Kensington Pro Fit Wireless Desktop Set review
With a curved design, the Kensington Pro Fit keyboard looks impressive. A selection of shortcut keys is located along the top, while large volume control buttons are on the left edge.
The keys have a slightly smaller-than-average surface area, which does make it a little tricky to use. After a couple of hours use we eventually managed to type at speed, but we’d prefer slightly larger keys.
While the keys are on the small side, the mouse certainly isn’t. Its oversized design might not suit children and those with small hands, but it sits snugly in the palm and we found it incredibly comfortable. The buttons have a good action and just the right amount of resistance.
Two thumb-activated buttons sit on the left of the mouse and can be used for tasks such as Back and Forward commands within a web browser. The mouse also has a smooth action, gliding effortlessly over the desktop.
It's a great set, but the slightly-too-small keys just keep it from getting top marks.