• Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
  • Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
  • Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
  • Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
  • Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202
Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202

Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black - 99202

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  • Affordable, slimline corded keyboard with full numeric keypad and optical mouse combo
  • Low-profile, advanced tactile keys and adjustable tilt legs for quiet, comfortable typing
  • High-resolution optical tracking for precise mouse movement
  • Simple, plug-and-play USB corded connection - PC & Mac compatible
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a 1-year limited warranty and technical support

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Keyboard reviews are subjective - I didn't like this keyboard - Occasional user I didn't like the keyboard because of how compact the buttons are. As many mentione,d the backspace is tiny, I prefer the normal double size of it rather than the large enter button.This is all visible from the picture provided. I also iddn't like how the Insert,home,pg up keys are stacked with the lock keys. And they put those other keyboard buttons right above it, didn't think it would bother me but it does. I also don't like the response of they keys, very soft... not responsive. Sometimes i have to push the keys harder to register, can't tell if keys have been pressed at times.I bought this to be used occasionally when first configuring my miners, i wanted a cheap keyboard and this is what I bought it for.I would NOT recommend this keyboard as a daily, long term keyboard. 2A great keyboard from an unexpected company for an unexpected price! Verbatim makes high quality blank CDs and DVDs, and also great keyboards! Our Windows 10 computer's keyboard's buttons were too shallow for my mother's liking, and it was also getting very dirty. Luckily, Verbatim has keyboards with deep keys, but with no volume buttons to adjust the computer's volume. Good thing the volume problem's easily fixable and no new programs and extra money are required! Walmart had a lot of keyboards ranging from $20 to $110, if not more, and neither of us wanted to pay up to $110 or more for one, heck no to that price! Good thing this is a high-quality keyboard with an easy USB hookup, even for Windows 10 computers, and we paid less than $8 for it total! If you need a new keyboard at a good price, look no further than Verbatim, the same company who makes very popular blank discs, especially here on Amazon! 5Inexpensive Keyboard / Mouse with Some Quirks The price was very good for this combination of keyboard and mouse. The mouse and keyboard both work, but there are some disappointing features. Some keys on the keyboard are located in a strange place. There are "extra" keys (Power Sleep and Pause Break) located above the home, end, keys so the Home, End, Page, etc keys are pushed down a row. At first I found myself hitting the Scroll Lock key instead of the Home key, but now I am paying more attention. The added keys were not necessary and caused a functional issue. Another reviewer mentioned the backspace key--I should have paid more attention to their gripe. The key is located on the top row and is small like the other keys--I am not used to its location or size and these issues make it difficult to use. One final item is that the NumLock, and Caps have features that light up, but they are difficult to see. It maybe due to the angle I am seeing them, and this would have been a plus except that it doesn't function very well. Other than these issues the keys have a great feel to them, are responsive and provide good feedback. The mouse is rather small and better suited for a laptop due to its compact size. The slick finish also makes it more difficult to hold. The rubber-coated scroll button feels firm and responds easily. 3Marginal keyboard I should have done a better job checking this keyboard/mouse combo out. The good - keyboard has a good feel to me. It has a power, sleep and wake-up buttons that are very convenient and actually work, even with a Chromebit computer. I checked the control-C/X and control-V. They worked in both Microsoft Office and Google's Docs. The bad - The small backspace key is a pain and seems to be further from the default hand position. I always press the :\ key. I have speakers that are software-only controlled so it was a surprise that the keyboard has no sound control keys. And the NumLock key doesn't work. Not a big deal since I always use the numbers on the keypad. The mouse is nice, fits the hand well and very responsive and has precise positioning. Overall, usable, but moving on to another keyboard. Very low cost so it's not worth the trouble of returning. Will pass the keyboard on to Goodwill. 2As basic as you can get The keyboard is pretty full featured, but the huge huuuuuuge gripe is the small backspace key. This is incredibly stupid, and had to have been done for cost reasons. There's no other reason to do it. The backspace key is just single size, like any letter key. This makes it extremely hard to delete things as you type, and often I'm putting in 0 or / or whatever keys are nearby instead of deleting them. Plus, they made the enter key the huge size from like old 90s IBM keyboards which further leads me to think this was done to save money. There's literally no other logical reason.The mouse is about 3/4 the size of a regular mouse, but it works just fine. Only 2 (maybe 3 with scroll wheel click? I never use it so forgot to test) buttons though, so if you're like me and are used to a thumb button for navigating back on your web browser, it sucks pretty hard. It's size is actually ok if you're planning on using this with a laptop or needing a mouse you can take with you, but honestly if you're doing that you'd be better off getting a wireless mini mouse like the m185, b175, or if you want to spend a little more, the Anywhere Mouse MX. Hell, if you just need the cheapest wired mouse, get one of those micro mice with the retractable cable for like 2 or 3 dollars.If I were to do this again, I might go for the Logitech mk120 set, but it's twice the price at around $14. It is however from a company that I know very well, and has made quality mice and keyboards for 20 or 30 years. If you want the absolute cheapest set you can find and only plan on using them for initial setup of semi-legacy builds or ONLY as an emergency backup, they're annoying, but fine. Don't get it to type on all day or game on. 4Control key doesn't work The Control key doesn't work in most situations I need it for (from the day I got it.) This is a very important key and it's driving me insane that it doesn't work. When I want to print something, I usually click Control-P. Can't do it. Have to mouse up to the toolbar and find Print in the drop-down menu. When I want to select a few items from a list, I usually hold Control and then click the items. Doesn't work. Have to select individually. To copy and paste, I usually click Control-C then Control-V. Can't do it. Have to go to the menu bar and find Copy and then Paste. Slowing me down a lot. Oddly the Control key does work for some limited functions. Not sure why, but it doesn't work for MOST things I need it for. I guess this explains why it cost just 5 bucks. You get what you pay for. 1Of Poor Quality Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black The keys are constantly getting stuck. At times the mouse simply doesn't work. If I unplug the jacks and then put them back in again they'll work. This has been going on and off for the past two months. I would've returned these items. However, too much has passed. Today I will be buying a new keyboard and mouse. This one was nothing but a waste of my money. I wouldn't recommend this item to anyone. 1An aggressively standard keyboard. Got this for my computer at work. I haven't touched the mouse because I had an existing one, so this blurb won't cover it.I actually like this keyboard over the one that came included with a cheapo prebuilt HP. It has adequate spacing between the numpad, arrow keys/page/home/pause keys, and alphabet keys. Dead silent to type on. Has a little bit more key travel compared to generic chiclet keyboards. The keys are a little stiff upon arrival, so you may have to use extra force to register a key press during the first few months of ownership.Quality is what you'd expect from a $9 keyboard and mouse combo. There's a frighteningly high amount of flex, though it doesn't creak like some much more expensive keyboards. Nice, no frills design which is inoffensive as it is slim. The 3 lights which designate caps lock, scroll lock, and numpad toggle are recessed behind a thin slit. While I appreciate being spared from yet another device shining light directly into my eyes, the lights are hard to spot unless your head is positioned almost over the keyboard. I squirm a lot at my desk at work, so I hardly see the light on unless I hover myself over to the right hand side of the keyboard. This is my biggest gripe with the nine dollar keyboard.When you inevitably spill your drink on the keyboard, or snap it in half while trying to see which coworker can break it over their knees, you'll take comfort in knowing another aggressively standard keyboard can be had for $9. 5Inexpensive USB Keyboard Used to connect to a Raspberry Pi. Works fine. 4Good I needed an external keyboard because about half the buttons on my laptop stopped working. After buying THREE different flexible silicone keyboards and having them torn apart by my toddler twins, I knew I needed something more rigid. This keyboard is perfect. It's sturdy, cannot be chewed on or ripped up easily like the thin silicone can, and it's got that old familiar clicky sound and feel. 5
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Keyboard reviews are subjective - I didn't like this keyboard - Occasional user I didn't like the keyboard because of how compact the buttons are. As many mentione,d the backspace is tiny, I prefer the normal double size of it rather than the large enter button.This is all visible from the picture provided. I also iddn't like how the Insert,home,pg up keys are stacked with the lock keys. And they put those other keyboard buttons right above it, didn't think it would bother me but it does. I also don't like the response of they keys, very soft... not responsive. Sometimes i have to push the keys harder to register, can't tell if keys have been pressed at times.I bought this to be used occasionally when first configuring my miners, i wanted a cheap keyboard and this is what I bought it for.I would NOT recommend this keyboard as a daily, long term keyboard. 2A great keyboard from an unexpected company for an unexpected price! Verbatim makes high quality blank CDs and DVDs, and also great keyboards! Our Windows 10 computer's keyboard's buttons were too shallow for my mother's liking, and it was also getting very dirty. Luckily, Verbatim has keyboards with deep keys, but with no volume buttons to adjust the computer's volume. Good thing the volume problem's easily fixable and no new programs and extra money are required! Walmart had a lot of keyboards ranging from $20 to $110, if not more, and neither of us wanted to pay up to $110 or more for one, heck no to that price! Good thing this is a high-quality keyboard with an easy USB hookup, even for Windows 10 computers, and we paid less than $8 for it total! If you need a new keyboard at a good price, look no further than Verbatim, the same company who makes very popular blank discs, especially here on Amazon! 5Inexpensive Keyboard / Mouse with Some Quirks The price was very good for this combination of keyboard and mouse. The mouse and keyboard both work, but there are some disappointing features. Some keys on the keyboard are located in a strange place. There are "extra" keys (Power Sleep and Pause Break) located above the home, end, keys so the Home, End, Page, etc keys are pushed down a row. At first I found myself hitting the Scroll Lock key instead of the Home key, but now I am paying more attention. The added keys were not necessary and caused a functional issue. Another reviewer mentioned the backspace key--I should have paid more attention to their gripe. The key is located on the top row and is small like the other keys--I am not used to its location or size and these issues make it difficult to use. One final item is that the NumLock, and Caps have features that light up, but they are difficult to see. It maybe due to the angle I am seeing them, and this would have been a plus except that it doesn't function very well. Other than these issues the keys have a great feel to them, are responsive and provide good feedback. The mouse is rather small and better suited for a laptop due to its compact size. The slick finish also makes it more difficult to hold. The rubber-coated scroll button feels firm and responds easily. 3Marginal keyboard I should have done a better job checking this keyboard/mouse combo out. The good - keyboard has a good feel to me. It has a power, sleep and wake-up buttons that are very convenient and actually work, even with a Chromebit computer. I checked the control-C/X and control-V. They worked in both Microsoft Office and Google's Docs. The bad - The small backspace key is a pain and seems to be further from the default hand position. I always press the :\ key. I have speakers that are software-only controlled so it was a surprise that the keyboard has no sound control keys. And the NumLock key doesn't work. Not a big deal since I always use the numbers on the keypad. The mouse is nice, fits the hand well and very responsive and has precise positioning. Overall, usable, but moving on to another keyboard. Very low cost so it's not worth the trouble of returning. Will pass the keyboard on to Goodwill. 2As basic as you can get The keyboard is pretty full featured, but the huge huuuuuuge gripe is the small backspace key. This is incredibly stupid, and had to have been done for cost reasons. There's no other reason to do it. The backspace key is just single size, like any letter key. This makes it extremely hard to delete things as you type, and often I'm putting in 0 or / or whatever keys are nearby instead of deleting them. Plus, they made the enter key the huge size from like old 90s IBM keyboards which further leads me to think this was done to save money. There's literally no other logical reason.The mouse is about 3/4 the size of a regular mouse, but it works just fine. Only 2 (maybe 3 with scroll wheel click? I never use it so forgot to test) buttons though, so if you're like me and are used to a thumb button for navigating back on your web browser, it sucks pretty hard. It's size is actually ok if you're planning on using this with a laptop or needing a mouse you can take with you, but honestly if you're doing that you'd be better off getting a wireless mini mouse like the m185, b175, or if you want to spend a little more, the Anywhere Mouse MX. Hell, if you just need the cheapest wired mouse, get one of those micro mice with the retractable cable for like 2 or 3 dollars.If I were to do this again, I might go for the Logitech mk120 set, but it's twice the price at around $14. It is however from a company that I know very well, and has made quality mice and keyboards for 20 or 30 years. If you want the absolute cheapest set you can find and only plan on using them for initial setup of semi-legacy builds or ONLY as an emergency backup, they're annoying, but fine. Don't get it to type on all day or game on. 4Control key doesn't work The Control key doesn't work in most situations I need it for (from the day I got it.) This is a very important key and it's driving me insane that it doesn't work. When I want to print something, I usually click Control-P. Can't do it. Have to mouse up to the toolbar and find Print in the drop-down menu. When I want to select a few items from a list, I usually hold Control and then click the items. Doesn't work. Have to select individually. To copy and paste, I usually click Control-C then Control-V. Can't do it. Have to go to the menu bar and find Copy and then Paste. Slowing me down a lot. Oddly the Control key does work for some limited functions. Not sure why, but it doesn't work for MOST things I need it for. I guess this explains why it cost just 5 bucks. You get what you pay for. 1Of Poor Quality Verbatim Slimline Keyboard and Mouse - Wired with USB Accessibility - Mac & PC Compatible - Black The keys are constantly getting stuck. At times the mouse simply doesn't work. If I unplug the jacks and then put them back in again they'll work. This has been going on and off for the past two months. I would've returned these items. However, too much has passed. Today I will be buying a new keyboard and mouse. This one was nothing but a waste of my money. I wouldn't recommend this item to anyone. 1An aggressively standard keyboard. Got this for my computer at work. I haven't touched the mouse because I had an existing one, so this blurb won't cover it.I actually like this keyboard over the one that came included with a cheapo prebuilt HP. It has adequate spacing between the numpad, arrow keys/page/home/pause keys, and alphabet keys. Dead silent to type on. Has a little bit more key travel compared to generic chiclet keyboards. The keys are a little stiff upon arrival, so you may have to use extra force to register a key press during the first few months of ownership.Quality is what you'd expect from a $9 keyboard and mouse combo. There's a frighteningly high amount of flex, though it doesn't creak like some much more expensive keyboards. Nice, no frills design which is inoffensive as it is slim. The 3 lights which designate caps lock, scroll lock, and numpad toggle are recessed behind a thin slit. While I appreciate being spared from yet another device shining light directly into my eyes, the lights are hard to spot unless your head is positioned almost over the keyboard. I squirm a lot at my desk at work, so I hardly see the light on unless I hover myself over to the right hand side of the keyboard. This is my biggest gripe with the nine dollar keyboard.When you inevitably spill your drink on the keyboard, or snap it in half while trying to see which coworker can break it over their knees, you'll take comfort in knowing another aggressively standard keyboard can be had for $9. 5Inexpensive USB Keyboard Used to connect to a Raspberry Pi. Works fine. 4Good I needed an external keyboard because about half the buttons on my laptop stopped working. After buying THREE different flexible silicone keyboards and having them torn apart by my toddler twins, I knew I needed something more rigid. This keyboard is perfect. It's sturdy, cannot be chewed on or ripped up easily like the thin silicone can, and it's got that old familiar clicky sound and feel. 5
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