So I had written a lengthy unbiased review, prior to accidentally hitting the "new to me" back button on the left side of the mouse and unfortunately the entire review is gone.
Here is the short version. The keys are weak, lazy feeling. They do not move smoothly and make the keyboard feel very cheap. The keystroke seems long like a 1980's computer and a step back in time honestly. The keyboard layout gets a failure stamp in my opinion. Why any manufacturer would move the "Home / End / Delete / Page UP and Down" buttons is beyond me. Any professional who uses any of these keys will hate it immediately. Unless you like to hunt and peck with keys, you'll likely agree with me.
The keyboard is wavy from left to right. This makes it nothing but awkward. Further, the W shape must be intended for folks with small hands as my lengthy fingers feel crowded more than ever on this large footprint keyboard so it makes me wonder if the arrangement wasn't shrunk down to fit all the bells and whistle buttons (do we really need a 1.5" square music or camera button folks? The top two inches of the keyboard are wasted space and the similarly sized space bar makes me wonder if anyone has EVER struggled to find the largest button on a keyboard since the start of time necessitating this one to be twice as tall.) In short, I hate this keyboard, and it's going back in the box to return as soon as this review is done.
Onto the mouse. It's large size is what sucked me into this purchase. Spending $100 for the only other large mouse on display that fit my perhaps above average hand size was out of the question, why every mouse has to be designed to fit in the change pocket of your jeans is beyond me. Sure, a mouse for on the go should be compact but does everyone really operate on a desk the size of a notebook at home or are they small so keyboards can become larger to support surfboard sized space bars? The mouse wheel / center button lacks definition and accuracy. Not enough of a positive feel for my taste. Further, I can move the button a click at a time and see no change on the display regardless of the setting in the included Set point software. Speaking of which, it hung during it's initial "3 required updates" which is another bad sign that this thing was shoved out the door full of bad design. The buttons feel nice otherwise, granted make sure you want the back / forward buttons before they ruin your day too. However, big complaint #2 is the laser for this mouse tracks very poorly. I've tested it on a wooden desktop, used a mouse pad, tried it on a sheet of paper, etc. Spotty at best even after properly configured. Reminds me of an old roller ball mouse with lint stuck in it. Speaking of lint, the underside where the laser is recessed is a terrible design. It has a cylindrical hole smaller than a pencil eraser on the underside about 1/3-1/2" deep just begging to be clogged with lint or dirt and requires you to hunt down tweezers and a q-tip to fish out. Another Logitech mouse I purchased over a year ago has a angled opening making it possible to fish anything out of / clean with a simple tissue so this is a step backwards in design in my opinion.
So, I would pass on this model despite it's attractive price tag. The fast buttons are a nice feature, but I'd prefer they be programmable. Perhaps this keyboard has a niche though, older folks with arthritis may find it comfortable and enjoy the large "simple" buttons for one touch access, but if you're a professional like myself who was looking for a keyboard to spend 40 hours a week behind keep searching and do what I plan to do, spend a little more and remember you get what you pay for!