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Gigabyte GK-7PB M/M Keyboard and Mouse PS/2

3.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • PS/2 Keyboard
  • PS/2 3 Button Optical Scroll Mouse
  • 107 Comfort Keys
  • Silver/Black
  • Desktop Set
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Technical Details
BrandGigabyte
Item Weight812 g
Product Dimensions46.2 x 17 x 2.2 cm
Item model numberGK-7PB
SeriesGK7PB
ColorSilver/Black
Voltage5 volts
Operating SystemWinXP, Vista, Win 7
  
Additional Information
ASINB00102C73U
Best Sellers Rank 176,599 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
Date First Available26 Nov. 2007
  
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Product Description

Matching Silver/Black Gigabyte 107 Key PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 3 Button Optical Scroll Mouse Desktop Set

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I purchased this keyboard and mouse because I wanted the colour to match my new screen. The keys are easy to use and the mouse is an update on my previous ball type mouse so I am really pleased with it. I am glad I bought them both and at such good value
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By Frenz on 25 Mar. 2010
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I don't have Windows, I have Linux Mint which is a derivative of Ubuntu and both the mouse and keyword worked excellently.

In contrast to other reviewers I like the keyboard. Standing flat on its four feet, it tends to slope a little lower at the back which takes a bit of getting used to but will probably result in less wrist problems and finger aches during long sessions. 4 rubberised feet grips my polished desk very well. There are the usual 2 feet at the back to raise it up if needed. The keys have to be depressed a way but if you're an old guy like me who is used to pressing the keys a little harder from your days on a mechanical typewriter, it's good. The keys make a mechanical clacking sound when pressed which I also like. Not a multimedia keyboard as the product title says if M/M means multimedia. It's a standard UK keyboard. The cord length is a decent 165cm give or take a centimetre or two.

I don't know why the rave reviews on the mouse. It's a standard optical mouse much the same as other optical mice - or should that be "mouses"? Fits nicely in the hand. A nice feature is the extended length of the left and right buttons. Centre wheel for scrolling doubles as a third button. Nice little slidey feet, the mouse scooting across the desk. Cord length is a decent 180cm give or take a few cm.

For the price this set can't be beaten! Fully recommended to anyone looking for a cheap but not really all that nasty keyboard and optical mouse.
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Just set up this keyboard and mouse, and must admit they both give a good quality feel. These items give excellent value for money, would highly recommend.
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Excellent value for money,
Does the job very well for a fraction of the price!
Simple PS/2 plugs for both - perfect for configuring BIOSes and other driverless work.
Mouse has good sensitivity range, and does not spazz out
Keys have a clickity feel, but are not very noisy - just as they should be!
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I maybe reliterating what other users have posted but I thought I'd get my 2 cents in on this.

This is a great product at a bargain price. After a family member bought a desktop computer from a relative he wasn't too happy with the keyboard/mouse - both were wireless which leads to battery usage and cumbersome to use.

I came across this and it's a solid keyboard and mouse combo. It's a great make and very affordable.

If you're looking for a stopgap 'till your next purchase or want a simple efficient set, this is very reccomendable.
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I purchased this keyboard for my parents laptop to go with their new LCD screen, I have to say it is a good keyboard if you type very slowly. Typing at any reasonable speed and buttons do not seem to register you've typed them or need to be depressed fully to get them to work, which is frustrating. I only type with two fingers but at a reasonably fast speed and more often than not words will have letters missing, which does not happen so much on my own more expensive keyboard. I also have a problem with accidently pushing the caps lock button while typing as there is no recess which you get with even the most basic keyboards, except of course this one. Other than that the keyboard looks fine, and appears to be reasonably well built for the money. And as this is extremely cheap, you can't really complain, but I wish I splashed out on a more expensive keyboard, as I use this pc a fair amount as its in our home office. So if your looking for something cheap that does the job, then this is a great cheap and cheerful keyboard, but if your like me and would rather pay a little more for something else less frustrating then look for something over £20 or so. The mouse however, does the job very well. It has a handy centre wheel and inferred sensor and moves on the mousepad as you would expect. 5 Stars for the mouse.
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