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Work, chat and play: the PC is versatile and the NIALA keyboard is designed to meet everyday computing needs. Its clear full-size keyboard layout and flat keys with their great keystroke feel make typing a joy – and they’ll keep on delivering thanks to their robust technology. The deskset is rounded off by the ergonomically optimized 3-button mouse with optical 1,600 dpi sensor and DPI switch.
Wireless mouse and keyboard set
Robust 2.4GHz wireless technology for up to 8m range
Ergonomically enhanced 3-button mouse featuring a 1,600dpi optical sensor and dpi switch
Automatic stand-by mode for maximum battery life
Single nano USB wireless receiver for mouse and keyboard
Quick and easy installation – no additional drivers needed
Full-size keyboard including arrow keys and numpad
This product uses the operating system’s native driver. Simply connect the product while the PC is running, and the hardware should be installed automatically.
How do I connect the mouse and keyboard?
Simply plug the nano receiver into any free USB port on your PC/laptop, and both devices should connect automatically.
How do I configure the mouse’s sensor resolution (dpi)?
Press the left mouse button and scroll wheel simultaneously to select the sensor sensitivity level. You can choose between 3 sensitivity levels, which are toggled through consecutively: 800, 1,200 and 1,600dpi.
Which batteries do I need?
One AAA battery is required for each device.
Is there a power-saving mode?
Yes, after a few minutes of inactivity, power-saving mode will be enabled automatically on both devices. When used again, both devices will be awoken.
How do I change the mouse sensor resolution (DPI)?
Press the left mouse button and the middle mouse button simultaneously to set the sensitivity of the mouse sensor. Three sensitivity levels are available which can be toggled through: 800, 1.200 and 1.600dpi.