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8.6 out of 10

Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000

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Overall 6

Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

5 September 2014
  • Summary: For mobile mousing without the hassle of a receiver, Microsoft's Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 fits the bill as long as you don't mind its somewhat lumpy design.
  • Pros: No USB receiver required, ambidextrous design, thumb button included.
  • Cons: Squat shape not comfortable for long-term use; not as thin as other laptop mice.
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Overall 6

Expert Review

1 May 2013
  • Conclusion: Still, if your fingers crave the extra breathing room, the Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard might do the trick. Plus, at $49.99 list (and discounted from that at quite a few online sellers when we wrote this), it’s a reasonable value, too.
  • Pros: Reasonably thin and light Bluetooth keyboard, Roomier than typical portable Bluetooth keyboards, Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts for touch actions
  • Cons: Flat, tightly packed keys require accurate keystrokes, Chassis attracts fingerprints, dust, Function and arrow keys are too small
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Overall 6

Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard

PC Magazine
18 August 2012
  • Conclusion: While the Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard is preferable to an onscreen keyboard, its portable design and Windows 8 hotkeys don't make up for the fact that its shallow profile makes for a somewhat uncomfortable typing experience.
  • Pros: Portable thin and light design. Dongle-free Bluetooth connectivity. Great battery life.
  • Cons: Low profile isn't ergonomically sound. Glossy face prone to smudging. Non-rechargeable batteries. Keys aren't backlit.
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