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Pros: I have been using this for a few weeks now, and find it is more reliable than wireless keyboards I have used in the past. Instant response, consistently performs like a wired keyboard and mouse, using it from across a room for my HTPC. I have seen more expensive ones do worse.
Cons: Seems very lightweight. Not sure how durable it is going to be. I leave it lying around the family room, for my HTPC, so it is not getting the best of care, seems OK so far.
Other Thoughts: Seems to have very good connectivity, no dropped characters or lost cursor control that I have seen with others. I am ordering my second one today.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small size, much smaller than a mid tower, enough power with an i5 processor, Windows 7 and 4GB RAM for a HTPC. Great price for an i5, on sale.
Cons: None for me. If you want to play serious games, you will need a video card.
Other Thoughts: This is about as small as a PC can get and still have a reasonable amount of room in the case for a few minor upgrades. Nice size for the HTPC, if you add a wireless keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cideko AVK-02-915 Black RF Wireless Mini Keyboard
Pros: Small, very convenient size for remote control of HTPC.
Cons: Cursor control is like a wii controller, but the position drifts around the screen. Hurt my wrists trying to get it to work. I gave it a couple of omnths on my HTPC, and reluctantly swapped it for a full size wireless keyboard. I had to keep a conventional wired keyboard and mouse nearby to get the PC working sometimes when it timed out and would not recognize the device.
Other Thoughts: Typing on it is better than a smart phone, worse than a keyboard. What I hated was the way the cursor control worked by moving the device like a wii control. The cursor would drift around, and was too hard to control.READ FULL REVIEW