Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Lessens the strain on your wrists and elbows. Fits comfortably on your lap, keeps everything at a good angle. Works well with all versions of Windows from XP to 7.
The Cons:Bluetooth connectivity is a little tricky to set up, needs to be done manually sometimes. Mouse feels cheap, buttons seem flimsy.
The Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000 is a wireless keyboard/mouse set featuring a battery-operated ergonomic wireless keyboard and rechargeable wireless laser mouse. Both devices utilize a single 2.4GHz Bluetooth transceiver that maintains a stable connection from a distance of up to 30’.
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Included is a recharging station for the mouse, as well as a battery status indicator that lets a user know when the charge is running low. As for the keyboard, it utilizes an ergonomic comfort curve design that is much more friendly to users’ wrists and helps prevent unwanted injuries. Signature to the system is that the keyboard includes a navigation pad; this means users can command their PC from the comfort of a sofa seat without having to worry about bringing along the mouse.
- Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard
- Wireless Laser Mouse
- 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
- Comfort Curve Ergonomic Design
- Recharging Base Station (Mouse)
- Navigation Pad (Keyboard)
- 3 Year Warranty
- Compatibility (Win): Windows 7/Vista/XP with SP2
- Batteries (Mouse): 1 AA NiMH (Included)
- Batteries (Keyboard): 4 AA (Included)
User Reviews (1)
lessens the strain on your wrists and elbows
fits comfortably on your lap, keeps everything at a good angle
works well with all versions of Windows from XP to 7
lots of media control keys for quick adjustments on the fly
accurate tracking on the track pad, easy to use with good click action
Bluetooth connectivity is a little tricky to set up, needs to be done manually sometimes
mouse feels cheap, buttons seem flimsy
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