Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 3000
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Straight-forward setup - plug and play. Keys have a solid feel making for a comfortable typing experience. Internet, media and function keys allow for user customization.
The Cons:Wireless connectivity issues can sometimes result in a typing delay. No indicator lights for wireless connection status. Mouse wheel is relatively stiff compared to others.
The Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 3000 is a peripheral combo set featuring a cordless mouse and cordless keyboard. Both devices rely on a single 2.4GHz wireless USB transceiver to transmit data to/from either a Windows or Macintosh PC.
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More importantly, both the mouse and keyboard have been ergonomically designed, allowing users more natural wrist and arm alignment. Included on the keyboard are media keys (play/pause/etc); Internet hot keys for quick access to the Interet; and F-Key functionality for toggling between standard and enhanced F-key commands. The mouse, on the other hand, is based off high-definition laser technology and includes 4-way scrolling, and a 6-month battery lifespan.
- Peripheral Combo Set
- Cordless Ergonomic Keyboard
- Cordless Ergonomic Mouse
- Media Keys
- Internet Hot Keys
- F-Key Functionality
- HD Laser Technology
- 4-Way Scrolling
- 6-Month Battery Lifespan
User Reviews (3)
straight-forward setup - plug and play
keys have a solid feel making for a comfortable typing experience
internet, media and function keys allow for user customization
battery life of about 6 months
wireless connectivity issues can sometimes result in a typing delay
no indicator lights for wireless connection status
mouse wheel is relatively stiff compared to others
Intellipoint software prior to 6.3 can result in a buggy experience
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