Let's do a little mini-review here for Gigabyte. Recently they released a new Keyboard / mouse combo and they shipped one unit out, just for fun. Admittedly we really wanted to post a little something on this product as it is quite good, and selling under 40 USD.
Meet the KM7600, 2.4GHz Wireless Deluxe Combo with Keyboard and mouse. A combo that Logitech can learn a thing or two about especially when it comes to pricing.
The keyboard has many hot keys for access to multimedia and Internet browsing controls, comes in an ergonomic industrial design. Users can control individual working station easier and faster with powerful multimedia designed keyboard and DPI adjustable mouse.
Keeping it all connected is a 2.4GHz Wireless Nano Receiver, with Nano referring to small we assume. The KM7600 supports 10-meter transmission with using life time up to four months.
Having tried the combo for a while now, admittedly .. it's replacing my trusty old Creative Labs keyboard combo. Gigabyte managed to put a good keyboard on the market with all needed functionality. Next to that, it just types nicely and relax and comes with that handy Volume wheel.
Sp the review you are reading, is actually typed on the keyboard. Let's go check her out ! Oh yeah .. it looks quite good too.
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