Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Completely plug-and-play, no driver or software setup needed. Short cut keys are easy to work with and useful. Very quiet keyboard, won't disturb anyone while you use it.
The Cons:No LEDs for Caps Lock or Num Lock. Function keys are undersized, makes them harder to hit when gaming. Can't handle too many keys held down at once.
The Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000 is a battery-operated, ergonomic wireless keyboard that relies on 2.4Ghz technology and a USB transceiver to stay connected to a PC from a range of up to 45’.
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The keyboard utilizes a comfort curve design that helps prevent unwanted wrist injuries from long-term typing. Included also is a translucent border designed to deliver a feel of sophistication, making it useful for professional office environments. Additional features include a battery status indicator, Hot Keys for accessing taskbar favorites and open applications, and media playback controls (play, pause, stop).
- Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard
- 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
- Comfort Curve Ergonomic Design
- Translucent Border Design
- Mini USB Transceiver (Plug-n-Play)
- Hot Keys
- Media Playback
- 3 Year Warranty
- Compatibility (Win): Windows 7/Vista/XP with SP2
- Batteries: 2 AA (Included)
User Reviews (1)
completely plug-and-play, no driver or software setup needed
short cut keys are easy to work with and useful
very quiet keyboard, won't disturb anyone while you use it
comfortable design, lets your hands rest naturally
easy to clean if you spill something on it
no LEDs for Caps Lock or Num Lock
function keys are undersized, makes them harder to hit when gaming
can't handle too many keys held down at once
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