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Saturday, March 14, 2015

REVIEW -- Bluefinger Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

Bluefinger Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

Bluefinger Keyboard
Wireless Mouse color round button round keycap keyboard sets 2.4G wireless mouse wireless keyboard computer keyboard.
The mouse with DPI governor, 500/1000/1600DPI adjustable.
Keyboard size: Length Width 12CM * 45CM * 2.2CM high.
System requirements
Compatible with Windows Me/2000/XP/Vista
Mouse dimensions
length 10.5CM * width 6CM * 2CM High
Multi-media Keyboard controls
Unique Version Design
Decent and fashionable design. An ideal kit for students, travelers, office workers and those who desire to easy their computer use
Color classification
white + pink, white + black, white + green, white + blue.
I am totally unimpressed with this keyboard and mouse set. The keys do feel nice, the travel feels fine on the keyboard and it includes a pre-cut overlay/skin to protect the keys, but that's where the niceties end.

^^Outer Packaging^^


I'm not sure if it's because I'm using a Ubuntu OS or if it's just a bad one, but it's CONSTANTLY 'losing' the connection. There is ONE light on the keyboard, and I have no clue what it's for. There are no indicators on the keyboard, word or otherwise, to tell what the lights are for. The CAPS LOCK indicator is VERY faint, and it doesn't shut off if you hit the key. You actually have to shut the CAPS LOCK off and then start typing to see if the CAPS LOCK is actually off. There is no NUM LOCK light even, so you're constantly playing a guessing game of 'Is NUM LOCK even on?'

If you don't use it for over 5 seconds, what light it does have goes out. Very annoying to constantly have a light flickering on and off while using the keyboard.

^^Outer Packaging^^

As for the mouse, it does NOT have a good feel to it at all. It feels very flat in the hand. I'd compare the size to an Apple Magic Mouse. It does not scroll smoothly and it vibrates quite a bit when scrolling. It lags and did not respond well at all.

I didn't like the fact that there is only ONE nano-receiver for both peripherals. Yes, it saves USB ports from being used, but it's not a good idea, as if the nano-receiver loses the connection, both peripherals won't respond.

The BIGGEST problem I foresee for disabled people is opening the mouse door, where the nano-receiver is stored. It does not open well with just fingers alone, and it took a pair of tweezers to open it. Even my able-bodied roommate had to use something sharp to open the door. The battery door on the keyboard opens easily.

^^Mouse battery door – Nano-receiver is stored inside^^

^^Keyboard battery door^^

I'm not impressed with this wireless keyboard/mouse set. I think I'd rather pay less for a lower-end Logitech set and have better quality than this set.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**


  1. I do love the colors of it thought, thanks for your honest review.

    1. Oh, the colors seem fabulous... bright and vibrant. I think if they had included some instructions, I would have liked it more!!

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