iClever GKA2-02B Rechargeable Wireless Keyboard
iClever GKA2-02B Wireless Keyboard - Rechargeable Wireless Keyboard with Number Pad, Ergonomic Design Full Size 2.4G Reliable Connection Slim Wireless Keyboard for Mac OS and Windows, Black
$33.99
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Package Dimensions:  15.31 x 5.47 x 1.1 inches 

Item Weight:  1.1 pounds 

ASIN:  B086HGH8VM 

Batteries:  1 Lithium-ion batteries required. (included) 



4.94 / 5
  • Very good for Mac
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      It works really good with Mac Pro. Didn’t have any problems yet. Batteries holding pretty good.
    
      
    
  • Best Bang for the Buck
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      I wanted something cheaper for my M1 MBP. I went ahead with this one and I do not regret it.
    The keyboard is the best I have ever used. Mouse might seem like a little flimsy. When shaken, there is something inside the mouse that rattles. I do not care as it works excellent.
    Both devices are rechargeable and lasts a lifetime so you won't have to worry about changing batteries 🔋
    Just go for it without second thoughts.
  • Macbook Air
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      I was buying a new MacBook Air M1 and was considering getting a Magic Keyboard and a Magic Mouse. But I am also a frugal person so I looked around for alternatives. The only real con for this is that it uses a USB hub (You only need one port for both the keyboard and mouse- they connect to the same dongle) and as you may or may not know, the MBA only has USB C ports. However, I was already purchasing a USB/HDMI hub because I prefer an external monitor. So I purchased this set to see how it worked. I figured that $220 for Magic Mouse and KB vs $27 (Plus $40 hub) KB & Mouse set was worth a go.

    Pros:
    Charge holds great! Rarely have to charge.
    Low profile.
    10 Key
    Mac AND Windows friendly
    Inexpensive
    fast wake up time

    Cons:
    USB hub required

    Overall, highly recommended for someone like me, I am a casual user, casual gamer, not a super hacker level 87 gamer... Just making music, like I said, casual gaming and general use. Getttt it.

    EDIT: 2 months later and the mouse wheel has stopped responding. Ordering a different mouse today. I am still leaving my five star review because this product is great while it works and is a good value.
  • Highly recommend this small keyboard/mouse combo!
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      This keyboard/mouse combo works great for those who want a small keyboard and mouse for work, travel m, etc. I am using this in conjunction with my laptop for work and i haven’t charged it ever since I got it almost 3 weeks ago. Battery life is fantastic. Would recommend. Keyboard is solid, with a good feel and good latency. The mouse is not as ergonomic as more expensive ones, but it works well and is responsive.
    
      
    
  • Fast delivery
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      Good quality, fast delivery.
    
      
    
  • Versatile keyboard for multiple computers
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      I have 3 computers in my office, and don't like KVM switches. So I use a software tool that lets the keyboard and mouse connected to the "master" control the others when the cursor is dragged between screens. Except when it doesn't. Then a slave computer needs to be rebooted, but the keyboard does not operate there as it is connected to the master computer. Enter this cool keyboard. Just press the appropriate Bluetooth key and voile, the keyboard is speaking to the appropriate computer directly. It works with my desktop via an inexpensive Bluetooth USB dongle, and my laptops via their built-in connections. Set up was simple and worked the first time. This keyboard has a nice key feel that is adequately tactile, and is almost perfectly silent. Has lights to indicate the connection it is on, caps  lock, and a charging indicator. Comes with the cord too. Has the requisite pre-programmed F  keys for brightness, search, et. al. All in all, this is a great addition to my keyboard family. I only wish there was a mouse with the same multi-connection feature.
    
      
    
  • Quality material and ergonomic
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      High quality for price
    
      
    
  • Multi device Bluetooth 5.1 for all three devices
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      This keyboard is one of the few bluetooth 5.1 keyboards available until now which provides latest bluetooth (5.1) connectivity to all three devices. This keyboard have better connectivity on all devices (Mac, Android and Windows) and I haven’t noticed lagging so far. There may be some lagging or delays but not noticeable enough if any. Full keyboard and nice build quality.
    
      
    
  • Works perfectly!!
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      After trying 3 different "Bluetooth" keyboards, I've come to the conclusion that Bluetooth keyboards are not ready for prime time! They constantly disconnect and the battery had to be charged every few days to a week at most. This keyboard has never disconnected and hasn't needed charged since I purchased it well over a month ago.
    
      
    
  • Great keyboard for the price!
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      Great size, love the keyboard cover included. Raised j/f indicators. For the price this is a fantastic buy. Love the usb charge option, I’ve yet to experience low battery. The one drawback- the pause/break key is a must for me, fn key failed me after I reassigned a hot key.