For testing, we decided that there was no better way to test it than to install it and type this review with the keyboard/mouse combo. Since it is geared toward portability and ease of use, we did not do any serious gaming on it. We all know wireless is not always the best gaming solution. The keys were very responsive while typing this review and the mouse, while taking a little while to get used to, worked great as well. With the on-the-fly DPI changes, we were able to control the mouse speed and find the perfect movement speed that suited us. The mouse is very light and somewhat on the small side (or maybe we just have big hands), but it was comfortable despite being designed for use with either hand. We never lost the signal with either the mouse or keyboard while typing, which was good."
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