User Experience and Conclusion
The Briskie devices connect to our PC via a 2.4GHz nano adapter (USB) and they are paired at the factory which makes setup very easy. Just install the batteries, plug in the USB and start up the PC to begin using the peripherals.
In terms of build quality we don’t expect much for £20/€20 but the Briskie is more than adequate for the price. It offers a decent typing experience and some features which don’t often make it into budget items such as the DPI switch on the mouse or the spill resistant design on the keyboard.
The devices also go into a low power state when not in use which conserves battery and we were more than happy with the range each offered, though on desktop systems placement of the receiver is important so as to get the best signal.
We also liked the fact that Enermax bundle a mouse pad, a nice touch on such a low cost bundle.