Mike Petrucci

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (55 of 61)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 43,175 - Total Helpful Votes: 55 of 61
Rii 2.4GHz Wireless Mini PC Keyboard Touchpad V2 B&hellip by Rii
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome tiny keyboard!, 18 May 2014
This thing is small, cheap, works reliably, has a laser pointer, backlight and a built-in rechargeable battery.

The only annoying thing I found is that the charging port is Mini USB instead of much more common Micro USB.

Did I already mention it's ridiculously cheap?
Logitech K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard - Black by Logitech
Goods:
- Small, wireless, touchpad means no mouse needed
- Easy to set up, great range (works from the other end of the apartment)
- With USB receiver that is easy to plug in and out and move as required, it reduces clutter on my desk when used as secondary keyboard for other PCs (I've got lots of different hardware that I work & test on)

Bads:
- You have to use FN taster to use F1-F12 keys. This can be fixed using Logitech Setpoint software but this doesn't really work for me since in most cases I use it for testing on systems that I can't install anything on, or on the go. Having to use FN+Alt+F4 to close something or FN+Control+F5 for compile and run… Read more
Razer Taipan Expert Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse by Razer
Really nice ambidextrous mouse, feels great in both hands.

Goods:

- Feels great
- Very precise
- Works perfect on all surfaces I tried (where some of the other mice fail - I don't use a mousepad)

Bads:

- Mouse wheel doesn't work that well, grinds and stalls a bit when scrolling down - this might be a manufacturing defect but it's not an excuse for a 70 quid mouse. I would return it but it's a hassle.
- Side buttons are easy to click by accident and default actions will send you back/forward in a browser which can cause you losing web form data (which happened a couple of times and has now prompted me to write this review)… Read more

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