Rosewill Slim Wireless Keyboard Laser Mouse RKM-1600RF
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-26-2010
Provided by: Rosewill
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Introduction

As I sat staring at a blinking cursor on an empty page on my computer screen, trying to think of a good way to begin this review, I found myself having to give hard thought to the topic of keyboards and mice, something I don't often do. Oh sure, I use them every day, both at work and at home, but I can't remember the last time I actually paid much attention to them. As long as they perform their function with relative ease and accuracy, I no more consider their input any more than I consider the way my legs work while walking, or my hands when I pick something up. It's only when a problem arises that I take particular notice and start to think about how it's behaving and when or if it might be time to do something about it.


So when I received the Rosewill RKM-1600RF slim wireless keyboard and laser mouse to try out, I knew I was going to have to not only put forth a conscious effort to pay attention to the way these devices operate, but also get used to the differences between them and my usual set of hardware. To start with, the RKM-1600RF set is a wireless keyboard and mouse combo, unlike my old USB wired setup. The keyboard has a slim, low profile scissor-switch design, much like those found in laptops and netbooks, instead of my old dome-switch traditional 104 keyboard. And the mouse, while similar in technology to my laser gaming mouse, has a much different shape and size.

Join me as I take a closer look at the Rosewill RKM-1600RF slim wireless keyboard and laser mouse.


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