Lenovo Ultraslim Wireless Keyboard and Mouse (0A34032)
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Lenovo Ultraslim Wireless Keyboard and Mouse (0A34032) is rated out of 5 by 25.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from Mouse good, keyboard no so good Would not recommend: the Function keys are secondary to Multimedia Keys. The multimedia keys are small and the Function (F#) Label is small and is hard to read because it is printed on the keys in dark red against a black background. Function Keys (F#) should have been the primary use of the keys and multimedia functions secondary in application and accessed by using the Fn Key. The Multimedia graphics should be in yellow along with the (Fn) key. Keyboard is small and I personally do not like the new keys design. Too easy to hit wrong key. please return to older design. Also moved the insert button out of normal place. No lights on keyboard to indicate when num lock is on or off....must rehit key to see on screen indicator. Not good design. Mouse is solid, compact and works great!
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from Poor Layout of Function Keys Would not recommend for the fact that the Function keys are secondary to Multimedia Keys. The multimedia keys are small and the Function (F#) Label is small and is hard to read because it is printed on the keys in dark red against a black background. Function Keys (F#) should have been the primary use of the keys and multimedia functions secondary in application and accessed by using the Fn Key. Multi media Key graphic symbols should have been printed above the keys. The Multimedia graphics should be in a light orange or yellow along with the (Fn) key. Package came with no instructions for installation and had to call for tech support to find our the wireless dongle was located inside the mouse battery compartment. Duh! I guess they are lonely in tech support!
Date published: 2013-04-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Two Glaring Ultraslim Keyboard Shortcomings Two glaring defincies in the design of this keyboard: 1. The Function Key references (e.g., F5) on the face of the keys is in red text on a black background and all but impossible to see (no, I am not color-blind), except in the best of lighted conditions. I had to print labels on my Labelwriter (black on white labels) in order to make this keyboard usable. 2. The Function Keys do not work when you use Terminal Services (e.g., Microsoft Remote Resktop, a.k.a., RDP). I plugged in other keyboards (e.g., Logitech), and had no issues. Lenovo / IBM Tech support were totally baffled by this. I had to abandon my investment in two Ultraslim Keyboards (one at the office and one at home), in favor of Logitech replacements. Needless to say, I am unable to recommend this keyboard / mouse combo.
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Good in Theory, But . . . I love the slim design of this keyboard and mouse because the keyboard takes very little desk space and I do not need a lot of extra functions. Regular mice are too large for my small hands and cause pain. However, the performance of this set is horrible. The mouse works about 25% of the time, and I have the dongle only 3 feet away. The keyboard performance is better but spotty -- sometimes great, sometimes not working at all. Love the Lenovo laptop I bought these with but wasted my money on and will be buying other accessories to replace them.
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by Francesc from IBM SK-8835 type vs. Lenovo ultraslim... The Lenovo ultraslim is a good attempt (better than thinkpad compact Bluetooth keyboard), but not good enough for users changing from laptop to office dockstation. The problem is that the layout (position and size of the keys) and ergonomics are not the same. I tried the Lenovo ultraslim, but I went back to my old IBM SK-8835 with more than 10 years. The ergonomics with the old IBM solution is 99% the same to my new T450. The trackpad and space around is a must extended... the numeric keypad is also needed. MY RECOMMENDATION: You just have to copy the old IBM concept and I will buy and promote all around my organization!!!
Date published: 2015-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Repeated Issues, Now Dead Part of US$5000+ purchase, 1 year ago. From outset, seems both keyboard and mouse have connectivity issues - mouse clicks/actions, keystrokes are dropped, or queue up and suddenly come in a torrent. Hangs entire system on ocassion. Burns thru batts at astonishing rate. And, now, keyboard simply stopped dead. Spent last hour digging out ancient Logi wireless kb & mouse, which worked instantly with none of these issues. Too bad, as feel and response of keyboard (as on our Lenovo Ultra) is great - it is simply "gakky".
Date published: 2013-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Wireless mouse/keyboard - poor quality The wireless mouse/keyboard (p/n 0A34032) were part of a new W530 Thinkpad purchase. The mouse appeared to be the standard 2-button w/ roller - but the roller wouldn't work right in AutoCAD! That was the end of the mouse (two weeks old). I grabbed the wireless Logitech mouse recently purchased, and it has worked great ever since. The keyboard is another story. As mentioned by others, it hangs up - drops/fails to register keystrokes (even when hit repeatedly and firmly) or "buffers up" and then spits out three or four. What a disaster this keyboard is. I also hate the "chiclets" keys - that's fine on a laptop, but on a desk? NO. I'm looking for an old-style regular keyboard that has enough rise on the keys to help prevent mis-strokes. The minute I find one, this thing is in the garbage!
Date published: 2014-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Poor design for office There is no key light on the Num Lock key which makes it almost useless for an office environment. Out of the box, the mouse did not work. Exchanged it for a regular usb keyboard and will purchase my own wireless mouse. Purchased keyboard with a M73-tiny which is a great little machine, replaced a M58p USFF which they are not producing at this time. Thought it would be a great combination... big mistake.
Date published: 2014-02-27
- 2.4 GHz Wireless Technology
- Easy to Set up and Use
- Battery Status Indicators
- Windows Compatible
- Plug and Play
- It has soft touch finish for all day comfort
- The black Ultraslim Wireless Keyboard and Mouse from Lenovo is a Windows-compatible, 2.4 GHz wireless keyboard and mouse combination with a contemporary, low-profile design. It features a compact footprint and offers the convenience of cordless freedom, comfort, and control. The black finish and subtle silver accents can complement your office or home setup, while the compact design helps save valuable desk space.the Lenovo Ultraslim Plus Wireless Keyboard & Mouse offers easy-access controls and high-performance laser precision to help you get more done, comfortably.
- Keyboard/Keypad Connectivity Technology: Wireless
- Number of keys: 103
- Product Line: UltraSlim
- Pointing Device Type: Mouse
- Pointing Device Wireless Operating Frequency: 2.40 GHz
- Receiver connector type: USB
- Ergonomic Fit: Symmetrical
- Scroller Type: Scroll Wheel
- Keyboard and Mouse
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