Iogear's wireless keyboard and mouse caused us numerous headaches, relegating it to chintzy Logitech DiNovo-wannabe status.
BenQ's X730 Wireless Desktop Companion Pro mostly hits all of the right notes in its quest to infiltrate the high-end input market. Serious typists, however, should beware.
This high-end desktop/portable mouse-and-wireless-keyboard set looks nice but won't work as your permanent gear.
With Microsoft's Optical Desktop with Fingerprint Reader, you have a simple and safe way to access password-protected Web sites through Internet Explorer.
The keyboard requires a good portion of your desk, but with its size comes an army of useful shortcut keys, a responsive mouse, and the ease and range of wireless Bluetooth technology.
Travel-friendly and easy to use, the PalmOne Universal keyboard gets you tapping, whether you dance to Palm or Pocket PC.
While the full-size keys are nice, the Targus's dimensions and cumbersome installation trip up an otherwise good keyboard.
While it's well priced and easy to use, small keys and a flimsy design keep this PDA keyboard from earning top marks.
Fashionable and functional, the Stowaway keyboard is the perfect accessory for those who want to do more with their PDA.
Logitech Cordless MX Duo Keyboard and Mouse
Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Optical Mouse
Apple's Wireless Keyboard is the perfect choice for anyone with a Bluetooth-enabled Mac. Just make sure you have the right OS first.
Microsoft’s Wireless Optical Desktop Elite is a solid and affordable choice for the home or the office.
The DiNovo Media Desktop is the ultimate desktop set for media fanatics, but its sky-high price tag is hard to swallow.