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Dell KM632 Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
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- The Dell mouse is a sleek, intuitive input device which adds new levels of comfort and control to your computing experience.
- Ease-of-use and better reliability are assured because there are no moving parts to wear out or collect dirt and dust, so the mouse always stays precise.
- This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems, it is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.
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I’m sure there are better quality keyboards out there (I use a Logitech Bluetooth K810 which is superb), but these tend to be many times the price that I paid for this and at just over £20 delivered, it has to be a bargain.
The mouse is a pretty basic 3 button scroll wheel model, is a comfortable size and weight with the batteries in, and is really responsive. I have experienced no noticeable lag of any kind when typing or ‘mousing’ that has been reported elsewhere.
A couple of things to note on the down side. The only LED indicator is a small power light, which does go off after a period once powered up, so even in use, there are no power indicators showing. I understand this comes on amber when the batteries are low. There are no other on board LED indicators for CAPS Lock etc., but I downloaded a driver from Dell which gives an on screen indication of CAPS Lock. Not ideal as a compromise, but not a deal breaker for me.
With regards typing position adjustment, there is a battery compartment underneath at the rear which gives the keyboard an inbuilt degree of angle, but I find this slope comfortable. This is just as well really as there is no other way to adjust of the keyboard angle other to put some paper or something under it if you prefer a flat typing surface or to increase the slope.
Niggles aside, overall, I am really pleased so far with this keyboard and mouse combo and is good value for money.
The keyboard has a ridge underneath at the back which houses the batteries and tilts the keyboard to a convenient angle. It is a perfectly standard keyboard with no fancy extra keys. The one disadvantage I can see is that it doesn't have a Caps Lock indicator.
The mouse is a normal two-button-and-scroll-wheel optical mouse.
I was looking for a PC keyboard to replace my iMac keyboard for use with Windows and this is great. The key travel is not much different from what I'm used to (or indeed what you would expect from a laptop keyboard) and it's not at all clunky so I don't feel that it's slowing me down any. The keyboard iconography is up to date with Windows 8 / 8.1 for those who care about such things.
The mouse was a real surprise. I expected to junk the mouse but it's actually pretty good. It's not going to win any beauty or functionality awards but it's a pretty solidly made piece of kit with a very cool magnetized cover for the batteries.
My only qualms would be the following...
* The keyboard feels a bit plasticky
* The mouse on / off button is very small
* It's wireless - If I could have bought exactly the same keyboard but wired I'd have been a very very happy man.
All in all for 15 odd quid you just can't complain. I'm really happy with this after sending back my 45 quid Microsoft Sculpt set.
The issue I had is truer to what you should expect with wireless components. The first few wells were great. But overtime, the set became unusable. Sometimes the mouse would seize functioning (I would need to turn it on and off at the base) and the keyboard would freeze for a few seconds, and then produce a load of random characters on screen. As you could imagine, this did not help with the writing of my dissertation!
My displeasure comes from the rate the batteries deteriorated. And considering I use my computer at a higher rate than your average person, it was not economical for me to keep purchasing batteries all the time. Which was a shame because I did really enjoy using this product. In the end I sold it to a friend and the ideal wireless keyboard and mouse product search has been placed on hold until the relevant technologies improve.
However! If you are a casual user, who may use a computer for around two hours a day and you are looking for a quality set up to help prevent desk clutter, I definitely recommend this product to you. Just make sure you have a stock of batteries around and you should be fine!
Actual keypad has similar dimensions to a standard laptop. Good feedback at 90wpm+ and the usual introductory mistakes were ironed out after a day or two of use. The lack of a caps lock LED isn't important to me as caps lock has a way of letting you know IT'S ON.
Came supplied with 2xAA batteries (I'd have preffered AAA) which are still working fine two weeks in with between 6-10 hours activity per day (I only use the on/off switch 50% of the time). Build quality is a little better than expected - no rattling etc and it feels more sturdy than your standard £10-£15 wireless keyboards.
I'm not too enamoured with the mouse. It too uses 2xAA batteries which I haven't swapped out since delivery. It's a little bigger than I'm used to and feels a little slow off the mark even with the lightest sensitivity settings on Ubuntu.
The buttons are a little bit of a chore to press, particularly on the right. Scroll wheel is fine. However for a budget combo mouse, it does the job - when you move your hand the cursor follows!
My previous mouse was a Technika TKWM211 (RIP) which retails for £10 which had a much better form factor and response.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the keyboard but find the mouse a little uncomfortable to use as it seems to be a bit stiff to click.Published 7 days ago by W. Cheung
so disappointed, I'm sending it back. When typing on the keyboard, the characters are extremely so and sometimes missing when displayed in the screen. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Its a great keyboard and mouse, they are really easy to connect to my computer. The delivery was quick and items were in excellent condition. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Nathan
Love this keyboard as the keys do not protrude too much, has the soft type feel similar to a mac keyboard, also good because there are not a lot of places that crumbs etc can go... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Ollie
So light and easy to use, can be moved when not in use. Very easy to set up. BrilliantPublished 1 month ago by Mrs. E. Jessel