6 machines and its just a pleasure to dock our machines and just avoid the clutter. The wireless keyboard and mouse are a great combo if you use the Thinkpad docking station and continue using a great keyboard.
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UPDATE: Still going strong. I believe it's important to get a review in AFTER you've had the product for more than a week, for obvious reasons. My company has been using these for a few years now. They're elegant and easy to use. The Battery life is remarkable. For the record ... I use mine everyday and have for 2 years. I have yet to change the batteries once!?! Seriously, the battery life must be remarkable, huh! Also, I love the keyboard keys, they're not loud nor annoying. they're inlaid, smooth and very easy to get comfortable with. I must've ordered (throughout the past 2 -3 years) 50 or more. We have 250+ PC's in the facility and most of the laptop users have these Keyboard/Mouse combos. We tend to plug the tiny, cute lil' USB dongle into the Laptop itself and when you undock and carry the Laptop to your presentation and/or meeting, etc. you can take your wireless mouse along and not be forced to use the clumsy touchpads. Love these devices!!
Downfall ... the downfall to these devices are all the same. If you lose the USB dongle, well, you're pretty much done with the combo. Perhaps you could get another, not sure. The keyboard and/or the Mouse goes out on you? Again, you're pretty much done as far as I know. There may be a way to pair the keyboard and mouse with another, but I doubt it.
The (sort of) downsides:
The USB receiver is stored and shipped inside the mouse, it took a bit of searching to locate it.
The mouse uses (2) AA batteries while the keyboard uses (2) AAA batteries, so I need to keep both sizes around.
The mouse is a bit undersized (see other reviewers comments) and I'm not sure how well I will like it compared to the larger sizes I'm used to, but it is working well.
I bought this to take into work as a replacement for the wired keyboard and mouse my employer provided. When I unplugged the existing keyboard/mouse from the back of the monitor and plugged in the receiver, it just worked. No fiddling around, no hunting for drivers, it was fine straight out of the box (Lenovo Thinkpad running Oracle Linux 6.4). I actually like the keyboard much better than the wired Lenovo keyboard that work supplied.I really like the lack of clutter with using wireless, and since I use the mouse left handed, it's much easier for my coworkers to swap it to the right side on the occasions they need to do something on my system.
I'm am quite happy I chose this product over some of the others available.
As for the keyboard, the travel (distance needed to push the key) was very short and I loved it because it doesn't tire out my hands like a traditional keyboard. I love typing on a laptop keyboard at home, and this was about as close as I could get to that on a full sized keyboard.
The range of the signal is pretty accurate and held strong at the far end. At work, we had over 30 of these with some computers stored in cabinets and the keyboard/mouse over 20 feet away and they still worked flawlessly.
Con: The only thing I didn't like about this is the battery indicator. When the batteries are low, a light should blink on the keyboard and mouse. The mouse battery indicator worked fine, which is nice because mouse batteries die way faster than a keyboard. The keyboard battery indicator didn't even flash 50% of the time, so I always had to have a (2) charged AA's available, which was only a minor incovenience.
This keyboard is very much like the one on my Lenovo Edge (which I enjoy) and it has the tall vertical delete button. Not many keyboards have this configuration but it makes so much more sense to me (home and end are on the left & right, pageup is up, page down is down... makes perfect sense!).
-Wish it had-
The sound is a little bit louder than my laptop keyboard. And the noise has a bit of a click-clacky sound to me. I'd be willing to pay 2x the amount if they completely removed any of that. The mouse is a good "travel mouse"...but I prefer the big Logitech mouses with extra buttons and are actually an ergonomic shape. So I'm eating up 2 USB ports... 1 for the Logitech Set Point wireless receiver and the other for the Lenovo keyboard wireless receiver. I'd also much prefer a keyboard wire. I always use my keyboard at a desk, not sure why everyone insists on having it wireless unless they're in a conference room or something. I'd prefer not to worry about spare batteries.
-Suggestion for amazingness-
My Logitech Performance MX mouse has a micro USB port so when the batteries die, I plug it in and can still continue to use the mouse... it just acts like a wired mouse while it charges. Lenovo should totally do that with this keyboard. That way I can plug it in when it needs a charge and not worry about swapping out batteries.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ended up purchasing an expensive mouse since I don't use the keyboard. It just doesn't work as well as I'd hoped, i.e., the keys and the placement of everything on the keyboard. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Scooter1968
The mouse is cool because the newer style laser is deadly accurate.
Other than that, I wasn't happy with the unit and returned it after a week. Read more
I purchased this as an open box item. It arrived as if the Package was opened and resealed and returned. Read morePublished 29 days ago by A. Guerrero
This is by far the best keyboard and mouse combo I've used in my 20 years in IT. The ergonomic balance is excellent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Freud
Perfect size and feel. Responded from first minute and never had a problem. Quiet keyboard and responsive mouse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jerry ballard
not the product pictured. it is a newer version of lenovos wireless keyboard/mouse that is not as good.Published 3 months ago by Philip Ryan
The mouse would only work Intermittently. Unusable. Also you have to use this mouse and keyboard together.Published 3 months ago by just39
I bought this a year ago for my home PC (Thinkpad); at the same time bought a Logitech keyboard / mouse (MK 270) combo for $21.
Works fine, sturdy enough. Read more