Anko Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo - Pink $12 + Delivery ($0 with OnePass/ C&C/ in-Store) @ Kmart

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Blue https://www.kmart.com.au/product/wireless-keyboard-and-mouse...
White https://www.kmart.com.au/product/wireless-keyboard-and-mouse... $17

Enjoy hassle-free connectivity with this wireless keyboard and mouse combo set that has a 10 metre working range with ultra thin, portable design.

Product Details
Includes wireless keyboard and wireless mouse
Dimensions/Size:
Keyboard: 28.5cm (L) x 2.2cm (H) x 12cm (W)
Mouse: 11.3cm (L) x 2.3cm (H) x 5.7cm (W)
Material: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Battery information: Requires 4 x 1.5V AAA batteries (not included)
Colour: Pink
Features
2.4GHz wireless connection with 10m range
Ultra thin and portable design with silent touch keys
Compatible with Windows operating system
Keyboard: Scissor keys, good feeling
1200 DPI mouse

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Comments

  • +10

    I have this from Kmart. It's junk. Better spend more and get Logitech when it's on sale. At least the Logitech is usable.

  • +2

    Care to explain what is wrong with it exactly please?

    • +7

      Keys are not responsive. Cheap feeling to the touch. I should say very cheap feeling actually.

      Keyboard randomly put itself to sleep after 1, 2 minutes idle or so. When it's in sleep, you have to hit a key to wake it. So if you're typing "Ozbargain", the O is missing because that is used to wake up the keyboard.

      That said, I got mine a while ago. So all above issues may have been fixed. But I definitely not come clear to these stuff again. Logitech creates their brand based on quality & reliability. Kmart, they just pick whatever come from some random factories in China. Doubt they even try using the things themselves.

      • +1

        thanks for the feedback. Might give it a miss.

      • Yeah ok, but this is Ozbargain, and our motto is Who Dares (to take a punt on cheap electronics, occasionally) Wins

      • So if you're typing "Ozbargain", the O is missing because that is used to wake up the keyboard.

        I had that problem with a Logitech keyboard. Spending more isn't always good! But somebody here told me it could be fixed with a firmware update.
        So sometimes it pays to whinge!

  • +1

    buy cheap buy twice, any headphones ive ever bought from kmart lasted about 2 months maxs and bought about 7

    • +2

      it doesnt take long from continuously buying cheap junk that you end up spending as much as just getting something decent

  • These are truly horrible. The mouse has a mind of its own, the keyboard responds to random keypresses.
    It's a shame because they're a nice looking and compact unit.

  • I think this is the same model I had briefly. And I do mean briefly because if you pressed keys too quickly it would fail to register some of them. Went in the bin right away

  • Purchased one a while ago for a similar price. Luckily got our money back a couple of weeks later… otherwise it would've ended up as a prop or play toy at kinder!

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