Reviewing a keyboard, that is just a plain old keyboard, is kind of boring. If it attaches to a tablet, that’s one thing—there’s at least something to talk about there. Or, if it’s a mechanical keyboard with really awesome, customizable RGB backlighting—that could be interesting too. But wireless keyboards for your desktop setup…they have to have something special to make them stand out, otherwise they’re, well, just another keyboard.
As far as I can tell, there are 3 types of mouse buyers out there. The first, which represents the majority of users, can mouse with just about any piece of crappy plastic that is put in front of them. They are frugal, they are not picky, and they tend to not see value in paying more for something that has marginally more features than the bargain-basement devices. They are categorized in this sense as not requiring a ton of precision nor low response times when using input devices, specifically keyboards and mice.