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This review is from: Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop
Pros: Mouse is lightweight and moves easily.
Keyboard is solid while being thin and lightweight. Keys have minimal travel much like you'd find on a laptop. Keyboard is great if you're doing lots of typing.
Cons: Mouse: The windows button doesn't make sense to me, easier to use keyboard. The left-side (not left click) button is awkward to click.
Keyboard: If you're a w,a,s,d gamer then don't get this keyboard. It works fine in an office setting but can't seem to handle multiple buttons being clicked quickly or when you hold a button down. I also have an issue with the escape key on the keyboard. If I hit the right side of the key, even though it will depress fully, the key doesn’t activate. If I hit the left side or center, they key works fine.
Other Thoughts: I came from a Sidewinder mouse and miss the adjustable dpi settings.
Really wish they had made this backlit. Would have been much more valuable to me than wireless.
This review is from: FAVI FE02RF-BL Black USB RF Wireless Mini SmartStick Keyboard with Mouse Touchpad
Pros: Nice little keyboard and I mean little. The keyboard section is only about the size of a smartphone and that track pad only adds another 33% or so.
Other Thoughts: To the person who said it wasn't backlit. It is, Hold Fn + Right Mouse to enable backlit.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a solid, compact PoE camera that works very well with IE and Vivotek's free LiveClient and Playback software.
Cons: I also own the Vivotek IP8332 which works well with both IE and Chrome. The FD8136 only works with IE.
This is also not a good camera for low light situations. Picture becomes very grainy in low light and it has no night vision capabilities at all.
Other Thoughts: Great camera for indoor well lit areas, especially if you're already using Vivotek's software.READ FULL REVIEW