Wireless Keyboards Evolve
A keyboard and mouse may not have the sex appeal of a new LCD, but everybody has to have them--and two wireless bundles are proof that you can improve upon the basics without spending a fortune.
The bundle also has a basic scroll mouse; both devices use standard RF technology. The wireless PS/2 receiver ingeniously doubles as a recharger for the included batteries, which makes this distinctive and comfortable set even more of a bargain.
Interlink Electronics' $99
Interlink's small scroll-wheel mouse is more suited for travel than for continuous desktop work. The highly responsive remote has preset buttons that are ready to use for Microsoft PowerPoint slide shows. The keyboard takes two AA batteries; the mouse, two AAA batteries; and the remote, a single flat camera battery. All batteries are included.
Both of these keyboards are well made: Lefties will embrace the Full Comfort keyboard; frequent travelers will appreciate the VersaPoint bundle.